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Umbilical Cord Blood Banking of Negligible Value: Experts

...m cells could be collected from the bone marrow or mobilized from the peripheral blood, as is the current practice. Thus, failure to collect cord blood cells at birth is unlikely to be detrimental," Seth maintained. Doctors also said that India is yet to achieve success in stem cell transplants. "At AIIMS,...

RVF Kills 14 in Kenya

...wing the floods. To conclude, the government has mobilized additional medical and veterinary personnel to the affected districts and is also involved in the distribution of insecticide-treated mosquito nets. SRI...

Cancer Care Compromised by Cost

... August NICE, had pointed that unless local Trusts mobilized funds, they would be unable to cover the entire costs of drugs like Herceptin to patients. Herceptin is a drug that can fight cancer by targeting a protein, the HER2 protein, which can trigger off tumors. Almost 20% of breast cancers are noted to be ...

Striving to Make India Free from Tooth Decay

...al check-ups being conducted in 6 cities, OHM 2005 mobilized over 3,600 dentists to expand this to 50 cities. In 2006, Colgate and IDA have scaled up their reach with approximately 5,000 dentists across 102 cities. The free dental check-ups will be held at the clinics of the dentists in each of the 102 cities,...

Researchers claim That Regular Use Of Hib Vaccine In Africa Could Eliminate H. Influenza totally.

...n Africa. If countries, donors and industry can be mobilized to introduce Hib vaccine into the countries that need it the most, the parents, children and healthcare providers in Africa could see the same virtual elimination of this devastating disease as seen in industrialized countries. Surveillance to moni...

Bone Marrow Cells Aid In Heart Repair

...onstrated that these bone marrow cells are quickly mobilized to the damaged heart region following a heart attack. Once in the damaged area, the cells produce chemicals that trigger the growth of new blood vessels--an important step in repairing the injured heart. The research also demonstrated that a specifi...

President Bush Urges Citizens to Invest In Health Savings Account (HSAs)

...tax dollars. At the time of need, the funds can be mobilized to pay for the medical expense. High deductible health insurance policies and lowest annual premium rates are coupled with the HSAs. In order to make it look more attractive, several measures have been planned that would be implemented in this year...

Stem cells mobilized by hyperbaric oxygen

... are crucial to injury repair. Stem cells can be mobilized by several stimuli, including drugs. However, the hyperbaric oxygen treatments carry a significantly lower risk of side effects. “This is the safest way clinically to increase stem cell circulation, far safer than any of the pharmaceutical options...

Depression Can Worsen Heart Disease

...ins called cytokines, chemical messengers that are mobilized when the body is injured or has an infection. These cytokines often cause inflammation in their effort to repair an injured or infected area of the body. In the case of heart failure, this inflammation makes it even more difficult for the heart to pu...

New Supplement Found To Be Effective Against Sunburn

...st discovered in 1968, it is the first antioxidant mobilized by the cell for defence. It is thought to be more powerful than antioxidant vitamins as it activates the body's productions of its own antioxidants, including catalase and glutathione peroxidase. In a randomized, double-blind study at Center Hospit...

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