City of Hope scientists showcase new findings at the 2020 AACR Virtual Annual Meeting II

DUARTE, Calif. — City of Hope scientists will showcase research at the AACR Virtual Annual Meeting II that could one day lead to real-time diagnostic imaging and leading-edge genomic profiling that improve health outcomes for cancer patients, and much more. “Innovative cancer immunotherapy and lifesaving precision medicine are areas City of Hope has doubled down…

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Health services should learn long-term lessons of earlier coronavirus outbreaks

Patients recovering from COVID-19 could suffer significant long-term effects, according to research into the experiences of people hospitalised by previous coronavirus outbreaks. Researchers at the universities of Leeds, Manchester and Hull have for the first time collated evidence on physical, psychological and social impacts among patients who fell victim to Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)…

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CrossFit Gyms Meets Black Lives Matter

ImageGreg Glassman, the founder of CrossFit, in 2015.Credit…Carlos Chavarría On Sunday, about 50 black owners of CrossFit affiliate studios joined a Zoom conference call with Greg Glassman, the chief executive of CrossFit. They represent a small percentage of the owners of the more than 14,000 gyms around the world that pay $3,000 a year to…

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Tinned Fish, Three Ways

I’m an avid home cook, but preparing three meals a day, as many of us have been doing during lockdown, can be taxing, to say the least. Food shopping becomes an ordeal, rather than a pleasure, and the mere thought of planning ahead may seem too much. When I’m at a loss, wondering what to…

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A Cooking Camp for Adults

Perhaps you’ve been cooking for going on three months now, but the kitchen is still a challenge. Jennifer Clair, who has been running a hands-on cooking school for many years, is now offering a virtual five-week “camp” for adults, a series of lessons on the basics. From proper knife work, it goes on to preparing…

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