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Monthly Archives: December 2011
On Wednesday, the Senate voted to repeal the Bush administration restrictions on embryonic stem cells, which marks the second time in less than a year, Congress passed bipartisan by a wide margin to overthrow the president.
Valleroy and his fellow researchers found that young men who have not been tested for HIV prior to the survey cited three main reasons: a low perceived risk (44%), fear of test results (38%) and fear needles (18%).
Under the observation of coaches and physical therapists, the exercises intensified to the degree the young man could tolerate.
The new data demonstrate the potential of ABRAXANE in difficulty in treating invasive bladder cancer refractory
In a preliminary response rate, five of 18 patients (28%) showed a complete response with nab-paclitaxel at 12 weeks. Of 13 patients who have relapsed, one patient had evidence of progression of post-treatment evaluation.
Path interrupted in Gaucher disease affects protein deposits associated with Parkinson’s, suggests novel therapeutic strategy
Investigators at Massachusetts General Hospital seem to have found the mechanism behind the above link between the rare genetic disorder Gaucher disease, and common neurodegenerative diseases. In a report to be published in the July 8 Issue of Cell and … Continue reading
Although the first generation products have focused on resistance to herbicides and pesticides, the next generation will no doubt includes the nutritional benefits who want to advertise, Woo WebMD. “You can not run until you walk, but to prevent progress, … Continue reading
McKemy collaborators of the study were first author Yoshio Takashima, now a postdoctoral researcher at Carnegie Mellon University, and MA, assistant professor of cell and neurobiology at the Keck School of Medicine of USC.
The rate of premature births in the United States fell to 12.3% in 2008, after declining in 2007 and marking the first two years of decline of nearly three decades, a report by the National Center for Health Statistics found, … Continue reading
The results of this study were published in the Journal of detection and tools for quality and food safety. This research supports the USDA food safety priorities.
Having a double chin adds years to your age and makes you look a little unhealthy. How to get rid of double chin But there is a practical and inexpensive way to get rid of unwanted double chin way of … Continue reading
U.S. food safety system needs to incorporate human health, animal and plant pathogens of data, the experts recommend
The Produce Safety Project released a report that examines the steps taken by select European Union (EU) to reform their food safety data collection and analysis systems, since 1990. Written by Michael Batz, head of food safety programs, new pathogens … Continue reading
The group has patented the new procedure. The research was recently published in the Royal Society Journal of Biomolecular Chemistry Organic Chemistry s.
In oncology, there are a number of potential drugs being developed to inhibit the way involving this gene, some of them by inhibiting AKT1 itself. “For the Proteus syndrome AKT1 will probably need to be optimally beneficial for patients,” said … Continue reading
Stemedica Files IND Application With FDA for the treatment of stroke with an adult allogeneic mesenchymal stem cells
The proposed clinical trial is a dose escalation Phase I / II clinical trials using allogeneic mesenchymal safety of bone marrow administered intravenously to patients with ischemic stroke. The population of patients include those with neurological or functional impairment associated … Continue reading
The integration of a diagnostic tool for sleep disorders in a hospital cardiac care is an important step, because (SOA) impacts up to 50 percent of all heart disease patients.1 when sleep disorders are diagnosed and treated earlier , has … Continue reading
The number of unmarried adults has increased dramatically in recent decades, which means that “many single adults between 20 are also trying to figure out how to manage their sex lives,” the Los Angeles Times.