The story is being picked up by a lot of local news: a popular antibiotic has been shown to increase the risk of cancer in those who take it. Whoa. That’s scary.
But while they’re all saying that the risk … Continue reading
The extraordinary lengths to which the Chinese government went to avoid the embarrassment of hosting the Olympic Games in a smog-choked city offered researchers at the @UofR a rare opportunity to study the effects of air pollution on the … Continue reading
News just this past week out of South Korea was that they need to start cracking down on pills made of dried infant flesh, said to cure diseases and boost male sexual performance. Who knew this was a thing?
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Here’s something you might not have known: people with severe nerve damage can have their nerves replaced with donor cells, but to do so requires that patients spend a lifetime on harsh drugs to suppress the immune system that will … Continue reading
The recently-announced partnership between the @UofR and IBM is starting to bear fruit already. The National Institute of Allergy and Infections Diseases (NIAID), which is part of the National Institutes of Health have awarded the school $4.7 million in … Continue reading