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New treatment 'roadmap' improves odds for unusual brain aneurysm
...an 400 brain aneurysm procedures a year, and while all
are not thrombotic, when this type does arise it presents particular challenges to a neurosurgeon, according to Lawton. "When confronted with a thrombotic aneurysm, the neurosurgeon's instinct to clip collides with the solid mass of the aneurysm forc...
Research urgently needed to treat blood clots in children
...ma, and that makes recognizing the symptoms of PTE all
the more vital, Dr. Massicotte said. While the cau...t to do studies, but we are not benefiting them at all
by doing that."...
Shape-altering genes linked to ovarian cancer
...s about 1 in 58, accounting for about 3 percent of all
cancers in women. The ultimate goal of Naora's res...yuki Yoshida, M.D., Ph.D., and Daniel Rosen, M.D., all
of M. D. Anderson, contributed to the research. The research was supported by grants from the Nation...
Researchers find that chocolate compound stops cancer cell cycle in lab experiments
... a cancer cell to continually divide. "There are all
kinds of chemicals in the food we eat that potenti...opped dividing when treated with pentamer and that all
four proteins were inactivated. Furthermore, expression of one of the genes was reduced. Dickson no...
Northwestern's cancer genetics program finds gene variants that greatly increase breast cancer risk
... been implicated in an estimated 3 to 7 percent of all
breast and ovarian cancer cases, studying TGFBR1*6A is important because it is a far more common gene as one in every eight individual carries at least one copy of this gene. The BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes are found only in one of every 400 to 800 people....
Rice, NC State win NAS/Keck Futures funding
...chasing equipment, and acquiring preliminary data all
of which can position the researchers to compete for larger awards from other public and private sources....
Child magazine editor addresses region's first annual women's and children's health care conference
...overs children's health and nutrition and oversees all
of the magazine's rating stories, including the immensely popular "The 10 Best Children's Hospitals." She is also a freelance writer for Prevention, Glamour and Self magazines. Child magazine is a national parenting publication with a circulation o...
Gene expression pattern predicts multiple drug resistance, treatment failure in pediatric leukemia
...t of those whose ALL cells were cross-sensitive to all
the drugs. Among patients whose ALL cells were ASP-sensitive plus VCR-resistant, the five-year, relapse-free survival rate was 93 percent, compared to 56 percent among patients whose ALL cells were VCR sensitive and ASP resistant. The genes linked t...
Learning software developed by Rutgers-Newark scientist helps 450,000 students with reading
...d among 2,700 public school districts in 25 states all
have something in common: They've used educational...nnecticut, and from Milwaukee to New York City are all
employing Fast ForWord software as a daily 50- or 90-minute part of their curriculum. There are vari...
Alternate view for pathology of AD
...th. Yet these tangles also occur to some extent in all
brains with age although typically there are a lot more in the brains of people with AD. "However, the correlation between the presence of NFTs and incidence of disease does not necessarily dictate a causal relationship" said lead author, Hy...
Obesity adds risk of cardiovascular disease in siblings in families with a history of heart problems
...e study, with no early signs of heart disease, but all
had at least one major risk factor. Every participant also had at least one sibling with premature coronary heart disease (such as blocked arteries) that had required hospitalization, so family history was a risk factor. Half of participants were w...
Research reveals emotional trauma parents face when a child is diagnosed with diabetes
...s. "The unexpectedness and speed of diagnosis left all
parents ill prepared to deal with the situation. T...Diabetes intruded emotionally and practically upon all
of their lives." Lesley Lowes and her team hope that their paper will help health professionals unde...
The Neurosciences and Music in Leipzig: Registration boom and over 140 posters
...should be pointed out: there are over 140 posters, all
of which of very high quality. The Foundation has decided to acknowledge the authors of the thirty best posters by awarding free participation to the conference. The research subjects described in the posters show the quality leap that research has ...
Newborn's first week may be critical period for developing obesity in adulthood
...dults, ranging in age from 20 to 32. The subjects, all
of whom were white, had been measured as newborns ...h." Given that participants in the current study all
received infant formula, Dr. Stettler says, it may be relevant that exclusive breastfeeding during e...
Surgery for children with sleep apnea improves quality of life
... at one year," the authors write. "Even though not all
children were cured of OSA (using PSG parameters), the improvement in QOL was nevertheless significant. This indicates that some of the effects of sleep-disordered breathing on QOL are not measured by the PSG."...
Gastric bypass patients fare better as surgical programs' experience increases
...Theoretically, high volume enables the surgeon and all
involved clinicians to develop a significant experience with the procedure and these patients in a shorter period, according to the authors. "Our data seem to support both premises that the learning curve is approximately 100 cases and a high-volume ...
Patients' lives at risk from substandard drugs say heart specialists
...lth Organization's essential medications and, like all
fibrinolytics, there was a fine balance between efficacy in restoring blood flow to the heart and the risk of causing major bleeds. Strict calibration of the activity was mandatory and must be stated on the manufacturer's label. "I found it astonishi...
Virtual colonoscopy: Virtually promising
... as virtual colonoscopy) has the potential to meet all
of these criteria, especially if the need to take ...est, a diagnostic test and a therapeutic procedure all
in one, which may be considered an advantage by some people; however the downsides must be considere...
Institute of Medicine news: Human resource crisis in HIV/AIDS
...five other components. The individuals serving in all
of these programs would constitute a critical driv...alth agencies. Education and training offered by all
GHS participants should encompass not only clinical and technical skills, but also management of fin...
Press registration reminder ESC Congress 2005, 3-7 September 2005
...ties, materials and assistance will be provided to all
on-site press attendees, including a series of press conferences on the hot topics of the Congress and access to speakers, authors and ESC Spokespersons for comment and interviews. Details of the ESC press conference schedule and press release topics...
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