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First Vaccine Designed for Africa Cleared for Testing in Humans

...ne candidate designed specifically for Africa will enter human trials this summer. The International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI) announced on July 11 at the 13th International AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa, that the Medicines Control Agency (MCA) of the United Kingdom has approved Phase I t...

Apollo Hospitals to consider listing on US Bourses in 2003

... said Apollo Hospitals had also firmed up plans to enter health insurance and had initiated talks with some insurance companies to function as a third party administrator. He also added that the revenue this year will be to the tune of 33 crores as against 25 crores last financial year....

Radioactive Seeds used in Prostate Cancer treatment can migrate with the body

... these pellets can erode through blood vessels and enter other areas of the body. In more than 35% of the cases, these pellets end up in the lungs, causing increased risk of radiation to the patients. These findings were presented at the annual meeting of the American Urological Association. As a precau...

RANBAXY - enters anti-AIDS segment

...y's largest pharmaceutical company, is planning to enter the anti-AIDS drugs segment. According to Ranbaxy's regional director for India and west Asia, S D Kaul, the company is in a position to launch Lamivudine, Nevirapine, Aabacavir and Indinavir products in the Indian market shortly.// Ranbaxy's subsid...

A new drug for cancer

...ully, other drugs will finish it off. DMXAA should enter full clinical trials towards the end of next year....

The mouth-heart connection

...rmal CRP levels. // It may be that oral bacteria enter the circulation via the gums, and then trigger the liver to make more CRP. Previous studies suggest that CRP contributes to inflammation of the coronary arteries, so encouraging the deposition of fatty plaque which narrows the vessels. In fact, CRP i...

The mouth-heart connection

...rmal CRP levels. // It may be that oral bacteria enter the circulation via the gums, and then trigger the liver to make more CRP. Previous studies suggest that CRP contributes to inflammation of the coronary arteries, so encouraging the deposition of fatty plaque which narrows the vessels. In fact, CRP i...

Micro-camera provides new breast imaging technique

...“micro-camera”. // The camera – small enough to enter the opening in a nipple – is able to view the lining of the milk ducts from the inside to determine the presence of cancerous cells before they spread beyond the ducts. Images are relayed to television screens from which doctors can evaluate cells fo...

Gene Therapy For Cystic Fibrosis

...e one used in the mouse experiments doesn't easily enter human cells. Also, it's important to remember that the mouse experiment did not cure cystic fibrosis, but it did show promise of easing symptoms....

New drug may stop alopecia

...ng GW8510 directly to the scalp, the drug does not enter the bloodstream and affects only the hair cells and not the cancer cells....

Lethal Heart Condition linked To Cocaine Use

...the lining of the vessel, which can allow blood to enter and rip it even further. The dissection may stop blood from reaching critical organs, or even cause the aorta to rupture. Researchers reviewed hospital charts looking for cases of aortic dissection. They recorded information on cocaine use and coro...

Attempting Hypnosis for relaxation

...y it is being used, and how readily the person can enter the altered awareness of the hypnotic state, say doctors at the Mayo Clinic. But most people can benefit from a simple form of self hypnosis. This involves finding a quiet place, where you will be undisturbed (turn off the phone) and sitting or lyi...

Attacking therapy with electricity

...es in the cell membrane so that drug molecules can enter into the cell. When the pulse is stopped, the holes close up again so the drug stays inside. Research so far has applied electroporation to cancer chemotherapy, the delivery of DNA for gene therapy, and to the delivery of drugs for a range of medic...

Microwave radiation has no hazards

...ier" effect. People have to pass physical exams to enter the Navy, he said, and must maintain their fitness while in service. Therefore, veterans are likely healthier to begin with than the general population, and may tend to exercise more....

Developing HIV fighter

...or the production of proteins used by the virus to enter and infect cells. RNA carries the blueprint for constructing proteins.// Dr. Phillip Sharp, at the University of Texas, said that, if many obstacles can be surmounted this could be a basis for intervention in HIV treatment. The work was conducted in...

New device aids esophagal cancer

...but could be fatal during sleep, when material may enter the lungs. Researchers at the Medical College of Wisconsin have developed a new anti-reflux valve that prevents this from happening. In a trial of 42 consecutive patients, half received a conventional tube, the other a tube with the valve. In the f...

Second hope for men with erectile dysfunction

...fter sexual stimulation. This allows more blood to enter and an erection to occur. However, those men for whom Viagra did work, but did not help perform well, the chances of success may be much higher with the new drugs. And finally, all three drugs share similar side effects(headaches & heartburn) and pre...

Stopping Prostate Cancer from Spreading

... cancer cells to leave their original location and enter nearby blood vessels.// After entering the blood vessels, cells can easily spread to the rest of the body.Results of the study show RKIP plays a vital role in vascular invasion, the term for what happens before a tumor spreads. Tumors that produce ...

Heart disease diagnosed by dentist?

...f bacteria in the infected gums dislodge, they can enter the bloodstream, attach to blood vessels and increase clot formation. That in turn decreases the blood flow to the heart, increasing chances of a heart attack and aggravating high blood pressure....

S. Africa AIDS in 'death phase'

...-- a number that seems sure to grow as more people enter late stages of the disease without drug treatment. Reports have shown, that in one major South African hospital, King Edward in Durban, an estimated 90 percent of hospital patients were HIV positive....

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