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A specific sugar molecule seems to slow cancer cells down

Larry Washburn | Getty Images My thesis advisor would describe some new outcomes—disparagingly—as “not hypothesis driven.” Instead, the researchers who’re reporting these outcomes thought to themselves: hmmm, tumor cells actually like glucose. (Yes, all cells actually like glucose, however tumor cells actually actually prefer it.) Wonder in the event that …

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California Declared Federal Disaster, Receiving Tax Relief

The IRS final week famous that taxpayers affected by the Camp and Woolsey Fires in California will obtain tax reduction following a federal catastrophe declaration for Butte, Los Angeles, and Ventura counties. While firefighters work to comprise the lethal wildfires, communities are specializing in restoration efforts. For some, the charcoal …

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