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New Hope for Kidney Failure

...owth factor (HGF) or another natural factor called parathyroid hormone-related protein (PTHrP). Both groups of mice developed normal kidney functions, thus allowing the researchers to study how the high levels of HGF and PTHrP would affect kidney recovery after blood flow to the kidney was temporarily interrupte...

Hope for Patients With Kidney Failure

...owth factor (HGF) or another natural factor called parathyroid hormone-related protein (PTHrP). Both groups of mice developed normal kidney functions, thus allowing the researchers to study how the high levels of HGF and PTHrP would affect kidney recovery after blood flow to the kidney was temporarily interrupte...

Onions to prevent osteoporosis

... bone cells of newborn mice that were treated with parathyroid hormone to simulate a situation of osteoporosis. T...sue May 2005., Osteoporosis, onion, peptide, GPCS, parathyroid hormone, calcium, bone disease, loss of bone minerals...

The Benefits of Strontium in the treatment for Osteoporosis Questioned

...now possible since the introduction of recombinant parathyroid hormone (PTH). However, the use of PTH is limited by its high cost and the need for subcutaneous self-injection. Recently strontium ranelate has been licensed in the United Kingdom for the treatment of osteoporosis. The mechanism of action of stront...

Geriatric Patients With Chronic Kidney Disease May Not Be Treated Properly

...s for anemia, while only 15 percent had testing of parathyroid hormone levels. Patients with CKD were actually less likely than non-CKD patients to receive vaccinations for influenza and pneumococcal infection. Most CKD patients did not make more than two visits to a nephrologist (kidney specialist) during the ...

Larynx transplant restores patient's voice after 20 years

...ply, they also transplanted the nearby thyroid and parathyroid glands, too. The patient now has two thyroid glands, both of which appear to work, as well as eight parathyroid glands. For three months following the surgery Heidler could not swallow. But he began to rega...

Use parathyroid hormone to fight brittle bone disease

...udy conducted on more than 1600 women reveals that parathyroid hormone (parathormone) increases the patient’s bon...nother group that received 20 or 40 micro grams of parathyroid hormone every day. The women had to inject themselves daily with the hormone. Both the groups receiv...

Prostate Cancer Preventable By Vitamin D Analogs

...W and particalcitol (Zemplar) have shown to reduce parathyroid hormone levels, which regulate the metabolism of calcium and phosphorus. The study of the transgenic adenocarcinoma of mouse prostate (TRAMP) model, which develops prostate cancer as the mice age, found that both calcitriol and QW slowed the progre...

Another osteoporosis buster: onion

...lutamyl peptide did wonders and being treated with parathyroid hormone the bone cells improved resoprtion. So this study can greatly help women and their problem. onion is a new entrant for osteoporosis prevention ow. and is here to stay....

Teriparatide for Brittle Bone Disorder

... is examining the effectiveness of the synthesized parathyroid hormone, teriparatide, in increasing bone mass and...fected by OI. Teriparatide, derived from the human parathyroid gland, is manufactured and sold by Eli Lilly and Co. under the brand name FORTEO. FORTEO already is ...

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