Clinical Researcher Dr. Brian D Nicholson, from the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, is part of the team who developed the pilot site, one of ten across the country and explains why understanding non-specific symptoms are important.
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The rare disorder, known as melorheostosis, causes excess bone formation that resembles dripping candle wax on x-rays. The research offered potential treatment targets for this rare disease, provide important clues about bone development, and may lead to insights about fracture healing and osteoporosis
Patients taking opioids to manage their pain reported no change in their level of pain after discontinuing long-term opioid use, according to a new study being presented Thursday at the Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM's) annual conference in New Orleans.
New research on bowel cancer has shown that every tumor was genetically unique. The researchers used the latest single cell and organoid technologies to understand the mutational processes of the disease.
Vaccines designed to protect people from the influenza virus tend to concentrate on hemagglutinin, one of the two prominently displayed proteins on the surface of the virus and the primary target for influenza prevention.
Neonatal caffeine therapy for apnea of prematurity has no detrimental long-term effects and even improves some neurologic measures, according to a study. Researchers investigated the effects of neonatal caffeine therapy.
US regulators Wednesday approved the first device that uses artificial intelligence to detect eye damage from diabetes, allowing regular doctors to diagnose the condition without interpreting any data or images, research finds
Researchers at Osaka University find short trips to a developing country can increase the appearance of a resistance gene to the antibiotic colistin.
Breast cancer patients are more likely to experience a return and spread of their cancer within 18 months after a mastectomy or removal of a breast tumor along with healthy breast tissues. The reason for this or this association has been hitherto unexplained.
The present study compared results between PET-positive and PET-negative groups with HBV-related hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) who underwent curative hepatectomy and evaluated the prognostic value of positive PET-CT for HCC recurrence and death
A new clinical research published in the journal Ecancermedicalscience found that the class of erectile dysfunction drugs that include sildenafil, tadalafil and vardenafil, known as phosphodiesterase 5 (PDE5) inhibitors, could be enlisted to treat rare cancers.