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‘This is actually the first study in which we compared both self-reporting and physiological monitoring – not just a change in tolerance or ability to cope, but the sizzling flashes themselves decreased,’ said Gary Elkins, Ph.D., professor of psychology and neuroscience in Baylor's College of Arts & Sciences and director of the Mind-Body Medicine Analysis Laboratory. By the fourth session, hot flashes had reduced about 70 %, and at a three-month follow-up, the decrease averaged 80 %, he said.A fresh research showing that antigens made by the Epstein Barr virus might provide an ideal focus on for therapy will become released in the March 1, 2005, problem of Blood, the state journal of the American Culture of Hematology. Related StoriesCornell biomedical engineers develop 'super natural killer cells' to destroy malignancy cells in lymph nodesViralytics enters into clinical trial collaboration contract with MSDMeat-rich diet plan may increase kidney tumor riskPatients received intravenous doses of specific T cells that particularly targeted antigens made by the Epstein Barr virus. Produced by researchers from the Center for Cell and Gene Therapy at Baylor College of Medicine, Methodist Hospital in Houston, and Texas Children’s Medical center, these T cells were created using the patient’s own bloodstream to recognize the antigens and eliminate the cancerous cells harboring the virus.