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... to keep your lungs working and heart beating until after the organ removal process. Last week in a Wall Street Journal article adapted from his book, Teresi said that when we choose to be organ donors, ...
... by the drug's manufacturer, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries, was published in the March 15 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease that damages the outside of ...
TUESDAY, March 13 (HealthDay News) -- Extended space travel can cause eye and brain abnormalities in astronauts, researchers have found. For the study, published online March 13 in the journal Radiology, ...
... be that astronauts could suffer eyesight problems. The study is reported in the Journal of Radiology. It was led by Larry Kramer, a professor of diagnostic and interventional imaging at the University ...
... issue of the journal Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica. "Our research relates to the optimal timing and management of labor and birth at term for women with an uncomplicated pregnancy," study ...
... nerve ends to fuse. This work is reported in a study published online in the Journal of Neuroscience Research. The technique can be done entirely with chemicals that are already approved for use in people, ...
... step out and say [for certain] at this point." Research presented at medical meetings should be considered preliminary until published in a peer-reviewed medical journal. More information The Alzheimer's ...
... editor of the international journal Pain. Carmen R. Green, M.D., is professor of anesthesiology, obstetrics and gynecology, and health management and policy at the University  ...
... Olney recalled. A quiet man, Dr. Olney did not seek publicity until he was struck by the disease. When he retired from the clinic, he set up an endowment and agreed to cooperate with journalists ...
... that will turn things any way they can. We try to be as clear as we can. We try to publish in peer-review journals and try to present the data as clearly as we can. We are a public company, so obviously ...
... that it can be combusted.” A new paper in The Journal of Clinical Investigation by Dr. Carpentier and his colleagues answers that question and more. By doing a different type of scan, which shows ...
... stem cells have been published in a medical journal. The Lancet reports how two women in the USA with eye disease were injected with stem cells... 24 January 2012 Last updated at 05:53 ...
...  The report, published online in the medical journal The Lancet, is the first to describe the effect on patients of a therapy involving... LOS ANGELES — A treatment for eye diseases that is ...
... of the American Academy of Ophthalmology. The findings were published online Monday by the journal Lancet. This early test was meant to study whether the stem cell therapy was safe in people and not whether ...
... in a new study. The study, published in Thursday’s issue of The New England Journal of Medicine, is part of a broad rethinking of how to... Bone loss and osteoporosis develop so slowly in most ...
... in a new study. The study, published in Thursday’s issue of The New England Journal of Medicine, is part of a broad rethinking of how to d... Bone loss and osteoporosis develop so slowly in ...
... at high risk should get tested more often, perhaps even annually. The research, published in Thursday's New England Journal of Medicine, was led by Dr. Margaret Gourlay of the University of North Carolina. ...
... the point of osteoporosis, which can lead to fractured hips and wrists and vertebrae. The study appeared Wednesday in The New England Journal of Medicine. As The Times reported today, for women whose first ...
... type of Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome, the median life expectancy is no higher than 34 years, according to a 2001 study published in the Journal of Medical Genetics. Amelia has been a patient at the Children's ...
... programme protects against only some of the bacterial types involved. A Chilean study, reported in The Lancet medical journal, found more evidence the new vaccine works against the B form of the disease. ...
... in the journal Nature Medicine. "Unlike animal research, the cutting-edge technology employed in this study makes it possible to pinpoint molecular defects in a patient's own brain cells," said NIMH Director ...
... system development. But in this latest study, published in the European Respiratory Journal, Dutch researchers were unable to find a correlation between folic acid and asthma risk in children up to age ...
... in the Oct. 12 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association. Folic acid supplementation is already recommended for women of childbearing age, because adequate folic acid stores have been ...
... what Duke University, in a study published last week in the journal Nature, did with its two monkeys. When the animals "touched" objects on a computer screen with their video game-like arms, electrical ...
... the journal Nature about the new virtual limb he and his colleagues created. Welcome back to SCIENCE FRIDAY, Dr. Nicolelis. Dr. MIGUEL NICOLELIS: Oh, thank you for having me. It's a great pleasure. FLATOW: ...
... In February, the UDP announced the program’s first discovery of a new disease, called ACDC, or arterial calcification due to deficiency of CD73, in the New England Journal of Medicine. CD73 is a protein ...
... chronic neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's," Eckenhoff added. In conducting the study, which is published in the October issue of the journal Anesthesiology, researchers collected cerebral spinal ...
... small changes in technique, a fact highlighted by new research published in the latest issue of Strength & Conditioning Journal. The research focuses on one of the most popular shoulder exercises for ...
... going on in the field of stem cells, the results aren't all good. A 2009 study in the journal PLoS Medicine documented the case of an Israeli boy who had gone to Russia to get fetal stem cells injected ...
... going on in the field of stem cells, the results aren't all good. A 2009 study in the journal PLoS Medicine documented the case of an Israeli boy who had gone to Russia to get fetal stem cells injected ...
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