Are you ready for a new facial injectable?
No one likes wrinkles. Even though aging is a natural phenomenon, almost everyone wishes to slow it down. Some patients take a proactive approach with opting for the right...
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Surgeons perform first gene therapy procedure aimed at stopping AMD-related blindness
Researchers have completed the first gene therapy procedure aimed at stopping age-related macular degeneration. The operation was performed at John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford...
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Fracking is responsible for the earthquakes in Oklahoma; they are triggered by the injection of wastewater deep into the ground
The volume and depth of injected wastewater deep into the ground by fracking methods may be the key drivers in the induced earthquakes in Oklahoma, according to a major study...
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What to expect from Lupron treatment
Lupron is a type of hormone therapy for people with prostate cancer. Lupron is an injection drug, and doctors often prescribe it in combination with radiation therapy or...
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Provectus ocular melanoma treatment gets orphan drug designation
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Heroin and meth are driving record high syphilis rates in the US, report warns
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Regeneron reports revenue increase for 2018
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Letter to the Editor - Sentinel lymph node biopsy in melanoma: Which hot nodes should be harvested and is blue dye really necessary?
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‘Intersecting epidemics': Drug use doubles in women, straight men with syphilis
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Opioid epidemic is fueling a rise in STROKES: Rate has soared in 20 years
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Seeing The Way Viruses Infects Cells Up Close
An up-close view of how virus such as Ebola or HIV spread is being studied through x-ray crystallography and computer simulation.
New tool in the fight against superbugs: A test that shows if bacteria is...
A group of researchers from the California Institute of Technology has developed a new antibiotic-resistant detection test. According to Science Daily, their process will allow...
By 2050, 13 Million Cases Of Cervical Cancer Cases Will Be Prevented
Due to rapid adaptation of HPV vaccine in high income countries, an estimated 13 million cases of cervical cancer will be prevented.
Morning Exercise With Short Breaks can Control Blood Pressure
Morning exercise combined with short walking breaks can help control blood pressure in overweight or obese elderly people, especially women. This significantly reduces the risk...
Acid Reflux Medications to Increase Kidney Disease Risk
There is an increased risk of chronic kidney disorders with the usage of proton pump inhibitors for long-term, according to a new study.
Anti-cancer Immunotherapy to Fight Persistent HIV
CRCHUM researchers are exploring a potential therapeutic approach for treating HIV patients with persistent virus
Suicide System of Tuberculosis Bacteria Can Lead to New Therapies
Tuberculosis bacteria have a suicide system which could lead to new treatments for TB. The toxin-antitoxin system that makes the bacteria suicidal is a potential drug target...
New Hybrid Bone Implant Imitates Bone Structure
Scientists have developed a unique hybrid bone implant made of polymers that imitates the human bone structure and is additionally reinforced to increase strength and elasticity.
Molecular Test That Predicts Immunotherapy Response For Kidney Cancer
Researchers have conducted a study using Lucence's molecular test, CLEARScore, to predict immunotherapy response for kidney cancer.
Dancing Has Positive Effects on Learning in Children
The latest research findings and Finland's school curriculum encourage children to get off their desks and learn through physical activity and movement that improve their...