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2014/11/28 09:38
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The nervous system may play a bigger role in infections and auto-immune diseases than previously known, says a study. Learning more about that role could lead to early diagnosis and treatment of...
2014/11/28 09:38
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2014/11/28 08:02
2014/11/28 08:02
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SEVERN, Md. (AP) — Alyssa Riggan hasn’t dwelled on being the first person in the U.S. to successfully receive part of a liver from a living donor 25 years ago, a medical procedure that paved the way...
2014/11/28 04:29
2014/11/28 04:29
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A group of Ebola vaccine researchers say they are 'encouraged' by the results of an initial clinical trial, in which volunteers developed antibodies needed to fight the virus. But the end product is...
2014/11/28 00:37
2014/11/28 00:37
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The turkey, the stuffing, the green bean casserole -- it all sounded good. What doesn't sound so good to Shaylee Nelson, how long it takes to burn off the 4500 calories the average American eats on...
2014/11/27 22:06
2014/11/27 22:06
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Catherine has been offered further palliative chemotherapy, which her family – especially her adored son – are desperate for her to keep going with. Her son Gary tells me, in a low voice, privately,...
2014/11/27 20:36
2014/11/27 20:36
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UNDATED (AP) Scientists have discovered a gene mutation among older people that could start them on the path to leukemia, lymphoma or other blood disease, The discovery of the so-called "pre-cancer"...
2014/11/27 20:15
2014/11/27 20:15
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Initial human trials of an experimental ebola vaccine show promise, according to researchers at the National Institutes of Health. A recent study exposed 20 healthy adults to the prototype drug,...
2014/11/27 15:19
2014/11/27 15:19
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Brittany Maynard, a 29-year-old terminally ill woman, took her own life under Oregon’s Death with Dignity law earlier this month. (AP Photo/Maynard Family, FILE) Advocates are hoping Brittany...
2014/11/27 09:25
2014/11/27 09:25
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The University of Texas Southwestern class of 2014 is celebrating graduation. Class vice president Amy Ho has shed her scrubs for heels and a black dress. She says with modern technology, med school...
2014/11/27 07:08
2014/11/27 07:08
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The following are the top stories in the national and international press today. All national newspapers today have a story on the arraignment of Home Affairs Minister Manuel Mallia’s former driver,...
2014/11/27 03:17
2014/11/27 03:17
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They’re heavy artillery in the fight against flu, but new and better vaccines are out of reach for most Canadians. New flu vaccines have taken America by storm while Canadians are stuck — in more...
2014/11/27 02:21
2014/11/27 02:21
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Ebola vaccine WORKS: Drug passes first-round of trials in US and will now be tested in West Africa Vaccine stimulates immune system's anti-Ebola antibodies Tested on 20 volunteers by the National...
2014/11/27 01:28
2014/11/27 01:28
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Researchers discover 'pre-cancers' in blood UNDATED (AP) — Scientists have discovered a gene mutation among older people that could start them on the path to leukemia, lymphoma or other blood...
2014/11/27 01:17
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An experimental Ebola vaccine being tested in humans, including 20 volunteers in Baltimore, appears to be safe and is capable of stirring a response in the immune system, the Bethesda-based National...
2014/11/26 23:59
2014/11/26 23:59
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National News Ebola vaccine seems safe in first-stage testingNovember 26, 2014 22:41 GMT WASHINGTON (AP) -- Researchers say an experimental Ebola vaccine appears safe and has triggered signs of...
2014/11/26 22:56
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CONAKRY, Guinea (AP) � The health workers rode on canoes and rickety boats to deliver cholera vaccines to remote islands in Guinea. Months later, the country has recorded only one confirmed cholera...
2014/11/26 02:28
2014/11/26 02:28
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... -- Pioneering heart transplant surgery announced Friday in Australia may lead to a new option for patients awaiting transplants by boosting the number of donor hearts available. Doctors at St....
2014/11/25 14:39
2014/11/25 14:39
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The question: I’ve heard people gain five pounds during the holiday season. I have many work-related parties to attend, not to mention the usual family functions. I don’t want to gain weight....
2014/11/25 09:08
2014/11/25 09:08
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Immune reconstitution is less likely, risk of AIDS is greater if treatment is delayed HIV-1-infected U.S. military members and beneficiaries treated with antiretroviral therapy (ART) soon after...
2014/11/24 23:42
2014/11/24 23:42
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I cover cardiology news for CardioExchange, a social media website for cardiologists published by the New England Journal of Medicine. I was the editor of TheHeart.Org from its inception in 1999 until...
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