[AKTUALLY#02] Blood exams to detect tumors?

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[source: ANSA]

An important step to defeat cancer has been done by developing an efficient and non-invasive method to early-detect damaged cells.

Researchers in the U.S., Denmark and the Netherlands developed a non-invasive method to detect early-stage tumors. The research is published in Science Translational Medicine. There are 2 very promising (if not impressive) elements here: 1. the research is conducted on 200 humans, patients (being not a controversial study on cavies as usual…), and 2. the rate of success in detecting several type of different tumors at different stages, ranged from 60% to 70%!

An enormously important research that we hope will be routinely applied to all humans worldwide some day.

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[AKTUALLY#01] Global rainfalls?

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[source: Physics World]

Would you expect your yesterday heavy-rain to have its origin in the United States? Now you can.

As reported in Physics World, extreme rainfall events occurring several days and thousands of kilometers far away can be synchronized! This is reported by researchers at the Grantham Institute for Climate Change in the UK and the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research in Germany.

This is an astonishing discover that can revolutionize future weather forecast models and help to predict catastrophes.

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