Medicine and Life Sciences - Pharmacology
Most of the time, when someone gets a cut, scrape, burn, or other wound, the body takes care of itself and heals on its own. But this is not always the case. Diabetes can interfere with the healing process and create wounds that will not go away and that could become infected and fester.
An analysis of data by researchers at Oxford Population Health's Cancer Epidemiology Unit has shown that use of progestogen-only hormonal contraceptives is associated with a 20-30% higher risk of breast cancer. The results are published in PLOS Medicine .
New U.S. data reveals significant disparities among groups, regions regarding prescription opioid use
In one of the most comprehensive studies to date, the findings showed more than one in ten Americans used prescription opioids in the past 12 months By Western Communications , March 21, 2023 By Western Communications , March 21, 2023 More than 30 million Americans – roughly 12 per cent of the U.S. population – rely on prescription opioids.
Studies & Further Education People in Austria have great confidence in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), diagnostic and therapeutic methods of TCM should also be strengthened further in national healthcare systems.
Publication of the CIRI in the journal Science Translational Medicine on March 15, 2023. Press realease of the INSERM on March 17, 2023. A large proportion of the population has developed immunity to SARS-CoV-2 following infection and/or vaccination.
Date Scientists have found a new way to predict which myeloma patients will benefit the most from a treatment often used to help keep the blood cancer from coming back after a stem cell transplant. For people with certain high-risk genetic features in their cancer cells, the drug, called lenalidomide, cut their risk of seeing their cancer progress or dying by up to 40-fold.
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Greater Manchester secures multi-million investment to improve the diagnosis and treatment of disease to save more lives
Immune-cell booster for cancer patients
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Hopkins COVID-19 data hub ends after three years
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New data of efficacy of a Meningococcal B Vaccine and a Preventive Antibiotic in Reducing the Risk of Sexually Transmitted Bacterial Infections and proven efficacy of the MVA-BN Vaccine Against Mpox
More awareness needed to improve heart health in women: University of Toronto researcher
When researchers join forces in the fight against cancer
MedUni Vienna's Transplantation Research Platform Awards 'Start up Grants' to Young Researchers
Roadmap sets out new global strategy for development of more effective coronavirus vaccines
Fighting liver cancer with cells of the innate immune system