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Improving communications and support for doctors, patients and partners

...h the specialist breast services about the initial stages of diagnosis and treatment, 41% said that a phone ...he effects of such a support programme at specific stages of the breast cancer diagnosis. For instance, one could be run for a group for men under 40 years o...

Keeping patients in touch with their lives and their treatments

... technique for recording data from patients at all stages of disease. Its use may be adapted for patients on oral or hormonal therapy, and we hope to roll it out to patients being treated for other cancers as well....

Tests reveal subtle signs of Alzheimer's before clinical symptoms appear

...and how brain function is affected in the earliest stages of the disease. While the team is cautious about linking these cognitive changes to actual changes in the brain, they suggest that future functional magnetic resonance imaging studies might assist in identifying any neural basis for these cognitive ...

Duke Cancer Center, ABC2 join to test brain cancer drugs

...arce and few compounds ever make it into the final stages of testing." The new partnership will enable the Duke team to rapidly screen and test new drugs in the lab, then move them into the clinic more quickly than traditional approaches within 18 to 24 months after testing to potentially save patients w...

Document destruction practices obliterate tobacco company defenses in critical Australian decision

...is a 51-year old woman suffering from the advanced stages of lung cancer. Her lawsuit sought compensatory, pain and suffering, and punitive damages against British American Tobacco Australia Services Limited (formerly WD and HO Wills), the Australian subsidiary of tobacco giant BAT. She smoked Escort and ...

New study shows ropinirole slows the loss of dopamine function in Parkinsons disease

... drug slows the loss of dopamine function in early stages of Parkinsons disease (PD) compared with an older,... Researchers wanted to try ropinirole on the early stages of PD and in participants who had not begun taking levodopa, often called L-dopa. L-dopa, which hel...

Effectiveness of drugs used to treat Parkinson's disease in early, later stages measured

...of different medications during early versus later stages of Parkinsons disease is critical to managing symptoms and perhaps the progression of the disease, according to a study presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology. The main pathologic and biochemical characteristic of Pa...

Post-genomic technique provides real-time, multiscale look at protein life cycles in living cells

...scrimination between the different, time-separated stages of development and degradation of the protein. In addition, the fluorescent proteins are often larger than many of the proteins they are attached to. And, they dont allow researchers to explore the dynamics of the protein at different resolution le...

New oral medication halts blindness in AIDS patients

...ding cause of blindness among patients in the late stages of AIDS. While the infection originates from a germ or virus to which most people have been exposed, it lies dormant in the general population. However, if a person's immune system is damaged - as in the case of HIV or transplant patients - the virus...

MMP enzymes play key role in stability and breakdown of atherosclerotic plaques

...he infiltration of inflammatory cells in the early stages of atherosclerotic plaque formation and blocking the proliferation of inflammatory cells in more mature plaques. o (MMP)-9 Enzymes Enable Cells to Migrate Within Arteries and Attach to Extracellular Matrix Newly discovered functions of MMP enzymes sh...

First report of stem cell signal of intention to become specific neuron

...onic stem cells, which are taken from the earliest stages of an embryo, generally at 32 cells or less. Such cells have the potential to turn into dopamine neurons when implanted in the brains of humans with Parkinson's disease. Carvey's group did not want to work with this type cell, however, not because ...

Studies yield key insights in preventing destruction of insulin-producing cells

...he immune system's response to antigens at various stages in the development of diabetes depends on many factors. While the insulin injection trial did not prevent diabetes, the information gathered provides a platform for other prevention studies. Clinical trials are a critical step in the quest for answ...

Type 1 diabetes safely arrested with short-term use of new drug

... Although diabetes has been arrested in its early stages before, these previous successes have come at a cost. In the mid-1980s, protracted therapy with the immunosuppressive drugs cyclosporine and azathioprine were shown to preserve remaining beta cell function in newly diagnosed patients. But because pat...

High cholesterol and calcification are to blame for aortic valve disease

...fits of using statins to treat patients with early stages of the aortic valve disease process. Earlier statin use may prolong the time to severe disease and the need for surgical valve replacement. Statins are drugs that block the formation of cholesterol in the liver and increase the production of the re...

New test identifies aggressive and less aggressive prostate cancers

...s with higher grades of tumor are in more advanced stages of the disease, but the grade does not tell how aggressively the tumors have been growing or metastasizing. The new test was developed by cancer researcher Akhouri Sinha, a professor of genetics, cell biology, and development, faculty member of the U...

Clinical symptoms may aid early diagnosis of variant CJD

...Jakob disease in the UK. They found that the early stages of variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease are dominated by psychiatric symptoms, such as dysphoria, withdrawal, anxiety, and insomnia. A significant proportion of patients also exhibit neurological symptoms within four months of clinical onset, including ...

New research brain abnormalities appear early in psychoses

...evelop. Brain scans of 25 patients in the earliest stages of psychosis showed parts of a section of the brain mainly related to memory and recognition of speech (the temporal lobe) were shrunk compared with those of healthy people. These findings, to be published in the July issue of the American Journal of...

National health care access restrictions delay Alzheimer's disease diagnosis, treatment

...n can diagnose and initiate treatment in the early stages of the disease, when slowing disease progression may have an impact and make a difference in patients' and their caregivers lives." "Delays in Alzheimer's patients' diagnosis also result from caregivers putting off initial physician consultations," M...

Powerful burn-prevention video wins national award

...ies are interspersed with footage of the different stages of burn treatment, and interviews with fire fighters who have risked their lives in fires caused by accidents or arson, medical staff who have cared for burn patients, and with Pucci and Paul Taheri, M.D., M.B.A., director of the Trauma Burn Center. ...

Strongest medical evidence seldom considered newsworthy

... the University of Berne, Switzerland examined two stages on the path to newspaper coverage selection by medical journal editors of studies for press releases and selection of newsworthy articles by journalists. They identified all original research articles published in the Lancet and BMJ during 1999 and ...

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