SCIENCE-WEEK: This Week's Headlines (28 Nov 97)

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Thu Nov 27 15:55:41 EST 1997


Headlines for the current SCIENCE-WEEK (November 28, 1997)

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Reported in This Issue:

1. An Optimistic Prediction of the Prevention of Cancer
2. An Argument for Relic Life on Mars
3. Age and Origin of Earth's Moon
4. Analysis of Sub-Surface Material Flow in the Sun
5. On the Properties of Micro-Scale Metal Clusters
6. Large Magnetoresistance in Non-Magnetic Materials
7. In Vitro Peptide Bond Formation by Selected Ribozymes
8. Use of Monoclonal Antibody to Distinguish Prion Entities
9. A Genetic Mutation That Produces Ageing in the Mouse
10. Use of Salmonella Bacteria As an Anti-Tumor Agent
11. On the Origin and Nature of Human Cancer
12. Lack of Evidence for Radiation Role in Childhood Cancers
13. Dietary Fat Intake and Coronary Heart Disease in Women
14. On the Relation Between Human Disease and Office Buildings


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