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Tapeworm drug could lead the fight against Parkinson's disease
-Medical Xpress - Tue Dec 12 01:34:57 EST 2017
Immunohistochemistry for alpha-synuclein showing positive staining (brown) of an intraneural Lewy-body in the Substantia nigra in Parkinson's disease. Credit: Wikipedia Researchers...
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Tests found no chronic wasting disease in more than 11,000 deer shot by hunters in north-central, central and southeastern Minnesota this fall, and officials say...
A 10-point buck is seen near Houston, Minn. While the deer populiation is up, the reappearance of chronic wasting disease last fall led the DNR to impose mandatory testing in parts...
Major cause of dementia discovered
-Medical Xpress - Mon Dec 11 11:05:41 EST 2017
A montage of three images of single striatal neurons transfected with a disease-associated version of huntingtin, the protein that causes Huntington's disease. Nuclei of untransfec...
Heart disease linked to depression, loneliness, unemployment and poverty
-Medical Xpress - Mon Dec 11 01:39:15 EST 2017
Social stress factors such as loneliness and being unemployed, in addition to conventional risks such as smoking and high blood pressure, are associated with higher risks of develo...
The first human Huntington's trial was successful, sparking hopes that the disease could one day have a cure. An experimental drug lowers the levels of harmful proteins in the nerv...
Lyme bacteria survive 28-day course of antibiotics months after infection
-Medical Xpress - Wed Dec 13 10:35:18 EST 2017
Bay Area Lyme Foundation, a leading sponsor of Lyme disease research in the US, today announced results of two papers published in the peer-reviewed journals PLOS ONE and American ...
Dec 12 (Reuters) - Vertex Pharmaceuticals Inc: * VERTEX AND CRISPR THERAPEUTICS TO CO-DEVELOP AND CO-COMMERCIALIZE CTX001 AS CRISPR/CAS9 GENE EDITED TREATMENT FOR SICKLE CELL DISEA...
A new review 'Paradigm shifts in understanding equine laminitis' published in The Veterinary Journal, demonstrates how University of Liverpool led research has changed the way we t...
Does Chagas disease present a health risk to Canadians?
-Medical Xpress - Wed Dec 13 04:41:18 EST 2017
Triatomine also known as 'Kissing bug' is a bloodsucking insect endemic to Latin America that spreads Chagas disease by allowing the parasite to move on to its new host (human or a...
The treatment of left main coronary artery disease by percutaneous coronary intervention is associated with a smaller risk of severe cardiovascular events than coronary artery bypa...
The first human trial of an experimental drug designed to combat Huntington's disease has delivered a success beyond what the researchers themselves hoped for. Results from a clini...
The discovery of a drug that may treat the fatal disease known as Huntington's is being hailed as “historic” by Louise Vetter, president and CEO of the Huntington's Disea...
One infection known as dracunculiasis can cause people to suffer a burning blister that bursts as a parasite called the Guinea worm breaks through the skin. Another one, elephantia...
LONDON (Reuters) - Scientists have for the first time fixed a protein defect that causes Huntington’s disease by injecting a drug from Ionis Pharmaceuticals into the spine, offerin...
Closing in on advanced prostate cancer
-Medical Xpress - Wed Dec 13 01:49:05 EST 2017
Top image shows interactions between the androgen receptor protein (AR) and the TFIIF protein in red. The bottom image shows that no interactions occur after the removal of the reg...
Huntington's Drug Hailed as Potential Disease-Ender
-Newser - Mon Dec 11 10:53:27 EST 2017
(Newser) – How big could a potential new drug for Huntington's disease be? The BBC puts it this way: "Experts say it could be the biggest breakthrough in neurodegenerative diseases...
HIV-1 regulation via protective human leukocyte antigen (HLA) haplotypes
-Medical Xpress - Wed Dec 13 01:24:00 EST 2017
The HLA-B*52:01 and -C*12:02-restricted CTLs strongly suppress HIV-1 replication resulting in slower disease progression. In contrast, the HLA-B*52:01-C*12:02 haplotypes are suscep...
Cognitive status doesn't impact cortical A-beta, tau in Parkinson's
-Medical Xpress - Tue Dec 12 13:07:28 EST 2017
(HealthDay)—Patterns of cortical β-amyloid (Aβ) and tau are not different for patients with Parkinson's disease (PD) who are cognitively normal (PD-CN) or with mild cognitive impai...
(Reuters) - A pharmacy services unit of DaVita Inc has agreed to pay $63.7 million to resolve allegations that it improperly billed federal healthcare programs for medications and ...
New research reveals that children born to women with rheumatoid arthritis face an increased susceptibility for certain chronic diseases. The findings, which appear in Arthritis Ca...
A centralized chronic disease management program produced significant improvements in the care of patients with diabetes, hypertension or cardiovascular disease treated at practice...
One pharmaceutical company may be heading toward a cure for sickle cell disease. Bluebird Bio presented promising results for its experimental gene therapy drug at the American Soc...
Heat, humidity, and heart disease
-Medical Xpress - Mon Dec 11 01:44:20 EST 2017
It's no secret that high temperatures or extreme humidity can negatively impact one's physical health, particularly those afflicted with cardiovascular disease. Previous literature...
By 2060, 15 million Americans will have Alzheimer's dementia or mild cognitive impairment, according to a new study. For now, there's no cure, but the study aims to find effective ...
mission to save their children suffering from a rare genetic disorder known as Canavan disease trying to raise money for others who are suffering from it like als. Linzie Janis has...
The common view of type 2 diabetes as an old person's disease is becoming seriously outdated in step with the increasing number of persons under the age of 45 who develop the disea...
Patients with acute myeloid leukemia (AML) may have genetic mutations in their blood indicating they are at high risk of developing the disease about nine years before diagnosis, a...
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