- Stem-cell transplant wipes out HIV but the treatment is too risky to help most http://is.gd/jeXT
- 1% of European population carries a CCR5 mutation making such people "resistant" to HIV. CCR5 gene encodes a receptor that HIV uses to enter CD4+ T cells.
- A simple urine test for sarcosine could be used to detect prostate cancer, might help avoid the need for biopsies http://is.gd/jeZ5
- "Volcanic explosions" in genes set humans, great apes apart http://is.gd/jeTZ
- Green tea may block activity of common cancer drug Velcade (bortezomib) http://is.gd/jeUO
- In ‘Sobering’ Finding, Care Coordination Doesn’t Save Money http://is.gd/jcr4
- First line treatment of osteoporosis: fall prevention, calcium (1,200 mg per day), vit. D (800 IU/day), bisphosphonate http://is.gd/jf97
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