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What If We Could Stop Lung Cancer Before It Starts?

Genomic differences related to the immune system may play a key role in the early development of lung cancer. That finding, published April 23, 2019, in Nature Communications, reveals potential for developing new therapeutics that could boost immune activity to prevent or halt progression of the disease, says Avrum Spira (ENG’02), the study’s senior author. He says that the newly… Read More »

I Hate Myself and I Want to Stop

“I hate myself, and I don’t know why.” Does this thought sound familiar? Is it an idea that goes through your head? If you’re struggling with feelings of self-loathing, you might think these sorts of thoughts. I have a friend who no matter how many times I tell her what a good person she is,… Read More »

New Heart Guidelines To Stop Newborn Defects

The American Heart Association estimates that out of 1,000 births, nine babies will have some form of congenital heart disorder. Congenital cardiovascular defects are the most common birth defects.  Keeping in line with the above statement, the American Heart Association released new recommendations to help women reduce the risk of giving birth to children with heart defects. These… Read More »