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Breakthrough for cancer treatment as US drug trial records ‘success’
A US drug trial involving cancer patients has reportedly recorded 100 percent success.
AU decries reports of ill treatment as Africans try to flee Ukraine
The African Union (AU) said on Monday that it was disturbed by reports that African citizens in Ukraine are being refused the right to cross borders to safety as they try to flee the conflict in Ukraine.
Sleep studies in children with sleep disordered breathing could influence treatment
A new study recommends healthy children with symptoms of sleep disordered breathing, such as snoring or temporary cessation of breathing, should consider undergoing a sleep study (polysomnography) and should discuss the potential benefits of this with their pediatrician or otolaryngologist to possibly manage the child’s symptoms medically and before surgery.
Larger panel finds more gene mutations, treatment targets for leukemia
A gene panel that looks for about 10 times the number of cancer-causing genes as panels currently used to diagnose and fine tune treatment for a variety of cancers is effective at identifying problematic genes in the most common leukemia, investigators said.
New drug combination shows promise as powerful treatment for AML
Scientists have identified two drugs that are potent against acute myeloid leukemia (AML) when combined, but only weakly effective when used alone. The researchers were able to significantly enhance cancer cell death by jointly administering the drugs that are only partially effective when used as single-agent therapies. The study, a collaboration between Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute and the University of Glasgow, was recently published in the journal Nature Communications.
ADHD treatment change impacts remote patient monitoring
A pilot study assessing the use of telemedicine in patient-reported responses to adult ADHD treatment showed a notable sensitivity to the impact of therapy changes on symptoms and patient functioning.
Stem cell treatment for vascular diseases can be predicted through real-time observation
In recent years, the number of high-risk groups for ischemic diseases such as critical limb ischemia where tissues of toe may decay is increasing due to increase in the number of people with obesity, diabetes, and hypertension which are triggered by changes in dietary habits, and consumption of smoking.
Immunotherapy drugs are riskier for treatment of cancer patients, study suggests
A study published in the European Heart Journal, found that the risks of heart problems in cancer patients are higher if they are treated with immunotherapy drugs, which can even lead to death from heart attack.
New cancer treatment offers hope as alternative to surgery
A pioneering treatment for kidney cancer using radiation has been described as potentially lifesaving.
Gene-editing treatment shows promise for sickle cell disease
Scientists are seeing promising early results from the first studies testing gene editing for painful, inherited blood disorders that plague millions worldwide.
Combo-drug treatment for type 2 diabetes remains effective after two years
Patients with type 2 diabetes often take metformin as first-line therapy to help stabilize their blood glucose. Eventually, some patients no longer respond to metformin and require additional treatment.
Delay in breast cancer treatment can lead to higher mortality rate, says expert
The decision to delay the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer may have grave consequences for cancer mortality in the years to come, say oncologists. The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a massive challenge for the treatment of breast cancer patients.
Husband finds way to break wife's silent treatment, but others warn it won't end well
A man who said his wife isn't speaking to him has been warned his plan to break the silent treatment would more likely lead to a divorce.
Immune-boosting cancer treatment may pose cardiovascular risk
A type of cancer treatment used to boost the body's immune system may worsen inflammation in the arteries that distribute blood from the heart, according to a small study.
Coronavirus steroid treatment data boosts confidence of Australian doctors treating critically ill patients
When the first critically ill COVID-19 patients started arriving in Australian hospitals, intensive care doctors suspected steroids could be an effective treatment.

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