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Magazine articles on illnesses, injuries, currently available treatments, drugs, and homeopathy.
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Chemistry World
August 27, 2013
Polly Wilson
Hydrogel treatment targets tumors Hydrogels of cancer drug taxol injected directly into tumors have been shown to be more effective at inhibiting tumor growth than intravenous taxol injections of four times the dosage. mark for My Articles 55 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 23, 2013
Jessica Cocker
Plant protein regulates diabetes treatment A plant protein has been used to make a new class of glucose-responsive polymer nanogels that could one day negate the need for diabetes patients to constantly monitor their blood glucose levels and inject themselves with insulin. mark for My Articles 179 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 22, 2013
Emma Eley
Next-generation vascular stents Scientists in the US and China have developed a biodegradable alloy for use in medical implants. The new alloy, called JDBM, mixes magnesium, neodymium, zinc and zirconium. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 19, 2013
Megan Tyler
Nowhere for hydrazine to hide Scientists from the US and South Korea have developed a probe that can detect the highly toxic chemical hydrazine in a variety of different environments, including living cells. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
Food Processing
August 2013
Mark Anthony
The Condemnation of Carbohydrates: A Food Manufacturers Guide to Understanding Diabetes The commonly held notion that sugar intake equals diabetes is a kind of unofficial dogma. But like many dogmas, this one falls apart upon closer examination. mark for My Articles 343 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 16, 2013
Paola Quattroni
Single molecule fights heart disease on two fronts Researchers in Israel have identified an antioxidant that can lower cholesterol levels as well as eliminating free radicals. This compound could be a promising alternative to statins, the most prescribed cholesterol-lowering drugs in the world. mark for My Articles 81 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 14, 2013
Jessica Cocker
Could wasp venom peptide keep catheters sterile? Researchers in Singapore have shown a peptide in wasp venom could be used to stop bacteria colonizing materials implanted in the body. mark for My Articles 31 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 12, 2013
Andy Extance
US chemical exposure bears income imprint Concentrations of 18 potentially harmful chemicals in US citizens' blood and urine are linked to income: half to being poorer and, surprisingly, half to being richer. mark for My Articles 78 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 6, 2013
Phillip Broadwith
Antiviral patents released by Roche A five-year agreement between Roche and Unitaid's Medicines Patent Pool will make more antiviral drugs available at knock-down prices in developing countries. mark for My Articles 76 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 1, 2013
James Urquhart
Total synthesis outshines biotech route to anticancer drug US scientists have developed the first efficient and scalable route for the total synthesis of ingenol -- a plant-derived diterpenoid used to treat precancerous skin legions. mark for My Articles 160 similar articles
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