For patients with the most common type of noninvasive breast cancer, routine testing for estrogen and progesterone receptors in tissue taken at the first 'needle' biopsy is both unnecessary and wasteful, according to results of a study.
Dwarfed plants add color and a diversity of architectures to landscapes and gardens, and a university undergraduate class discovered a key mechanism that leads to their small stature.
A new analysis has been published that reveals the staggering cost of undiagnosed obstructive sleep apnea. The new work summarizes the results of an online survey completed by patients currently being treated for obstructive sleep apnea.
Scientists have identified four new pathogens previously not found in Australian chilies, raising the stakes for the country's quarantine and disease resistance efforts.
Scientists have clarified details in understanding the beneficial function of a type of protein normally associated with prion diseases of the brain, such as bovine spongiform encephalopathy (commonly known as mad cow disease) and its human counterpart, variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.
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- New tuberculosis drug-resistance test shows promise but needs investment for those diagnosed to be cured
- Arab nations 'must spend more on research'
- Arab researchers discover medicine for cancer treatment from camel's immune system
- Scary driving? Put the brakes on using your brain power
- Arab scientific research network launched
- Needle biopsies for noninvasive breast cancer: Routine analysis wastes millions
- Mechanism tied to plant height discovered
- Economic burden of undiagnosed sleep apnea in US is nearly $150 billion per year
- New chili pathogens discovered in Australia
- Beneficial role clarified for brain protein associated with mad cow disease