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Cure for Hepatitis B

...otanical name - stopped the Hepatitis B virus from multiplying and cleared up symptoms within a month in 30% of all cases they studied. Hepatitis B is common in Asia, particularly in the sub-continent and China, and traditional Indian medical practice has long-standing methods for its treatment. Dr S Thiagra...

Eleutherobin From Coral Fights Cancer Cells

...ls in the tissue of a person. Cancer cells keep on multiplying without paying head to the body's command to stop. This abnormal growth of cells destroys the normal structure and the function of the affected tissue and the body in general. Among other cancers oral cancer is one of the most common causes of death....

Britney Spears Donates $50 000 To Support Cancer Patients

...ls in the tissue of a person. Cancer cells keep on multiplying without paying head to the body's command to stop. This abnormal growth of cells destroys the normal structure and the function of the affected tissue and the body in general. Among other cancers oral cancer is one of the most common causes of death....

Dosage Of Tamiflu Sought To Be Increased

... 75 milligrams. The virus is also reported to be multiplying to higher levels when compared to other normal human viruses, and a resistant virus has also been emerging, making it necessary to administer a higher dosage of the medicine. A total of 15 localities in Vietnam have already been hit by the virus, l...

Fine Polymer Scaffolding – a Boon for Skin Reconstructio

... introduced and attach themselves to the scaffold, multiplying until they eventually grow over it. When placed over the wound, the scaffold dissolves harmlessly over 6 to 8 weeks, leaving the patient's skin cells behind. This new approach to skin reconstruction has been developed by a team of chemists, materia...

Human Brain Cells Might Have The Self Potential For Healing

... be emerging from the gray matter of the brain and multiplying in torrents, or perhaps the aging clock of the mature cells actually turns backward when the donor cells are in a new environment, returning them to past lives as progenitors or as stem cells. "It's been shown that the same sorts of tissue from th...

Beware of Chikungunya !!

...ue-chikungunya spreading mosquito Aedes aegypti is multiplying in unusually high numbers. A study by this department shows that in a sample of 100 larvae, only one or two larvae were of the usual malaria causing Anopheles mosquito! Aedes aegypti mosquito density is 60% higher than last year. This makes chikun...

A New drug Developed To Fight The Bio-Terrorism Threat Of VEE Virus

...hat will inhibit its activity, stop the virus from multiplying in infected individuals, and prevent VEE outbreaks from spreading." VEE protease inhibitors would function much like the protease inhibitors taken by people infected with HIV, Watowich said, but since human and equine immune systems could quickly o...

Salmonella Bacteria Are Deceptive

...nd hides from macrophages before entering them and multiplying inside them. This is ironical since macrophages are the cells meant to detect such bacteria. Just how Salmonella escapes detection by macrophages, turning predator cells to prey complicit in promoting infection, has seemed impossibly complicated, a...

Now a Robot to Treat Baldness

...removing hair follicles from the back of the neck, multiplying them and then re-implanting the cells, reported the online edition of BBC News. It initially tested the treatment on seven men with male pattern baldness, five of whom grew hair. They are to test the treatment on 20 more men. The most common form...

Encouraging a Lifetime of Healthy Skin Right from the Beginning

...er, warts that are bothersome, painful, or rapidly multiplying should be treated by a dermatologist. There are many treatments for warts, including topical treatments that are applied directly to the wart such as salicylic acid, liquid nitrogen or cantharidin. Less common, but still of concern for children, is...

Hair-Growth Drug Artificially Lowers Psa Levels in Prostate Cancer Screening

.... Doctors need to adjust the PSA interpretation by multiplying it times two for these men.” Finasteride was initially developed in the 1990s for the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), better known as enlarged-prostate disease, and was first approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for th...

Aggressive Stem Cells Might Improve Transplant Outcome

...rrent harvesting method are especially vigorous in multiplying and producing T lymphocytes. In humans, the loss of many of these vigorous stem cells from the transplant might contribute to the delay in rebuilding the immune system—a time lag that leaves children exposed to serious infections. The St. Jude fin...

New Generation - Medicinal Products

... much wider variety of polymers is available, thus multiplying the chances that an active substance will find its appropriate biodegradable excipient. These promising results have given rise to the filing of two patents. An unquestioned advance in the daily routine of patients, this technique might also be po...

Scientists Find Potential Weakness In Plague Germ

...t is a two-phase disease that begins with bacteria multiplying rapidly in the lungs, but with no symptoms. About 36 hours after exposure, the disease progresses into a second phase, with a lot of inflammation and symptoms. Bacteria invade the spleen and other organs and an overwhelming, rapidly developing pneu...

Body Mass Index: Do You Know Yours?

...ght in pounds by height in inches squared and then multiplying this answer by 703. A BMI of 18.5 to 24.9 is considered the healthiest. People with a BMI between 25 and 29.9 are considered overweight. BMI numbers over 30 indicate obesity. What about other measures? Both waist circumference and waist-to-hip rat...

Researchers Developing New Therapy to Re-activate Silenced Genes

...nds are employed to stimulate the death of rapidly multiplying cells. The molecule known as SAHA recently received approval by the Food and Drug Administration for use in cancer therapy and is the first of the histone deacetylase inhibitors to be marketed. "The use of histone deacetylase inhibitors in medici...

British Scientists Develop Artificial Skin

...obtained from an anonymous donor - are coaxed into multiplying and producing collagen. After six or seven weeks, the cells and collagen knit together to form a section of skin-like material. "We envisage that it could be made in different sizes allowing it to be fitted together like a jigsaw, Richard Moulson,...

Now, Store Your Body's Immune System for Future Use Against Deadly Diseases

... process could be repeated perhaps once a year, by multiplying up and re-storing fractions of the samples," DelaRonde said. However, it might not be possible to generate all the white blood cells, for some types of white blood cell, such as macrophages, are not seen to survive freezing....

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