Infection Tops List of Causes for Nonrelapse Death After CAR T Therapy, Study Finds

Boston, MA – A recent study in the field of oncology has revealed that infection is the leading cause of nonrelapse death among patients undergoing CAR T therapy, a promising new approach to cancer treatment. CAR T therapy, which involves genetically modifying a patient’s own immune cells to better target and destroy cancer cells, has … Read more

Bacterial Infection Identified as Cause of Mass Elephant Deaths in Africa

HWANGE, Zimbabwe – Scientists may have cracked the mystery behind the deaths of hundreds of endangered African elephants after discovering a peculiar bacterium responsible for the fatal infections. Between August and September 2020, 34 elephants were found dead in northwestern Zimbabwe, with an additional death reported in November of that same year. Prior to this, … Read more

Elephant Deaths in Zimbabwe Linked to Bacterial Infection Amplified by Climate Change, Study Says

Hwange, Zimbabwe – A mysterious mass death of African elephants in northwestern Zimbabwe between August and November 2020 has finally been unraveled. The cause, according to a new report authored by scientists, could be more likely to occur amid conditions created by the ongoing climate crisis. According to researchers, 35 African elephants dropped dead under … Read more

Bacterial Infection Claims 35 Elephants in Zimbabwe, Scientists Reveal Culprit

In Harare, Zimbabwe, a modern reimagining of the classic detective series “Columbo” has sparked intrigue among viewers, while real-world scientists have cracked a cold case involving the deaths of 35 elephants in the country. The new series, “Poker Face,” features a casino worker turned fugitive with the ability to detect lies, solving mysteries while on … Read more