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Elephants rarely get cancer thanks to 'zombie gene,' study finds

Less than five percent of elephants die from cancer, and researchers may have discovered why. According to a study from The University of Chicago, elephants produce pseudogenes, or "zombie genes" that..
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Elephants rarely suffer from cancer because their bodies have a rare 'zombie gene'

elephants rarely suffer from cancer because their bodies have a rare 'zombie gene'
Drugs that mimic the effect of the LIF6 gene could lead to revolutionary new treatments for human cancer, according to experts from the University of Chicago (stock image).
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'Zombie gene' protects elephants from cancer [Video]'Zombie gene' protects elephants from cancer

Elephants rarely get cancer, and scientists may have finally figured out why.

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Elephants protected from cancer by 'zombie gene' [Video]Elephants protected from cancer by 'zombie gene'

CHICAGO — Elephants hardly ever get cancer, and scientists have finally figured out why. According to research from the University of Chicago, over 17% of people worldwide die from cancer,..

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Elephants Rarely Get Cancer Because of a 'Zombie Gene' [Video]Elephants Rarely Get Cancer Because of a 'Zombie Gene'

Elephants Rarely Get Cancer Because of a 'Zombie Gene' Researchers from the University of Chicago wanted to understand why less than 5 percent of elephants die from cancer. They discovered that a..

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Elephant DNA Could Be the Key to Fighting Cancer [Video]Elephant DNA Could Be the Key to Fighting Cancer

Elephants have an uncanny ability to stave off cancer and researchers think they have finally figured out how they do it. Tony Spitz has the details.

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Why Studying Elephants Should Matter To Humans [Video]Why Studying Elephants Should Matter To Humans

According to CNN, Elephants rarely get cancer, and whats even more interesting is that when they do, Elephants rarely die from cancer. A recent study has shown that less than 5% of elephants that get..

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University of Chicago ditches ACT, SAT requirement from application [Video]University of Chicago ditches ACT, SAT requirement from application

CHICAGO — As colleges across the country compete for students, hundreds of universities have stopped requiring the SAT or ACT. Some of the toppest tierest, uber exclusive institutions of higher..

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Elephants Have Special Genes That Keep Them From Getting Cancer

elephants have special genes that keep them from getting cancer
Watch VideoElephants are one of the few animals that can resist cancer. New research is helping us understand exactly how they do it and could help our own fight against human cancers. Scientists at..
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Ridgeworth Roofing Company Donates Services To Help Ronald McDonald House® near Loyola University Medical Center in Hines, Illinois

Ridgeworth Roofing Company of Frankfort, Illinois recently donated its services to help a nonprofit that welcomes families with a comfortable, friendly place to stay when their children have medical..
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'Indians may live 4 yrs longer if country achieves WHO air quality standards'

Indians would live for about four years longer on an average if the country meets the WHO's air quality standards, according to a new study. Noting that ambient air pollution alone may cost India..
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Last-minute technical problem delays NASA's flight to sun

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — A last-minute technical problem has delayed NASA's unprecedented flight to the sun. Saturday's launch countdown was halted with just one-minute, 55 seconds remaining,..
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Long Island hires and promotions: Christopher Re, E&I Cooperative Services

Christopher Re of Patchogue has been hired as a marketing research associate at E&I Cooperative Services in Jericho. He was a production manager at NORC at the University of Chicago.
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Scientists create 'impossible' materials in simple way

scientists create 'impossible' materials in simple way
Bonn, Germany (SPX) Aug 03, 2018 Scientists from NUST MISIS and colleagues from the University of Bayreuth, the University of Munster (Germany), the University of Chicago (U.S.), and Linkoping..
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DNA-testing company 23andMe signed a $300 million deal with a drug giant. Here are the other private ‘third parties’ that genetics companies share your data with.

dna-testing company 23andme signed a $300 million deal with a drug giant. here are the other private ‘third parties’ that genetics companies share your data with.
· *DNA-testing company 23andMe made headlines last week when it announced that it would share consumers' anonymized genetic data with pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline.* · *Companies like 23andMe..
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University Readers, the Custom Imprint of Cognella, Inc., is now Cognella Custom

Cognella imprint for custom learning materials now under the Cognella family name of brands SAN DIEGO (PRWEB) August 02, 2018 Cognella® today announced that it has changed the name of its custom..
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BlackDoctor.org Announces 2018 Top Hospitals For Diversity

60 Hospitals Recognized As Top Hospitals For Diversity CHICAGO (PRWEB) July 31, 2018 BlackDoctor.org (BDO), the leading health and wellness online destination for African Americans, announces its..
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Parker Solar Probe and the birth of the solar wind

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jul 31, 2018 This summer, humanity embarks on its first mission to touch the Sun: A spacecraft will be launched into the Sun's outer atmosphere. Facing several-million-degree..
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Xulon Author Releases Book Saying Modern Science is Sometimes Contradictory

Author’s argument uses the negative number branch of the real number system to support this theory. VANCOUVER, Wash. (PRWEB) July 27, 2018 Within the pages of Peter Erickson’s book, The..
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Attorney Daniel Gigiano Celebrates Over Fifteen Years In Business And Over Twenty-Four Years In The Practice Of Law

Attorney Daniel Gigiano, from humble beginnings, worked hard throughout his career. In business for 15 years, he will be celebrating 25 years in practice in November 2018. WADSWORTH, Ohio (PRWEB)..
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New Issue of Investments & Wealth Research Demonstrates Significant Return on Investment for Advisors Earning Professional Certifications

Studies of advisors and high-net-worth clients show that Certified Investment Management Analyst® and Certified Private Wealth Advisor® professionals significantly outpace non-credentialed..
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Strategy 2 Market to Speak at Society of Women Engineers National Conference

Kathy Morrissey and Mary Drotar, Co-Founders of Strategy 2 Market topic on uncertainty and risk in product development were chosen from over 900 proposals to speak at the Society of Women’s Engineers..
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Ralph Nader: Warner Slack, Doctor For The People Forever – OpEd

Warner Slack was a humble, multi-faceted great American physician at Harvard Medical School’s affiliated hospitals. Yet after he passed away last month at age 85, Dr. Slack did not receive the news..
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Employers SHOULD make their staff feel guilty for letting their boss down

employers should make their staff feel guilty for letting their boss down
According to a study from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, if employees anticipate feeling guilty when failing to meet expectations, they will become more trustworthy (stock).
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