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‘Basal-like ‘ breast cancer does not come from Basal Stem CellsNew research uncovers a case of mistaken identity have have a significant impact on future breast cancer prevention and treatment strategies, the study, by Cell Press in 3rd 3rd. Edition of the journal issue of the journal cell Stem Cell, suggests that despite their ‘stem cell-like ‘characteristics, most aggressive breast tumors not of the normal mammary gland stem cells.Explorer from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and 26 other locations Germany the results of which Diabetes Prevention Program Outcomes Study , a 10-year follow-up studies of patients in the diabetic Prevention programmed in part determined . Results appear in the 29 October 2009, online issue of The Lancet. The study did that those who with oral diabetes drug metformin rather than intense changes in lifestyle be treatment, the rate of falling ill of diabetes reduced by 18 % at 10 years compared to a placebo.
The SPD results show that the intense to lifestyle changes, including exercise, reduction in calories and fat intake and frequent interaction with a health professionals reduces which development of type 2 diabetes by 58 per cent after three years of. Those that two daily doses of metformin value and no lifestyle changes reduced the development the disease by 31 per cent against the same period of time.