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NuGlow® Copper Peptide Serum with MD3 Copper & Antioxidants

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Religious leaders, Brown researcher fight HIV infection in Philadelphia
November 4, 2010 – 3:23 pm | No Comments
Religious leaders, Brown researcher fight HIV infection in Philadelphia

Religious leaders, Brown researcher fight HIV infection in Philadelphia A Brown University researcher and religious leaders in Philadelphia are organizing a citywide attack on the stigma associated with HIV infection. More than 100 pastors and imams are reaching out to their congregations to encourage HIV testing, education, and compassion in Philadelphia, where the rate of [...]

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Research team identifies new mechanism with suspected role in cancer
October 18, 2010 – 11:11 pm | No Comments
Research team identifies new mechanism with suspected role in cancer

Research team identifies new mechanism with suspected role in cancer Researchers at Brown University and Rhode Island Hospital have identified a process in which prolactin receptors can be drawn together and begin working in pairs called dimers. Overexpression of prolactin receptors in patients has been linked to cancer. PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] — If women [...]

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Researchers report two advances against preeclampsia …
October 14, 2010 – 11:36 pm | No Comments
Researchers report two advances against preeclampsia …

Researchers report two advances against preeclampsia Preeclampsia, a sudden-onset and sometimes fatal prenatal disease, may strike up to 8 percent of pregnant women worldwide. Researchers have now developed a dependable pregnancy-specific animal model for laboratory testing and may have a predictive test that would allow early intervention. The studies are reported in The American Journal [...]

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Researchers build ‘artificial ovary’ to develop oocytes into mature human eggs
September 14, 2010 – 4:55 pm | No Comments
Researchers build ‘artificial ovary’ to develop oocytes into mature human eggs

Researchers build ‘artificial ovary’ to develop oocytes into mature human eggs Researchers at Brown University and Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island have built an artificial human ovary that can grow oocytes into mature human eggs in the laboratory. That development, reported in the Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics, could help preserve fertility [...]

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