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02.01.2020
18:41 Google news Sci/TechThe Mediterranean diet is named the best diet of 2020, and keto remains one of the worst - INSIDER

The Mediterranean diet is named the best diet of 2020, and keto remains one of the worst  INSIDERBest and worst diets for 2020, ranked by experts, with a popular one near last  CNNHow to eat Mediterranean, named the best diet for 2020  GMAWhat is the best diet for 2020? Mediterranean, Flexitarian and DASH top list  TODAYView full coverage on Google News

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18:41 Google news Sci/TechGoogle's AI system can beat doctors at detecting breast cancer - CNN

Google's AI system can beat doctors at detecting breast cancer  CNNAI beats human breast cancer diagnosis  Yahoo NewsAI model improves breast cancer detection on mammograms  NorthwesternUAI 'outperforms' doctors diagnosing breast cancer  BBC NewsGoogle claims its new AI can predict breast cancer better than radiologists  LivemintView full coverage on Google News

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18:35 CNNGoogle's AI system can beat doctors at detecting breast cancer

Google says it has developed an artificial intelligence system that can detect the presence of breast cancer more accurately than doctors.

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17:50 Google news Sci/TechGoogle's DeepMind A.I. beats doctors in breast cancer screening trial - CNBC

Google's DeepMind A.I. beats doctors in breast cancer screening trial  CNBCAI model improves breast cancer detection on mammograms  NorthwesternUAI beats human breast cancer diagnosis  Yahoo NewsAI 'outperforms' doctors diagnosing breast cancer  BBC NewsA.I. Is Learning to Read Mammograms  The New York TimesView full coverage on Google News

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17:48 News-Medical.NetPromega and MilliporeSigma sign license agreement to expand the potential of CRISPR

Promega Corporation today announced it has signed a license agreement with MilliporeSigma, a leader in genome editing, to access MilliporeSigma’s foundational CRISPR genome-editing technology.

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17:36 TechInvestorNews.comGoogles DeepMind A.I. beats doctors in breast cancer screening trial (CNBC: Top News)

CNBC: Top NewsGoogles DeepMind A.I. beats doctors in breast cancer screening trial - Annonymous scans of 29,000 women were used in the trial. ...

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16:55 News-Medical.NetGlobalData: Leading medical robots used by the healthcare industry

The healthcare industry uses four types of robots to improve the current standard of care, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

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16:44 CNBC top newsGoogle's DeepMind A.I. beats doctors in breast cancer screening trial

Annonymous scans of 29,000 women were used in the trial.

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16:30 CNBC technologyGoogle's DeepMind A.I. beats doctors in breast cancer screening trial

Annonymous scans of 29,000 women were used in the trial.

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16:17 CNBC health careGoogle's DeepMind A.I. beats doctors in breast cancer screening trial

Annonymous scans of 29,000 women were used in the trial.

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07:58 Google news Sci/TechGoogle Health's AI can spot breast cancer missed by human eyes - CNET

Google Health's AI can spot breast cancer missed by human eyes  CNETAI model improves breast cancer detection on mammograms  NorthwesternUAI 'outperforms' doctors diagnosing breast cancer  BBC NewsInternational evaluation of an AI system for breast cancer screening  Nature.comGoogle just beat humans at spotting breast cancer — but it won’t replace them  The VergeView full coverage on Google News

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07:34 TechInvestorNews.comGoogle AI Beats Doctors at Breast Cancer DetectionSometimes (Slashdot)

SlashdotGoogle AI Beats Doctors at Breast Cancer DetectionSometimes - Googles health research unit said it has developed an artificial-intelligence system that can match or outperform radiologists at detecting breast cancer, according to new research. But doctors still beat the machines in some cases. From a report: The model, developed by an international team of researchers, caught cancers that were ...

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06:43 Google news Sci/TechGoogle Health's AI can spot breast cancer missed by human eyes - CNET

Google Health's AI can spot breast cancer missed by human eyes  CNETAI model improves breast cancer detection on mammograms  NorthwesternUAI 'outperforms' doctors diagnosing breast cancer  BBC NewsGoogle just beat humans at spotting breast cancer — but it won’t replace them  The VergeGoogle AI Beats Doctors at Breast Cancer Detection—Sometimes  Wall Street JournalView full coverage on Google News

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05:41 Google news Sci/TechAI 'outperforms' doctors diagnosing breast cancer - BBC News

AI 'outperforms' doctors diagnosing breast cancer  BBC NewsGoogle AI Beats Doctors at Breast Cancer Detection—Sometimes  Wall Street JournalInternational evaluation of an AI system for breast cancer screening  Nature.comGoogle just beat humans at spotting breast cancer — but it won’t replace them  The VergeBreast cancer breakthrough as new artificial intelligence ‘spots tumours doctors miss and could save t  The SunView full coverage on Google News

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05:11 NewScientist.ComAI system is better than human doctors at predicting breast cancer

An AI system trained to spot abnormalities in mammograms can predict who will or won’t develop breast cancer better than radiologists

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04:25 Google news Sci/TechAI 'outperforms' doctors diagnosing breast cancer - BBC News

AI 'outperforms' doctors diagnosing breast cancer  BBC NewsGoogle AI Beats Doctors at Breast Cancer Detection—Sometimes  Wall Street JournalGoogle just beat humans at spotting breast cancer — but it won’t replace them  The VergeInternational evaluation of an AI system for breast cancer screening  Nature.comA.I. Is Learning to Read Mammograms  The New York TimesView full coverage on Google News

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01.01.2020
21:46 Google news Sci/TechGoogle AI Beats Doctors at Breast Cancer Detection—Sometimes - Wall Street Journal

Google AI Beats Doctors at Breast Cancer Detection—Sometimes  Wall Street JournalAI system outperforms experts in spotting breast cancer  The GuardianA.I. Is Learning to Read Mammograms  The New York TimesGoogle AI pinpoints breast cancer better than clinicians, study suggests  STATInternational evaluation of an AI system for breast cancer screening  Nature.comView full coverage on Google News

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21:07 FT.com TechnologyGoogle AI system beats doctors in breast cancer tests

Algorithm reduces both false positives and false negatives

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21:07 FT.com HealthGoogle AI system beats doctors in breast cancer tests

Algorithm reduces both false positives and false negatives

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21:07 FT.com ScienceGoogle AI system beats doctors in breast cancer tests

Algorithm reduces both false positives and false negatives

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31.12.2019
23:05 News-Medical.NetAdvancement in reconstitution of the blood system from human pluripotent stem cells

The reconstitution of the blood system in humans holds great therapeutic potential to treat many disorders, like blood cancers, sickle-cell anemia and others.

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10:33 Google news Sci/TechHe Jiankui sentenced to 3 years in prison for gene-editing embryos - Business Insider Nordic

He Jiankui sentenced to 3 years in prison for gene-editing embryos  Business Insider NordicChinese scientist behind gene-edited babies sentenced to 3 years in prison  CBS This MorningChinese scientists who created 'gene-edited' babies imprisoned  Washington ExaminerHe Jiankui: Chinese gene-editing scientist jailed for 3 years  CNNChinese Researcher Who Created Gene-Edited Babies Sentenced To 3 Years In Prison  NPRView full coverage on Google News

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02:19 Google news Sci/TechHe Jiankui sentenced to 3 years in prison for gene-editing embryos - Business Insider

He Jiankui sentenced to 3 years in prison for gene-editing embryos  Business InsiderHe Jiankui: Chinese gene-editing scientist jailed for 3 years  CNNChinese scientists who created 'gene-edited' babies imprisoned  Washington ExaminerChinese scientist behind gene-edited babies sentenced to 3 years in prison  CBS This MorningFrankenstein scientist who created HIV-proof babies is jailed  Express.co.ukView full coverage on Google News

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30.12.2019
21:35 Google news Sci/TechChinese Researcher Who Created Gene-Edited Babies Sentenced To 3 Years In Prison - NPR

Chinese Researcher Who Created Gene-Edited Babies Sentenced To 3 Years In Prison  NPRHe Jiankui: Chinese gene-editing scientist jailed for 3 years  CNNScientist who created the world's first 'gene-edited' babies sentenced to 3 years in prison  CNBCChinese scientist behind gene-edited babies sentenced to 3 years in prison  CBS This MorningChinese Scientist Who Genetically Edited Babies Gets 3 Years in Prison  The New York TimesView full coverage on Google News

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21:09 Google news Sci/TechChinese scientist who claimed to create gene-edited babies sentenced to 3 years in prison - Washington Post

Chinese scientist who claimed to create gene-edited babies sentenced to 3 years in prison  Washington PostHe Jiankui: Chinese gene-editing scientist jailed for 3 years  CNNScientist who created the world's first 'gene-edited' babies sentenced to 3 years in prison  CNBCChinese scientist behind gene-edited babies sentenced to 3 years in prison  CBS This MorningChina jails ‘Frankenstein’ scientist who shocked the world by creating the first ever gene-edited babies  The SunView full coverage on Google News

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21:03 ScientificAmerican.ComCRISPR Babies Scientist Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison

A Chinese Court jailed He Jiankui for an “illegal medical practice” in editing embryos’ DNA -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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20:54 Medscape.ComChinese Court Sentences 'Gene-Editing' Scientist to Three Years in Prison

A Chinese court sentenced the scientist who created the world's first "gene-edited" babies to three years in prison on Monday, according to the official Xinhua news agency, on charges of illegally practicing medicine.

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20:43 Google news Sci/TechChinese scientist who claimed to create gene-edited babies sentenced to 3 years in prison - The Washington Post

Chinese scientist who claimed to create gene-edited babies sentenced to 3 years in prison  The Washington PostHe Jiankui: Chinese gene-editing scientist jailed for 3 years  CNNScientist who created the world's first 'gene-edited' babies sentenced to 3 years in prison  CNBCChinese scientist behind gene-edited babies sentenced to 3 years in prison  CBS This MorningChina jails ‘Frankenstein’ scientist who shocked the world by creating the first ever gene-edited babies  The SunView full coverage on Google News

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20:16 Google news Sci/TechChina jails 'gene-edited babies' scientist for three years - BBC News

China jails 'gene-edited babies' scientist for three years  BBC NewsChinese scientist behind gene-edited babies sentenced to 3 years in prison  CBS This MorningScientist who created the world's first 'gene-edited' babies sentenced to 3 years in prison  CNBCHe Jiankui: Chinese gene-editing scientist jailed for 3 years  CNNChina jails ‘Frankenstein’ scientist who shocked the world by creating the first ever gene-edited babies  The SunView full coverage on Google News

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20:02 Google news Sci/TechChinese Scientist Who Gene-Edited Babies Is Sent to Prison - Wall Street Journal

Chinese Scientist Who Gene-Edited Babies Is Sent to Prison  Wall Street JournalChinese scientist behind gene-edited babies sentenced to 3 years in prison  CBS This MorningScientist who created the world's first 'gene-edited' babies sentenced to 3 years in prison  CNBCHe Jiankui: Chinese gene-editing scientist jailed for 3 years  CNNFrankenstein scientist who created HIV-proof babies is jailed  Express.co.ukView full coverage on Google News

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19:36 Google news Sci/TechScientist who created the world's first 'gene-edited' babies sentenced to 3 years in prison - CNBC

Scientist who created the world's first 'gene-edited' babies sentenced to 3 years in prison  CNBCHe Jiankui: Chinese gene-editing scientist jailed for 3 years  CNNFrankenstein scientist who created HIV-proof babies is jailed  Express.co.ukChinese scientist behind gene-edited babies sentenced to 3 years in prison  CBS This MorningChina jails ‘Frankenstein’ scientist who shocked the world by creating the first ever gene-edited babies  The SunView full coverage on Google News

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19:24 Google news Sci/TechScientist who created the world's first 'gene-edited' babies sentenced to 3 years in prison - CNBC

Scientist who created the world's first 'gene-edited' babies sentenced to 3 years in prison  CNBCHe Jiankui: Chinese gene-editing scientist jailed for 3 years  CNNFrankenstein scientist who created HIV-proof babies is jailed  Express.co.ukChinese scientist behind gene-edited babies sentenced to 3 years in prison  CBS This MorningChina sentences scientist behind world's first gene-edited babies  QuartzView full coverage on Google News

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19:22 News-Medical.NetA reality check on artificial intelligence: Are health care claims overblown?

Health products powered by artificial intelligence, or AI, are streaming into our lives, from virtual doctor apps to wearable sensors and drugstore chatbots.

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19:11 Google news Sci/TechChinese scientist behind gene-edited babies sentenced to 3 years in prison - CBS This Morning

Chinese scientist behind gene-edited babies sentenced to 3 years in prison  CBS This MorningChina jails 'gene-edited babies' scientist for three years  BBC NewsHe Jiankui: Chinese gene-editing scientist jailed for 3 years  CNNFrankenstein scientist who created HIV-proof babies is jailed  Express.co.ukResearchers behind claim of gene-edited babies sentenced in China  NBC NewsView full coverage on Google News

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18:44 Washingtonpost Speaking-of-scienceChinese scientist who claimed to create gene-edited babies sentenced to 3 years in prison

The Chinese researcher stunned and alarmed the international scientific community with the announcement that he had created the world’s first gene-edited babies.

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17:03 NYT HealthChinese Scientist Who Genetically Edited Babies Gets 3 Years in Prison

He Jiankui’s work was also carried out on a third infant, according to China’s state media, in a new disclosure that is likely to add to the global uproar over such experiments.

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15:49 Google news Sci/TechScientist who claimed to make world's first gene-edited babies sentenced to 3 years - USA TODAY

Scientist who claimed to make world's first gene-edited babies sentenced to 3 years  USA TODAYChinese Scientist Who Genetically Edited Babies Gets 3 Years in Prison  The New York TimesHe Jiankui: Chinese gene-editing scientist jailed for 3 years  CNNChina jails 'gene-edited babies' scientist for three years  BBC NewsScientist who created the world's first 'gene-edited' babies sentenced to 3 years in prison  CNBCView full coverage on Google News

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14:40 NewScientist.ComScientist behind world’s first gene-edited babies sentenced to prison

He Jiankui, the scientist who used CRISPR to create two gene-edited girls born in 2018, has been handed a three-year jail term by a court in Shenzen, China

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14:21 CNBC top newsScientist who created the world's first 'gene-edited' babies sentenced to 3 years in prison

A Chinese court sentenced the scientist who created the world's first "gene-edited" babies to three years in prison on Monday on charges of illegally practicing medicine.

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11:58 BBC HealthChina jails 'gene-edited babies' scientist for three years

He Jiankui said he altered the genes of a set of twins to try to give them protection against HIV.

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11:34 Google news Sci/TechChinese Scientist Who Genetically Edited Babies Gets 3 Years in Prison - The New York Times

Chinese Scientist Who Genetically Edited Babies Gets 3 Years in Prison  The New York TimesResearchers behind claim of gene-edited babies sentenced in China  NBCNews.comHe Jiankui: Chinese gene-editing scientist jailed for 3 years  CNNChina jails 'gene-edited babies' scientist for three years  BBC NewsChina 'gene-editing' scientist sentenced to three years in jail  Aljazeera.comView full coverage on Google News

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11:21 Google news Sci/TechHe Jiankui: Chinese gene-editing scientist jailed for 3 years - CNN

He Jiankui: Chinese gene-editing scientist jailed for 3 years  CNNChinese Scientist Who Genetically Edited Babies Gets 3 Years in Prison  The New York TimesResearchers behind claim of gene-edited babies sentenced in China  NBC NewsChina 'gene-editing' scientist sentenced to three years in jail  Al Jazeera EnglishChina jails 'gene-edited babies' scientist for three years  BBC NewsView full coverage on Google News

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10:56 FT.com HealthGene-editing scientist jailed in China

Creator of the world’s first genetically modified twins handed three-year sentence

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10:56 FT.com ScienceGene-editing scientist jailed in China

Creator of the world’s first genetically modified twins handed three-year sentence

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10:55 Google news Sci/TechChinese Scientist Who Genetically Edited Babies Gets 3 Years in Prison - The New York Times

Chinese Scientist Who Genetically Edited Babies Gets 3 Years in Prison  The New York TimesResearchers behind claim of gene-edited babies sentenced in China  NBC NewsHe Jiankui: Chinese gene-editing scientist jailed for 3 years  CNNChina 'gene-editing' scientist sentenced to three years in jail  Aljazeera.comChinese court sentences 'gene-editing' scientist to three years in prison  ReutersView full coverage on Google News

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10:40 NYT ScienceChinese Scientist Who Genetically Edited Babies Gets 3 Years in Prison

He Jiankui’s work was also carried out on a third infant, according to China’s state media, in a new disclosure that is likely to add to the global uproar over such experiments.

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09:36 Reuters.com HealthChinese court sentences 'gene-editing' scientist to three years in prison

A Chinese court sentenced the scientist who created the world's first "gene-edited" babies to three years in prison on Monday, according to the official Xinhua news agency, on charges of illegally practicing medicine.

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09:34 ReutersChinese court sentences 'gene-editing' scientist to three years in prison

A Chinese court sentenced the scientist who created the world's first "gene-edited" babies to three years in prison on Monday, according to the official Xinhua news agency, on charges of illegally practicing medicine.

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09:23 TechnologyReview.comHe Jiankui sentenced to three years in prison for CRISPR babies

The Chinese scientists and two associates will be punished after a secret trial.

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08:32 TechInvestorNews.comHipposcreen Neurotech introduces AI-based brainwave diagnostic system (DIGITIMES/DigiTimes: IT news from Asia)

DIGITIMES / DigiTimes: IT news from AsiaHipposcreen Neurotech introduces AI-based brainwave diagnostic system - Hipposcreen Neurotech (HNC) has introduced a stress electroencephalogram (EEG) assessment system, a diagnostic tool that combines AI algorithms and brainwave signal amplifying circuits. It only takes the system 90 seconds to measure brainwave signals and generate scientific data that help doctors diagnose and treat depression, according to the company. ...

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08:19 Reuters.com HealthChinese court sentences 'gene-editing' scientist to three years in prison: Xinhua

A Chinese court sentenced the scientist who created the world's first "gene-edited" babies to three years in prison on Monday, according to the official Xinhua media.

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03:37 Google news Sci/TechHonest Trailer for STAR WARS: CLONE WARS - A Film All Fans Can Agree Is the Worst in the Franchise - GeekTyrant

Honest Trailer for STAR WARS: CLONE WARS - A Film All Fans Can Agree Is the Worst in the Franchise  GeekTyrantStar Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker Brings Three Sith Lords Back Into Canon  We Got This CoveredStar Wars: Rise of Skywalker & The Mandalorian Theory About Baby Yoda  STYLECASTERView full coverage on Google News

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29.12.2019
19:37 FierceBiotech.comSensyne Health pairs with Roche for AI trial work

Oxford, U.K.-based clinical trial artificial intelligence tech company Sensyne Health has signed a new research project deal with Swiss major Roche.

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00:56 Google news Sci/TechHow to live longer: The best diet to increase life expectancy according to new study - Express.co.uk

How to live longer: The best diet to increase life expectancy according to new study  Express.co.ukView full coverage on Google News

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28.12.2019
20:10 Google news Sci/TechHow to live longer: The best diet to increase life expectancy according to new study - Express

How to live longer: The best diet to increase life expectancy according to new study  ExpressIntermittent Fasting May Have Health Benefits Beyond Weight Loss | TODAY  TODAYTop 3 intermittent fasting diets on Google  Fox BusinessIntermittent fasting may contribute to prolonged life expectancy, study shows  Malay MailAsk Dr. Nandi: 'Intermittent Fasting' diets could boost your health  WXYZView full coverage on Google News

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16:19 LiveScience.comHow Long Can Organs Stay Outside the Body Before Being Transplanted?

Depending on the organ, the time can range from a few hours to a day and a half.

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27.12.2019
23:08 Google news Sci/TechConfused By the Ending of 'The Mandalorian'? Binge These 'Clone Wars' and 'Rebels' Episodes Next - Yahoo Lifestyle

Confused By the Ending of 'The Mandalorian'? Binge These 'Clone Wars' and 'Rebels' Episodes Next  Yahoo LifestyleMando and Baby Yoda form a clan in explosive The Mandalorian season finale  SYFY WIREWhat The Mandalorian's Big Finale Reveal Could Mean For Season 2, The Clone Wars And More  CinemaBlendMandalorian Season 1 Ending Explained: What's Next For Din & Baby Yoda  Screen RantThe Mandalorian Season 2 Release Date: What We Know So Far  STYLECASTERView full coverage on Google News

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13:04 FT.com HealthCrossing ethical red lines in gene editing

There is more support for genome alteration for serious diseases than for ‘enhancement’

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13:04 FT.com ScienceCrossing ethical red lines in gene editing

There is more support for genome alteration for serious diseases than for ‘enhancement’

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10:02 Technology.orgUNH Researchers Solve Protein Structure Associated with Inherited Retinal Diseases

Researchers at the University of New Hampshire have reported the first structural model for a key enzyme, and

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10:01 Google news Sci/TechIntermittent fasting may help you live longer and improve overall health - Daily Mail

Intermittent fasting may help you live longer and improve overall health  Daily MailFasting diets may add years to your life as well as help you lose weight, new study suggests  Fox NewsIntermittent fasting may help you live longer, study says  WSPA 7NewsIntermittent fasting may improve overall health, extend life  UPI.comIntermittent fasting could help extend life, but is not a quick fix: study  New York Daily NewsView full coverage on Google News

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09:08 Google news Sci/TechIntermittent fasting may help you live longer and improve overall health - Daily Mail

Intermittent fasting may help you live longer and improve overall health  Daily MailFasting diets may add years to your life as well as help you lose weight, new study suggests  Fox NewsIntermittent fasting may help you live longer, study says  WSPA 7NewsFasting may help you live longer, US study reveals  NEWS.com.auYour post-holiday diet: Is intermittent fasting the answer?  Hawaii News NowView full coverage on Google News

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08:17 News-Medical.NetLab-grown brain organoids may hold the answers to personalized treatments for glioblastomas

Lab-grown brain organoids developed from a patient's own glioblastoma, the most aggressive and common form of brain cancer, may hold the answers on how to best treat it.

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02:25 Google news Sci/TechIntermittent fasting: Live 'fast,' live longer? - Science Daily

Intermittent fasting: Live 'fast,' live longer?  Science DailyIntermittent fasting might help you live longer  CNNFasting diets may add years to your life as well as help you lose weight, new study suggests  Fox NewsFast intermittently to get slim this New Year  The Siasat DailyIntermittent fasting - is it good for you?  WRCB-TVView full coverage on Google News

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00:19 Google news Sci/TechPeople on the intermittent fasting diet live longer: study - New York Post

People on the intermittent fasting diet live longer: study  New York Post Eating in a 6-hour window and fasting for 18 hours might help you live longer  CNNIntermittent fasting could help extend life, but is not a quick fix: study  New York Daily NewsIs intermittent fasting good for you? Regimen boosts weight loss, disease resistance  TODAYFasting diets may add years to your life as well as help you lose weight, new study suggests  Fox NewsView full coverage on Google News

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26.12.2019
23:34 ScienceDaily.comIntermittent fasting: Live 'fast,' live longer?

For many people, the New Year is a time to adopt new habits as a renewed commitment to personal health. Newly enthusiastic fitness buffs pack into gyms and grocery stores are filled with shoppers eager to try out new diets.

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22:43 ScienceDaily.comNew technology allows control of gene therapy doses

Scientists have developed a special molecular switch that could be embedded into gene therapies to allow doctors to control dosing. The feat offers gene therapy designers what may be the first viable technique for adjusting the activity levels of their therapeutic genes.

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21:10 Google news Sci/TechFasting for 18 hours every day could help you live longer - BGR

Fasting for 18 hours every day could help you live longer  BGREating in a 6-hour window and fasting for 18 hours might help you live longer  CNNIntermittent fasting could help extend life, but is not a quick fix: study  New York Daily NewsIntermittent Fasting Is Growing Trend  CBS PhillyIs intermittent fasting good for you? Regimen boosts weight loss, disease resistance  TODAYView full coverage on Google News

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20:32 Google news Sci/TechIntermittent fasting may improve overall health, extend life - UPI News

Intermittent fasting may improve overall health, extend life  UPI NewsEating in a 6-hour window and fasting for 18 hours might help you live longer  CNNFasting for 18 hours every day could help you live longer  BGRIntermittent Fasting Is Growing Trend  CBS PhillyIs intermittent fasting good for you? Regimen boosts weight loss, disease resistance  TODAYView full coverage on Google News

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04:47 Google news Sci/TechSickle Cell Therapy With CRISPR Gene Editing Shows Promise : Shots - Health News - NPR

Sickle Cell Therapy With CRISPR Gene Editing Shows Promise : Shots - Health News  NPRView full coverage on Google News

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02:18 Google news Sci/TechEating in a 6-hour window and fasting for 18 hours might help you live longer - CNN

Eating in a 6-hour window and fasting for 18 hours might help you live longer  CNNIntermittent Fasting Appears to Have Many Health Benefits, Scientists Claim  NewsweekGoodbye, stressful diets? Intermittent fasting offers health benefits, study says. But it's not for everybody  USA TODAYSo you ate too much Christmas cake ... should you try intermittent fasting?  The AgeView full coverage on Google News

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01:37 CNN HealthIntermittent fasting might help you live longer

Abstaining from food for 16 to 18 hours a day could be key to treating a variety of health conditions -- even if you've got to train yourself to push past the hunger.

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24.12.2019
19:34 TechInvestorNews.comCompanies like Google and Microsoft are making big investments in startups looking to disrupt health (Clarrie Feinstein and Lydia Ramsey/Business Insider: Finance)

Clarrie Feinstein and Lydia Ramsey / Business Insider: FinanceCompanies like Google and Microsoft are making big investments in startups looking to disrupt health - Tech giants like Googles parent company Alphabet and Microsoft have taken their time figuring out how to approach the massive $3.6 trillion US healthcare industry. But the big tech players havent been shy about investing in companies looking to disrupt healthcare. Their investments hint at how the tech giants could ...

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16:02 Technology.orgFor CRISPR, tweaking DNA fragments before inserting yields highest efficiency rates yet

University of Illinois researchers achieved the highest reported rates of inserting genes into human cells with the CRISPR-Cas9

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06:37 ScienceDaily.comFor CRISPR, tweaking DNA fragments before inserting yields highest efficiency rates yet

Researchers have now achieved the highest reported rates of inserting genes into human cells with the CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing system, a necessary step for harnessing CRISPR for clinical gene-therapy applications. By chemically tweaking the ends of the DNA to be inserted, the new technique is up to five times more efficient than current approaches.

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06:04 News-Medical.NetInserting end-modified DNA fragments with CRISPR-Cas9 yields highest efficiency

University of Illinois researchers achieved the highest reported rates of inserting genes into human cells with the CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing system, a necessary step for harnessing CRISPR for clinical gene-therapy applications.

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23.12.2019
20:54 Phys.orgFor CRISPR, tweaking DNA fragments before inserting yields highest efficiency rates yet

University of Illinois researchers achieved the highest reported rates of inserting genes into human cells with the CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing system, a necessary step for harnessing CRISPR for clinical gene-therapy applications.

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19:10 Phys.orgInnovative method delivers new insights into the stem cell microenvironment

Researchers from the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) and the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) in Heidelberg, Germany, have developed new methods to reveal the three-dimensional organization of bone marrow at a single-cell level. Since bone marrow harbors blood stem cells responsible for lifelong blood generation, these results and the new method provide a novel scientific basis to study blood cancer. The results have been published in Nature Cell Biology.

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19:10 Phys.orgResurrected protein reveals structure of important enzyme

To disarm toxic substances, many organisms including humans possess enzymes called flavin-containing monooxygenases (FMOs). Despite their importance, the structure of the enzymes has not been resolved, as the protein is too unstable to study in detail. University of Groningen enzyme engineer Marco Fraaije and colleagues from Italy and Argentina reconstructed the ancestral genetic sequences for three FMO genes and subsequently studied the enzymes. The ancestral enzymes proved to be stable enough to study and revealed how FMOs metabolize toxic substances. The results were published on 23 December in Nature Structural & Molecular Biology.

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17:02 Reuters.com HealthRoche dives deeper into gene therapy with $1.15 billion Sarepta licensing deal

Roche Holding AG made its second major gene therapy deal in a year on Monday, spending $1.15 billion to obtain the rights to Sarepta Therapeutics Inc's investigational drug to treat duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) outside the United States.

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14:45 NewScientist.ComCell injection could train the body not to reject organ transplants

A one-off injection of cells could be a solution to the longstanding problem of the body rejecting an organ transplant

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12:27 FierceBiotech.comRoche to pay Sarepta $1B upfront for DMD gene therapy rights

Roche is paying more than $1 billion upfront for the ex-U.S. rights to Sarepta's Duchenne muscular dystrophy gene therapy SRP-9001. The deal comes days after Roche advanced its push into gene therapies by closing the takeover of Spark Therapeutics. 

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09:37 Reuters.com HealthRoche enters $1.15 billion licensing deal for Sarepta gene therapy

Roche entered into a $1.15 billion licensing agreement with Sarepta Therapeutics to obtain the right to launch and commercialize Sarepta's gene therapy for Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) outside the United States, it said on Monday.

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22.12.2019
21:29 ScienceDaily.comCRISPR-Cas9 datasets analysis leads to largest genetic screen resource for cancer research

A comprehensive map of genes necessary for cancer survival is one step closer, following validation of the two largest CRISPR-Cas9 genetic screens in 725 cancer models, across 25 different cancer types. Scientists compared the consistency of the two datasets, independently verifying the methodology and findings. The study will help speed the discovery and development of new cancer drugs.

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21:16 ScienceDaily.comFiltered coffee helps prevent type 2 diabetes, show biomarkers in blood samples

Coffee can help reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes -- but only filtered coffee, rather than boiled coffee. New research show that the choice of preparation method influences the health effects of coffee.

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08:44 News-Medical.NetLongevity protein SIRT6 also plays crucial role in burning and regulating liver fat metabolism

Fatty liver, or hepatic steatosis, which develops when the body produces too much fat or doesn't metabolize fat efficiently enough, affects around 25% of the global population. Excess fat is stored in liver cells, where it accumulates and can cause fatty liver and other diseases.

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21.12.2019
22:50 News-Medical.NetStudy uncovers a previously unknown subtype of muscle stem cells

Scientists have discovered a new subtype of muscle stem cells. These cells have the ability to build and regenerate new muscles, making them interesting targets for the development of gene therapies.

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20.12.2019
23:53 Reuters.com HealthNovartis in talks with patients upset about lottery-like gene therapy giveaway

Novartis is in discussion with patient groups over its lottery-style free drug program for its multi-million-dollar gene therapy for spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) after criticism that the process could be unfair to some babies with the deadly disease.

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17:24 FierceBiotech.comNews of Note—Novartis backs out of Akcea/Ionis research deal; Flagship jumps on gene therapy bandwagon

Welcome to our pre-Christmas news of note, as we gather up bite-size news from around biotech.

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16:56 News-Medical.NetCombined datasets can expedite the discovery and development of new cancer drugs

A comprehensive map of genes necessary for cancer survival is one step closer, following the validation of the two largest CRISPR-Cas9 genetic screens in 725 cancer models, across 25 different cancer types.

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15:26 Phys.orgInternational Space Station computer gets a heart transplant

The Space Station has grown to the size of a football field and space agencies are looking to extend its lifetime until 2030. European-built computers have quietly been keeping this orbital outpost on track and in the right position, running in the background since 2000.

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09:55 News-Medical.NetTriple transplant patients encourage people to register as organ and tissue donors

Four University of Chicago Medicine patients who received rare triple-organ transplants came together publicly for the first time to encourage people to register as organ and tissue donors, hoping to raise awareness about giving the gift of life during a holiday season focused on giving.

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08:30 News-Medical.NetNew report highlights AI's potential to revolutionize health care

The role of artificial intelligence, or machine learning, will be pivotal as the industry wrestles with a gargantuan amount of data that could improve -- or muddle -- health and cost priorities, according to a National Academy of Medicine Special Publication on the use of AI in health care.

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06:35 News-Medical.NetScientists explain how a common virus causes havoc on bone marrow, organ transplant patients

For the first time, scientists have discovered the molecular mechanism behind how a common virus can wreak havoc on bone marrow and organ transplant patients, according to a paper published in the journal Cell & Host Microbe.

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01:46 ScienceMag.orgEyeing organs for human transplants, companies unveil the most extensively gene-edited pigs yet

The pig organs are now being tested in non-human primates

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19.12.2019
19:16 Google news Sci/TechChina's Farside Moon Rover Breaks Lunar Longevity Record - Livescience.com

China's Farside Moon Rover Breaks Lunar Longevity Record  Livescience.com

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16:42 ScienceDaily.comWatered down biodiversity: Sample type is critical in environmental DNA studies for biomonitoring

A new study looking at macroinvertebrate diversity in shallow, open-water wetlands found that sample choice is a critical factor for a comprehensive assessment of biodiversity. This study has major impacts for informing large-scale freshwater biomonitoring projects.

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16:33 News-Medical.NetFirst images of new gene editing complex which could upgrade CRISPR

Nobel Prize-winning technique used to capture images of a new gene-editing tool that could improve CRISPR-based tools.

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16:22 LiveScience.comChina's Farside Moon Rover Breaks Lunar Longevity Record

China's farside rover, Yutu 2, has broken the longevity record for working on the surface of the moon.

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16:21 WhatReallyHappened.comUK: 12-Year-Old Boy Going on Puberty Blockers, Demands Womb Transplant

A 12-year-old transgender girl has started puberty blocking treatment, as her mother says she “knew from the age of three” that she wanted to be female.
Ash Lammin, who was born a boy, is embarking on a lengthy journey to transition to female at an NHS-run clinic and is one of the youngest in the country to do so.
She has researched the process in depth and says that she eventually wants a womb transplant so that she can be a mother when she‘s older.
Her mother, Terri Lammin, 43, said that Ash “insisted she was a girl from the moment she could speak”.

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