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Transfusion medicine

A Voluntarist Policy of kidney Transplantation

The study find that the A voluntarist policy of kidney transplantation in the aHUS population with tailored eculizumab prophylaxis should eventually save life years, and should therefore be strongly advocated; therefore ” the study’s lead author, Dr. Julien Zuber, Professor of Clinical Immunology and Nephrology at the teaching hospital Necker in Paris France; told Reuters…

Hematology

Heart Failure Drug Effective in Treating Leukemia

The researches find that the in leukemia in children expressing the MYC gene. When subjected to mutations or over expression, this gene induces uncontrolled cell proliferation, thus promoting the development of cancer;”  But explains Elodie M. Da Costa. Therefore Currently; no effective treatment is approved to target this type of alteration in leukemias. This approach…

Energy Spent by the body

Body Composition Affects Energy Spent Standing Versus Sitting

Energy Spent; A person’s body composition could influence the difference between the amount of energy they spend while sitting versus standing, according to new research published in the open-access journal PLOS ONE. Conducted by Francisco J. Amaro-Gahete of the University of Granada, Spain, and colleagues; this work adds to mounting evidence that more energy is…

General surgery

Plastic Surgery The Daddy-Do-Over Trend Rises

The study find that the Due to this rising trend, plastic surgery is becoming a common Father’s Day request as more men consider a surgical assist to enhance their physique and fend off the “dad bod” for a while longer. “Obviously; men don’t go through the same physical changes that women experience during pregnancy and…

Prenatal care

Prenatal Care Providers’ Understanding Of Alcohol Exposure

Prenatal Care; There is no amount, pattern or timing of alcohol use during pregnancy proven safe for a developing fetus. Drinking in pregnancy can have a range of harmful consequences for the child including poor growth; learning and behavioral difficulties, problems with movement and co-ordination, and distinctive facial features; that are collectively known as fetal…

Macrophages Preneoplastic Cells In The Epidermis

Macrophages Preneoplastic Cells In The Epidermis

The cancer relating inflammation impacting significantly on cancer development and progression; but from the early stage, neutrophils and macrophages are taking to preneoplastic cells in the epidermis; but before directly interacting; they must first breach the underlying extracellular matrix barrier layer that includes the basement membrane. But this research, for the first time study observing…

Microbiome

Microbiome Changes Lead To Early Detection Of Colorectal Cancer

Microbiome in the gut has a population of organisms that live within in it, called the gut microbiome; which are link to human health and disease. Recent studies have shown that assessing the genetic changes in fecal samples; but can accurately reflect the status of the gut microbiome, and may be useful for the early…

Lead Exposure

Backyard Chickens And The Risk Of Lead Exposure

Lead Exposure; When Teresa McGowan and her husband first bought their Somerville, Massachusetts; home in 2004, one of the first things they did was test the soil in their yard for lead. It was a recommendation from local gardeners; who knew that produce growing in contamination soil can be dangerous. Research has shown that lead is…

Radio therapy

Radiation Plus Chemotherapy don’t Improve Endometrial Cancer

The researches find that the radiation to prevent recurrence. But in a surprising new finding, radiation combine with chemotherapy did not increase recurrence-free survival in these women; therefore reports a National Cancer Institute-sponsored Gynecology Oncology Group study led by a Northwestern Medicine scientist/physician. But This is the first study comparing the combined regimen to chemotherapy…

Family medicine

Healthcare are Examined in a New Technology

The study find that the healthcare, are examined in a new technology horizon-scanning article. This digital transformation of healthcare is facilitate by the rapid rise in Big Data and real-time Big Data analytics. The detailed findings are publish in OMICS: A Journal of Integrative Biology. The unprecedented implications of digital health innovations; being co-produce by…

Ophthalmology

Vision Problems Right Away or May Be Minimal.

The researches find that the vision problems right away or the problems may be minimal. Eventually, the cataract will begin to obscure your eyesight, making images blurry, clouded or dim. But if your vision hasn’t yet been affected, there’s no harm in putting off cataract surgery for now. A cataract occurs when the naturally clear lens inside your eye becomes cloudy.…

Radio diagnosis

High Quality CT Images at Lower Dosages

The researches find that the technique that uses image post-processing to rapidly convert low-dose computed tomography (CT) scans to images of superior quality, compared to low-dose scans that do not use the AI technique. Therefore CT has become a commonly prescribed imaging service in modern medicine, but providing a non-invasive, detailed; and close-up view of…