Radiation Barrier News

Sept. 8, 2016 TIME Magazine by Alice Park @aliceparkny The still-early cancer treatment are showing success with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma In a small new study published in Science Translational Medicine, researchers who are pioneering an immune-based treatment for cancer report encouraging results among people with otherwise untreatable non-Hodgkin...

By Emily ConoverJan. 12, 2015 Science Magazine Exposure to very low levels of ionizing radiation is common—medical procedures, air travel, and industrial processes expose people to such radiation every day. But the health implications of these very low doses are not well understood. A bipartisan bill passed...

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The science of using immunotherapy to treat cancer is advancing rapidly, marked by the National Cancer Institute’s rec...
The science of using immunotherapy to treat cancer is advancing rapidly, marked by the National Cancer Institute’s rec...