Following the identification of these two distinct pathways in mice, the researchers set out to explore whether a similar schema could be seen in humans. A molecular marker enabled them to find a correlation and predict which human lung adenocarcinoma cells came from the pathway independent of the PKC iota that they had seen in the mice.Read more: Inquirer
Better health care for cancer patients ensured as cancer law’s IRR signedAccess to more responsive and affordable health care services for cancer patients in the Philippines is expected to be achieved as the implementing rules and regulations of the National Integrated Cancer Control Act (NICCA) has been signed.
Chlamydia vaccine shows promise in early testsThe first chlamydia vaccine encouragingly triggered an immune response in women during preliminary clinical trials and was found to be safe, researchers said Tuesday.
Sex life after prostate cancer'The fact that I have a young wife and having to face such challenges in terms of my sexual functions makes me feel bitter and helpless. Is it really all doom and gloom?' Why worry about sex when you have love? Being creative will do the trick.
Solving Chinese worker's death is crucial for the Philippine government. Foreign Affairs chief Teddy Locsin Jr. tells us why. - InteraksyonForeign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. stressed it is important to bring justice to the Chinese worker who was allegedly killed in Metro Manila amid speculations that the culprit is also a Chinese national. Based on previous reports, security footage showed a 27-year-old Chinese man, identified as Yang Kang, peering out a window of an … What an IRONICAL INJUSTICE!! He can see the killing of a Chinese foreigner and thinks deserve justice, , but turns a blind eye to the thousand innocent or suspected Filipinos by committing EJK murders as victims WITHOUT DUE PROCESS? Where is the EQUALITY OF THE LAW?