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GLEEVEC - An Oral treatment for leukemia

...do not have any symptoms of cancer,but the disease progresses slowly. In the chronic phase, bone marrow transplantation is the only known cure. But there are many problems and side effects regarding the tranplantation which makes it more difficult to perform. Gleevec has produced higher remission rates in c...

GLEEVEC - An Oral treatment for leukemia

...do not have any symptoms of cancer,but the disease progresses slowly. In the chronic phase, bone marrow transplantation is the only known cure. But there are many problems and side effects regarding the tranplantation which makes it more difficult to perform. Gleevec has produced higher remission rates in c...

Health at heights

...f shivering and an inability to think straight. It progresses until the sufferer loses consciousness, their breathing comes close to stopping and the pulse is extremely weak. It can be prevented by wearing many layers of clothing, drinking plenty of fluids and hot drinks (but not alcohol) and keeping well nouri...

Early therapy aids eyesight

...tudy, Anders Heijl, M.D., Ph.D., suspects glaucoma progresses at different speeds in patients and those with an aggressive form of the disease were not helped much by treatment. The most common form of glaucoma affects nearly 1.0 million people over age 45. While doctors find treating eye pressure may help slo...

Human Antibody That Can Block SARS

...ntagious and occasionally fatal illness that often progresses to pneumonia.// The virus killed nearly 800 people in a global outbreak last year. Researchers now say that they’ve discovered a human antibody that blocks infection caused by the SARS virus. Researchers from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and e...

Predicting The Risk Of Preeclampsia During Pregnancy

...o excrete protein in their urine. If the condition progresses to eclampsia, potentially life-threatening seizures can result.While doctors can treat the seizures and high blood pressure associated with the condition, only delivery of the baby can resolve the problem. Findings from a new study suggest a simple ...

Endometriosis And Its Association With Migraine

...d organs in the abdominal cavity. As the condition progresses its symptoms include pain, bleeding, inflammation, adhesions and infertility. Researchers say they have now found evidence that women with endometriosis are at higher risk of having migraines. Researchers studied 133 women with endometriosis and a ...

PET Scanner detects more Vaginal cancer than CT scans

...etter selection of treatment’. The vaginal cancer progresses in the known fashion, and if the staging of the tumour can be accurately predicted before treatment were to start the doctors can be sure of the modality of the treatment and where to target radiation treatment. "In 1999, we began publishing papers...

Researchers Gather Stem Cells From Discarded Placenta

...man body. Researchers feel that if the technology progresses suitably, then it might be possible to preserve the stem cells from amniotic epithelium for future emergencies of the newborn child. However the researchers also point out the fact that despite the similarities between the amniotic epithelial cells a...

New Blood Test To Detect Iron Level In Infants

... development, possibly permanently, even before it progresses to anemia (clinically identified as a low hemoglobin level). The study, done at Children’s Hospital Boston, is the first to compare the test, called CHr, with the standard hemoglobin test as a screen for iron deficiency in infants. Hemoglobin is th...

Helicobacter pylori Antibiotic Treatment of Peptic Ulcer May not Prevent Gastric lymphomas

...nce of the described work is that gastric lymphoma progresses more rapidly upon secondary infection. Because resting B cells are left behind following antibiotic treatment, re-infection by H. pylori promotes the existing B cells to progress quickly into tumors. Therefore, it is important that treated patients b...

Importance Of Early Diagnosis And Treatment For Muscular Dystrophy Patients

...bound and often physically inactive. Heart disease progresses quickly, leading to premature death, often before 25 years of age. According to new research published online (October 24, 2005) in the journal Circulation, early diagnosis and treatment of DCM in DMD/BMD patients may lead to ventricular remodeling ...

Illegal Drug Use In England Mounting Up At An Alarming Rate

...eading to changes in individual behaviour. It soon progresses to an addictive stage characterized by compulsive drug craving, seeking and use. The effects of drug abuse can be disastrous especially in individuals with concomitant cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease, hepatitis, AIDS/HIV, stroke and cance...

Alzheimer's a new type of diabetes: Study

...t resembles a unique form of diabetes mellitus and progresses // with severity of neuro-degeneration. In their study, to be published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, researchers demonstrate that insulin and its receptors drop significantly in the brain during the early stages of Alzheimer's disease, a...

Air pollution increases asthma in Canada

... hence they are prone to wheezing which eventually progresses to asthma. The causative agents present in the outdoor air that are suspected in asthma include ground-level ozone and small particulates. It is also said that about a quarter of Canadian residents live in homes built before the 1960s and may be e...

Gum Disease Affects Diabetic Children Earlier Than Anticipated

...leven years. If the gum disease is not treated, it progresses to periodontitis, which could result in early tooth loss. The study is progressing and ultimately aims to examine 700 children. "It will be extremely interesting to see the results from the entire cohort and to further explore if specific diabetes-as...

Alzheimer's Disease Progresses Rapidly In Highly Educated

...d with a later age of onset among the educated, it progresses more rapidly. In other words, in highly educated people, a rapid decline is noted following onset of Alzheimer's manifestations, in the opinion of Dr Nikolaos Scarmeas, senior researcher involved in the study. The researchers analyzed the disease p...

Drug Addiction Recovery Buffered by Spirituality

...ls markedly improved life satisfaction as recovery progresses as well as a decrease in stress when people were inclined to spirituality. The results were published in the Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly. The scientific study was conducted with the support of the National Institute on Drug Abuse and the Peter M...

Cyclone Glenda brings Threat of Fatal Mosquito–borne Diseas

...oms must seek urgent medical aid. As the disease progresses fits, coma, and even permanent brain damage are possible eventualities. Precautionary measures to avoid mosquito bites included staying indoors at dusk and at night; use of insect screens, mosquito repellents and wearing protective clothing....

Children Of Snoring Parents Are More Likely To Inherit Themselves

...od snoring. "We would like to know how the snoring progresses as the child ages. Does it stop, continue or escalate? We will continue to follow these children through age 5 years to answer these questions," Dr. Kalra said....

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