Study identifies unique underlying molecular factors driving melanoma development
3 days ago - By ScienceDaily
A new study reveals important molecular information that could help scientists develop more effective treatment and prevention strategies for a difficult-to-treat form of melanoma skin cancer.
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Study finds a more effective treatment option for HER2 mutant metastatic breast cancer
3 days ago - By News Medical
Breast cancers with HER2 mutations respond to the drug neratinib, but the responses are variable and often not durable.
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‘Recent phenomenon': Albanese doubles down on cuts to crossbench staff numbers
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says it isn't the case that crossbench politicians have to do more work than major party backbenchers and so need more staff.
Anthony Albanese goes to Europe to talk about Ukraine but with China on his mind
Australians must not dismiss Russia's war in Ukraine as something that does not affect them.
Amazon has gone too far as it bids to resurrect the dead
Not content with chasing the elixir for eternal youth, Silicon Valley is now trying to cheat death.
From the Archives, 1972: Manhunt for Bendigo's eight prison escapees
50 years ago, a manhunt to recapture the last of the eight escapees from Bendigo prison was continuing into its third day. Earlier that day two of the last prisoners gave...
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New research reveals some of the most popular diets vary widely in cost. How does yours weigh up?
‘Equivalent of Patrick Cripps': The Victorian likely to go No.1 in the AFLW...
“Incredible” contested footballer in the air or on the ground. Speedy, big-bodied and with a big kick. “Ready-to-go” prospect Montana Ham is set to go No.1 in the AFLW draft.
Tools and liquor power Metcash profits higher
The IGA operator hiked its dividend and announced plans to invest in a new Victorian distribution centre after posting strong earnings growth across grocery, liquor and hardware.
Bride-to-be criticised for shunning wedding tradition
US bride-to-be, Clancy Burke, has been labelled as selfish for choosing not to have bridesmaids at her wedding.
Do Pediatrician Interpersonal and Personality Characteristics affect Patient...
Previous studies have demonstrated associations between patient experience scores and physician's demographic characteristics such as gender and race. There are a paucity of...
Royal Report with 9Honey's Natalie Oliveri
Prince Charles denies wrongdoing after accepting bash of cash by a Qatari politician, with that charity donation now under investigation and Princess Diana would be "mortified...