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A ray of hope in Angioplasty dilemma

...ars, they found it to be 100 percent effective, an accomplishment almost unheard of in medicine.// More than 1 million Americans undergo angioplasty annually, and the new approach is likely to be used on most of them if these promising early results hold up in further testing. They could be on the market as early ...

US Academy honors 15 for major contributions to science

... annually awarded for noteworthy and distinguished accomplishment in any field of science (computational science in 2006) – goes to Russel F. Doolittle, research professor, department of chemistry and biochemistry and division of biology, University of California, San Diego. Doolittle was chosen "for contributing s...

Intermittent Treatment Found Effective In Malaria

...ve results. This fact has two reasons: the lack of accomplishment of the medication by treated women and an increase of the resistance level of the parasite to the drug. The distribution of mosquito nets impregnated with insecticide, aimed to minimise the exposition of women to the mosquito transmitting the disease...

Recognition for 75 Years with Type 1 Diabetes!!

...48, when Dr. Joslin, who wanted to acknowledge the accomplishment of managing insulin-dependent diabetes over the long term, began awarding his patients certificates for living with diabetes for more than 25 years. Medal and certificate recipients come from all walks of life and represent a wide spectrum of life ...

Perception Stabilized – Thanks to Your Brains

...hat deer is effortless for us, it is not a trivial accomplishment for the brain. Teaching computers to recognize objects in real life situations has proven to be an almost insurmountable problem. Artificial intelligence researchers have spent much time and effort trying to design robots that can recognize objects i...

Decrease in AIDS prevalence rate in Kenya

...e and Administration, Beatrice Gathirwa. Kenya’s accomplishment matches that of Uganda that has been cited by UNAI...40 million people worldwide with HIV live, Kenya’s accomplishment in slowing the epidemic is remarkable. GY...

Cipla launches 3-in-1 AIDS drug in India

...nce and ease of use.Viraday is the most remarkable accomplishment of Cipla. Cipla has brought down the price of HIV/AIDS drugs in international market. It supplies HIV/AIDS drugs to majority of African, South Asian, Latin American and several other developing countries. YT...

Anti Cancer Drug from Blue Green Algae

...f enzymes is also taken into consideration. This accomplishment is expected to make it possible to produce enough of the promising drugs for use in clinical trials. In a study featured on the cover of the January issue of the journal ACS Chemical Biology, a scientific team lead by University of Michigan Life Sc...

WHO's New Chief Very Optimistic

...n Africa would serve as a parameter in judging the accomplishment of WHO and this would mean improving the quality of life there, as the link between poverty and health is undeniable, she added. ‘When women are given a hand up in terms of household income, we see improvements in their own health and that of famil...

Research on Human Metabolic Disorders

...e during more than a year of intense work. "This accomplishment was made possible by the Human Genome Project, and its scope and utility will grow over time," Palsson said. Some parts of human metabolism require additional research, and that information, when obtained, will be added to the model as part of the pr...

Hormone-based Heart Pill to Control High Blood Pressure

... formulation of an oral peptide is a technological accomplishment that really can advance the field," says John Burnett, Jr., M.D., director of Mayo Clinic’s Cardiorenal Research Lab who led both studies. "Prior to this, it was unheard of that a peptide could be given orally, because it is so rapidly degraded by st...

Now Viagra Oysters Could Appease Your Appetite and Boost Your Libido!

...e business name. Food Safety NSW says that Mays accomplishment is against the law and breaches the NSW shellfish program under the food act. But May, who has patented the process, is unwavering and asserts that he will carry on harvesting the oysters and relocating them to tanks full of crushed Viagra because ...

DNA Transplant Brings Creation of Artificial Life a Step Closer

...pping technique, he has reached much closer to the accomplishment of his goal. He says that the technique can be used to insert a DNA sequence that he has built into the shell of an existing bacterium. While the cell's membrane would be natural, its the genetic code that contains the instructions for life would ...

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