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A new century of Alzheimer's disease research

...mer’s risk. This meant that a compound that could successfully and significantly lower AB42 must be one without such severe side effects. So, the first NSAIDs that Drs. Golde and Koo screened were known as COX2 inhibitors because they were believed to be safer. (NSAIDs reduce inflammation because they target enz...

Advanced therapy offers cure for relapsed cancer patient

...involves multiple courses of cisplatin, first used successfully in the treatment of this disease by Lawrence Einhorn, M.D., at Indiana University Cancer Center in the early 1980s. That course of therapy turned a disease from a mostly fatal cancer into one of the more curable forms of cancer for men, who typically...

Infertility Breakthrough With First Birth from Lab-matured Egg

...hen vitrified could survive thawing, be fertilised successfully and result in a viable pregnancy after embryo transfer," said Hananel Holzer, who led the team from the McGill Reproductive Center in Montreal. "We have demonstrated for the first time that it is possible to do this and, so far, we have achieved fo...

First Baby Born from Eggs Matured and Frozen in the Lab

...o late," Holzer said. "The technique has not yet successfully been demonstrated in cancer patients, who might be expected to make up the majority of those wishing to preserve their fertility using this method," Holzer added. Holzer suggested that healthy women can actually resort to this procedure to preserve...

Electric Field Therapy to Zap Cancerous Tumours

...ents. The researchers have tested the treatment successfully on 15 types of cancer cells, including human breast, lung and skin cancer cells so far and are hoping that the therapy might be useful in treating a variety of cancers. "Our basic assumption is that the treatment will be effective for most types of...

NHSs Golden Handshake Shocks People

...nded to oversee that merger. But, Peterborough PCT successfully fought to remain independent, as they did not want to be merged with the other trusts which were encumbered with millions in debt. This left the other three to become the new Cambridgeshire PCT, with Mr. Town as acting chief executive. But Mr. Town ...

New Strategy to Counter Problem Drinking

...dy also suggests that practically any doctor could successfully administer nalmefene in a wide variety of medical settings. It is an attempt to get the drug out of the sole use of addiction specialists and into the hands of primary providers, Anton said....

Chickens also Use Earth's Magnetic Field to Sense Direction

A new research by a Frankfurt University team has successfully demonstrated that domestic fowl, like many other animals and birds, also use the Earth's magnetic field to sense direction . As part of their experiment, the team of Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Wiltschko and Roswitha Wiltschko placed newly hatched chicks in...

Scientists Destroy Cancer Cells Using Electric Pulses

...motherapeutic drugs," he added. The researchers successfully ablated tissue using the IRE pulses in the livers of male Sprague-Dawley rats. "We did not use any drugs, the cells were destroyed, and the vessel architecture was preserved," Davalos said. Davalos and Rubinsky also said that the new process wa...

Harry Potter Final Book - Prediction and Expectations

...it." "Rowling is someone who has read widely and successfully synthesized her many influences into something that seems new, that seems original," Nel said. "From Jane Austen to C.S. Lewis to E. Nesbit to Dorothy Sayers, and even to the Greek and Roman myths Rowling read in college, she has been able to take ...

AIDS Foundation Lauds Brazil for Negotiating Price Cut on Abbott's Kaletra

...nd Asia, today lauded the government of Brazil for successfully negotiating a price cut of 30% on Abbott Laborator...atent. "We commend the Government of Brazil for successfully negotiating this additional and significant price cut on a more patient-friendly version of Abbott's...

Doctors Not Exempt from Competition Law, Australian Commission Warns

...u should be." Samuel was speaking after the ACCC successfully sued two eminent Adelaide heart surgeons for anti-competitive conduct. Federal Court judge John Mansfield found on Thursday that John Knight and Iain Ross had breached competition law between 2001 and 2004 for preventing qualified cardiothoracic surg...

A New Study Throws Limelight in HIV Vaccine Production

...LA-associated evolutionary pressure. Researchers successfully mapped sites within particular HIV genes where variations can improve the viruss ability to escape immune recognition, showing this is predictable based upon the HIV patients individual HLA class 1 profile. This is a novel and advanced description ...

Signalife Recorder Transmits Heart Rate Data From Champ Car Driver in Real-Time

Signalife, Inc. has announced that it has successfully developed and tested a novel ECG recorder capable of real-time transmission of Champ Car driver heart rate data from the vehicle to the team's computers . The system was first tested June 22-24, 2007, during the Grand Prix of Cleveland. In addition ...

Water Hyacinth is Used for Health Improvements in Africa

...sis vectors. Similar biocontrol programs have been successfully applied throughout the tropics and subtropics. Wa...r biocontrol programs for water hyacinth have been successfully used throughout the tropics and subtropics, as well as in the U.S., in Florida, Louisiana, and Missi...

Belgian Doctor Restores Woman's Fertility With Ovary Graft

.... The gynaecologist, Jacques Donnez, said he had successfully grafted ovarian tissue from the woman's sister last year at the Cliniques Universitaires Saint-Luc in Brussels. "To this day, more than a year after the graft, the patient continues to menstruate regularly. Her ovarian functions are restored, as we...

Two In One Drug For Smokers And Drinkers

... under the name Chantix, which has been used quite successfully by smokers , was tested to reveal the same effects in alcoholics too, of the furry kind, lab rats. Says Selena Bartlett, a University of California, San Francisco neuroscientist who led the study: "The biggest thrill is that this drug, which has al...

Researchers Develop First Mouse Model of Lung Transplantation

...r vessels with those of the recipient. Okazaki has successfully performed several hundred lung transplants in the mice, and the teams analysis indicates the model simulates the same immune response that occurs in humans following lung transplantation. Before Okazaki and his Washington University colleagues dev...

Newborn Screening Tests for Babies

... early, all of these devastating conditions can be successfully managed or treated to prevent severe consequences. Two years ago, only 38 percent of infants were born in states that required screening for at least 21 of these 29 core conditions. As a result of four years of intensive advocacy efforts by March of...

Tobacco Industry Promotes Antismoking Campaigns

...s provide a good example of the tenacity needed to successfully defend and promote tobacco control campaigns, said Ibrahim. Persistence can pay off. We need to go with campaigns that work,...

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