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February 21, 2019

Life Sciences

Great White Shark Genome Decoded

The great white shark is one of the most recognized marine creatures on Earth... Read more »
Published on 2/20/2019

UF researcher finds link between common food poison toxin and colorectal cancer

UF researchers have found a link between colorectal cancer in mice and the most commonly reported bacterial cause of food poisoning in the United States. Read more »
Published on 2/4/2019

Students research roots of mutated ovarian cancer gene

Three medical students are studying whether ovarian cancer self-screening is possible Read more »
Published on 1/25/2019

The fight against cancer in Florida: Statistics

Cancer has been Florida's No. 1 killer since 2011. Researchers and doctors in Florida are active on many fronts, from screening to cutting-edge therapies Read more »
Published on 1/25/2019

Target Audience: Better cervical cancer screenings in Little Haiti

A Miami medical researcher is working to improve cervical cancer screenings... Read more »
Published on 1/25/2019

Acid Test: Cancer tumors and acidity research

A Moffitt doctor spawned an industry centered on the role of acid. Read more »
Published on 1/25/2019

Holistic cancer treatments

A more holistic approach to cancer treatment is finding its way into cancer patients' treatment plans... Read more »
Published on 1/25/2019

Brain cancer and immunotherapy treatment

Researchers at the University of Florida say they've made a discovery that could lead to an effective immunotherapy for brain cancer. Read more »
Published on 1/25/2019

Combination cancer treatments are the most successful

Dr. Timothy Bolek says radiotherapy can bridge the gap between drug therapy and surgery Read more »
Published on 1/25/2019

Guided Attack: Cutting-edge cancer treatment uses MRI technology

New cancer-fighting technology is now available using MRI-guided radiotherapy Read more »
Published on 1/25/2019

Preeminence helps USF build new medical engineering program

Led by funding earned through the state of Florida's preeminence program, the University of South Florida's Department of Medical Engineering is adding nationally prominent researchers Read more »
Published on 1/17/2019

Florida Aquarium uses prosthetics to save rare leafy seadragons

Near-threatened species couldn't stay upright due to developmental issue, gets first-of-its-kind prosthetic device to survive Read more »
Published on 8/23/2018

The bug buzz: Florida is fertile ground for viruses that may piggyback on tourists

“We're basically the equivalent of a tropical country sitting here in the United States.” Read more »
Published on 7/27/2018

M2Gen's CEO Wants to Take Personalized Cancer Treatment to the Masses

Typically, such molecular and clinical patient information isn't shared among cancer centers... Read more »
Published on 2/27/2018

Wider Approval

The FDA takes a broader approach to approving drug therapy. Read more »
Published on 2/27/2018

Cancer Care: A Cure at a Cost

Re-engineering T-cells to fight tumors proves successful at fighting cancer. Read more »
Published on 2/27/2018

Rocket-Powered Research

An Embry-Riddle research project tests how T-cells change in space. Read more »
Published on 2/27/2018

Supporting cancer treatment in creative ways

Cancer treatment now comes with music, pet therapy, yoga and more. Read more »
Published on 2/27/2018

Making Headway: Researchers Tout Advances in Cancer Care

From drug treatments to preventive medicines, researchers tout advances in cancer care. In 2009, Dr. Beth-Ann Lesnikoski became the first medical director of the breast institute at JFK Medical Center in Palm Beach County. Read more »
Published on 2/27/2018

Chemical break down

A Gainesville couple's company targets oxalate overload. Read more »
Published on 2/27/2018

Medical tourism: Global med

Tourists have long flocked to Florida for recreation. More recently, medical facilities have become an attraction. Read more »
Published on 11/28/2016

Making oyster beds

Brevard County residents are being recruited to help restore the Indian River Lagoon. Read more »
Published on 6/27/2014

Group Dynamics - Neil Johnson

Physics professor, University of Miami Read more »
Published on 5/27/2014

Autism Research - Ana Castejon

Associate professor, College of Pharmacy, Nova Southeastern University Read more »
Published on 5/27/2014

Suicide Prevention - Thomas Joiner

Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor of Psychology, Florida State University Read more »
Published on 5/27/2014

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He’s in Mensa and was on ‘Genius Junior.’ The 12-year-old is now Miami-Dade’s top speller
He’s in Mensa and was on ‘Genius Junior.’ The 12-year-old is now Miami-Dade’s top speller

Rodrigo Medinilla may only be 12, but he’s got an impressive resume: Mensa member, contestant on NBC’s “Genius Junior” and participant in the World Championships Robotics Competition. On Tuesday, the seventh-grader from Pinecrest Preparatory Middle High added another accolade — winner of the 79th Annual Miami Herald Spelling Bee.

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