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Press Release for EurekAlert! Bacterial outer membrane vesicles: An emerging tool in vaccine development

This article by Kendrick B. Turner and Scott A. Walper is published in Drug Delivery Letters, Volume 7, Issue 2, 2017

Graphical Abstract:

Outer membrane vesicles, biological nanoparticles shed during normal growth by bacteria, have seen significant recent advances in engineering and are thus finding new utility as therapeutic and drug delivery agents. 211 more words

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Debunking "The Pro-Vax Argument Lost Me When"

Credible scientific and medical information about vaccines can be gotten from reading the websites of medical organizations and government public health websites, science and medicine textbooks by mainstream publishers and reading scientific review papers in highly credible scientific journals. 3,656 more words

Inching forward

Late morning, Wednesday, March 29, 2017

The sprayer was able to run yesterday evening.  John took off with it late in the afternoon.  The soil was not as dry as we would prefer (< perfect), but it was do-able.  272 more words


High-risk patients get conflicting messages from radiation oncologists and urologists after first-line surgical treatment

In spite of data suggesting that brachy boost has better outcomes for high-risk patients, it is being utilized less often and surgery is being utilized more often. 571 more words


The Impacts of Vaccines: Aluminum, Autoimmunity, Autism and Alzheimer’s

By Dr. Gary G. Kohls | Global Research

I predict that Gardasil will become the greatest medical scandal of all times because at some point in time, the evidence will add up to prove that this vaccine…has absolutely no effect on cervical cancer and that… 2,475 more words