Can human breast milk reduce intestinal injury following bone marrow transplant?

IMAGE: Breastfeeding Medicine presents evidence-based research advances and explores the immediate and long-term outcomes of breastfeeding, including the epidemiologic, physiologic, and psychological benefits of breastfeeding. view more  Credit: Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers New Rochelle, NY, April 4, 2019–A new pilot study compared the use of human breast milk to formula in children less than 5…

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Researchers determine how a major tumor suppressor pathway becomes deactivated

(Boston)–The Hippo pathway is an important biological tumor suppressor program that controls cell growth and organ size in humans. Cancer cells have been found to frequently deactivate Hippo signaling in order to achieve increased cell growth and become more aggressive. However, how the Hippo pathway becomes deregulated in human cancers is still poorly understood. Researchers…

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‘Predatory’ Scientific Publisher Is Hit With a $50 Million Judgment

In the world of scientific research, they are pernicious impostors. So-called predatory journals, online publications with official-sounding names, publish virtually anything, even gibberish, that an academic researcher submits — for a fee. Critics have long maintained that these journals are eroding scientific credibility and wasting grant money. But academics must publish research to further their…

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