Sunday, February 17, 2019

Aid cuts could allow diseases to thrive

24.1.14 | TB and malaria, which affects more than 35 million people in the Asia Pacific region annually, could thrive again thanks to recent aid budget cuts, RESULTS International (Australia) believes.

Link found between cell death and inflammatory disease

12.5.15 | A TEAM of Melbourne researchers from the Walter & Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research has shown a recently discovered type of cell death called necroptosis could be the underlying cause of inflammatory disease.

Major outback motoring adventure across WA to help kids with cancer

17.7.14 | WesCarpade is Camp Quality’s outback motoring adventure held in WA. A fleet of 18 quirky vehicles will be travelling over 2,000 km in August 3-9, 2014.

Immune cells make appendix the ‘silent hero’ of digestive health

NEW research shows a network of immune cells helps the appendix to play a pivotal role in maintaining the health of the digestive system, supporting the theory that the appendix isn’t a vestigial – or redundant – organ.