Tag: "reinstate" at medical news
Backyard treatment may yield leukemia treatment
...an block it. We also have shown that forskolin can reinstate
normal cell functioning, even in Gleevec-resistant cells that do not respond to any treatment currently available." CML arises when two chromosomes 9 and 22 mistakenly exchange genetic material during cell division. The translocation creates a new...
Researchers develop new method for studying 'mental time travel'
...g that happened in the past, what you do is try to reinstate
your mental context from that event," said Norman. "If you can get yourself into the mindset that you were in during the event you're trying to remember, that will allow you to remember specific details. The techniques that we used in this study allo...
Defective immune system response to smallpox vaccine detailed in new study
...ttack using smallpox virus prompted authorities to reinstate
voluntary smallpox vaccination for specific groups, such as military personnel. In the first five months of 2003, the U.S. Department of Defense vaccinated more than 450,000 personnel against smallpox. During this period, the majority of those who de...
CMA should reinstate CMAJ editors unless they have a valid explanation for their dismissal
...Canadian Medical Association (CMA) should offer to reinstate
the recently fired editor and deputy editor of the...an editorial independence, then it should offer to reinstate
Hoey and Todkill, and subsequently follow its own interim governance principles." Short of reinstati...
IADR reinstates Isaac Schour Memorial Award
...ts of a valued mentorship, and we are delighted to reinstate
this award permanently." The IADR Isaac Schour Mem... anatomic sciences. "The IADR is deeply honored to reinstate
this prestigious award on behalf of the Sarnat Family Foundation," said Takayuki Kuroda, IADR presid...
Mild sadness provokes depressive thinking in some recovered patients
...enced by someone with a history of depression, can reinstate
some of the cognitive features observed in depression itself," the authors write. "The presence of such reactivity in recovered patients signals a residual but heightened risk for episode relapse that has not been fully addressed by treatment." ...