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Gel assists head and neck cancer

...Medical School, an injectable gel may be useful in treating cancers of the head and neck. Head and neck squamo...ymptoms, and provides a new therapeutic option for treating patients with squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck."...

Screening of Lazy Eye

..., countries place high importance on screening and treating because of the concern that the person may eventua...thy eye. Researchers point out that screening and treating lazy eye early can help maintain better sight overall. According to them in addition to the benefits...

Viagra for heart and lung patients

...ease. They report that the drug may be useful in treating people with pulmonary hypertension (caused by conditions such as heart valve disease, emphysema or bronchitis). Viagra was reported to prevent pulmonary hypertension but results were poorly presented. Even if researchers were confident in the resu...

Function of genes in heart failure

...recognized as a separate condition, so research on treating it has been limited. Dr. Kitzman concludes, "A significant part of whether you have good, moderate or poor diastolic function may be determined by genes. We previously thought that diastolic heart failure was caused by hypertension and aging. It is ...

Bacterial discovery may help CF patients

...sed by the living bacteria. The researchers found treating the biofilm with the DNaseI enzyme, which breaks down DNA into its component molecules, destroys the biofilm and restricts the establishment of infectious colonies. It appears DNaseI treatment may also be beneficial as an early prophylactic measure t...

Relief of pain for suffering patients

...earcher say that it might be wrong, to assume that treating pain will always bring death quicker. In fact, untreated pain makes the patient worse, and it is good medical practice to do everything possible to relieve it. It's to be hoped that others will adopt the Toronto guidelines - so that no-one ever has t...

New approach to anti-anxiety drugs

...protein kinase C would be a useful way forward for treating anxiety in humans, providing an alternative to the benzodiazepines....

Virus connection to cervical injury

... study highlights the importance of preventing and treating HPV where possible. Women who are infected should undergo this cervical screening programme....

Coenzyme Q10 may reduce risk of Parkinson's disease

...ly slow down Parkinson's disease, rather than just treating its symptoms. The current treatments for Parkinson...ow down the progress of the disease, as opposed to treating the symptoms. Researchers at the University of California gave a group of 80 people with Parkinson's...

Brachytherapy for breast cancer

...atest study, radiation implants are as powerful in treating early stage breast cancer as external beam radiation. Brachytherapy involves implanting a radiation source into a tumour so that a continuous dose// of cancer-killing radiotherapy is received by the patient. Researchers at William Beaumont Hospital,...

Early therapy aids eyesight

...1.0 million people over age 45. While doctors find treating eye pressure may help slow the disease, they do not believe elevated eye pressure necessarily is the cause of the disease. Further research will be done to continue to understand the cause....

Treating acne with laser

...he twenties or thirties is common. One approach to treating acne is to target the bacteria that produces the inflammation associated iwth acne known as Propionobacterium Acnes, or P. Acnes. P. acnes releases porphyrins, which are naturally occurring molecules in the body. When porphyrins absorb certain wavel...

Anxiety and Peptic ulcers may be linked

...ther than the other way round. It is possible that treating anxiety, as well as H. pylori may be a more powerful way of healing a peptic ulcer....

Dealing heart disease risk in ethnic minorities

...rved that doctors should use lower thresholds when treating high blood pressure and other cardiac risk factors in ethnic minorities.// Researchers at St George's Hospital, Georgia have carried out a population survey involving 1250 men and women of various ethnic origins, looking at their heart disease and st...

Colon cancer linked with common virus

...ributing factor. Further research should reveal if treating the infection might be a useful approach in combatting colon cancer....

Latest technique for asthma treatment

...a attack. The conventional treatment consists of treating the symptoms. A group of 70 patients were assigned...managed in the traditional way. This suggests that treating the underlying inflammation may be a better way of keeping asthma under control....

Renal problem increased

...al cortex than healthy control rats. However, by treating the rats with kidney failure with an antioxidant called des-methyl-tirilizad, the scientists were able to lower the levels of molecules responsible for the oxidative stress. “This study shows how free radicals and nitric oxide interact to produce oxi...

Dealing with personality disorders

... researchers to be more effective than placebos in treating rapid mood shifts in women with borderline personality disorder. This study , which included 38 non-schizophrenic, non-bipolar women with borderline// personality disorder between the ages of 19 and 51 was conducted by researchers from various univer...

Ketoconazole 2% more effective in treating Seborrheic Dermatitis

...Ketoconazole 2% shampoo is significantly better in treating severe dandruff or seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp than is zinc pyrithione 1% shampoo....

H.Pylori testing recommended in patients with peptic ulcer

...States have found that the practice of testing and treating H.Pylori has steadily increased over the past 14 years. However, they suggested that patients with confirmed peptic ulcer disease should be tested for Helicobacter Pylori(H.Pylori) infection rather than receiving treatment for the infection as a matt...

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