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AIDS Treatments Seek To Eradicate Virus, Restore Immunity

...e immune system in eightpatients. Five weeks after beginning drug therapy, these patients will receivea transplant of thymus tissue taken from infants, an innovative therapythat has not been tried in this way before (see accompanying backgrounder),according to immunologist Dr. Louise Markert, head of the Gener...

Common Carbohydrates May Prove To Be Substitute For Dietary Fiber

...e large bowel and in the cecum, a cul-de-sacat the beginning of the large intestine. Organs where fermentation -- theenzymatic breakdown of foodstuffs by microbes -- occurs actually grew thickerand bigger. Levels of both bifidobacteria and acidity increased. Researchers tested liquid dietary formulas on pigs ...

New Drug For Parkinson's Disease Proves Effective, Study Finds

... will be available in pharmacies around the nation beginning next week under the brand name Mirapex, developed by Pharmacia & Upjohn and Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals Inc. The study of pramipexole dihydrochloride's effects onpatients at 20 hospitals around the nation, led by researchers at the Univ...

Scientists Track Effectiveness Of Migraine Drugs With Ultrasound

...e strike against the headaches. This is a beginning study, Chung said. Further studies would includemore detail, such as measuring the medications against one another....

UT Southwestern Receives FDA Grant To Continue Studies Of Cancer-Fighting Drug Not Used For Past 50 Years

...ess in Cofield, doctors at UT Southwesternalso are beginning a separate clinical trial of the drug on women withpersistent or recurrent endometrial cancer. Cofield, meanwhile, still cannot be considered cured, but Kamen said hercomplete remission means she is much more likely to be cancer-free in thefu...

Benefits Of Annual Mammography Outweigh Radiation Risks Of Cancer

...udies suggest that annual mammography screening beginning at age 40 is not only safe but highly effective in reducing breast cancer deaths. Stephen A. Feig, M.D., professor of radiology at Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, and director of the Breast Imaging ...

Stress: It's Not Just All In Your Head; Scientists Map The Wear And Tear Of Daily Life

...act on healthstatus that researchers are only just beginning to understand. The research was funded by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundationas part of its Research Network on Socioeconomic Status and Health....

Researchers Show That Stroke Awareness Programs Are Effective; Also Find That Women Are More Likely To Get The Message

...veyof 200 people was conducted in each area at the beginning of the program. Aftera year, the survey will be repeated to measure awareness of stroke and strokewarning signs. Co-authors include Edward W. Pegg III, M.D.; Keith A. Kattner, M.D.;Kundan L. Gupta, M.D.; Curtis J. Hayden, M.D.; and Herman J...

Most Comprehensive Study Of Its Kind Shows Common Asthma Medications Don't Cause Behavioral Problems In Children, According To The Journal Pediatrics

...h asthmacompleted behavioral questionnaires at the beginning of the study, at one monthand one year. The children, who all had been diagnosed with asthma on averagefor 7 years, were tested for attention, concentration, memory, problem solvingand learning skills. No significant side effects or differences bet...

Personality, Thought To Be Stable Over Time, Changes In Healthy People Who Take A Widely Used Anti-Depressant

... in research subjects by takingmeasurements at the beginning of the study, after one week, and after fourweeks. After only one week, anti-depressant recipients scored lower on measuresof hostility, inversely related to blood levels of the anti-depressant. "From a societal point of view, the result raises the ...

Poor Heart Disease Patients Pay More For Medications, Get Less Preventative Care

...w researchersat Duke University Medical Center are beginning to learn why: many can't pay forlife saving medications and don't receive preventative care. Cardiologist Chen Tung and his Duke colleagues prepared their findingsfor presentation Tuesday at the 47th scientific sessions of the American Colle...

First Trimester Screening For Down Syndrome Possible, NICHD-Funded Study Finds

...mester but isusually not performed until after the beginning of the second trimester, afterthe 14th week of pregnancy. Amniocentesis involves inserting a needle into theuterus to withdraw fetal cells from the amniotic fluid, for later chromosomalanalysis. The procedure carries with it a 0.5 percent risk of mi...

Anti-Clotting Drug May Cause Potentially Fatal Platelet Disorder

...one marrow failure within the first threemonths of beginning therapy. Consequently, it has been recommended that bloodtests be performed every two weeks for three months after starting onticlopidine to identify this side effect early, before lethal complicationsdevelop. However, these tests do not help with ea...

Fat: It's Not For Breakfast Anymore; Study Finds Fat Linked To Clotting

...udy gives one more reason why you may bebetter off beginning the morning with a breakfast of low-fat yogurt, cereal orjuice instead of toast slathered with margarine or a croissant. A study of 91 elderly women reported in this month's Arteriosclerosis,Thrombosis and Vascular Biology: Journal of the Ame...

Cost-Effective Treatment Possible In Africa For HIV-Positive Pregnant Women If Drug Prices Lowered

..., withthree regimens: Treatment for the mother beginning at week 36 of pregnancy and continuingthrough chil...ionalInstitutes of Health found treatment with AZT beginning at the 28th week ofpregnancy reduced vertical transmission by about two thirds, according to DianeWa...

Pioneer In Nuclear Medicine Wins Lifetime Award

...like a manstanding in two rowboats. In 1958, I was beginning my residency in InternalMedicine, but I'd also become fascinated by the new field of nuclear medicine. Iwanted to explore them both and I did, but I worried that the two fields mightgradually start floating off in two different directions." He needn'...

New Study Designed To Improve Outcomes In Women With Metastatic Breast Cancer

...entuckyMarkey Cancer Center recently announced the beginning of a novel clinical trialdesigned to improve the outcome of metastatic breast cancer in some women. Themost frequently diagnosed non-skin cancer among women in the United States,breast cancer was expected to kill more than 40,000 women in 1997. Deca...

New Data Show Dangerous Interaction Between Blood Pressure Drugs

...r case studies demonstrate the potential hazard of beginning treatmentwith one of the older CCBs on patients who are already taking mibefradil and a-blocker, according to the researchers. They write: "These patients had othermedical conditions and other medications -- which may have contributed to thehypotens...

New Survey Finds Physicians Seek More Clarity In MS Diagnosis And Management

...this "middlecategory" is labeled, neurologists are beginning to recognize this phase of thedisease as being distinct. The University of Maryland-sponsored, consensus conference, where these survey findings were presented, brought some of the world's leading MS expertstogether to reassess the various c...

UCSF Study Finds Drug Treatment Can Be Cost Effective In Tanzania And Thailand For HIV-Positive Pregnant Women

...ionalInstitutes of Health found treatment with AZT beginning at the 28th week ofpregnancy reduced mother-to-child HIV transmission by about 66 percent. "While this protocol has great implications for efforts to stem transmission, itis not practical in most developing countries where women normally do not seek...

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