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World Bank Could Have Made A World of Difference to Fight Malaria, Yet It Failed!

... the program to fight malaria had been revived and rejuvenated in the past year. Suprotik Basu, a public health specialist in the bank's malaria program said,"The story captures a lot of the bank's shortcomings from a year ago. But now we've had a year of progress."...

New discovery may help treat stroke-affected humans

...ting a protein// on the surface of brain cells has rejuvenated hopes about the possibility of repairing the human body afflicted with severe injuries such as stroke or spinal-cord damages. The findings on rats suggests that in humans it could be possible to provoke the body's own stem cells into repairing an i...

Cosmetic Surgeons Discuss Facelift Surgery

...'thread lift' is being held, wherein aging face is rejuvenated without any cut. Special types of barbed threads are inserted under the facial skin in this surgery." Cosmetic (aesthetic) surgery techniques for neck-lift, eyelid surgery, facelift and liposuction were demonstrated during the one-day workshop, orga...

How HIV "Exhausts" Killer T Cells

...al load. Ahmed’s studies showed that blocking PD-1 rejuvenated killer T cells, which directly attack viruses, but did not investigate helper T cells, which mobilize the immune system against infection. Ahmed’s findings prompted Walker and his colleagues to explore the role of the PD-1 pathway in a large popula...

Test Drug Seen as Best Hope in Decades for Tackling Parkinson's

...dy licensed for treatment for high blood pressure, rejuvenated ageing dopamine cells, the brain cells whose death causes Parkinson's, they say. The outcome among mice was so promising that the team now plan on conducting trials on human volunteers. "Our hope is that this drug will protect dopamine neurons, s...

Wrinkles can Be Really Ironed Out, Thanks to Vitamin A

...e from vanity - the researchers believe that their rejuvenated skin samples might be better able to withstand damage and less susceptible to ulceration, a frequent problem for older people in poor health. "Safe and effective therapies to reverse the atrophy of natural skin aging do not exist currently," they wro...

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