Bengals cut Giovani Bernard

Veteran running back Giovani Bernard will hit free agency. The Bengals announced today that they have released Bernard. The move was no surprise, as Cincinnati had been looking to trade Bernard but not finding any takers. Cutting Bernard will save the Bengals more than $4 million against this year’s cap. The Bengals are in good […]

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Social factors affect treatment for mantle cell lymphoma

Autologous hematopoietic cell transplantation (AHCT) is associated with a lower likelihood of death among adult mantle cell lymphoma (MCL) patients, but certain sociodemographic factors may affect the selection of candidates for this type of treatment, according to a study published online March 12 in Blood Advances. Ingrid Glimelius, M.D., from Uppsala University in Sweden, and […]

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Men with low health literacy less likely to choose active surveillance for prostate cancer after tumor profiling

Tumor gene profiling is a tool that can help patients with a cancer diagnosis make informed decisions about treatment. In predominantly white populations, among men with early stage, favorable-risk prostate cancer, these tools have been shown to increase patient acceptance of active surveillance—a common, evidence-based approach to monitor the tumor before a more aggressive treatment, […]

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Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 arrives with more Ryzen CPU options, starting at $999

Microsoft’s latest Surface Laptop refresh doesn’t bring anything new in terms of design, connectivity, but that’s probably not going to bother people looking for a simple Windows laptop. Internals have been upgraded with Ryzen Pro 4000 series and Intel 11th-gen Tiger Lake-U mobile processors, which offer better performance and battery life.Microsoft today announced the Surface […]

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