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Now Sex Determination of Fetuses in Six Weeks in UK

...ar the UK's Institute of Child Health successfully trialled a similar "seven week" test. But this was used for women at risk of having babies affected by disorders that usually only affect boys, such as Duchene muscular dystrophy. This test is very dangerous. It would inevitably lead to babies being abort...

Stem Cell Therapy Could Provide Cure for AMD in Five Years

...ents. Surgical procedures already developed and trialled in a number of patients using the patients own cells have illustrated that a cell replacement therapy can work. Professor Pete Coffey, UCL Institute of Ophthalmology and director on the London Project, said the new therapy, that involves using ste...

Now Sex Determination of Fetuses in Six Weeks in UK

...ar the UK's Institute of Child Health successfully trialled a similar "seven week" test. But this was used for women at risk of having babies affected by disorders that usually only affect boys, such as Duchene muscular dystrophy. This test is very dangerous. It would inevitably lead to babies being abort...

Vaccine For Meningococcal Disease Trialled In Western Australia

...tect children from meningococcal disease is being trialled by researchers in Perth. Until now immunization against the disease has not been// available. The researchers, from the Vaccine Trials Group at the Telethon Institute for Child Health Research and Princess Margaret Hospital for Children, hope tha...

Decision making made easier

...issue and helps you make up your mind. It has been trialled with women deciding whether or not to opt for hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and with men considering the treatment options for prostate problems. In both instances, the videodisc was liked by both patients and doctors and played an important part...

Low-radiation treatment for brain tumours

...cing the risk of damage to normal tissue, is to be trialled at hospitals around the US. Researchers will enrol 50 children suffering from medulloblastoma – the most common malignant childhood brain tumour – who will be treated with lower radiation and increased chemotherapy doses than those currently used. //...

Decision making made easier

...issue and helps you make up your mind. It has been trialled with women deciding whether or not to opt for hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and with men considering the treatment options for prostate problems. In both instances, the videodisc was liked by both patients and doctors and played an important part...

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