Scientists In Britain May Have Just “Accidentally” Found A Cure For Cancer

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News Story Source:, by Tyler Durden
Researchers at Cardiff University that were in the midst of analyzing blood from a bank accidentally stumbled into an “entirely new type of T-cell”, according to The Daily Wire. The new cell carries a “never before seen” type of receptor that acts like a grappling hook, latching on to most human cancers. 

Prior therapies, called CAR-T and TCR-T, which use immune cells to attach to HLA molecules on cancer cells’ surface, are incapable of fighting solid tumors, the article notes. HLA molecules vary in people, but the new therapy instead attaches to a molecule called MR1, which does not vary in humans. This gives the therapy a chance of fighting most cancers.

It also means people could share the treatment, which could allow banks of cells to be stored and offered quickly, as needed. 

The treatment has already worked on lung, skin, blood, colon, breast, bone, prostate, ovarian, kidney and cervical cancer cells. The study stated:

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China Claims To Have 'Cured' First Patient With Coronavirus As 90,000 Suffer

Read more on this subject: ChinaNews Story Source:, National FileA 56-year-old woman locally identified as "Chen" was said to have been cured from the illness.

Chen demonstrated significant improvements in her re… Continue reading

Gut-brain connection in individuals with autism CONFIRMED by scientific data

Read more on this subject: Science, Medicine and TechnologyNews Story Source:, by: Darnel Fernandez Studies have shown that around 70 percent of people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have a variant of gastrointesti… Continue reading

New Thought Police NewsGuard Is Owned by Big Pharma

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News Story Source:, By Joseph Mercola
Before I delve further into NewsGuard and its underlying agenda, it’s important to look at who funds it.

NewsGuard received much of its startup funds from Publicis Groupe, a giant global communications group with divisions that brand imaging, design of digital business platforms, media relations and health care.

Publicis Groupe’s health subsidiary, Publicis Health, names Lilly, Abbot, Roche, Amgen, Genentech, Celgene, Gilead, Biogen, Astra Zeneca, Sanofi, Bayer and other Big Pharma giants as clients, which gives you an idea of where its loyalties lie.

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has also awarded Publicis Media a healthy piece of business, and the communications group responded by creating a custom “platformGSK” to run the drug giant’s media business.

GSK Adds $400 Million to $1.5 Billion Publicis Collaboration

In October 2018, following a five-month review, GSK sent its $1.5 billion media account to Publicis, which beat out other media agencies vying for
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The best chat app you never knew you wanted is here

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News Story Source:, BY EVAN NICOLE BROWN
In Web 1.0, the internet was known for its static, clunky websites and the rise of widely available information. The user-generated content and constant chatter we know (and get overwhelmed by) today wasn’t a thing until Web 2.0 took over about 10 years later, in the early aughts. But in the years leading up to the new millennium, one element of living online did allow people to engage: the chat room.

Chat rooms have since fallen out of favor, thanks to the popularity of other text-based chat devices and services such as iMessage and Twitter. But a new web-based application from digital product studio Postlight, called Yap, is hoping to restore chat rooms to their humble glory.

“I think everyone’s a little tired of feeling like any time they need a service on the internet that everyone is recording what they say for eternity, or mining their data,” says Adam Pash, Postlight’s director of engineering and head of Labs. “Yap is a place where we don
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Take 3D photos on your iPhone or Android phone with this app

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News Story Source:, Patrick Holland
Whether you have a new phone like the iPhone 11 or an older one like a Motorola Moto G6 or iPhone 6S, you can now take 3D photos with your camera. It’s all thanks to a new app called LucidPix. Instead of requiring a special accessory or two rear phone cameras, the app uses artificial intelligence (AI) to render 3D photos that will move as you tilt and pan your phone.

LucidPix captures 3D photos with your phone’s regular camera and can also convert your existing 2D photos into 3D. The finished images can be shared inside the app’s community or on other platforms like Facebook which has built-in support for displaying 3D images. Adding this social aspect to the app enables users to share and view 3D images just like people do with 2D images on Instagram or Snapchat. In fact, there are several large groups on Facebook dedicated to 3D photos. And at this time LucidPix seems like the easiest way to create and customize yo
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Move Over, Sudoku–Neurologists Release 3 Online Brain Training Games Scientifically Proven to Work

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NYU Steinhardt Professor Jan L. Plass and his colleagues have created three digital games to help children and adults improve their cognitive skills.

While some digital games falsely claim to improve cognitive skills, these three games have actually been proven to do so. Evidenced through a series of research studies, these games can help users boost memory, inhibition, and cognitive flexibility.

“Can games actually have positive effects on players? We believe they can, and we designed three games to support learners in developing cognitive skills that researchers have identified as essential for success in daily life, executive functions,” said Jan L. Plass, Paulette Goddard Professor of Digital Media and Learning Sciences at New York University’s Steinhardt School of Culture Education and Human Development and co-creator of the games.

Plass—along with his colleagues Bruce D. Homer of the Graduate Center, City University of New York and Richard E. Mayer of
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The Borg return in ‘Star Trek: Picard’!

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News Story Source:, By Elizabeth Howell
Is resistance still futile?

The Borg are back.

The infamous “Star Trek” alien species, which assimilates all beings it comes across into its collective consciousness, will return in the new series “Star Trek: Picard” with two of its most famous members: Seven of Nine and Hugh (aka Third of Five).

Fans of the “Star Trek” universe will remember Hugh (played by Jonathan Del Arco) as the Borg rescued by Capt. Jean-Luc Picard and his crew in Season 5 of “Star Trek: The Next Generation” (1987-1994) and Seven of Nine (played by Jeri Ryan), who shined in a starring role during “Star Trek: Voyager” (1995 to 2001).

The plot of the new series starring Sir Patrick Stewart as Picard is a closely guarded secret, but it sounds like they will be exploring a difficult relationship with Starfleet, which is kind of like the Space Force of “Star Trek” that’s maintained by an intergalactic alliance known as the United
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Mystery of how stress turns hair gray finally solved by Harvard team

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News Story Source:, By Rich Haridy
This idea of stress turning hair gray has pervaded popular culture for centuries. It’s often referred to as Marie Antoinette syndrome, in reference to an oft-told, but most likely apocryphal, story of the ill-fated French queen’s hair turning white overnight after being captured during the revolution.

While the idea of one’s hair turning white in an instant after a sudden fright is an amusing cartoonish fiction, there is a solid body of anecdotal evidence describing instances where hair rapidly turns white after months, or even weeks, of stress or trauma.

“Everyone has an anecdote to share about how stress affects their body, particularly in their skin and hair – the only tissues we can see from the outside,” explains senior author on the new study, Ya-Chieh Hsu. “We wanted to understand if this connection is true, and if so, how stress leads to changes in diverse tissues. Hair pigmentation is such an accessible and tractable system to s
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