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New study led by UNC Lineberger researchers explains why HIV is not cleared by the immune system
Jenny Ting, Ph.D. and her colleagues report research findings in Cell Host & Microbe that further explain the role of host proteins in viral replication and the innate immune response to HIV infection.
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Social networks as important as exercise and diet across the span of our lives
UNC-Chapel Hill researchers show how social relationships reduce health risk in each stage of life in a new study. UNC Lineberger member Yang Claire Yang said the analysis "makes it clear that doctors, clinicians, and other health workers should redouble their efforts to help the public understand how important strong social bonds are throughout the course of all of our lives.”
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Thanksgiving lunch brings patients, caregivers together
Hospital staff and volunteers hosted a Thanksgiving lunch on Friday, Nov. 18, for 150 patients and their caregivers. The annual lunch, provided by UNC Hospital Catering, featured a traditional holiday meal -- replete with turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing and cranberry sauce -- live music, and a caricature artist.
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Preclinical study finds no benefit for diabetes drug in pancreatic cancer
UNC Lineberger researchers found in a study published in PLOS ONE that the diabetes drug metformin failed to show any benefit against pancreatic cancer, despite excitement about the drug for potential anti-cancer benefits. They believe the study shows the importance of testing new therapies in preclinical animal models that incorporate actual tumor tissue to better predict patient response.
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