In India over 70 million people affected with rare diseases had remained without a public health policy to address challenges faced by the rare diseases community. So some of the key opinion leaders planned to review and publish a peer-reviewed article summarizing the key challenges and opportunities for rare diseases in India.
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A study examined the rare type of tracheocutaneous sinus after repair of a tracheocutaneous fistula and to review management strategies. A tracheocutaneous fistula is a common sequela of pediatric tracheostomy and can occur in as many as one in three pediatric patients. There is a debate in the literature regarding optimal surgical management. Advances in perinatal medicine and healthcare access have increased the number of premature infants requiring the assistance of prolonged ventilation.
Nepal is among the one that does not provide free treatment for the disease in South Asia. So the doctors suggest Nepal government provide financial support for patients who are in need of highly expensive treatments.
A regular physical activity might help older women increase their mobility, but muscle strength and endurance were likely to succumb to the effects of frailty if they haven't also been doing resistance training
A Comprehensive study, to Minimize the threat, astronauts detected immunocompromised and thus at a greater risk of infection from antimicrobial resistant pathogens. Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a global health issue. The Study of the ISS “resistome’ was conducted. Using whole-genome sequencing (WGS) and disc diffusion antibiotic resistance assays, nine biosafety level 2 organisms isolated from the ISS were assessed for their antibiotic resistance.
According to the study, binge drinking by pregnant and lactating mothers can impair the mental health of their offspring, the study published today in Frontiers in Psychiatry
Melbourne researchers have discovered that the 'odd one out' in a family of proteins known to drive cancer development prevents stomach cancer. The team showed switching off a gene called NF-κB1 caused the spontaneous development of stomach cancers.
A new study, by the researchers from the University of Manchester and the University of Cambridge, has urged healthcare providers to radically improve the way they support carers of terminally ill patients, who are approaching the end of their life.
According to the large-scale study shown, many people of African heritage are protected against malaria by inheriting a particular version of a gene
New research, led by Western Sydney University, has found that public hospitals are not adequately resourced to treat the one million adults who currently live with clinically severe obesity in Australia.
A study determines that Miami is at risk of a deadly yellow fever outbreak because the disease could thrive there but the city has no checks on Yellow fever is spread by the same mosquito that causes Zika virus, which spread through the Americas after being detected in Brazil in 2015 and has been reported in southern Florida and southern Texas. Travellers arriving from endemic zones. A study is published in World Health Organization.