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Duke Study Suggests New Class Of Drugs Could Bypass Leptin Loop

...nis only the first step in a series of events that ultimately boosts fatmetabolism, according to study authors Sheila Collins and Richard Surwit. Leptin was identified last year as a protein that regulates body weightvia appetite suppression. But the complex circuit by which leptin begins the weight losscycle ...

New Colorectal Cancer Treatment Available

...ts don't respond to these drugs, and most patients ultimately progress through their first line therapy. Until now, we have had no effective second line therapy to offer these patients, so we are very excited to have a more effective treatment option," said Dr. Saltz. Researchers are planning to enroll approxi...

Study Shows Major Savings In Supervising TB Care

...ies that seek only to save money in the short term ultimately may be both inferior toand more expensive than a m...ies that seek only to save money in the short term ultimately may be both inferior to and more expensive than a more comprehensive approach like DOT," says Chaiss...

Radio Frequencies Used To Kill Inoperable Liver Tumors At Penn's Cancer Center

...urgery because a much smaller probe is used, which ultimately decreases vascular complications," Fraker concludes....

Clinical Pharmacists Improve Outcomes Of Heart Failure Patients

... he believes the use of clinical pharmacists "will ultimately prove tobe cost-effective in the long run. The average cost per hospitalization for aheart failure patient is approximately $7,000. If we can reduce the rate ofrehospitalization, the savings should add up quickly." Gattis prepared the resul...

UB Plants "Seeds" By Investing In Research Projects; Researchers Leverage Investment 14 Times Over

... story: Benefits will accrue long into the future, ultimately improving lives, thanks to the program's investments in research on new technologies, assistive devices and fundamental mechanisms behind common medical conditions, as well as other important advances. "This is a winner for UB from an economic point ...

For Patients With Advanced Prostate Cancer, Newly Evaluated Drug May Offer Pain Relief And Mild Delay In Disease Progression

... diagnosed withless advanced cancer, one-half will ultimately develop metastasized disease,according to Small. Patients with advanced prostate cancer are treated with hormone therapy, andvirtually all deaths result when patients become resistant to this treatment. Few therapeutic options exist, either for trea...

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

... will help us improve our ability to diagnose, and ultimately treat,patients more effectively." Experts have begun to study a segment of MS patients that are converting-- or transitioning -- from relapsing-remitting MS (RRMS), a category thataccounts for 40 percent of all MS patients, to secondary-prog...

Three INEEL Inventions Win International Recognition

...aluation phase, and plan to scale up to 6-inch and ultimately 12-inch insertsfabricated with multiple spray nozzles and robotic manipulation," said McHugh. Cereal Killers The Malt-based Antimicrobial is a naturally occurring biopesticide derived frommalted cereal grains. Developed as an environmental solutio...

Magnetic Hearing Aid Could Open New "Window" For Hearing Impaired

...ing those of the voice as it reaches the ear. What ultimately reaches the brain and what the user actually hears is the neteffect of combining the natural sound patterns with those generated by themagnetic hearing device. In this way, the sound waves from the device amplifythe desired sound. To reduce backgr...

Cyclosporin Appears Effective In Treating Heart Disease

...gement of the heart's middle muscular layerand can ultimately progress to heart failure. Several forms of inherited heartdisease, including HCM, are associated with genetic mutations that causethickening of the heart muscle wall. This thickening is known as cardiachypertrophy. In a previous study, published i...

'DES Daughters' Had Increased Rates of Cancer; An Animal Study Shows 'DES Granddaughters' May Too

...reatedwomen. Although the incidence of cancer was ultimately determined to be low,other abnormalities, including poor reproductive outcome in DES daughters, arequite common. Other well-known uses of DES, such as to fatten cattle and chickens,have also been discontinued....

Researchers Splice Severed Spinal Cords

...erve fibers develop holes intheir membranes, which ultimately leads to separation of the nerve fiber within24 to 72 hours." Nerve cells consist of a cell body and trailing tail called an axon, whichcan extend from the spinal cord to the muscles in the leg, for example. In mammals, if nerve fibers outsid...

Comprehensive Heart Failure Program At Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

...enabling them to stay healthier, remain athome and ultimately avoid some of the most invasive treatments such as surgeryor heart transplant. Such measures will not only result in a better quality oflife for the patient, but also in reduced costs for healthcare services. Forexample, one component of the program ...

Hunter College Biologist Marie Filbin Identifies Mechanism That Blocks All Inhibitors Of Nerve Regeneration; Breakthrough Reported In Neuron Magazine

...ed cyclicAMP, whichcauses a cascade of events that ultimately block the regrowth inhibition." However, Filbin has found that no blocking effect occurs if the neuron isexposed to neurotrophins and MAG or myelin at the same time. The neuron must be"primed" first. Filbin co-authored the article, "Prior Exposure ...

Help On The Way For Victims Of Paralysis

...r researchers from a wide range offields." He says ultimately people with disabilities will benefit from nerve cuffimplantations. Hoffer says a primary goal is to restore the voluntary use ofparalyzed limbs, but other functions might also be restored. "People with brainor spinal cord injuries not only have para...

More Evidence Of Possible Adverse Effects From New Hormone Use In Women With Heart Disease

...s. Coumadin is a anti-coagulant. While the study ultimately found no difference between the two treatments, it had amassed detailed data on 8,803 patients with heart disease who had suffered a heart attack, including any use of HRT. In this group were 1,857 postmenopausal women. The researchers found: ...

'Motion Blindness,' Not Just Poor Memory, Causes Alzheimer's Patients To Lose Their Way

...r ability to interpret motion.While both areas are ultimately damaged, in the early stages thedisease usually seems to affect one area more than the other."Some patients will lose their way, and others will lose theirmemory," says Duffy. There are patients who continue drive yearsafter diagnosis, though they ca...

Active Aging Makes A Difference: World Health Day 1999 Set April 7

...ces everyone's quality of life. This process also ultimately enriches thesocioeconomic well-being of the nations of this Hemisphere." Active aging, hesaid, "reminds us that healthy aging consists of more than just the avoidanceof disease. The true message behind the theme is that if we adopt healthybehaviors...

Future Chlamydia Screening Should Take Account Of Possible Disadvantages For Women

...would also have the opportunity to investigate and ultimately address men's understanding of their sexual behaviour. Duncan and Hart conclude that these issues should be fully considered to ensure any future screening programme does not have the unintended consequence of implying that women are to blame for s...

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