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Safety of Vitamin C Infusions for Alleviating Symptoms of Cancer Treatment
A recent study examines whether there are changes in symptoms and adverse effects from intravenous Vitamin C infusions in cancer patients receiving or not receiving chemotherapy.
Revving Up Innate Control of Viral Infection Requires a Three-Cell Ignition
The innate NK-cell immune response requires a rather carefully choreographed interaction of three cell types.
People Want More Than a Diagnosis From a Trip to the ER
Understanding and addressing what patients need from an emergency room encounter could help improve patient care.
When One Drug Fails, A New Door Opens for Cancer Treatment
As cancers find ways to bypass a new therapy, researchers discover the tumor also develops an Achilles heel that can be hit with a different cancer therapy.
How can Healthcare Workers Help Syrian Refugees?
Nurses and other health professional are in a position to have a tremendous impact. Here’s how to help.
A Hydrogel Restores Breathing After Spinal Cord Injury in Animal Models
Lab tests demonstrate that a hydrogel could help repair damaged spinal nerves that control breathing, an advance that could eventually be developed into new patient treatment.
Thomas Jefferson University Announces Global Center in Israel
The Jefferson Israel Center will expand ties in Israel, creating benefits for students, scientists and educators
Wearable Device to Catch Early Symptoms of Radiation-Induced Lung Inflammation in First Clinical Trial
A novel digital health device could help clinicians remotely monitor side effects of lung cancer patients undergoing radiation therapy.
Neurons Use a Single Switch to Decide Whether to Make or Break New Connections
Visualizing the signals that make brain cells connect reveals new insights into the developing brain.