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Cleveland Clinic researcher Robert H. Silverman, recently discovered a gene called RNaseL viral infections viral infections. Men with mutations in this gene have a higher risk for prostate cancer. In their study, Cleveland Clinic and University of California researchers examined tissue samples from 86 patients with prostate cancer, the prostate has been surgically removed. – In these samples, Cleveland Clinic researchers determined genetic variations in RNaseL and communicate the results to UCSF scientists Joe DeRisi and Don Ganem, MD of A DNA – hunting ‘virus chip ‘ Dr.
In 2004, patients came for treatment from every state and 100 countries. Cleveland Clinic website address is.
For more information about UIC, visitUniversity of Illinois at Chicago 601 S. Morgan St. MC 288 Chicago,discovery tumors.c and UCSF scientists discover new virus in prostate tumorsA team of researchers from Cleveland Clinic and the University of California, San Francisco discovered a new virus in prostate tumors.In one study of 150 men, the researchers identified the virus, called XMRV, and determined that it is 25 times more likely to be found in prostate cancer patients with a specific genetic mutation than men without the mutation. ‘This is a virus that seen before seen before in humans,’said co-author Eric Klein, head of urologic oncology at the Glickman Urological Institute of Cleveland Clinic.‘of With kind permission to may the entire Kaiser Daily Health Policy see Reports, search the archives , or sign up for mail service at the Emperor Daily Health Policy Report strongly supports kaiser network. A free service of of The Henry J. Publish. Kaiser Family Foundation. 2005 Advisory Board Companies and Kaiser Family Foundation. All rights reserved.
The new standard, called the Systems Biology Graphical Notation will , releases today in Nature Biotechnology.
Companies are finding Detroit – area companies considering reduce or eliminate Health Benefits, Survey Shows.
Sixty-one per cent of companies in the Detroit area considered future reductions in the an employee health advantages, according to a survey on the Wednesday John Bailey and Associates, which shared Detroit News reports. Managers from 203 companies in three southeastern Michigan counties of were interviewed for the survey.