Protein linked to poor colorectal cancer survival; Academics spotlight Parkinson's candidate;

> The CSN6 protein has been linked with poor survival rates in colorectal cancer. Release

> Academics from the Sheffield Institute of Translational Neuroscience working in collaboration with scientists from the University of York say they found a new Parkinson's drug candidate that should be fast tracked in the clinic. Release

> Researchers in China say that the microRNA miR-7 suppresses gastric (stomach) cancer by inhibiting a key signaling pathway. Release

> There's new research that demonstrates that as people age, their brains are less capable of disposing of amyloid beta 42. Release

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