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New breast cancer drug appears encouraging

According to a new research, oxygen therapy at home reduces hospitalisation in those with lung disease. Researchers at the University Hospital of Denmark, have studied the effects of oxygen on 200 patients with smoker's lungs - where the blood becomes deficient in oxygen. //The oxygenation was begun in an outpatient clinic, then continued at home. ....Having oxygen therapy, for at least 15 hours...

Bridge to liver transplant looks encouraging

According to researchers a device that filters toxins from the blood can buy a patient time while waiting for a liver transplant. Liver failure is a relatively common problem and most often the only cure is a transplant.// But donated livers are in short supply and many patients die while waiting for one. Research on an artificial liver has been going on for many years now, but the liver is such...

Global Fund Policy Encouraging Drug Resistance

WHO has warned Global Fund, the world's leading funder of treatments for infectious disease, that its current policy of Treating AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria// carried a risk of causing drug resistance. ..However as health exp...

Scientists Claim Encouraging Progress On Hereditary Diseases

Scientists have assembled to report encouraging and innovative strategies and ..probable future therapies for Huntington's disease// and related disorders. ....The Hereditary Disease Foundation convened HD 2006: Changes, Advances and Good News (CAG)n in Cambridge, Massachusetts, hosting a group of emeritus scientists world over have assembled for 4 days from 10th to 14th of August for an intens...

Encouraging a Lifetime of Healthy Skin Right from the Beginning

Almost right from the beginning of a child’s life, parents encourage their children to be healthy eaters while being active and fit. This also is an important time to promote healthy skin care. //Whether washing the delicate skin of an infant or providing effective treatment for toddlers with eczema, there are numerous ways parents and dermatologists can work together to keep children’s skin clea...

Britain’s Mental Health Scene Encouragin

According to the annual report of UK’S National Institute of Mental Health, not only is the rates of suicides lowest ever, there are also definite steps // being taken to ensure that suicide attempts in the nation are reduced by 20 percent, within the next three years. .. At the same time there are concerns by the organization for those patients registered with them, who are not compliant with t...

Doctors Warned Against Encouraging Elective Caesareans

A study by American scientists has added a new weapon of defense against elective caesarean operations//. ..The study lead by Dr Qiuying Yang, from the University of Ottawa and published in an international journal of obstetrics and gynecology -BJOG, has linked C-sections to a very strong risk of future pregnancy complications, arising from problems concerned with the placenta. .. Based on a mi...

Amrubicin Shows Encouraging Results for Small Cell Lung Cancer Treatment

CHICAGO, Pharmion Corporation today released interim findings from its Phase II, multi-center clinical study of Amrubicin, the company's third-generation synthetic anthracycline currently in development for the treatment of small cell lung cancer. ......These findings indicate favorable interim results in terms of response rate and safety when comparing Amrubicin to the current treatment standa...

Doctors Warned Against Encouraging Elective Caesareans

A study by American scientists has added a new weapon of defense against elective caesarean operations . ...The study lead by Dr Qiuying Yang, from the University of Ottawa and published in an international journal of obstetrics and gynecology -BJOG, has linked C-sections to a very strong risk of future pregnancy complications, arising from problems concerned with the placenta. ... Based on a m...
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