Cancer: Belgian researchers unlock origin of metastases

Cancer: Belgian researchers unlock origin of metastases

Researchers at the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB- Free University of Brussels) have identified for the first time the various stages of cell transitions occurring in a skin cancer and two types of breast cancer, and the sub-populations of tumour cells responsible for metastases of those cancers, various media reported on Thursday.

Customs, not press, raised issue of chemical exports to Syria - Reynders

Customs, not press, raised issue of chemical exports to Syria - Reynders

The issue of chemical exports to Syria by three Flemish companies was not raised by the press or the opposition, but by Customs, Foreign Minister Didier Reynders said on radio on Thursday.

19 April hottest since temperatures measurements began

19 April hottest since temperatures measurements began

Today Thursday, the temperature reached 27,2 degrees Celsius in Brussels at 15h00.

King Albert II undergoes medical tests

King Albert II undergoes medical tests

King Albert II, aged 83, was undergoing a number of medical examinations on Thursday.

Households in Flanders paid 7% more for electricity in 2017

Households in Flanders paid 7% more for electricity in 2017

The average price per household for electricity increased in 2017 by 68.13 euros (6.8%) in Flanders, 5.2% in Wallonia, and 2.8% in Brussels, according to figures from the federal energy regulator, Creg.

Russia 2018: Matches on giant screen in Molenbeek, Jette, but not Brussels

Russia 2018: Matches on giant screen in Molenbeek, Jette, but not Brussels

No big screens will go up in public places in Brussels-Ixelles for Football World Cup 2018, but football lovers will be able to see the Red Devils in action on giant screens in Molenbeek and Jette.

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