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"Make AIDS Therapy affordable" - Physicians demand

...developing world. Speakers at the meeting focused onto deliver HIV/AIDS care in a countries, including the Ukraine, Thailand, Kenya and Cameroon. They variously noted that abject poverty, government indifference and corruption, lack of public education and cultural taboos and stigma contribute to raise i...

Gel prevents pregnancy

...o the contraceptive pill. The gel, which is rubbed onto the stomach each day, is being tested in four countries world-wide.For many women, protecting against pregnancy means the daily ritual of popping the contraceptive pill. But now there's a new option under trial.// Dr Edith Weisberg from the Family P...

The patient's voice

...r condition, through interviews. These will be put onto a website that everyone can access. The first two groups are patients with high blood pressure and prostate cancer, respectively, and these will be followed by experiences of cancer of the breast, bowel and cervix. The site will also have lots of o...

DNA biochip for genetic screening

...ditions. “We have put thousands of strands of DNA onto a chip that can screen for the genes linked to bre... patterns-less than the diameter of a human hair - onto each postage stamp-sized DNA chip. Each micromirror can be individually manipulated to reflect lig...

Drug Combinations May Boost Stroke Risk

.... Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that is released onto blood vessels by the nerves and can cause the vessels to contract. Other types of medications also increase serotonin levels, although they act through different mechanisms. When combined, these effects could be dangerous. Patients who have migraine...

Knee fat turns into cartilage

... into cartilage tissue by having the cells infused onto a special biodegradable matrix. The work has enormous potential and many applications. In years to come, those with injury to a joint or some other skeletal problem could find themselves with a ready repair material created from their own cells....

Hyperactivity Drug Can Be Added to Food

...be taken by sprinkling the contents of the capsule onto food.// And because the drug provides a day's worth of medication, children taking Metadate can avoid the social stigma of leaving the classroom to take medication. The findings are good news for the millions of people who have trouble swallowing pi...

Microscopic lens monitors heart problems

...sing of ultrasonic waves from an outside generator onto the walls of the artery. The waves can measure how the blood is flowing and so give a very early indication of any problems that might be developing. The lens system might also be applicable to other internal problems, such as the detection of small ...

Breast cancer risk seen in twins

...nced risk. It also focuses future research efforts onto looking for the genes underlying breast cancer . Hence a combination of genes is more likely to be responsible for many diseases....

Identifying bacteria made amiable

... of putting lots and lots of different bits of DNA onto a solid support and then subjecting that to some sort of reaction," explained Dr Giffard. They allow researchers to look at individual bases in a sample. The group hypothesised that instead of doing sequencing to get a reliable genetic fingerprint,...

Mutating viruses helps produce antibodies

...atella using its tail-like structures, which latch onto a specific molecule on the bacteria's surface. To...de a victim. The surface protein the phage latches onto is only present when Bordatella is in its colonizing phase. The investigators, along with collabora...

Gene glitches connecting pot with Schizophrenia

...ein, studs the surfaces of brain cells and latches onto the active chemical within marijuana known as THC. These sites are where marijuana acts on the brain.Ujike and his team examined the gene for the marijuana receptor in 115 Japanese patients with schizophrenia and an average age of 40.When they compa...

Bones repair themselves with bone marrow cells

...namically by the researchers by 'sowing' the cells onto the mesh that lies on a turning plate. The researchers who tested three differently coated pieces of mesh for cell growth and bone mineral formation found that the mesh containing fibronectin, a bone protein that plays an important role in the growt...

New genital gel could empower women against the AIDS epidemic

...at binds an HIV coat protein and stops it latching onto cells. They found that when this product was used in monkeys two hours before sex, it prevented infection in 9 out of 12 monkeys, while 12 out of 13 monkeys were infected without the antibody. This antibody, unlike certain other microbicides targets ...

Flying with caution, with SARS

...d remember that virus particles coughed or sneezed onto surfaces, like armrests and tray tables could be vulnerable carriers of SARS. Airlines follow guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that call for extra disinfections, if a SARS infected traveler was on board. Experts sug...

Same molecule found in meat, milk, tumors

...immune system targeting protein -- that would hook onto Neu5Gc. The team found Neu5Gc in human tumor samples and to a much lower degree in healthy tissue. More tests showed that most people had made their own antibodies that recognized Neu5Gc, and thus could potentially initiate an inflammatory immune re...

Some pets found to be SARS carriers

...dered whether the cultured virus was simply rubbed onto them from close contact with their recently inoculated cage mates.However researchers said too few animals were used to reach a firm conclusion about how cats and ferrets become infected....

Exercise The Best Treatment For Low Back Ache

...blems while lifting suitcases from a luggage wagon onto an airplane might be instructed to practice lifting and moving a suitcase a set number of times. The physiotherapists insisted the workers continue to exercise, despite any pain or discomfort. All the workers in the study were followed for six mont...

SARS vaccine shows promise in Animal Testing

...the virus called a plasmid. It biochemically locks onto a specific protein on the outer surface of the virus. This alerts the body's immune system to launch a counterattack against the invading virus. Scientists tested two versions of the DNA vaccine in 15 mice over a six-week period. The vaccines diffe...

Exercising The Best Form Of Treatment For Low Back Ache

...blems while lifting suitcases from a luggage wagon onto an airplane might be instructed to practice lifting and moving a suitcase a set number of times. The physiotherapists insisted the workers continue to exercise, despite any pain or discomfort. All the workers in the study were followed for six mont...

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