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Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia (CML) Has An Answer Now!

...e different stages of CML, but until now, they are clueless about what causes the disease to progress. In collaboration with an international group of researchers, Dr. Danilo Perrotti at the Ohio State University not only found the plant extract that effectively inhibits cell growth of CML, but also found th...

Bird Flu: Fear of the Unknown Could Put Financial Markets in a Soup

...trialized countries, financial markets, are pretty clueless to its repercussions, clearly fueled by common factors like interest rates, oil price etc. This is probably because bird flu has not wrecked large-scale havoc yet; in terms of the human deaths, 92 being the global human death count of bird flu. The...

Shanghai Doctors Clueless About Baby's Deformity

...boy, who was born with an extra arm, and were left clueless about the cause of his deformity.// The boy was taken to the Shanghai Children's Medical Centre, one of China's top hospitals for treating congenital deformities, but the doctors were unsure which of his two left arms was his stronger one and when ...

Parents ignorant about kids' immoral practices

...vers an overall picture of a generation of parents clueless about children’s immoral practices, one// third of the American teenagers have attended parties where alcohol or illegal drugs were used while their parents were at home. It doesn’t imply that parents were aware of what was happening when teenagers...

Treatment of SARS Still a Mystery

... Organization has suggested that doctors are still clueless as to what, if any, treatments may work against SARS// in the event of the return of the dreaded disease. Some 70 studies that was conducted during and after the 2003 outbreak that killed 44 people in Toronto did not find much evidence of any treat...

IBS Sufferers Benefited by Non-Absorbable Antibiotics

...educing its symptoms because researchers are still clueless about its cause. In the Dec 2000 issue of American Journal of Gastroenterology, Pimentel linked bloating, the most common symptom of IBS, to bacterial fermentation by giving lactulose breath tests to participants. This test monitors the level of hy...

Support to care takers of psychiatric patients in pieces?

... around them. The care giver however is very often clueless about many things regarding the course of psychiatric illness or what to expect at the end of treatment. The report brought out by the Health Research Board (HRB) throws light many lacunae that is present in the health care system that should be fil...

Compound Present in Plant may Help to Curb Craving for Cannabis

...oldberg as saying. The scientists, however, are clueless as to the mechanism by which MLA works. Goldberg also stressed the need for developing medications that may help cannabis addicts overcome their drug problem, and is of the opinion that more options, such as one based on MLA, must be explored. ...

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