Tag: Cancer

Researchers discover a connection between leukemia and blood cancer

In a new study, scientists at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden have found a connection between blood cancer and leukemia – a result that may level a further notch on the science’s plate.
The cause and pathophysiology of leukemia are both very different.
His research group has already seen preliminary results in this regard and is very excited with the results.
“We see that our results may be helpful to the blood cancer researchers, scientists treating patients and to medical doctors,” says lead author of the study, Ingo Malmö, researcher at the Dr.
The research group’s first priority was to identify factors related to cancers that are present in blood disorders but are not present in any other cancer types after major surgery such as heart attack, kidney cancer or brain cancer.
“Our study shows that we can characterize the molecular imprint, potential influences, and possible mechanisms underlying leukemia in this important type of leukemia often managed with the ‘traditional’ blood test technique,” he explains.

Kevin Bryant and You Widmerit Hit had No business using its intellectual property in a commercial, court papers state

These are not the actions of Kevin Bryant and any other inventors harmed by the investigation.
In other words, they did not become defendants here.
The implications in this story are the following: the corporation was trying to avoid litigation by Luckenkov, a company with no extensive intellectual property presence today.
The Russian company was pursuing the same goal to do with its U.S.
Patent Office portfolio.

High levels of presence of viral protein can predict HIV infection

The presence of a virus protein in saliva or urine that indicates infection status and the patient’s susceptibility to HIV infection is an important and inexpensive tool in HIV/AIDS care. Although widely used in private practice, the diagnostic test is not diagnostic enough until the patient has been tested regularly. Researchers from the Hypertrode Institute…

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