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Key event in cell death occurs as single, quick event

...eveloping body; and disposes of cells that sustain irreparable harm to their DNA or are infected with microorganisms.The researchers photographed individual cells undergoing that process, allowing investigators to observe the release of certain proteins from pores in the membranes of mitochondria. These cellular...

UC receives $3.4 million NIH grant to study treatment for HIV and hepatitis C

...control the chronic viral infections without doing irreparable harm to the liver," Dr. Sherman says. "You can live with one kidney or one lung but, as the old saying goes, your liver is your life." About 30 patients with both HIV and hepatitis C who are taking the standard cocktail treatment will be enrolled in...

NYU medical experts analyze subway injuries

... loss of a single finger, for six patients, to the irreparable damage of an arm or leg, for 28 patients. One person lost all four limbs. At the end of their stay, 111 people returned home, while 73 were discharged to a physical rehabilitation center or psychiatric facility. Twenty patients died in the hospital. ...

NYU Child Study Center raises over $165,000 at Picnic for ParentCorps

...oral problems before they become ingrained causing irreparable consequences for the child and society at large. "Kids with behavioral problems are more likely to drop out of school, to use drugs and to go to jail. They need help. And the Child Study Center has found a way to get them that help right in their o...

NYU Child Study Center to hold picnic for ParentCorps

...oral problems before they become ingrained causing irreparable consequences for the child and society at large. DATE: FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 2005 TIME: 7:00 p.m. PLACE: WATER MILL, NEW YORK...

Only transplant center that developed comprehensive protocol for liver transplants in kids with MSUD

...risk for going into metabolic crisis and suffering irreparable brain damage," said George V. Mazariegos, MD, director of Pediatric Transplantation at Children's and associate professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine in the departments of Surgery, Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine. "Su...

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