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2010-05-04 12:57:05

Discovery may lead to new treatments for leukemia and lymphoma.

2010-03-22 08:08:00

New research may guide creation of targeted, more effective vaccines BOSTON, March 22 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A new understanding of a certain cell in the immune system may help guide scientists in creating better flu vaccines, report researchers from the Program in Cellular and Molecular Medicine and the Immune Disease Institute at Children's Hospital Boston (PCMM/IDI).

2010-03-22 14:58:35

A new understanding of a certain cell in the immune system may help guide scientists in creating better flu vaccines, report researchers from the Program in Cellular and Molecular Medicine and the Immune Disease Institute at Children's Hospital Boston (PCMM/IDI).

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2010-03-08 06:50:00

As much as half the world’s population has less than adequate immune systems where their killer T cells cannot fight infection properly, and scientists find that vitamin D is a vital key to keeping their defenses up.

2009-12-08 18:11:25

Innovative strategy could be effective against other chronic viral diseases.

2009-12-02 10:17:20

The right kind of stress response in the operating room could lead to quicker recovery for patients after knee surgery.

2009-10-15 14:10:42

Fox Chase researchers uncover process that determines the fate of white blood cells.

2009-10-14 13:17:08

Specific cells within the immune system could help explain why younger people are more susceptible to variant CJD, scientists believe.

2009-10-02 10:36:21

Researchers from Brown University and McGill University have discovered that the natural killer, or NK cells, help prevent T cells from over-responding when a virus hits.

2009-09-22 09:11:56

After more than 50 experiments in mice, medical scientists at Johns Hopkins have mapped out the basic steps taken by a particular set of white blood cells in setting the pace of recovery after serious lung injury.


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gazingstock
  • A person or thing gazed at with wonder or curiosity, especially of a scornful kind.
The 'stock' of 'gazingstock' comes from an Old English word meaning 'tree trunk' or 'wood'.
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