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Study links milk-producing protein to aggressive breast cancer

Dec 28 2012

HONG KONG The discovery that a protein which triggers milk production in women may also be responsible for making breast cancers aggressive could open up new opportunities for treatment of the most common and deadliest form of cancer among women.

Study links milk-producing protein to aggressive breast cancer

Dec 28 2012

HONG KONG, Dec 28 The discovery that a protein which triggers milk production in women may also be responsible for making breast cancers aggressive could open up new opportunities for treatment of the most common and deadliest form of cancer among women.

Long-lived bats offer clues on diseases, aging

Dec 21 2012

HONG KONG The bat, a reservoir for viruses like Ebola, SARS and Nipah, has for decades stumped scientists trying to figure out how it is immune to many deadly bugs but a recent study into its genes may finally shed some light, scientists said on Friday.

Long-lived bats offer clues on diseases, aging

Dec 21 2012

HONG KONG, Dec 21 The bat, a reservoir for viruses like Ebola, SARS and Nipah, has for decades stumped scientists trying to figure out how it is immune to many deadly bugs but a recent study into its genes may finally shed some light, scientists said on Friday.

Scientists in Hong Kong map initial anti-aging formula

Dec 20 2012

HONG KONG Scientists in Hong Kong appear to have mapped out a formula that can delay the aging process in mice, a discovery they hope to replicate in people.

Scientists in Hong Kong map initial anti-ageing formula

Dec 20 2012

HONG KONG Scientists in Hong Kong appear to have mapped out a formula that can delay the ageing process in mice, a discovery they hope to replicate in people.

Scientists in Hong Kong map initial anti-ageing formula

Dec 20 2012

HONG KONG, Dec 20 Scientists in Hong Kong appear to have mapped out a formula that can delay the ageing process in mice, a discovery they hope to replicate in people.

CORRECTED - China labour arbitrators rule against injured Foxconn worker

Dec 13 2012

HONG KONG Chinese labour arbitrators have ruled against the father of a Foxconn worker brain-damaged in a factory accident in southern China, in a case that puts more attention on the labour practices of Apple Inc's largest contract manufacturer.

China labor arbitrators rule against injured Foxconn worker

Dec 13 2012

HONG KONG Chinese labor arbitrators have ruled against the father of a Foxconn worker brain-damaged in a factory accident in southern China, in a case that puts more attention on the labor practices of Apple Inc's largest contract manufacturer.

China labour arbitrators rule against injured Foxconn worker

Dec 13 2012

HONG KONG Chinese labour arbitrators have ruled against the father of a Foxconn worker brain-damaged in a factory accident in southern China, in a case that puts more attention on the labour practices of Apple Inc's largest contract manufacturer.

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