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Scientist Discovers Plant Extracts Which May Slow Aging - Longevity LIVE


2019-03-05
Scientist Discovers Plant Extracts Which May Slow Aging Editor LL 2019-03-05 4 Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we all lived to a ripe old age without common maladies like arthritis, diabetes, heart disease, Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s? Now a Concordia researcher has discovered 6 plant extracts, when paired up, slow down aging in yeast — and may well do the same in humans. Which means in simply put that longevity could be promoted with certain combinations of natural chemicals. The Power of... continue reading >>


Targeting Blood-Clotting Pathway Improves Mesothelioma Treatment


2019-03-05
clinical trials Targeting Blood-Clotting Pathway Improves Mesothelioma Treatment A team of researchers at the Cancer and Vascular Biology Research Center in Haifa, Israel, and the Langone Medical Center in New York collaborated on research of a common blood-clotting pathway. Targeting this pathway may offer a unique avenue for improving existing mesothelioma treatments. Researchers said the standard first-line chemotherapy for malignant pleural mesothelioma — a combination of Alimta... continue reading >>


Low-dose Radiotherapy Could Treat Cancer Caused by GPA Lesions, Case Report Suggests


2019-03-05
In News . Tumors caused by granulomatosis with polyangiitis (GPA) -related lesions appear to be especially sensitive to radiation and can be treated effectively with low-dose radiotherapy, a case report suggests. The study, “ Radiotherapy in advanced glottic laryngeal carcinoma in a patient with Wegener’s granulomatosis: how much radiation dose is needed? ,” was published in OncoTargets and Therapy . GPA (previously known as Wegener’ s granulomatosis) is a type of ANCA-associated... continue reading >>



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