Only 50 percent of adult T-ALL patients can be cured.

Only 50 percent of adult T-ALL patients can be cured , and a team of Adolfo Ferrando at Columbia University Institute for Cancer Genetics is out trying to understandFerrando’s group examined the genes in tumors of T-ALL patients expressed and found that half of the tumors usually a few genes expressed in stem cells and AML tumors. Many of them AML-like T-ALL tumors contain specific AML-associated mutations, and a quarter were involved mutations in ETV6, a gene function in stem cells – cells whose self-renewing capacity cancer cancer. More work is required, whether mutations in ETV6 understand influence on the prognosis of patients with tumors in the gray area between T – ALL and AML..

The findings, published on 1 August 2007 in the journal Human Molecular Genetics, validate the applicability of the use of animal models for human disease study and the the relevance of these models in preclinical trials.The existing horticulturist and team investigated the relationship between these two nutrition and regular soft drink usage and risk of stroke, myocardial infarction , and vascular death. The data has been from 2,564 participants in NIH – financed by Northern Manhattan Study, that drafted stroke incidence stroke incidence, risk factors , and forecasting in one multiethnic city population, analyzed. The researchers investigated of times people are drinking alcoholic drinks – diet and regular – and the number of the vascular events the encountered over ten years.. For more information about the the AVMA and welfare activities, please visit AVMA Panel in.

Long-term health daily consumer of dietary Softdrinks and risk of vascular events.

In the current atmosphere escalating obesity artificially sweetened sodas is commercialized healthy alternatives for sugar-sweetened beverages, which due to their lack of caloric.