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New Italian research links migraine and endometriosis

...niversity of Genoa in Italy studied 133 women with endometriosis and a control group of 166 women, and found that t...h endometriosis. Double the number of women in the endometriosis group had migraine compared with the controls. Although more women with endometriosis had migraine t...

DeLuca receives honorary doctorate from University of Perugia

...rug delivery systems for treating prostate cancer, endometriosis and schizophrenia and future challenges in this field of study. DeLuca, a longtime UK faculty member, received his doctorate in pharmaceutical sciences from Temple University. He is a Fellow of the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists, ...

Cancer that colonizes our bodies

...ue Oksana Iavorovska discovered that human ovarian endometriosis is induced in sun-lovers by the ultraviolet radiation in sunlight. "Its been a privilege for me to do my work for so long and, as a matter of fact, I wish I was able to continue doing it today," the 82-year-old professor emeritus says. "Just befor...

JCI table of contents: June 14, 2007

...eduction in the risk of recurrent miscarriages and endometriosis in progesterone-deficient women, these findings have clinical implications for a genetically diverse population of women. TITLE: FKBP52 deficiency-conferred uterine progesterone resistance is genetic background and pregnancy stage specific AUTHOR...

New approaches to endometriosis treatment -- mouse experiments point the way

...ormation of new blood vessels which is encourages endometriosis by providing a rich blood supply. Dr. Edurne Nov...ometriosis. They created an experimental model of endometriosis in nude mice in order to test whether dopamine agonists, much used in other infertility treatment su...

Endometriosis increases the risk of certain cancers

...Sweden have shown for the first time that although endometriosis is associated with an increased risk of various ca... study to investigate cancer risk among women with endometriosis that also stratifies for parity. Dr Melin, a specialist doctor in the department of obstetrics and...

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