It may be possible to halt cancer in its tracks by blocking a gene critical to building tumour supply lines, according to new research carried out at the University of Queensland. Most tumours need a blood supply to grow. Researchers at the Institute for Molecular Bioscience have found that when new blood vessels form – […]
New research by an Australian student reveals the code our bodies use to control our immune systems. Her work could have tremendous medical benefits. Unlocking this code represents a dramatic step forward in the fight to prevent autoimmune disease, allergies and to improve vaccines.
New insight into the cause of female infertility: a certain hormone, interleukin 11, is absolutely essential for female fertility.
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