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An Anti-cancer Smart Bomb delivered using a Nanocell

A nanocell that can work like a smart bomb for cancer treatment is to be reported in Nature by MIT. ....The nanocell will work by penetrating into the tumor, seal the opening and then deliver the lethal dose of anti-cancer toxins like a ‘stealth bimb’.// This will leave the healthy cells unharmed. ....The experiments currently done on mice cancer like melanoma and lung cancer have the potential...

Drugs Delivered Into CNS More Effective In Treating Rheumatoid Arthritis

In a new approach to treating rheumatoid arthritis (RA), researchers found that drugs delivered into the central nervous system worked better in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, at least in arthritic rats.// In the research carried out on arthritic rats, the researchers delivered the drug directly into the spinal cord to block the p38 protein, a protein critical to the development of RA....

Hepatitis C : By No Means Lily-livered! Beware

Hepatitis C has become the scourge of multitude of Queenslanders, with nearly thousands of them fighting a relentless battle with the disease//, underlining the importance of early medical intervention in the successful treatment of the disease. Hepatitis C is caused by a virus that targets the liver, which can also turn fatal. ....The University of New South Wales have rolled out figures that s...

Conjoined Twins Will be delivered by C-Section on Thursday

Felicia Simms, a pregnant woman aged 21 years, expecting twins joined at the head , will undergo by caesarean section at the BC Women's Hospital and Health Centre// on Thursday. Attending a pre-operation press conference, Ms Simms, speechless with emotion, said in-between tears,...
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