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Detecting Colorectal Cancer

...t 300,000 deaths each year worldwide. The protein, mini chromosome maintenance protein 2 (MCM2), was found in 35 of 40 patients known to have colorectal cancer during a recent study. There was no protein found in the samples from 20 healthy individuals. Lead study author R. Justin Davies, of the MRC Canc...

New ways to help children with trauma

...earchers said that children are being treated like mini adults and put through assessment tests that were designed for adults. So now, they are also trying to find better ways to assess children after traumatic brain injury, such as how they function, walk, talk, speak, and perform other daily activities....

UK Health Department White Paper aimed at improving Health care facilities

...troduced on health care is aimed at developing new mini community hospitals which provide better and immediate help to patients in diagnosis, small surgeries, out patient consultation which helps in providing faster treatment without need of long waiting hours of patients for treatment. The new reforms ar...

Crazy Things - Children aged five joining junior gym

...s were undertaking pilot study. Some machines like mini treadmills, rowing machines and dumb-bells that resemble toys are made to attract children around four to nine. Prof Jane Wardle, an expert on childhood obesity at University College London, explains childrens can be made active, when gyms were pro...

Artificial Liver from Cord Blood Stem cells

... drug testing. According to the scientists, this mini liver, the size of a 1p coin, is just the initial ...n the procedure. New drugs can be tested in such mini organs instead of direct human trials. This is useful in avoiding several tragedies like the recent ...

People With Depression Could Be Prone to Stroke

...s of depression could face the risk of a stroke or mini stroke, says a new study. But the risk was not fou...re over four times more likely to have a stroke or mini stroke than those with lower depression scores. The risk remained elevated even after factoring in...

Saudi Arabia to Set Up Hospital in Jamia University Campus

...and lounge for medical staff. It would also have a mini operation theatre. "According to the terms of the MoU, the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia shall provide Rs.2.25 crore (Rs.22.5 million) financial assistance towards the construction of a building for the King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz Health Center. T...

New Nano-power Could Make Biopsies Sensitive and Efficient

... research has found that turning cancer cells into mini magnets by using nanoparticles could make biopsies sensitive and efficient. Researchers from the University of New Mexico and the company Senior Scientific, both in Albuquerque have found that these nanoparticles could make biopsies so insightful ...

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