Two recurrently mutated genes had been detected in two samples each: loss-of-function mutations in a known myeloid-tumor suppressor, RUNX1, and two somatic missense mutations in UMODL1 . UMODL1 was recently reported to become mutated in sufferers with multiple myeloma and the ones with ovarian malignancy.21 To extend these results, we compared the mutations with translational implications in myelodysplastic-syndrome and secondary AML samples with mutations identified in 200 de novo AML samples . We identified 10 genes which were mutated in a single secondary-AML sample and in at least 3 of 200 AML samples .The result: a 23.8 % reduction in nausea for all the sufferers who wore wristbands, compared to a 4.8 % reduction in the control group. However when experts analyzed whether any differences existed between the two wristband groups, none was found. ‘Some of our body’s feelings and sensations are ambiguous and at the mercy of interpretation,’ Roscoe explained. ‘Your brain cannot make a blister go away, or reduce hair thinning, but it can interpret ambiguous abdominal sensations and determine how much nausea they stand for, based on our anticipations.’ Roscoe has conducted many previous studies of how expectations impact treatment side effects, and how wristbands can convenience chemotherapy-related nausea.