Bitter melon is common in China and India

‘Bitter melon is common in China and India, there are still women and breast cancer,’said Ray .in the March in the March 1 edition of Cancer Research, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research.

While it is too early to be sure whether bitter melon extract is know to help breast cancer patients, the question is worth studying, Ray said. Have been have been major advances in the treatment of breast cancer patient survival patient survival and quality of life but to die women the disease and new treatment strategies are also essential. Ray said.

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Virus-based and employees More Less Explore new class of small RNAs Add FluAlnylam , a leading of RNAi therapeutics company, today announced the launch of new research results in the magazine Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences of Alnylam is scientist and staff members from Mt Sinai School of Medicine. In this study, Alnylam and Mount Sinai scientists found a novel class of against Virus manufactures small non-coding RNAs, known small viral RNAs , that. A crucial role in of the replication of influenza virus A Antagonisms the svRNAs resulted in decreased of viral mRNA and blocks viral infectivity. The new findings provide further understanding how influenza viruses is able to infect cells, and new objectives and strategies on anti-influenza virus-based treatment. ‘playing As a leading company in the fields of RNAi therapeutics and of the resulting understanding of the crucial roll stranded RNA play in biological processes, highlights the new paper Alnylam unique location in the reaction of these fundamental insights in new medicines. A key is an important pathogen of significant morbidity and mortality worldwide, including the threat of global pandemic is now to be anti-viral drug ‘restricted way they work and emergence of resistant grippe tribes, Benjamin said tenOever, Assistant Professor of, Microbiology of Mount Sinai Medical Center. ‘Our lab be interested in the biology of flu infection discovering discovery out of svRNAs that appear to control the change from viral genome transcription of required for viral replication. We are pleased to work with Alnylam for RNA therapeutics targeted svRNAs as a new approach for anti – viral drugs. ‘.