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... developed 130 years ago. Earlier this year Priscilla started an 18-month treatment regime under the support of the state ...
... to the CDC, as were four cases of extensively drug-resistant TB reported in 2011, Oramasionwu said. To prevent an increase in drug-resistant TB, a better test to diagnose it is needed, so treatment can ...
... people. My guest, Dr. Richard Freeman, is chair of the Department of Surgery at Dartmouth Medical School. He's a board member of the Organ Procurement Treatment and Transplantation Network and serves on ...
... institute wielded the extraordinary power to dole out $3 billion in bond proceeds to fund embryonic stem cell work with an eye toward treatments for a host of crippling diseases. Midway through its mission, ...
... has undergone 17 years of conservation treatment since being salvaged. Read more http://www.bbc.co.uk/go/rss/int/news/-/news/uk-wales-17309665  ...
... tests. This isn't the first pill developed for MS. The first was Gilenya, which was approved in 2010 for the treatment of relapsing-remitting MS. This drug is currently under increased scrutiny in the ...
... that an infant would require treatment in the NICU. The researchers also found that mothers who gave birth at or after 41 weeks' gestation had the lowest likelihood of requiring epidural or spinal analgesia ...
... a routine warm-up exercise at the Goodwill Games in New York in 1998. She met Young as she underwent treatment and rehabilitation in the United States over the next 12 months. "Her parents came to me and ...
... guide to pinpoint what's causing yours, so you get the right treatment, fast -- and prevent future flare-ups. Health.com: Quick ways to stop back pain Culprit #1: Muscle strains The lowdown. Muscle strains ...
... because a leading maker of the drug shut down some of its factories late last year. Hospitals have warned the FDA that treatments for children with ALL could be stalled if new shipments of the drug aren't ...
... will work to identify critical gaps in basic and clinical research on the symptoms, causes, and treatment of pain and will recommend federal research programs in these areas. ...
... kind of drastic treatment by properly managing aches and pains. Injuries that need immediate treatment cause excruciating, unrelenting pain, or force you to immediately stop your activity and prevent normal ...
... Philadelphia. Within a day, doctors started Jackson on methotrexate, and the drug has been an essential part of his treatment ever since. Jackson is scheduled to have methotrexate injected into ...
... is an aromatase inhibitor and works by suppressing the female hormone estrogen. These drugs are standard treatment for postmenopausal women with early stage hormone-receptor-positive breast cancer. ...
... by the University of California, San Francisco, where Dr. Olney had been the director of the A.L.S. Treatment and Research Center before learning in 2004 that he himself had the disease. A.L.S. ...
... NIH is the primary federal agency conducting and supporting basic, clinical, and translational medical research, and is investigating the causes, treatments, and cures for both common ...
... to restore vision using embryonic stem cells as treatment. It was published in The Lancet. Human embryonic stem cells were used to treat macular degeneration in two legally blind patients. Four months ...
... night and day, they might have a terrific weight loss treatment. And companies are getting to work. But Dr. André Carpentier, an endocrinologist at the University of Sherbrooke in Quebec and lead ...
...  They both had retinal cells, derived from human embryonic stem cells, injected into the back of the eye. After the treatment they showed some slight improvement in vision. You can read more about the ...
LOS ANGELES — A treatment for eye diseases that is derived from human embryonic stem cells might have improved the vision of two patients, bolstering the beleaguered field, researchers reported Monday. ...
LOS ANGELES – Two legally blind women appeared to gain some vision after receiving an experimental treatment using embryonic stem cells, scientists reported Monday. While embryonic stem cells were first ...
... the first bisphosphonate, was approved at the end of 1995. For the first time, doctors had a specific treatment that had been shown to prevent fractures in people with osteoporosis. For years ...
J. Levine, Texas A&M UniversityNew research to help injured dogs walk again could lead to treatments for human spinal cord injuries. An experimental drug being tested on dachshunds and other dogs ...
... the first bisphosphonate, was approved at the end of 1995. For the first time, doctors had a specific treatment that had been shown to prevent fractures in people with osteoporosis. For years ...
BEIJING (Reuters) – China has ordered a halt to all unapproved stem cell treatments and clinical trials, state media reported on Tuesday, as Beijing seeks to rein in the largely untested stem cell therapies ...
Tony Cenicola/The New York TimesWhat’s the best treatment for neck pain? Seeing a chiropractor or engaging in light exercise relieves neck pain more effectively than relying on pain medication, new research ...
... satisfaction than people receiving medication or doing home exercises. "We found that there are some viable treatment options for neck pain," said Gert Bronfort, vice president of research at the Wolfe-Harris ...
...  Their discovery that oxyntomodulin reduces appetite offers a potential new treatment for obesity. Prof Bloom said he was delighted by his knighthood. "This is a testament to the efforts of a great many ...
... 9 birth, Phillips learned that her daughter's decision to forgo treatment for tumors on her brain and spine so she could carry the baby would have fatal repercussions. The cancer had marked too much territory. ...
... having no treatments 20 years ago to having multiple treatment options,” said Dr. Timothy Coetzee, the chief research officer at the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. “There is a growing recognition ...
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