Study in mice shows tumor cell reactivation by stress hormones can be slowed using beta-blockers

A team of researchers from a host of institutions in the U.S. and one in Germany, working with AstraZeneca, has found that natural stress hormones can reactivate dormant cancer cells in mice. They’ve published their results in the journal Science Translational Medicine. Medical scientists have been working for many years to try to understand why […]

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China’s Wang vows to uphold trade deal during Biden administration: U.S. business group

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi assured U.S. executives during a videoconference on Sunday that Beijing remained committed to the Phase 1 trade deal with the United States, the head of the US-China Business Council said. “He definitely re-committed. On the Chinese side, it’s all systems go. They will fulfill their commitments,” US-China Business Council President […]

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Family-of-six left homeless before Christmas after ‘washing machine’ blaze

A family-of-six has been left homeless after a fire ripped through their home, completely destroying it just weeks before Christmas. Dad Steven Davison, from Farndon, said the family had just gone to bed when they were woken by their fire alarms blaring. It’s believed the fire started from the family’s washing machine. Firefighters were dispatched […]

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Offensive rookie of the year is becoming more of a quarterback award

The 2020 season has produced several viable candidates for offensive rookie of the year, candidates who don’t play quarterback. From Vikings receiver Justin Jefferson (52 catches, 918 yards, six touchdowns) to Steelers receiver Chase Claypool (45 catches, 611 yards, 10 total touchdowns) to Jaguars running back James Robinson (890 rushing yards, eight total touchdowns) to […]

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