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Psychiatrists Call for Rollback of Policy Banning Discussion of Public Figures’ Mental Health

14:43 28 June in Uncategorized
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[ad_1] Twenty-two psychiatrists and psychologists, including some of the field’s most prominent thinkers, are calling on the American Psychiatric Association on Thursday to substantially revise its controversial Goldwater rule, which bars APA members from offering their views of a public figure’s apparent psychological traits or...

Scientists weren’t satisfied with a –93 C Antarctica. Now they say it’s –98 C

09:38 28 June in Uncategorized
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[ad_1] Some Canadians may lament the cold temperatures winter brings us, but they're nothing compared to record-setting Antarctica.In 2013, scientists announced they'd found the coldest place on Earth, in the East Antarctic Plateau, where the mercury dipped to a face-numbing –93 C. Now, after re-examining the data, they've...

Poliovirus Therapy Shows Early Promise for Treating Aggressive Brain Cancer, but Questions Linger

18:09 27 June in Uncategorized
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[ad_1] An inactivated form of the poliovirus used to treat recurrent brain tumors is showing what researchers called encouraging long-term survival in a Phase 1 clinical trial published Tuesday. The authors reported that 21 percent of patients were still alive three years after the recurrence of glioblastoma,...

Poliovirus Therapy Shows Early Promise for Treating Aggressive Brain Cancer, But Questions Linger

17:03 27 June in Uncategorized
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[ad_1] An inactivated form of the poliovirus used to treat recurrent brain tumors is showing what researchers called encouraging long-term survival in a Phase 1 clinical trial published Tuesday. The authors reported that 21 percent of patients were still alive three years after the recurrence of glioblastoma,...