Monthly Archives: April 2014

Seoul: Drone that Crashed on South Korean Island Belongs to North Korea – Voice of America

Voice of America Seoul: Drone that Crashed on South Korean Island Belongs to North KoreaVoice… Read More »

Chile and Latin America sigh with relief after huge quake, tsunami scare – Washington Post

Washington Post Chile and Latin America sigh with relief after huge quake, tsunami scareWashington PostAt… Read More »

Lowered expectations as Malaysia Airlines search drags on – euronews

euronews Lowered expectations as Malaysia Airlines search drags oneuronewsRussia's Gazprom says CEO met European energy… Read More »

Fukushima meltdown unlikely to lead to large number of cancers: U.N. scientists

By Fredrik Dahl VIENNA (Reuters) – Japan's Fukushima nuclear reactor meltdown in March 2011 is… Read More »

GlaxoSmithKline throws in towel on lung cancer vaccine trial

By Ben Hirschler LONDON (Reuters) – GlaxoSmithKline Plc (GSK) has stopped a high-profile clinical trial… Read More »

Breast cancer origins study paves way for personalized treatment

Breast cancers can look and behave very differently. Understanding why and how they do so… Read More »

Pre-cancerous breast cancer cells treated with a vitamin A derivative revert into non-cancerous cells

A derivative of vitamin A, known as retinoic acid, found abundantly in sweet potato and… Read More »

Why The Sun newspaper breast check campaign may actually harm women

A breast check campaign by The Sun newspaper may actually harm women, warns Glasgow GP… Read More »

Monsanto ordered to stop making false advertising claims about GMOs in South Africa

GMO crops in Iowa fail as beetle larvae develop resistance

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