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Mesothelioma Measurements 2018 Frequency, Survival Charges

Mesothelioma statistics are always changing, and understanding the most recent mesothelioma information can help patients and their loved ones make more informed decisions about treatment and next steps. This data can also help the general public get a better understanding of this devastating rare cancer that many know very little about.Here are some of the…

Liver transplant from HIV+ living donor to negative recipient: Key ethical issues

Liver transplant from HIV+ living donor to negative recipient: Key ethical issuesSouth Africa has a dire shortage of organ donors. This means that doctors struggle to find suitable donor organs for critically ill patients who would die without receiving a transplant. Sometimes they have to make tough calls such as […]

‘Cell memory’ of DNA harm in oocyte quality control

‘Cellular memory’ of DNA harm in oocyte quality control Females are conceived with a limited number of eggs that are consistently drained all through their lifetime. This hold of eggs is chosen from a considerably bigger pool of a huge number of forerunner cells, or oocytes, that shape amid fetal […]

NIH eyes $54 million to outline of human cells

NIH eyes $54 million to outline of human cells(HealthDay)— The U.S. National Organizations of Wellbeing wants to burn through $54 million throughout the following four years to delineate trillions of cells that form the grown-up human body.

More brilliant preliminaries accelerate patients’ entrance to powerful medicines

Smarter preliminaries accelerate patients’ entrance to powerful treatments Adaptive clinical preliminaries are changing the productivity of medication advancement and the MRC has assumed a pivotal job in executing this inventive strategy into the UK clinical preliminaries scene. This preliminary procedure conveys the correct treatment to the correct patient quicker than […]

Fecal microbiota transplantation helps restore beneficial bacteria in cancer patients

Fecal microbiota transplantation helps restore beneficial bacteria in cancer patientsResearchers at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center have shown that autologous fecal microbiota transplantation (auto-FMT) is a safe and effective way to help replenish beneficial gut bacteria in cancer patients who require intense antibiotics during allogenic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation. In […]

Elusive stem cells could help repair damaged blood vessels

Elusive stem cells could help repair damaged blood vesselsA unique source of stem cells in blood helps to build blood vessels in the growing embryo according to new research published in Nature and part-funded by the British Heart Foundation.

Bacteria-fighting viruses could provide new approach to promoting gut health

Bacteria-fighting viruses could provide new approach to promoting gut healthIntentionally putting viruses into one’s body might seem like a bad idea, but a study conducted at Colorado State University has demonstrated that a combination of bacteria-killing viruses is not only safe for humans, but seems to reduce gastrointestinal inflammation and […]

Experimental bone can help osteoarthritis patients

Experimental bone can help osteoarthritis patientsResearchers from the Faculty of Chemical Technology, Kaunas University of Technology (KTU), Lithuania are developing an artificial bone that can be used to treat osteoarthritis. The bi-functional composite imitates the complex osteochondral structure of a joint, i.e. both cartilage and bone tissues.

Study finds that compounds ‘accomplice up’ to quicken tumor, maturing infections

Study finds that compounds ‘accomplice up’ to quicken tumor, maturing diseases A new investigation from sub-atomic researcher at Indiana College has recognized cell forms that seem to supercharge both the development and shrinkage of the concoction “tops” on chromosomes related with maturing, called telomeres.

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