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'Hedgehog' signal distinguishes lethal from localized prostate cancers

... in the public domain -- it's been known since the mid 1960s as the cause of one-eyed sheep in the western U.S.," says Philip Beachy, Ph.D., professor of molecular biology and genetics in Hopkins' Institute for Basic Biomedical Sciences and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator. "But our finding...

Global strategies for improving child health under scrutiny

... Childhood Illness (IMCI) introduced by WHO in the mid 1990s. More than ten million children worldwide die every year; 95% of these deaths occur in 42 less developed countries. Neonatal disorders, diarrhoea, pneumonia, and malaria are the main causes of child death, although HIV/AIDS accounts for at leas...

Risk of stroke doubles for migraine sufferers

...dults, with as many as a quarter of women in their mid to late thirties suffering the condition. The link between migraine and stroke established in this review raises new questions about whether these two conditions share similar risk factors, which must be further researched. In particular, much more...

Telemedicine is healthcare's new frontier

... development of telemedicine. Since the mid '90s, a number of activities have been initiated in Europe by national and international organisations with the purpose of demonstrating and promoting the use of satcom in the field of telemedicine. To a large extent, such pre-competitive activities ...

Government approach to cutting hospital stays may be misleading

...of the total population of England aged over 65 in mid 1997, accounted for 38% of emergency admissions in 1997-8 but only 3.2% in 2002-3. The authors say that further research to refine the definition of 'high risk' groups for interventions to reduce admissions is needed, and they warn that the effective...

Dedicated hospital stroke centers improve quality of acute care

...bilitation," Potter said. According to Potter, by mid 2005, there should be more than 100 hospitals nationwide with Joint Commission Primary Stroke Center certifications, and people should become educated about where these stroke centers are located. For a list of certified stroke centers, visit http:/...

HIV-1 spread through six transmission lines in the UK

...hains of transmission, introduced in the early and mid 1980s. This goes against the prevailing belief that one initial entry of HIV-1 was responsible for the spread of the epidemic. "Since 1990 there have been important changes in Britain's social attitudes and awareness of HIV-1 and AIDS. Despite a ver...

First UK cases of previously rare disease reported in gay men

...others said they had become infected in the UK. By mid February, a total of 34 cases had been reported. The infection usually manifests as an ulcer or papule, and symptoms usually include rectal inflammation (proctitis), rectal pain and bleeding, straining, constipation and abdominal pain. The infection ...

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(Date:5/22/2015)... Medivo, Inc., a leader in lab data ... Results in ‘Baby Boomers’ Screened for HCV Following the 2012 ... Database” at Digestive Disease Week, May 16-19, 2015. , ... team members Carol Smyth, MB; Jason Bhan, MD; Tatiana Sorokina, ... with Nancy Reau, MD from the University of Chicago, Chicago, ...
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