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4,200-Year-Old Case of Breast Cancer Found in Egypt

EgiptoCancer A team of Spanish researchers has found evidence of the world’s oldest-known case of breast cancer in the skeleton of a woman found in the necropolis of Qubbet el-Hawa. “The study of her remains shows the typical destructive damage provoked by the extension of a breast cancer as a metastasis,” Egyptian Antiquities Minister Mamdouh… Seguir Leyendo 4,200-Year-Old Case of Breast Cancer Found in Egypt

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Spain’s Lead-Lined Lakes

63819 Researchers from the University of Granada collected mountain lake sediments from Laguna de Río Seco in southern Spain that had accumulated over 10,000 years, trapping deposits from the atmosphere. In these stacks of mud, they found fine layers of lead that reveal millennia of metalworking and migration, and may be the oldest evidence of… Seguir Leyendo Spain’s Lead-Lined Lakes

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Spain’s Lead-Lined Lakes

63819 Researchers from the University of Granada collected mountain lake sediments from Laguna de Río Seco in southern Spain that had accumulated over 10,000 years, trapping deposits from the atmosphere. In these stacks of mud, they found fine layers of lead that reveal millennia of metalworking and migration, and may be the oldest evidence of… Seguir Leyendo Spain’s Lead-Lined Lakes