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The useful app allows parents to track and record their child's behavior at regular intervals so, if necessary, they can raise concerns with their pediatrician. "Early signs of autism often go undetected," observes Dr. Lewis, "simply because there
Internal Medicine, July-2014 Newswise New Brunswick, N.J., July 14, 2014 Research from investigators at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey shows a popular prostate cancer treatment that disables male hormones known to promote growth of prostate
DiPaola, MD, director of Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey has been selected to receive the Melvyn H. Motolinsky Research Foundation Distinguished Service Award in recognition of his accomplishments and leadership in the field of oncology. Dr.
It is the third consecutive year that the non-profit entity has given this award to the program. The one-year fellowship provides surgeons who have completed their general surgery residency with advanced training and experience that prepares them to
Ras has long been considered to be a target that does not respond to cancer treating drugs, but recent research suggests new possibilities. Investigators at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey have demonstrated that targeting a metabolic
Program Recertified by National Association Released: 6/19/2014 10:25 AM EDT Source Newsroom: Contact Information Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise New Brunswick, NJ July marks 75 years since the farewell speech of the baseball legend
In order to address these concerns, Cancer Institute of New Jersey behavioral scientist Elliot J. Coups, PhD, will explore developing a behavioral intervention for this group. A recently-awarded $2.5 million grant from the National Cancer Institute
Pancreatic Cancer Conference May-2014 Research from Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey presented at national meeting Newswise New Brunswick, N.J., May 20, 2014 Research from Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey shows that the first in man'
Abnormal and uncontrolled production of this class of proteins, known as transcription factors, allow for cells to bypass growth control mechanisms and to develop characteristics necessary for invading surrounding tissues. Some transcription factors
The work involves superoxide dismutase 1 (Sod1), an enzyme that for nearly half a century has been known to remove a specific radical byproduct created during the energy-producing process of cell metabolism. This superoxide' byproduct comes from a