Researchers have discovered how tumors take advantage of the bloodstream to spread and reach other parts of the body and have been able to deactivate a cell that would result in necroposis, caused by metastasis.
In addition to understanding how the metastasis is transported , the researchers were still tested to prevent tumor movement. In genetically modified mice, they succeeded in disabling the Death Receiver 6, and as a result, the mice had less necroptosis and metastasis.
Although the results are promising, researchers still need to check whether disabling Death Receiver 6 would not bring damage to health, and the cancer has other ways of spreading through the body without using the bloodstream.
The estradiol test measures the levels of this hormone in the blood. Estradiol is a type of estrogen whose body concentrations vary according to the menstrual period in women. After menopause, estradiol levels fall and become constant. In women who have not reached menopause, the menstrual cycle causes changes in the production of various hormones.
When we talk about Alzheimer's, it is not possible to indicate only a symbolic symptom, after all it is a disease that moves the mind in different ways. However, a recent published study on March 12 in the American scientific journal JAMA Neurology showed an association between daytime sleepiness and the accumulation of beta-amyloid in older people, a close link to the development of Alzheimer's.