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Prostate Cancer

A Targetable Enzyme Controlling Aggressive Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer represents a major health challenge and there is currently no effective treatment once it has advanced to the aggressive; metastatic stage. A new has reveal a key cellular mechanism that contributes to aggressive prostate cancer; and supporting a new clinical trial. The study was publish in the journal Clinical Cancer Research. However, the…

Glaucoma

Regenerating Human Retinal Ganglion Cells Used In Glaucoma Treatment

The human central nervous system  have the capacity to regenerate after injury or illness is limit; and the resulting functional impairments carry a vast social and personal burden. In glaucoma, degeneration of retinal ganglion cells (RGCs) the axons of which form the optic nerve; which is connecting the retina to the brain leads to permanent…

Domestic violence

Study Shows That Brain Injury Common In Domestic Violence

Domestic violence survivors commonly suffer repeated blows to the head and strangulation; trauma that has lasting effects that should be widely recognized by advocates, health care providers; law enforcement and others who are in a position to help, according to the authors of a new study. In the first community-based study of its kind; researchers…

Radio diagnosis

Artificial Intelligence-augmented ECG Assessment

The researches find that the  electrocardiogram (ECG) investigators and clinicians have sought to expand the diagnostic potential of this convenient, widely available and relatively inexpensive noninvasive examination. Therefore In this issue of the Journal of Cardiovascular Electrophysiology; Attia and colleagues demonstrate the ability of a novel algorithm based on the standard 12-lead ECG developed with deep…

General medicine

Improve Yourself by Eating Better or Sleeping more

The researches find that the  improve ourselves, perhaps by eating better or spending more wisely, and sometimes when we do, They tell someone. But little is known about what we actually do next: Does admitting our loss of self-control help us resist temptation in the future; or could it make us more likely to give…

Omega-3 Supplements

Over-50s Who Buy Omega-3 Supplements To Boost Brains

A major review by the Global Council on Brain Health says that there is “no convincing evidence” nutritional supplements; design to improve thinking skills, memory, or Alzheimers’s symptoms actually work.  Omega-3 supplements are often market as benefiting brain power; and millions of Brits take the over-the-counter capsules daily. However, the report says pensioners can get…

General surgery

High-Risk Mutations to be Performed Before Surgery

The researches find that the breast reconstruction using a tissue flap from the abdomen, gene testing for high-risk mutations should be performed before surgery, concludes a report in the July issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery®, the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). Performed before surgery Although only a small % of…

Road Accident victim Vincent

Road Accident That Not Keep Alive Artificially

Road Accident; In this study doctors are removing life support from paralyse road accident victim Vincent Lambert on Tuesday, in what could be the final act in a hugely controversial right-to-die case that has drawn in Pope Francis. The main doctor treating Lambert, Vincent Sanchez, inform his family by email that he intend to start…