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LOS ANGELES (AP) — The creation of California's stem cell agency in 2004 was greeted by scientists and patients as a turning point in a field mired in debates about the destruction of embryos and hampered ...
... in patients with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis," the European researchers, led by Dr. Giancarlo Comi of the Institute of Experimental Neurology in Milan, wrote. The study, which was funded ...
... in earthbound patients, he added. Vision changes in some International Space Station astronauts have been noted but the cause is not fully understood, according to Dr. William Tarver, chief of the flight ...
... patients' damaged spines to help regenerate nerves, while lithium is used to promote the growth of the nerve fibres. Each component of the combination therapy needs to be tested separately before they ...
... the nerve, may help. Beware a doctor who tells you the first and only solution is to go under the knife: "Less than 10 percent of my patients require surgery," says Raj Rao, M.D., vice chairman of the ...
... cases and 6,000 deaths. Children were particularly affected; the image shows child patients suffering from eye paralysis. Major outbreaks became more frequent during the century: in 1952, the US saw a ...
...  affecting at least 5.4 million Americans that robs patients of memory and reasoning skills. These characteristics, detectable with brain scans and spinal fluid tests, can appear years before Alzheimer's ...
... hospitals and cancer specialists contacted by The Associated Press say they still have just enough methotrexate to treat current patients. But a January survey of 204 oncologists around the country found ...
... accurate, quality resource information on fibromyalgia to patients, health care professionals and the general public. Tina M. Tockarshewsky is president and chief ...
... of Southern California, says many of his baby boomer patients try to cram all their exercise and activity into a weekend but do nothing during the week to prepare. That puts extra stress on bodies and ...
... and told the family they had been delayed leaving the hospital because of high numbers of patients at the accident and emergency department. She added that she and her husband had considered taking Mrs ...
...  Many A.L.S. patients die within two years, but Dr. Olney survived more than eight after his diagnosis. In that time he was able to see both of his children get married and to see the birth of his first ...
... to restore vision using embryonic stem cells as treatment. It was published in The Lancet. Human embryonic stem cells were used to treat macular degeneration in two legally blind patients. Four months ...
... the patients are doing well four months on from the trial. This is a significant moment because there has been so much expectation about human embryonic stem cells - which have the potential to turn into ...
LOS ANGELES — A treatment for eye diseases that is derived from human embryonic stem cells might have improved the vision of two patients, bolstering the beleaguered field, researchers reported Monday. ...
... improvement of the macular degeneration patient might be mostly psychological, because the vision in her untreated eye appeared to get better too. Both patients remain legally blind despite their improvements, ...
... for older patients and recommend against them for most younger postmenopausal women with osteopenia. The experts also generally recommend that most people on bisphosphonates take them for just ...
... for older patients and recommend against them for most younger postmenopausal women with osteopenia. The experts also generally recommend that most people on bisphosphonates take them for just ...
... She also noted that osteoporosis becomes a greater risk in the oldest patients, so a woman with a moderate risk who is 85 or older might be better off getting tested every three years instead of every ...
... it makes sense to test bone density because of this unhappy fact: Unlike many of the other screening tests we’ve discussed in this blog that are often overused for older patients — – Pap smears and colonoscopies, ...
... of transplants for mentally disabled patients is a complex one (CNN) -- Can a patient be rejected for a kidney transplant based on a developmental... Hospital denies child kidney transplant STORY ...
... to spinal cord injuries, treatments that are backed by little or no scientific evidence and which are considered at best experimental. Some of these involve large general hospitals where patients pay ...
... Moderate and acute neck pain is one of the most frequent reasons for trips to primary care doctors, prompting millions of visits every year. For patients, it can be a difficult problem to navigate. In ...
... cause, such as a trauma or pinched nerve, and the patients been experiencing the pain for between two and 12 weeks when the study began. The study volunteers were randomly selected for one of three ...
... contribute to the prevention of disease. Continue reading the main story“Start Quote I am proud that the units are helping patients. I get letters from them all the time.” End QuoteChristine MillsHope ...
... the last five years have brought a rapid rollout of new and sophisticated drugs that are changing how this disease is managed and offering patients new hope. “We have a disease that’s gone from ...
... for cancer patients following criticism from charities. But Macmillan Cancer says the changes could have devastating consequences. Previously, only... 17 December 2011 Last updated at 08:33 ...
... poorly designed hospitals and furniture for patients Editor's note: CNN.com will be bringing you a series of interviews with amazing individuals who were... Designing a better hospital room STORY ...
... to GPs." Richard Hoey, editor of GP magazine, Pulse, said: "Limiting patients to drugs like Viagra just twice a month is to treat sex like an unnecessary luxury, and completely fails to recognise the degree ...
... the new drugs have been given to patients who already show cognitive symptoms. Adrian Ivinson, director of the Harvard NeuroDiscovery Center, which focuses on degenerative brain diseases, thinks some of ...
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