Pancreatic cancer can be treated in 14 days by injecting PJ34 molecule

Pancreatic cancer can be treated in 14 days by injecting PJ34 molecule

Tel Aviv University develops a new treatment to eradicate the number of pancreatic cancer cells by injecting a PJ34 molecule for two weeks daily. This treatment approximately destroys pancreatic cancer cells up to 90%. Pancreatic cancers are treated depending on stages and how long it has spread into the patient’s body. Health research survey says that people who have pancreatic cancer cannot live for more than five years. The fourth leading cause of cancer death is pancreatic cancer. So it must be cured with the most effective treatment. The current…

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School shuts down: Pupils are sick due to Norovirus outbreak

School shuts down: Pupils are sick due to Norovirus outbreak

A school of Northern Ireland was shut down for the whole week due to the Norovirus outbreak, which results in attendance downfall. Many schools across Northern Ireland had to close for deep cleans following norovirus outbreaks that have affected hundreds. On Wednesday, the board of trustees confirmed they had decided for four school closures. But many schools stated that higher numbers of students had been affected. Principal Matthew Pitts said that in our school out of around 1600 students, almost 50% were sick. The majority of schools have been facing…

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Twitter Will Be Deleting Inactive Accounts from December

Twitter Will Be Deleting Inactive Accounts from December

If you had open your twitter account a long time ago and haven’t used it since then, you might want to do that because twitter is starting to delete all inactive accounts. The recent reports show that one of the most massive social media platforms twitter has decided to remove inactive members’ accounts from the start of December 2019. A spokesperson from Twitter said that the company would be deleting those accounts which have been sluggish from the last six months. If you want to save your mind, then don’t…

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Authorities Approve Cannabis-Based Drugs For The First Time

Authorities Approve Cannabis-Based Drugs For The First Time

The National Health Service has approved two cannabis-based drugs to be used in Epilepsy and muscle spasms. Epidyloxe has been recommended for Lennox Gastaut and Dravet Syndromes, which are rare types of epilepsy. While Spray based Sativex has been approved for muscle spasms in multiple sclerosis. Both the medicines have been derived from the cannabis plant. The drugs follow the guidelines of the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence as well. Both medicines have been developed in the UK. Many activists have welcomed the move. However, some campaigners who…

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Apple’s ad agency, TBWA/Media Arts Lab went through a round of layoffs on Monday

Apple’s ad agency, TBWA/Media Arts Lab went through a round of layoffs on Monday

Apple’s advertising agency is laying off staff. A division of the Omnicom Group’s TBWA engages in Apple advertising, the Lab of Media Arts, fired several employees on Monday. The company denied to say how many people were fired, but Bloomberg’s first news report said the number was 50. TBWA / Media Art Lab spokesperson told in a CNBC statement on Tuesday that company’s bond with Apple is now very so strong, but as customer needs continue to change, we need to acclimate and continue to grow our team. Such a…

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After Visiting North Carolina Water Park, the Person Suffered from Brain-Eating Amoeba

After Visiting North Carolina Water Park, the Person Suffered from Brain-Eating Amoeba

After visiting Fantasy Lake Water Park in North Carolina, a man named Eddie Gray was killed by an amoeba called Naegleria fowleri. Few days after visiting Fantasy Lake water park in Cumberland County, North Carolina, the victim died due to Naegleria fowleri infection. According to The State Department of Health and Human Resources, the man got infected by the amoeba naturally present in freshwater during the summer. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention checked and confirmed that the infection was caused by a single-celled organism called Naegleria fowleri, also…

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Astronomers Discovered Water in the Carters of the Moon’s South Pole

Astronomers Discovered Water in the Carters of the Moon’s South Pole

Astronomer discovered water on the surface of the moon, around the lunar south pole where deep craters are covered in permanent darkness. Astronomers spy young ice on the lunar surface, hinting at the new source for water on the moon. Until now, astronomers believed that water on the surface of the Moon was left behind because of water-bearing comets or due to volcanic activities billion years ago. However, satellite data collected by NASA uncovered young deposits of ice in the small south pole craters. The surprising finding suggests that there…

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Fortnite’s black hole has closed

Fortnite’s black hole has closed

After about a day and a half, Fortnite’s black hole was over. Although a big event is expected to happen, the server was only offline. Around 4 am as per Eastern time, while thousands of people around the world staring at the rotating black hole, and the game suddenly flashed the loading screen and displayed a message: “The Fortnite server is currently under maintenance. Please try again later.” These servers are currently read as “offline” and are probably under maintenance for the next season. In the normal Fortnite season, this…

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HP Plans To Lay Off Up To 9,000 Workers As Part Of Major Restructuring

HP Plans To Lay Off Up To 9,000 Workers As Part Of Major Restructuring

HP Inc. is planning to lay off a significant portion of its workforce, as much as 16 percent, in a major restructuring plan that will save around USD 1 billion by the end of fiscal 2022, the computing and printer giant said at its annual securities-analyst meeting. The last disclosed figure about employees showed that HP had 55,000 employees as of a year ago. Which means it could slash 7,000 to 9,000 jobs over the next three years. The changes are being shepherded by incoming Chief Executive Enrique Lores who…

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DRC Will Deploy Second Ebola Vaccine in Mid-October, WHO Announces

DRC Will Deploy Second Ebola Vaccine in Mid-October, WHO Announces

As per the latest announcement of the WHO, the DRC will use the second vaccine, manufactured by Johnson & Johnson. Officials aim to deploy an experimental Ebola vaccine to cure threatened populations in the sectors that do not have active transmission of Ebola. The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has a year-long struggle with the virus. Thus the vaccine might assist the country to carb the highly contagious disease. Currently, the DRC is using Merck-manufactured rVSV-ZEBOV-GP to safeguard people at high risk of contracting Ebola. Also, doctors are offering the…

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