Brightsurf Science News & Current Events

May 14, 2011
Cancer scientists discover new way breast cancer cells adapt to environmental stress
An international research team led by Dr. Tak Mak, Director, the Campbell Family Institute for Breast Cancer Research at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH), has discovered a new aspect of

Educating heart patients, families cut one hospital's falls by 64 percent
Including patients and their families in a structured prevention program reduced patient falls by more than half, according to a new study.

Persuasive speech: The way we, um, talk sways our listeners
Want to convince someone to do something? A new University of Michigan study has some intriguing insights drawn from how we speak.

Primary stroke centers more likely to be in states with certification programs
States that have certification programs designating primary stroke centers are more likely to have certified stroke centers than those that don't have state-run programs, according to a new study.

Mayo Clinic finds surgeon caseload, practice setting affect treatment of small kidney tumors
Patients with small kidney tumors are more likely to be offered treatment options based on surgeons' case volume and type of practice than on tumor characteristics.

Cancer scientists discover new way breast cancer cells adapt to environmental stress
An international research team led by Dr. Tak Mak, Director, The Campbell Family Institute for Breast Cancer Research at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH), has discovered a new aspect of
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