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Antibiotics losing their power against acne

...The scientists are also probing the possibility of harnessing a therapeutic vaccine to prevent acne. If successful, this can prove to be an effective solution for millions of patients, most of them teenagers, suffering from physical and psychological trauma of severe acne....

Recouping blood flow after a stroke

...miting the damage to the brain in human stroke, by harnessing the brain's own self-healing power....

Treatment for cholesterol-related illnesses likely with the discovery of receptor in mice

...ar away the cholesterol. The study suggested that harnessing PXR could benefit people with high cholesterol worldwide, apart from those patients suffering from CTX. They further added that CTX and other cholesterol-related illnesses could be treated or possibly even prevented with existing drugs like rifampici...

Hope For Patients With Muscular Dystrophy

...s those of their normal siblings. Doctors believe harnessing the gene could one day help people with muscle-wasting diseases like muscular dystrophy. Elite athletes are also interested in the science and its potential to increase muscle mass in healthy people too. Thus researchers say , that their research giv...

T-waves to sweep over imaging technology

...il recently, researchers have had great difficulty harnessing the potential of the THz region, largely because of a lack of suitable radiation sources. Biomedical imaging and genetic diagnostics are two of the most obvious potential applications of this technology. Equally promising is the ability to investigat...

Lymph Cell Growth In Eyes Related To Macrophages

... group without the drug. Researchers believe that harnessing this newly found ability of the macrophages could lead to the creation of new drugs or therapies for eye disease. For instance, inducing new “temporary” lymph vessels in retinas could aid in treating diabetic retinopathy by removing fluids leaking fr...

LINK Applied Genomics Programme Promises To Revolutionize Healthcare Systems

... 23 industrial partners to identify new methods of harnessing the human genome. This £30 million research programme is centered on providing maximum information about the human genome and effective incorporates areas in biomedicine and healthcare. Following are some highlights of the programme: * Nerve tissu...

Serotonin the Answer for Anti-Obesity Treatment

...ate body weight, the more it one day might lead to harnessing beneficial properties of anti-obesity treatments like Fen-phen and minimizing the harmful side effects," said Dr. Joel Elmquist, professor of internal medicine at UT Southwestern and co-senior author of the study. In the United States, about 66 per...

Alternative therapies for ADHD

...like using tools like weighted vests and blankets, harnessing children to biofeedback machines, treating kids for imbalances of the inner ear and yeast infections -- even hanging youngsters upside down on the monkey bars and encouraging them to chew gum to burn off energy, have been tried by parents for years. ...

NDDB Launches Economical Hepatitis-B Vaccine

...y available vaccines in the market. IIL would be harnessing its extensive network of more than 2000 Abhay clinics to make its products available. Institutional channels will also be tapped to widen the reach of these vaccines. <BR...

Novel Vaccine Shows Promise against Early Stage Breast Cancer

.... To build on these successes, researchers are now harnessing what they have learned about treating breast cancer and applying it to possible methods of prevention to reduce the total incidence of the disease. One study presented today at the American Association for Cancer Research’s Frontiers in Cancer Preven...

A Vaccine against Cancer

... way totally different from existing treatments by harnessing the patient's own immune system to fight the disease. Data from a trial involving 34 people with kidney cancer that is renal cell carcinoma was revealed at a medical conference in Prague from the Phase II trial, in which these people had the vaccin...

AMSA Launches General Practice Student Network

...misunderstood. The GPSN will be a fantastic way of harnessing the interest of medical students, and inspiring them to learn more about what this valuable specialty has to offer.” Mr. Joe Rotella, AMSA National Coordinator and fifth-year medical student, will be the inaugural chair of the Network. “I am delig...

AMSA Launches General Practice Student Network

...misunderstood. The GPSN will be a fantastic way of harnessing the interest of medical students, and inspiring them to learn more about what this valuable specialty has to offer. Mr. Joe Rotella, AMSA National Coordinator and fifth-year medical student, will be the inaugural chair of the Network. I am delight...

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