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Sperm washing helps couples – Breakthrough in focu

...we see couples who are HIV sero discordant but who would like to have a baby. If the husband is HIV –1 posi...ted with HIV. Current data from programs in Europe would suggest sperm washing to be a safe risk-reduction option for heterosexual couples wishing to bear a ...

Miracle cure for Alzheimer’s around the corner

... safe to be administered. If proven successful it would be an enormous breakthrough. Though being tried as a cure for mild to moderate illness, it is hoped that it will eventually be useful in prevention as well. Time to keep the fingers crosse!...

Now you can identify Sperm and Egg donors

...of sperms and eggs have always been withheld. This would be a major ruling with far reaching consequences. The communiqué released by the government says the name, address, educational background; interests and so on will be given on request. However this will be done only after getting prior permission f...

Crowning glory of 2000!!! Cracking of the genetic code is top of tops

...hem are already tom tomming this as the work which would fetch the next Nobel prize. Researchers at the National Institute of Health and at the Celera Genomics announced the completion of the genetic code on June 26th. This has been hailed by many as the holy grail of biology. This new breakthrough wil...

“Brain fingerprinting”- The new lie detectr

...y Americans as it was announced that an Iowa judge would rule soon on whether or not to allow this new lie detector to be used in a retrial of a man convicted of a 1977 murder. Lawrence Farrell, PhD, the man who developed this new brain fingerprinting says that this technique has proved 100% accurate in mo...

Fight anemia by fortifying crops with iron!!!!!!!!

...ready in vogue in the developed countries and this would be a boon to developing countries if they can develop their own technology to improve upon this idea. This way they say the huge problem posed by anemia in India can be checked very well. Looks like our scientists are taking the bull by its horns… le...

Clinton's new problem - Is the outgoing American president suffering from skin cancer?

...ident is actually not in the best of shape that he would like to be - as he leaves the white house. The medical report was released on Friday after Clinton underwent an examination at the Bethesda naval hospital at suburban Maryland. The biopsy report is awaited and the official word is that there is no ...

HIV infected patients can travel safely abroad

...m that their immune status is good. Otherwise they would be exposing themselves to unnecessary risks. Lastly it is also advisable to ascertain the availability of expert medical facilities at their destinations before undertaking the travl....

Doctors operate upon patients in candlelight- latest from the quake scene

...Even if they do it is unlikely that anyone of them would ever forget the quake of black Friday....

Nasal Spray Could Take Drugs Direct to Brain.

...,” Frey said. “The only way to get it to the brain would be by drilling a hole in the skull and putting the...ans the drug reaches the brain much faster than it would if it were administered into a vein. In this study, Frey and colleagues administered the growth fac...

Now AIDS treatment comes dirt-cheap

...a that a three-drug combination for AIDS treatment would cost less than a U.S. dollar a day. Not to be left far behind rival firm Ranbaxy announced plans of its own production of anti retroviral drugs for AIDS treatment. This development brings to a head a series of developments in a year that has seen pe...

Are cancer patients being taken for a ride?

...e, 30% believed that the therapy used in the trial would be less effective than "the standard treatment" and 31% feared that they might receive an inactive placebo rather than the treatment being studied. Placebos are never used in trials on drugs that may be used to treat cancer.While a few drug trials ar...

Smoking a greater risk than HIV? Yes say health experts!!!!

...dom, says smoking and other tobacco related deaths would surpass 10 million a year. The short term and long term side effects of smoking are well known and a recent study says that smoking has startling and immediate side effects on the cardio vascular system. While the Indian government is coming down on ...

Lure of the home turf brings back NRI doctors

...two years, but didn'tfind a decent hospital that I would be comfortable working in. The Fortisfacility is top of the line. Its like having a US hospital transplantedhere,'' says Dr Rupinder Singh. The chance to be a part of a new and exciting healthcare delivery system andgive back to one's own country is ...

India takes on foot-and-mouth disease by vaccinating animals

...lopedcountry like the UK the vaccination programme would be very costly. FMD renders the infected animals economically unviable as the milk productiondrops and the animals do not gain weight and so are unfit for consumption.Their value in the meat market dips. Hence farmers find it cheaper to slaughter t...

Development of AIDS vaccine -- Chiron Corp in talks with four Indian cos

...Mr Reddy said. The collaboration with Chiron Corp would help in giving India a lead of couple of years in the realisation of a viable AIDS vaccine. The funds for carrying out the relevant research and development, however, have to be raised. The vaccine had to be fine-tuned to be effective against the HIV...

New antibiotic already developing resistance

...ic vancomycin. The hope has been that the new drug would help tackle the growing problem of vancomycin-resistant enterococci infections. But in the April 14th issue of The Lancet, Chicago doctors report on five cases in which patients' infections became resistant to linezolid, as well. Antibiotic resistan...

Liver donors can thrive after transplant

...on needing it. And the good news is that the donor would continue to live well and thrive after donating part of his/her liver. Donation of a piece of the liver's right lobe from one adult to another is a relatively new procedure. It is increasingly being performed in the West where the demand for donated...

The brain loves a surprise

...t delve into why a surprise dash of juice or water would stimulate the brain, Berns speculated that the act...r activity in response to a pleasant surprise than would a person who needs consistency. Being alert to out-of-the-ordinary conditions, Dr. Berns noted, is ...

Ticks may cause more diseases

...to humans from cat bites or scratches, as the name would suggest. But past research has found that as many as 30% of human patients infected may not have been bitten or scratched by a cat, and another study linked the infection to tick bites Dr. Bruno Chomel of the University of California at Davis and on...

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