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Detecting Lung Cancer In Its Initial Stages

...ion deaths a year. // Since the disease is hard to detect in early and treatable stages, most cases are found only after the cancer has spread. Studies have shown CT scans can identify the disease in an early stage in individuals considered at high risk for lung cancer, but they also identify many noncancer...

Skin Allergies Found To Increase The Risk Of Leukemia

...s by enhancing the ability of the immune system to detect and eliminate malignant cells. Researchers say they found no link between later cancers and other allergic conditions, such as hay fever. However, since results did trend toward a higher leukemia risk among those with asthma. Thus researchers urge p...

Colonoscopy Could Also Identify Heart Attack Risk

...o identify colon cancer early, may also be able to detect heart attack risk in patients.// A virtual colonoscopy is a minimally invasive procedure that tests for colon cancer using 2-D and 3-D imaging without the sedation and higher cost of regular colonoscopies. In a recent study researchers examined the ...

Acupunture relieves pain and improves function in knee Osteoarthritis

...re designed to prevent patients from being able to detect if needles are actually inserted at treatment points. In both the sham and true acupuncture procedures, a screen prevented patients from seeing the knee treatment area and learning which treatment they received. In the education control group, 189 ...

Easier Tests To Detect Tuberculosis

...// Two new studies have discovered easier tests to detect this deadly disease in infants and children in poo...putum. Researchers found the string test helped to detect more cases of tuberculosis than did sputum induction alone. Thus researchers say more straightforwa...

The Bio-probe –“ Boon to women ?

...f them have never had a Pap smear. Pap tests can detect abnormal cells that lead to cervical cancer but the Bio – probe works on a different principle.” It’s believed that as the normal tissues progress from normal to cancer, the amount of blood and fluid in the tissues increases, and that causes a decrea...

More Dependable Screening Test For Bladder Cancer

...e is now a more dependable, less expensive test to detect bladder cancer earlier. Researchers tested the NM...rchers caution that it should not be used alone to detect bladder cancer. In order to provide an accurate diagnosis researchers say it should be combined with...

New Screening Method Found To Detect Testicular Cancer In Its Initial Stages

...caught early. // However, it is often difficult to detect the cancer before it starts to spread. Researchers now say they have discovered a new method of detecting testicular cancer before it spreads. Researchers say they have found a gene, called TFAP2C that is expressed in testicular cancer patients, whi...

Test to help detect Alzheimer's disease early

Researchers have fine-tuned the standard test to detect dementia so that it can be used to detect disease and related diseases early. The test called National Institute //of Ageing's Consortium to ...

Genes from saliva may predict oral and breast cancer

... are called salivary transcriptomes can be used to detect cell carcinoma. The researchers have been able to successfully predict the oral cancer growths in nine out of ten people. The UCLA team has developed ways to isolate the messenger RNA (mRNA) from saliva and blood serum. The mRNA carries a copy of the...

Combination of Clopidogrel-aspirin is better for preventing stroke than only aspirin

...nscranial Doppler (TCD) ultrasound for one hour to detect the microemboli in the patients’ middle cerebral artery of the brain. There were about 43.8% microscopic clots in patients who were administered the drug combo, in comparison to the other group who had 72.7% clots with only aspirin. The combination t...

Early test to detect kidney failure

...sociated lipocalin (NGAL) as an early biomarker to detect ischemic renal injury after the patient had a cardiopulmonary bypass surgery. Of the 71 children surveyed who had undergone cardiopulmonary bypass, 20 children had developed acute renal injury. The amount of NGAL in the urine at 2 hours after the by...

Strong emotions can cause heart problems

...cords of their emotions. The implanted devices can detect abnormalities in the heartbeats and can deliver electric shocks to get the heart back into the right rhythm. The patients were to record the emotions they felt and how strongly, in a scale of 1 to 5, immediately before they felt an electric shock fro...

Early diagnosis for autism from blood tests may be possible

...his may be the first test to be developed that can detect autism from the blood tests of children. Autism spectrum disorder is a range of disorders that can be seen in a mild to the most sever form. The characteristics of the disease are varying nature of ineffective communication skills; poor levels of so...

Approval for DNA test to detect cystic fibrosis

... and it can analyze DNA samples from the blood and detect genes that carry the strains of the disease, both ... totality, to diagnose the disease, as it can only detect a limited number of variations of CFTR gene, and there exists about 1300 genetic variations of CFTR ...

Colonoscopy may be better to detect colon cancer in women

...lorectal cancer, flexible sigmoidoscopy is used to detect colorectal neoplasias, which are adenomas of 1cm i...ia, or cancer. Researchers had used colonoscopy to detect presence of advanced neoplasia that may be cancerous for women who were referred for colon-cancer sc...

New kidney test a better predictor of health

...or the new test feel that this test can be used to detect health problems in elderly more accurately, as the rate of incidence of kidney malfunctions and cardiac diseases are quite high in them. The research is published in the current edition of New England Journal of Medicine...

MRI screenings may be better to identify breast cancer

...MRI and mammography screenings done annually could detect most tumors for breast cancer....

Air pollution to affect diabetes patients’ cardiovascular risks

...sed the technique of brachial artery ultrasound to detect the response of the blood vessels of the participant patients. The researchers feel there is a requirement of more intensive study to find out why diabetic patients are sensitive to air pollutants and how these pollutant particles affect the functio...

Gold to be used for cancer detection

Gold nanoparticles may be used to detect cancer, says a new study that is// published in the journal Nano Letters. The father and son research team had been able to bind the gold nanoparticles to the antibodies for cancer cells, a process that will make the tracing of cancer cells much eas...

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