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Lobos Love Pink Week

University of New Mexico Comprehensive Cancer Center

The University of New Mexico Men’s and Women’s basketball teams hope to see a sea of pink in support of breast cancer fighters and survivors at their Lobos Love Pink games in February. The games help to raise awareness for the disease and for breast cancer screening.

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Article ID: 706731

University Researchers Discover A New Protein Family, Which is Responsible for Protecting Plants Against Harmful Fungal Diseases

University of Haifa

A pioneering study undertaken at the Institute of Evolution has identified a new protein family, which is present in most of the cereal species and is responsible for fighting harmful diseases.

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Article ID: 706905

Northwest Hospital Earns National Recognition as Maryland’s First Hospital with Completely Smoke-Free Operating Rooms

LifeBridge Health

Did you know that some instruments used during operations can produce smoke that is hazardous to surgical teams and patients? Northwest Hospital in Randallstown, Maryland decided it was time to do something about the situation.

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Article ID: 706903

Los Alamos scientist Bette Korber to discuss her work developing an HIV vaccine

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Los Alamos National Laboratory Fellow Bette Korber will discuss her work designing a vaccine against HIV (the virus that causes AIDS) in three Frontiers in Science public lectures beginning Jan. 31 in Los Alamos.

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Article ID: 706900

Can Older Surgeons Still Operate Safely?

LifeBridge Health

The Aging Surgeon Program at LifeBridge Health in Baltimore tests the skills of surgeons, both mentally and physically, to assess whether they are able to operate safely and accurately.

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