Concepts

BrainImmune short concept and opinion articles in the field

Beta Blockers Hold Substantial Potential for Therapeutical Interventions in Cancer

Beta Blockers Hold Substantial Potential for Therapeutical Interventions in Cancer

Evolving Concepts Recently, more than 10 studies [see References 1-11], published in the last 3-4 years indicate the presence of high intratumoral concentrations of catecholamines and that these neurohormonal mediators affect key components of tumor biology such as tumor growth, angiogenesis, and migration or invasion [for details see References 12-13]. These studies suggest that blocking […]

Mainstream Immunology Research and Cultural Separation

Mainstream Immunology Research and Cultural Separation

Editorials & Opinion One of the curious aspects of modern biomedicine is the “cultural separation” of immunology research from neurobiology and physiology research. One can argue that the failure to link the immune system to the brain (and vice versa) has played a role in the immunology’s minimal progress from the bench to the bedside […]

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