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Scientists from the University of Michigan report use of ultrasound to destroy up to 75% of cancer cells physically, allowing the immune system to focus on the remaining cancerous cells. The same method is also being tried out on people in the United States and Europe. More than 80% of the animals showed no signs of recurrence or metastasis despite the fact that only 50% to 75% of the liver tumor volume was destroyed. This new method, dubbed "histotripsy," uses ultrasonic waves to kill tissue with millimeter-level accuracy and precision without causing any harm to the surrounding area. This innovative method is now being tested in a clinical study for liver cancer in humans in the United States and Europe.
Zelensky accuses Russia of war crimes as he visits Kherson. Ukraine's president, Volodymyr Zelenksy, made an unannounced trip to Kherson to show support for the people who live there. The city had just been taken back from Russian forces, and investigators have already found signs that war crimes may have been committed there while they were in charge for months.
Megan Thee Stallion got a restraining order against her label because of the AMAs. The rapper, who is up for "Favorite Female Hip-Hop Artist," says that 1501 took steps "to block" the use of her music for the AMAs.
TMZ says that Canadian rapper Drake lost a big bet of $2 million on a UFC fight. The Grammy winner likes to gamble, and at UFC 281, held at Madison Square Garden in New York, he put $2 million on middleweight champion Israel Adesanya, who lost to Alex Pereira.
Wildfires in the summer of 2021 on the Italian island of Sardinia were a "catastrophe beyond precedent," destroying more than 28,000 hectares (69,000 acres) of land and forcing thousands of people to flee their homes. Fires in the Montiferru district, on the island's western shore, were particularly devastating, destroying over half of the impacted territory in a single incident.
Suspect in Istanbul blast that killed 6 and injured 81 finally arrested as the interior ministry of Turkey said early Monday that a suspect was being held in connection with an explosion on Sunday.
Keith Leven dies at the age of 65 because of liver cancer. He is a guitarist and founding member of The Clash, an influential figure in the world of music.
Since early September 2022, a threat actor going under the name Worok has been seen by both ESET and Avast utilizing this technique. Worok has apparently been active in the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and South Africa, focusing on high-profile victims including government institutions.
Why a Republican 'wave' never happened in the US midterms? With inflation at 8% and disapproval of the Democratic president at low levels, Republicans hoped to make big steps toward retaking Congress. Why haven't they done that?
The results are in for the biggest night in country music! Luke Bryan and Peyton Manning were the hosts for the first night of the CMA Awards 2022on Wednesday night at Bridgestone Arena.
According to a news release, scientists at Sweden's Chalmers University of Technology have developed a new energy storage system can store solar energy for 18 years. The Chalmers team has shown that their Molecular Solar Thermal System (MOST) can create power on demand with the support of experts from China's Shanghai Jiao Tong University by hooking up the device to a thermoelectric generator. More than a decade of research and development has led the Chalmers team to the conclusion that their technique might one day be used to charge low-power electronic gadgets.Carbon, hydrogen, and nitrogen molecules with unique structures were used to create the system.
Russia's withdrawal from part of Kherson is embarrassing and expected according to Russia's Defense Ministry who said that its troops are getting ready to leave a big part of the occupied Ukrainian region.
Kate Moss's fans are worried after a video clip of her giving a speech at a fashion event showed that she seemed to stumble and slur her words. The supermodel looked like she was having trouble at the podium because she used her phone as a prompt right after she started talking.
Russian troops slam generals over 'incomprehensible battle' in Donetsk after apparently sustaining heavy losses during a week of intense fighting in the key eastern region of Ukraine. Moscow has been trying to break through Kyiv’s defenses around the town of Pavlivka for at least the past seven days, but it seems to have made little progress with as many as 300 men killed in action, according to an open letter published on a prominent Russian military blog on Monday.
Bacteria are destroyed by strange antibiotics used as a last resort. Antibiotics belonging to the polymyxin class cause bacterial cell membranes to crystallize, as shown in recent high-resolution microscopy photos. Researchers describe their findings in Nature Communications on October 21. The honeycomb-shaped crystals transform the normally pliable coverings of fat molecules on the microorganisms into thin, brittle sheets. When the bacteria's membranes become unpetrified, they perish.
Rebel Wilson recently shared the news that she had her first child through a surrogate. The 42-year-old Australian actress took to Instagram on Monday to announce the arrival of her first child.
Memory loss and impaired judgment are hallmarks of dementia. According to recent research, neurodegenerative illnesses may be avoided if hazardous protein clumps are removed. A recent study out of the University of Queensland suggests that restoring and normalizing protein cluster prevent dementia. This was found by scientists at the Queensland Brain Institute who were studying the role of the enzyme Fyn and the protein Tau in frontotemporal dementia.
Kyiv residents consider leaving as power outages and salaries plummet. Residents of Kyiv have gotten used to being without power for 12 hours a day, but the situation is getting worse as the Russian missile campaign puts more pressure on the Ukrainian grid, causing even more power outages.