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Blocking FGL2 protein may offer new method of treating brain cancer Blocking FGL2, a proteins known to promote cancers, may provide a new technique for treating brain cancers, according to a report in The University of Texas MD Anderson Tumor Center. FGL2 is often expressed in brain cancers tumors and promotes cancers advancement through suppressing the disease fighting capability in a number of ways, say researchers who demonstrated that it achieves this through manipulation of the proteins, CD39 and PD1.Related StoriesDiabetic retinopathy therapy improvements: an interview with Richard Kirk, CEO of PolyphotonixGenetic carrier screening: an interview with Don Hardison, CEO of Good Begin GeneticsHealthcare technology cultural event of the entire yr opens entriesThe second research, undertaken with Avatar International, helped clarify and recognize the common components essential to create an effective culture of provider which supports the individual experience. The findings out of this research include: Top-performing businesses had an individual focused on leading the program initiative.Top-performing agencies had a more reasonable self-assessment of their service excellence efficiency, ranking themselves below reduce performers often.