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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…

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Understanding The Seriousness of Blood Clots

The researches find that the blood clots can be. They went to the doctor to check for nerve damage in my leg from an accident  had some years ago. They performed a nerve conduction test and an ultra sound. The nerve conduction went as expected but the doctor became very alarmed when she got half…

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New Drug Regimens Improve Outcomes For Kidney Transplant

The study find that the kidney transplant patients without the negative long-term side effects of traditional immuno suppressive regimens; the study’s leaders announced this week. therefore The UC-led Belatacept Early Steroid Withdrawal Trial (BEST); Because represents a significant step forward in the science of how not only to save lives through kidney transplantation; but also…

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Inflammation to Better Understand Dangerous Blood Clots

The Researches find that the Inflammation in  cardiovascular diagnosis, but doctors are still often stumped to explain why 40% of patients experience unprovoke venous thromboembolism (VTE). And after a patient has dealt with these dangerous blood clots once;  Because a second and subsequent events become much more likely. Clot risk in patients New research from a team of…

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A key Anticoagulant Protein Help Prevent Thrombosis

The study find that the treatment of thrombosis, the leading cause of death among cancer patients. Because  In a study to be publish in Blood, the scientists describe the Ixolaris structure; therefore an important anticoagulant protein find in tick saliva, and its interaction with Factor Xa, a key enzyme in the process of blood clotting.…

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Geographic Disparities in Lung Transplant

The study find that the  the lung allocation policy eliminate the donation service area (DSA); as the first geographic tier of allocation. Therefore The lawsuit claim that DSA borders are arbitrary and that allocation should be base on medical priority. They investigated whether deceased-donor lung transplant (LT) ;  differed substantially between DSAs in the United…

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The Oldest Living Kidney Donor in the U.S.

The study find that the An 84-year-old Texas man recently became the oldest living kidney donor in the country after donating one of his kidneys to his 72-year old neighbor at Houston Methodist Hospital. Frank Dewhurst; who lives six houses down from Linda Nall; had known for years that his neighbor’s kidneys were failing, but…

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Allogeneic Stem Cell Transplantation in Lymphoma

The study find that the Health Care (IQWiG) has investigated whether patients suffering from non-Hodgkin lymphoma have (better) chances of recovery when stem cells from another person are transplanted. In its final report now present, the Institute concludes that it is not possible to make statements on the benefit of this high-risk treatment. Meaningful studies…

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Tool Monitors Effectiveness of Stem Cell Transplantation

The study find that the Stem-cell based therapies to strengthen the heart muscle and treat other diseases are beginning to show promise in human clinical trials. However; other than observing clinical outcomes, lack of a repeatable; but time-sensitive and noninvasive tool to assess the effectiveness of the transplanted cells within the target organ has slowed…

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Catheters to The Right Spot to Treat Atrial Fibrillation

The researches find that the atrial fibrillation or AFib experience chaotic electrical signals in the upper chamber of their heart (atria), which cause an irregular or quivering heartbeat (arrhythmia); Because that can lead to blood clots and heart failure. AFib also is a major cause of stroke and affects 33 million people worldwide. Chaotic electrical…

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Stem Cells are Extracted from a Patient’s Own Bone Marrow

The study shows that A surgeon recommended a hip replacement, but Kenneth Cevoli said no thanks. “They’re really quick to try to give you fake joints and make a bunch of money off you,” he said. At 71, Mr. Cevoli; a high-school guidance counselor in Teterboro, N.J., coaches cross country, teaches mogul skiing; surfs and…

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Critically Necessary Blood Donation Among Minorities

The study find that increasing levels of blood donation among minorities; according to a study by researchers at Georgia State University and Georgia Southern University Nursing associate professor Regena Spratling in the Byrdine F. Lewis College of Nursing and Health Professions at Georgia State and her colleagues in the Georgia Southern University School of Public…