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Vaccine for Alzheimer’s diseas

...couraging and one can hope that some kind of human application willfollow....

Novartis files application with FDA for Zometa

Novartis Pharmaceuticals has submitted an application to the Food and Drug Administration, seeking marketing authorization for Zometa in the treatment of bone complications associated with a broad range of tumor types. These include prostate and lung cancer, for which no bisphosphonate therapy is curren...

Wound healing made faster

...ls. "Our wound healing complex has more universal application than other systems," he says.While initial trials will focus on skin grafting for burn and accident victims, the researchers also hope to use the wound-healing complex in treating chronic ulcers and to help speed the recovery of joint replacement pat...

Ajanta Launches World's First Once-A-Day Nimesulide Oral Formulation

... Ajanta and the Company has already filed a patent application for the product. Nimlodi becomes the second most important product in the Ajanta portfolio after Carofit for which it has a global patent. Currently, the nimesulide market in India is worth Rs. 200 crore. Ajanta, which has been conducting aggressiv...

Northfield Labs Receives FDA Comments

...eeking additional information before accepting the application for filing and issued a Refusal-to-File letter to ... will help us to progress to the next stage of the application process. The regulatory review will be a multi-stage process. There now will be a period of several ...

Composite fillings to hasten work procedures

... on your intended application. The most proximate application of nonbiodegradable ACP would be in orthodontics. Mixing it into the adhesive would prevent cavities from forming around the orthodontic brace via remineralization, or at least would inhibit demineralization. Another use is as a base material, or li...

Epilepsy can be predicted

...ncontrolled epilepsy. "If proven reliable, such an application would lower the medical consequences of seizures and improve the quality of life of people with epilepsy by decreasing the risk of injury, and the sense of helplessness fostered by the unpredictability of the disease."Dr David Fish, from the Institut...

Needle free future for diabetics

...phoresis is a relatively new method which uses the application of an electric field// to draw molecules into and out of the skin's barrier without the need for an injection. It could mean taking blood samples without a syringe, and administering drugs without an injection. Researchers at the University of Texa...

Leeches help in tissue transfer

... reducing the obstruction. They write, "Aggressive application of the presented leech therapy protocol can salvage free tissue transfers with venous obstruction that are otherwise unsalvageable." An average of 200 leeches were used on each patient over an average of 6.6 days. Most patients were in the intensive...

New oral antiviral treatment of cold sores approved

A supplemental new drug application (sNDA) for Valtrex (valacyclovir HCl) caplets has ... by GlaxoSmithKline which also added that this new application for Valtrex// makes it the first one-day, oral antiviral medication proven to shorten the duration o...

Indian Nationals with Foreign Medical Degrees can now practice in India

...tions should alone be consulted for filling up the application form. Application form duly completed with all pa...t be considered at any circumstances. Incomplete application forms without requisite enclosures are liable to be rejected and no correspondence whatsoever will b...

Oxygen helps heal wounds

...esearchers of the new have now suggested a topical application of oxygen, which they speculate, might be easier t...ects. For their study, they tested topical oxygen application on 58 wounds in 32 patients, who were followed up between one to eight months after treatment ended....

Tea Prevents Skin Cancer

...mproving skin cancer prevention. He says, "Topical application of certain tea polyphenols appears to block a key process that leads to skin cancer." Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States. About 1 million new cases are reported each year. Previous studies show drinking tea may preven...

Leech Therapy for Osteoarthritis

...etter than traditional topical medications.// The application of leeches to treat pain is an ancient medical pra...on for 28 days or a single treatment involving the application of four to six leeches to the affected area. At a one week follow-up, patients who received the lee...

Islets May Lead to Diabetes Cure

...pancreatic islet cells. This could lead to a broad application for patients with diabetes.The latest research is a follow up to the 2001 report of a treatment that cures advanced type 1 diabetes in mice. The new research focuses on the biological mechanism behind that accomplishment. David Nathan, M.D., director...

WHO and UNAIDS unveil plan to get 3 million AIDS patients on treatment by 2005

...iagnostics Rapid identification, dissemination and application of new knowledge and successful strategies Urgent, sustained support for countries Global leadership, strong partnership and advocac...

Islet Cells May Lead to Diabetes CureChildren

...pancreatic islet cells. This could lead to a broad application for patients with diabetes. The latest research is a follow up to the 2001 report of a treatment that cures advanced type 1 diabetes in mice. The new research focuses on the biological mechanism behind that accomplishment. Researchers, say: “These ...

Bone Marrow Cells Could Yield A New Lease of Life

...he regeneration of nerve cells, with the potential application to various neurodegenerative diseases and traumatic central nervous system damge ....

New Hair in 15 Days Could Now Be A Possibility Say Researchers

... protein is activated. Thus, through the cutaneous application of 4-OHT, the researchers could transiently activate ?-catenin signaling at will. To test the effect of ?-catenin signaling on adult hair growth, the researchers shaved the backs of telogen-phase transgenic and wild-type mice, and then applied 4-OH...

How Safe Are Your Cosmetics ?

...eroid derivatives, either by mouth or by a topical application such as a cream. Researchers caution that people with underlying skin conditions should try to use products with as few ingredients as possible in it ,for example, particularly older people should try to use plain 100 percent petrolatum as a moistu...

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