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Last updated: 30 November 2023 (Update every 2 hours)
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Mayo Clinic's Board of Trustees has approved Bold. Forward. Unbound. in Rochester – a multi-year strategic initiative set to revolutionize healthcare. Part of Mayo Clinic’s Bold. Forward. strategy, the new facilities in combination with innovative care concepts, and digital technologies will give Mayo Clinic the ability to scale transformation in ways never before imagined. For more details about Bold. Forward. Unbound. in Rochester, read more: https://mayocl.in/3RkHBis #BoldForwardUnbound #MayoClinic #HealthcareInnovation
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Review summarizes current evidence regarding the pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment of obesity. https://ja.ma/3uAqMHj
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#ESCGuidelinesQuiz 69yo 👨, HFpEF, HTA, T2DM & AFib 💊 rivaroxaban 20mg, ramipril, metformin, furosemide 🏥 for HF worsening 🧪 eGFR 29, NT-proBNP 3506, HbA1C 7.8% What post-discharge strategy would you recommend? 👇
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Academic researchers who’ve jumped from the university lecture hall to the school classroom share with Nature Careers what inspired them, and highlight why others pursuing PhDs might also find their calling in secondary-school teaching.
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Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology: This Review discusses the integration of signalling pathways at the lysosome and highlights the interaction of lysosomes with other organelles and mechanisms that ensure lysosome homeostasis. 🔒
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Recent studies have shown that neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease occur less frequently in cancer survivors. But why? Our Dr. Moran Amit explains this potential link and the work his lab is doing to help further our understanding of cancer neuroscience. #EndCancer
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Last chance to double the impact of your gift on GivingTuesday. Give before midnight and your gift can go twice as far to help transform the future of healthcare. Give now! https://mayocl.in/3Ri1AOH
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Mayo Clinic in Florida is committed to supporting the health of the community by investing in programs and initiatives designed to improve the well-being of local and regional residents. This year, Mayo Clinic has awarded a combined total of $322,863.47 in grants to 28 organizations and programs that will address the key community health needs identified in the Northeast Florida Community Health Needs Assessment. Learn more:
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Nature Reviews Clinical Oncology: In this Review, the authors describe the available evidence on biomarkers to guide the use of ICIs in these patients and discuss promising future research directions. 🔒
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For pancreatic cancer, conventional therapies aren’t always enough. Medical oncologist Dr. Lei Zheng explains how recently developed immunotherapies currently being tested in clinical trials allow a patient’s immune system to attack pancreatic cancer cells more effectively.
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Thank you for your generous contributions on GivingTuesday. Benefactor support is part of every discovery made, advancement developed and life saved at Mayo Clinic. We’re advancing the future of healthcare, and we can’t do it without you.
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Muscles grow stronger when you work them out. The same concept is true for your brain. 💪🧠 Get the mental exercise you need by listening to this podcast on neuroplasticity with psychologist Grace Tworek. https://my.clevelandclinic.org/podcasts/health-essentials/neuroplasticity-building-brain-power-with-grace-tworek-psyd
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Exposure to early variants of SARS-CoV-2 results in immune imprinting in mouse models and in humans, reducing neutralizing antibody titres against Omicron variants, which could be mitigated with multiple updated boosters, according to a paper in Nature.
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The demonstrated progression-free survival and overall survival benefits support the use of toripalimab in combination with gemcitabine-cisplatin as the new standard first-line treatment for patients with recurrent or metastatic nasopharyngeal carcinoma. https://ja.ma/47vNdMd
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Johns Hopkins' first gynecologist-in-chief, Howard Kelly, devotes his career to understanding women’s diseases and developing new surgical approaches to address them. In fact, he is among the first to use radium for cancer treatment.
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Are COVID toes and COVID rashes really a thing? The jury’s still out on it. Here’s why.
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Loss of bone morphogenetic protein (BMP)-9 in mice increases matrix metalloproteinase (MMP)-9 and reduces survival, increases cardiac fibrosis, and increases cardiac rupture after myocardial infarction. Read more in #JACCBTS: https://bit.ly/3uae1TF
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Call for tracing open until 7 December Share your tracing with an international audience of experts at #EHRA2024. Submit in one of three categories: surface ECG, intracardiac electrograms (EP), or intracardiac electrograms (CIDs): https://bit.ly/3R1YAVr #EHRA_ESC
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The Cadman Glacier on the Antarctic Peninsula rapidly retreated between 2018–2019 due to ocean warming, with ice speed increasing by about 94% after years of stability, according to a Nature Communications paper.
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Toripalimab for Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma, Cervical Cancer Screening Strategies, Obesity Review, and more. JAMA Deputy Editor Mary McGrae McDermott, MD, summarizes the November 28 issue.
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Wondering if magnesium can help with anxiety? It might help bring your stress and anxiety levels down, but more research is needed.
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"In many cases, breastfeeding is possible," says our Dr. Helen Johnson. "It simply may look different than what you imagined." Here, she shares what breast cancer patients should know. #EndCancer
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Microscopy experiments reveal how PD-1 signaling “stiffens” T cells to prevent them from neutralizing their targets, researchers uncover a mechanism that limits aberrant vessel growth in mice by restraining the size of endothelial cells, and more in this week’s new issue of Science Signaling. https://scim.ag/4Zm
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Deeply affected by the increasingly visible oppression of Iranian women, an Iranian American physician turns to her professional community for support and solidarity. Read the Perspective by Dr. Susan Kashaf: https://nej.md/3QWql2M
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Chronic pain was associated with differences in cerebrospinal fluid biomarkers of neurodegeneration in a large study. https://jwat.ch/3GkIp0e
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ADHD is a common neurodevelopmental disorder often presenting in childhood, with medication playing a crucial role in improving outcomes. Yet with unclear guidelines for determining the severity of ADHD, appropriately prescribing medication remains challenging. Prof. Karen Vertessen and colleagues discuss findings from a new study, exploring the impact of policies on medication adherence: https://hubs.ly/Q02b8qTT0 👇 Figure 1 (from the related Article by Brikell et al): Pooled estimates of the proportion of individuals with ADHD remaining on treatment, by age group and year of follow-up.
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Inside your medicine cabinet: Get the lowdown on statins, the cholesterol-lowering, heart-protecting medication and find out if it’s right for you.
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Do you want to start your own cardio-oncology program? Follow these 6 simple building blocks for success: - Develop a mission and vision - Doster partnerships - Recruit high-quality clinicians to provide patient-centered care - Focus on collaborative, patient-centered clinical care - Educate - Be patient Learn more in #JACCCardioOnc: https://bit.ly/40qnhz5
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Everyday preventive measures:
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“Rinse and repeat” is a common direction when it comes to washing our hair. But what about our faces? Though the idea of double cleansing has been around for a long time, it’s recently become a trendy skin care option. Is the extra step necessary?
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