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Prostate Cancer

Men With Prostate Cancer At Greater Risk Of Tumor Metastasis

For about 90 % of men with prostate cancer, cancer remains localized to the primary site; resulting in a five-year survival rate of almost 100 %. Unfortunately, the remaining 10 % of patients develop the locally invasive and metastatic disease; which increases the severity of the disease and the likelihood of death and limits treatment…

Healthy Brain Development

Integrator Complex Are Crucial For Healthy Brain Development

Integrator complex, is a multi-protein, which are important for healthy brain development. A study by Duke-NUS Medical School has found the same. The multi-protein ‘Integrator complex’ is known for its role in gene regulation, are crucial for healthy brain development in fruit flies. The findings have implications for further understanding and treating neuro-developmental disorders in…

Childhood Experiences

Adverse Childhood Experiences Negatively Impact Adults with lupus

Adults with lupus who report having had adverse childhood experiences (ACEs); such as abuse, neglect and household challenges, report higher disease activity, depression, and poorer overall health compared to those without such experiences, according to a study by researchers at UC San Francisco. The researcher results support the notion that stress in the form of…

Hospital In India

The Concept Of Healthcare And Misconduct of Hospital In India

In India, the concept of healthcare means expenditure; fraudulent misconduct of hospitals and orthodox mindsets that prevent the social; and physical well-being of our country as a whole. Governmental subsidy measures are inadequate and privately funded organisations leach upon the vulnerabilities of our brethren among. In times of bustling economic disparities and medical atrocities that…

Nuclear medicine

MILabs for Upgrades To Its Molecular Imaging Capabilities

MILabs VECT or system is an extremely user-friendly; therefore fully integrate multimodal imaging technology use for the development of new diagnostic solutions and therapies. With its latest adaptive preclinical platform; therefore MILabs has succeed at commercializing a scalable imaging platform; able to accommodate PET, SPECT, Optical, and CT imaging in a single system. New diagnostic…

Sleep

Psychologists Find Link Between Working Memory And Sleep

The team of psychologists has find strong associations between working memory a fundamental building block of a functioning mind and three health relate factors: sleep, age, and depress mood. The team also reports that each of these factors is associate with different aspects of working memory. Working memory is the part of short-term memory that…

Fentanyl Addiction

Vaccine Shows Lasting Effects Against Fentanyl Addiction In Rats

A vaccine that combines a fentanyl antigen with a tetanus toxoid; was showing to reduce fentanyl choices and increase food choices with effects lasting several months in rats. But these results suggest that the vaccine may not only decrease dangerous drug-taking behavior; but can also increase behaviors maintained by healthier non-drug alternatives. The findings are…

Pharmacology

Treatment for Patients With Early Stage lung and Breast Cancer

The treatment completion rates before this intervention were 87.3% for white patients versus 79.8%t for black patients. With the intervention in place, treatment completion climbed to 89.5% for white patients and 88.4% for black patients. “These results show promise for all cancer treatment centers;” said Samuel Cykert, MD, professor of medicine at the UNC School…

Gastroenterology

Early Death in Young Patients With Inflammatory Bowel Disease

A new study revealed an increased risk of cancer and early death in individuals who developed inflammatory bowel disease-including ulcerative colitis (UC) and Crohn’s disease (CD) during childhood. For the Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics study, researchers in Denmark and Finland followed 6,689 patients diagnosed with UC or CD before 18 years of age. The small…

Neuromyelitis optica

Risk Of Relapse With Neuromyelitis Optica Spectrum Disorder

Neuromyelitis optica, also known as Devic’s disease, occurs when the body’s immune system reacts against otherwise healthy nervous system cells in the optic nerves and spinal cord, and sometimes in the brain. Neuromyelitis optica often is misdiagnosing as multiple sclerosis (MS), but neuromyelitis optica is a distinct condition by more severe attacks and less complete…

NASA Human Spaceflight

Space And Aeronautics Committee On Science And Space

Reported on Wednesday 8 May 2019  Statement of Professor Jonathan Lunine, Ph.D. The Pathways report was a response to a charge from Congress in the 2010 Authorization Bill; to review NASA Human Spaceflight with a focus on deep space civil missions, and to determine the value and benefits of the program. The key findings of…

Dementia Risk

Hormone Therapy For Prostate Cancer Raise Dementia Risk

When men with prostate cancer have to take drugs that block the testosterone fueling their tumors; they can suffer a host of side effects that include impotence, bone loss, heart trouble, and obesity. But new research uncovers yet another possible downside to the treatment: These men may be at greater risk for dementia. For any…