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In-Vivo Gene Therapy Technique to Cure XSCID in Basset Pups

...ute of Allergy and Infectious Disease introduced a retro virus which acts as a vector for the correct gene of XSCID. The results of their study were presented in the journal Blood. In humans; XSCID affects one in 100,000 boys, resulting from the inheritance of a faulty gene on one of the mother's X-chrom...

Retro Running Is Found To Be More Advantageous

...ecome popular among health freaks. It is said that retro exercise doesn't put as much strain on the knees w...anics department at the University of Oregon it is retro running which has significantly helped people to recover from knee-joint surgery and injuries rangin...

AIDS –spreading like wildfire in Chin

... 650,000 HIV infected persons in China . But HIV a retro virus, is known to mutate rapidly if medication is not taken in the required dosage and at proper time intervals and this can pose an even more difficult obstacle in the way of treatment. Many with AIDS have begun to show signs of resistance to anti ...

Children of a lesser God?

...lts who suffer from HIV infection who receive anti retro viral therapy to battle the illness//, only half of all children with Aids stand the chance of receiving life saving drugs. Sadly, out of the over two million children world wide that is affected by Aids often less than one-tenth get medical attentio...

Interrupted Treatment Dangerous to HIV Management

...nd also suffer from toxic side effects of the anti retro viral drugs that are used for treatment. In the initial days when antiretroviral drugs were introduced for the first time, ARV drugs helped to control HIV infection in a big way. However, these drugs are known to cause grave side effects, such as co...

Red Ribbons, Curls and Retro Hairstyles Popular on Valentine's Day

... heart-shaped accessories naturally dominated, the retro Sadhana cut and Dev Anand cowlick made a comeback as crowning glory this Valentine's Day, say// hairstyle gurus. Hair salons registered up to 75 percent increase in clientele during the last week as young romantics spruced up on grooming rituals in...

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