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Optical Brain Scanner Ventures into Areas Other Brain Scanners Can't…

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Based on new research at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, researchers have further enhanced a brain scanning technology that follows what the brain is doing by illuminating dozens of microscopic LED lights on the head. This new age of neuroimaging is a wide improvement from previous methods and approaches; and avoids all radiation exposure and hulking magnets other scanners require. The new optical approach to brain scanning is ideally suited for ... Read more

Protein Helps Mice Survive from Radiation Exposure…

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Based on a new study conducted by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine, experimenting with a molecular pathway that dictates how intestinal cells react to stress can in fact aid mice in surviving an otherwise fatal dose of ... Read more

Autophagic Activation with Nimotuzumab Enhances …

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A study recently published in the May 2014 issue of Experimental Biology and Medicine sought to determine whether an EGFR-targeted therapy in accordance with chemo-radiotherapy can in fact improve local tumor control effectively, as opposed to ... Read more

Radiation Considered Best Possible Treatment for Rare …

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Based on a Kaiser Permanente study published online in JAMA Dermatology, radiation treatment could help lead to a decrease in the recurrence of Merkel cell carcinoma, a rare and aggressive skin cancer, while chemotherapy appears to have no lasting ... Read more

Stem Cells Filled with Herpes Used to Terminate Brain …

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Based on a recent study, Harvard Stem Cell Institute (HSCI) scientists at Massachusetts General Hospital may have discovered a possible solution for how to effectively kill tumor cells using cancer-killing viruses. The researchers note that ... Read more

Clot-busting Treatment and New MRI Analysis Determine …

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Researchers from the John Hopkins University have reported that they have recently developed a predictive method that can determine, with 95 percent accuracy, which stroke victims will serve to benefit from intravenous clot-busting drugs and which ... Read more

Combined Approach Developed to Map Atherosclerosis …

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A new technique enables calcified and constricted blood vessels to be visualized with micrometer accuracy, and can be utilized to create containers for targeted drug delivery. Within the project "NO-stress," materials researchers from the ... Read more

CAA Recommends MRI Scanning for All-Metal Hip Implant …

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A U.S. consumer advocacy agency (CAA), a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan can help identify premature failure of all-metal hip implants before symptoms occur. The US Drug Watchdog (Washington DC, USA), a CAA established for victims of recalled ... Read more

New Sensor for Low Cost Medical Imaging Developed…

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A team of researchers from the University of Surrey, have identified a new kind of light sensor that could soon pave the way for medical and security imaging byway of low cost cameras. The team's research has gone on to be published in the ... Read more

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