Researchers argue health care systems should use ‘food as medicine’ interventions

An analysis recently published in the British Medical Journal argues for increased implementation of “food is medicine” interventions in the health care system. The article was co-authored by Seth A. Berkowitz, MD, MPH, assistant professor of medicine at the UNC School of Medicine, who mostly recently argued in the New England Journal of Medicine that […]

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Virgin Atlantic creditors vote in favor of $1.6 billion rescue plan

Virgin Atlantic’s creditors on Tuesday voted in favor of a 1.2 billion pound ($1.6 billion) rescue plan, moving the airline a step closer to completing a restructuring deal designed to secure its future beyond the coronavirus crisis. “Today, Virgin Atlantic has reached a significant milestone in safeguarding its future, securing the overwhelming support of all […]

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Fresh tumour biopsies in world-first technique for cancer treatments

An innovative technique to improve cancer treatments using tumor biopsies less than 30 minutes after they’re taken has been developed at The University of Queensland. The “Drug uptake in ex Vivo tumors” technique was developed after researchers found fresh patient tumor biopsies responded differently to treatments than the tissue cultures traditionally used. Its inventor, UQ […]

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