Month: June 2016

Rare Tumors, Possibly Cancerous, Often Misdiagnosed as ADHD

Two little-known tumors, which can become cancerous, are being misdiagnosed as ADHD in kids, according to a new study out of the National Institutes of Health. Pheocromocytomas and paragangliomas are tumors, usually benign, that grow in or around the adrenal gland and secrete a range of stimulant chemicals, potentially mimicking the symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity …

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Is A Universal Cancer Vaccine Closer Than We Think?

An international team of scientists has published the first results on what some experts are calling a “universal” cancer vaccine. Early findings are “very positive,” according to lead researcher Ugur Sahin of Johannes Gutenberg University in Germany, who spoke to the Independent on June 1. After Well-Tolerated Test In Three Patients, Vaccine Moves Forward In their study, …

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