You can get bored easily in your kitchen. But approaching cooking as an art in which you want to gain expertise changes how you feel about it. You will start to look forward to spending time in your kitchen, and friends and family members will look forward to the results. The following article gives you helpful hints to get you started on your new adventure with cooking.
If you are going to stir-fry meat, be sure to have it cut on the bias and finely sliced. This process may take a very long time, and it takes practice. Retrieve the meat after it has firmed a bit, and cut thin
Are you starting to go nuts from cooking everyday for your family? Do not get frustrated when cooking. By reading this article, you will discover great tips to help eliminate the stress of preparing meals. Utilizing the tips provided in this article will make you wish that you had learned about them earlier.
Keep spices tucked away in cool, dry and dark areas. If the spices become too hot, or moist from humidity, it can shorten their shelf life. Too much light exposure also does this. You can preserve the flavor and freshness of your sp
Posted on March 30, 2015 by Sitemaster
For the benefit of those who saw (or heard about but did not see) the "60 Minutes" program last night dealing with the use of modified poliovirus in the treatment of patients with recurrent glioblastoma (a form of brain cancer), let us be very clear.
As far as we are aware, no prostate cancer patient anywhere in the world has been treated in this manner as yet.
An article by Brown et al. (in Cancer) provides an overview of oncolytic polio virotherapy (written by members of the Duke University research team and published last November); it is available on line, but only the abstract is freely available at this time.
This form of therapy might be difficult to use in the treatment of prostate cancer because it appears to require injection of the modified poliovirus directly into the known site of the cancer. Even localized prostate cancer is often multi-focal at the time of diagnosis and so being sure one had treated all the active sites of cancer in a man with prostate cancer (localized, progressive, or metastatic) could be challenging.
It may be some considerable time before we see this type of virotherapy being applied to the treatment of prostate cancer -- even in a clinical research setting.
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