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A New Therapy to Protect Cancer Patients Against Infertility

...els were up in 73% of the patients, but these also subsequently returned to normal. 94% of the patients resumed spontaneous ovulation and menses within 12 months. We believe that using GnRH antagonists in this way could reduce the side effects of chemotherapy over a long period, said Dr. Stern. Other studies ha...

Ginger Spice Determined to Win Bulimia Battle

... will join a Spice Girls reunion tour this winter, subsequently spent an hour at Over/Under Eaters Anonymous. Bulimia is an eating disorder in which the subject engages in recurrent binge eating followed by intentional purging....

Spain Withdraws Contaminated Chinese Toothpaste

...EG was found in Panama, the Dominican Republic and subsequently in other American countries. Reportedly, a Chinese chemical maker had sold the industrial-grade chemical as glycerine, which is often used as a moistener or sweetener in products like toothpastes, soaps and cosmetics....

Understanding the Mechanism Underlying Embryo Development

...ological system and being able to corroborate them subsequently in vivo. In this regard, Buceta, who leads a group dedicated to modelling biological processes (the SiMBioSys) in the CeRQT, explains that the advantage of these modelling techniques is that they can simulate genetic and cell interactions as a set ...

Nodal Status is the Best Predictor in Esophageal Cancer

...ach patient were extracted during surgery and were subsequently examined for extent of residual cancer, depth of invasion, and lymph node metastasis. The patients were also assigned a tumour stage according to the TNM staging system. All patients were followed up with 6 monthly endoscopy and annual CT scans. ...

Insecticide and Repellent Combo Effective in Eliminating Malarial Mosquitoes

...eated with the two mixtures in the laboratory were subsequently tested in field trials, in the rice-growing area 40 km North of Bobo-Dioulasso, in Burkina Faso. This area has the specificity of harbouring two different forms of Anopheles gambiae. The first appears in May and June in the rice-fields. It shows no r...

Children Born After PGD as Healthy as Kids Born After ART

...esting of the embryos. Only unaffected embryos are subsequently transferred to the womb. "Because embryos are biopsied in PGD procedures, and this constitutes an additional manipulation of a delicate organism, we set out to study whether this had any effect on the health of children who were born as a result of...

Phase II Data Show Efficacy and Tolerability of Tapentadol in Chronic Pain Treatment

... this study underwent a titration period, and were subsequently treated with a fixed dose of either tapentadol ER 100 mg, 200 mg, oxycodone HCl CR 20 mg, or placebo, all bid (twice daily). Patients who received tapentadol ER 200 mg bid experienced a significant improvement in pain intensity compared to patient...

A New Signaling Mechanism in Drosophila

... signal by different pathways and that these cells subsequently act together to send the signal to the target cell. In this manner, the receptor cell receives the signal from two distinct sources. Jordi Casanova (IRB Barcelona/CSIC) explains that different types of cells working together to send a message can b...

Germany Confirms Second Bird Flu Outbreak

...farm in the Czech Republic, and 6,000 turkeys were subsequently slaughtered. Germany has only recorded one incidence of the feared virus on a farm, in April 2006, after which more than 21,000 poultry were killed....

Testosterone Cream Ineffective in Enhancing Libido in Female Cancer Survivors

... questionnaire in the beginning of the program and subsequently at four and eight weeks regarding their desire for sex. The finding revealed, there was no difference in libido between the two groups. Instead both groups showed a marginal increase in libido, portraying a placebo effect, rather than the effect of t...

Scientists Discover Rare gene-for-gene Interaction That Helps Bacteria Kill Their Host

...discoveries have been made using insects that have subsequently allowed important advances in understanding how the human immune system works. As part of their innate immune system, insects use an enzyme called phenoloxidase to produce reactive molecules that kill bacteria and then encapsulate them in a dense c...

Researchers Identifies Molecules That is Effective in Fighting Against Breast Cancer

...search. Scientists from the Albany Medical College subsequently synthesized the predicted molecules and showed that they were indeed potential anti-breast cancer compounds in animal systems. A paper detailing the research, Computational Design and Experimental Discovery of an Anti-estrogenic Peptide Derived fr...

Scientists Saying Against Trees Sparks Debate

... with a heavy carbon isotope, 13C. If the plants subsequently emitted methane (13CH4), it would be easy to spot above the background of light (12CH4) methane in the air. Photo-acoustic spectroscopy (a laser-based measuring technique) was used to detect the gas. Dueck said it showed that even a large mass of p...

Researchers Develop Model That Aids in Treating Stroke Patients

...in the mechanism of how tPA gets into the clot and subsequently breaks it up. The researchers found that at 33 degrees Celsius, clots exposed to tPA lose only 8.8 percent of their mass, compared with 12 percent at 37 degrees Celsius. So, if youre administering therapeutic hypothermia and tPA at the same time,...

Myths About Melanoma Could Lead to Delayed Diagnosis and Treatment

...go marked by larger and thicker lesions it would subsequently destroy the surrounding hair follicles, noted Dr. Baker. Today, dermatologists are diagnosing melanomas much earlier, when the lesions are thinner and before hair follicles are wiped out. This study clearly illustrates that melanoma can defy the odds...

Trauma Exposure can Affect Brain Function Several Years After Event

...iving at least 200 miles from New York on 9/11/01 subsequently moved to the New York metropolitan area at the time of the MRI scanning. According to the study, participants who were within 1.5 miles of the World Trade Center on 9/11 had significantly higher bilateral amygdala activity to fearful versus calm fa...

Most Parents in U.S. Not in Favor of HPV Vaccine Mandates

...e Networks online KnowledgePanelSM. The sample was subsequently weighted to reflect the U.S. population figures from the U.S. Census Bureau. About two-thirds of the sample were parents. Parents were asked if they would support a state law that requires girls to get the HPV vaccine before entering into ninth gra...

Journal Sleep: Advanced Cancer Patients Have Less Quality Sleep

... who had stage four cancer. The subjects, who were subsequently followed for up to 10 months, were administered self-rated questionnaires, including an evaluation of one's quality of sleep, quality of life, mental and physical component, and pain. The findings indicate a relationship between poor sleep quality ...

HHS Buys Next Generation Smallpox Vaccine

...eers. Large-scale manufacturing of the vaccine was subsequently performed. Several Phase II clinical studies are now either under way or planned, in healthy individuals and in individuals with weakened immune systems. The purpose of these studies is to further assess the safety of the vaccine, and also to begin t...

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