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Bladder-sparing procedure found effective for treating invasive bladder cancer

...ged or "tri-modality" approach in their attempt to combat this often deadly condition. Members of the MGH research team had developed this approach and reported a pilot study?s results in 1993. One hundred ninety patients were treated in this study. First, surgery was performed to remove the patient's tu...

Peto and Doll win King Olav Vs Prize for Outstanding Cancer Research

... a huge body of knowledge to reinforce our work to combat tobacco. Anti-tobacco efforts are one of the most important areas for the Norwegian Cancer Society", says Lilly Christensen, Secretary General of the Norwegian Cancer Society. Sir Richard Peto is one of the world's leading experts on why smokers die ...

Behavior plays key role in disease development and control, according to 10-year prospective review

...plicate in treatment settings, such as exposure to combat scenes for veteran's suffering from posttraumatic stress disorder. The collection of 27 articles follows prior special issues on behavioral medicine published in the same journal in 1982 and 1992. The current special issue coincides with the Decade o...

Skin patch technology may increase women's libido

...she already has, resulting in improved libido." To combat the physiologic effects of menopause, such as hot flashes and vaginal dryness, oral hormone replacement therapy (HRT), which usually involves a combination of estrogen and a synthetic version of progesterone, has traditionally been the first line tre...

High tech sky tech

...oing everything that is normally seen in a hostile combat zone: surveillance, strike, perhaps even capture and detention. Imagine hundreds, or thousands of vehicles perhaps robotic flies or birds all armed and dangerous, and, best of all, all doing the dirty work. Now imagine this network as mobile m...

Cost-effectiveness assessments important for HIV response in Africa

...eir implications for value-for-money strategies to combat HIV/AIDS in Africa. The investigators identified over 60 reports that measured cost and effectiveness of HIV/AIDS interventions. 24 studies were used to calculate standardised estimates of cost (US$) per HIV infection prevented and cost per disabilit...

American Chemical Society to honor Albert Szent-Gyrgyi

...fe, Szent-Gyrgyi apparently shot himself to escape combat and return to school in 1917. He reportedly said that he was overcome with such a mad desire to return to science that one day I grabbed my revolver and in despair put a shot through my upper arm. After studying at various European universities, Szen...

Cancer patients' loss of taste, smell compromises treatment

...s, it will provide an important tool in helping to combat the weight and body-mass loss patients often experience, said Garst. "As oncologists, we can become so focused on the medical treatments of the disease that we overlook the importance of factors like weight loss and nutritional status. Both of these...

A combination of targeted therapies may be needed to keep prostate cancer at bay

...o determine whether different targeted drugs would combat resistance. First, they gave the mice who had developed resistant tumors a drug called OSI774 (Tarceva), developed by Genentech and OSI Pharmaceuticals that works by a similar mechanism to ZD1839, but found that the tumors continued to grow. Second...

Second stage of HIV vaccine trial begins in London and Oxford, UK

...pment should prioritise vaccines that will work to combat HIV in highly affected countries. Globally we need to strengthen prevention education efforts while at the same time giving priority to developing new prevention tools such as vaccines." Anyone in London or Oxford who is eligible and interested in j...

Vitamin C may help 'juice up' metabolism in older adults, offsetting weight gain

...oulder study indicates older adults may be able to combat oxidative stress in their cells that may damage ti... if resting metabolism will be increased. We can combat the effects of oxygen free radicals by giving older adults substances known as anti-oxidants, said B...

UCLA scientists discover African strain of AIDS in two American infants

...ailable for children only since 1997 successfully combat the spread of HIV in most pediatric patients. However, the more complicated regimens work best posing a host of social problems as these children enter adolescence. These findings are published in the April edition of Clinical Infectious Diseases. Th...

Study succeeds in closing gaps in heart attack care

...s and the evidence behind them. GAP is designed to combat that effect by identifying key priorities for care and creating easy-to-use reminders directed at doctors, nurses and even the patients themselves during the course of treatment. Information on the GAP heart attack project, and the heart failure and ...

HIV protein stops cell division, leading to more virus and sicker patients

...senal of knowledge about HIV, which can be used to combat the virus. Understanding more about how this virus ticks and what it wants to do will put us in a better position to prevent those events from occurring, said Greene, director of the Gladstone Institute of Virology and Immunology and UCSF professor ...

Mothers attitudes toward childrens eating linked to childrens obesity

...ly-directed dietary interventions may be needed to combat childhood obesity." The growing prevalence of obesity among children and teens has prompted health experts to call the problem an epidemic. Today, about one of every four American children is considered obese. Children who are obese tend to become ob...

Nutrition education with a food label focus helps diabetics over 65 meet treatment goals

...ussed in the sessions along with product claims to combat misconceptions about label inaccuracies and marketing "gimmicks." Participants were also offered tips for saving money at the supermarket to counter their belief that it was too expensive to eat a healthful diet. One session was conducted in a sup...

Police officers who experience panic during traumatic event have greatest risk of PTSD

... confirmed a finding from their earlier studies of combat veterans that those who feel the event is unreal as it unfolds, as if they were in a dream, a movie or a play have a higher risk of developing symptoms. The study also found that although only seven percent of officers are currently reporting sign...

Duke researchers identify the mechanisms by which drug combinations kill fungal infections

...ew ways in which existing drugs can be combined to combat fungal infections and improve therapy," he said. C...test tube, and had been proposed as an approach to combat difficult to treat fungal infections. The multi-drug antifungal treatment concept was tested in mice...

Experts announce global antimicrobial resistance initiative - World preview of the Global White Paper on bacterial resistance in respiratory tract infections - a call for concerted international action

...e to policy-makers and healthcare professionals to combat the crisis of rapidly increasing antimicrobial resistance. A preview of the first ever Global White Paper1 on Bacterial Resistance in Community-Acquired Respiratory Tract Infections (RTIs) was discussed by an international faculty of leading experts...

Landmark study uncovers reasons behind recurring back injury

...sation funded this research to combat back injury -- the number one reason Americans miss work, after the common cold. Across the country in 1999, more than 420,000 people missed work because of back injury. Each lost an average...

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