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After completion of treatment, researchers found that new axons were sprouting in the spinal cord. Axons are fibers that are responsible for carrying signals and impulses between nerve cells. When damaged ...
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When taken orally, the drug AZD1390 can block the body's response to damaged DNA -- allowing nerves to repair themselves.
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Researchers from the University of Birmingham have demonstrated that a potential drug that penetrates the brain and is being developed as a cancer treatment can accelerate the repair of damaged nerves following spinal trauma.
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Scientists from the University of Birmingham have shown that a brain-penetrating candidate drug currently in development as a cancer therapy can foster regeneration of damaged nerves after spinal trauma.
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Image: New gel technology could form a new type of treatment to help hearts regenerate after injury (Photo courtesy of BHF). For years, scientists have been looking for ways to introduce new cells into damaged hearts as a way to repair it and reduce ...
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LA JOLLA, CA—Scientists at Scripps Research have identified a protein in sensory nerves that works as a key detector of itch—specifically the “mechanical” itch stimulus of crawling insects, wool fibers, or other irritating objects that touch the skin.
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MONDAY, July 18, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- A drug in development as a cancer therapy may also help the body regenerate damaged nerves after spinal injuries, new research suggests. Scientists at the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom report ...
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A brain-penetrating experimental drug in development as a cancer treatment can foster the regeneration of damaged nerves following spinal cord injury, researchers report.
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Researchers at the University of Birmingham have discovered a new way in which cancer cells can repair DNA damage. These new findings help to better understand how cancer cells react to chemotherapy and radiation therapy. They also discover a new ...
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Orthopedic Splints Market Insights 2022 : A splint is a device used for support or immobilization of a limb or the spine. It can be used in multiple situations, including temporary immobilization of potentially broken bones or damaged joints and ...
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OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A child likely died from a rare infection caused by a brain-eating amoeba after swimming in an eastern Nebraska river, health officials said, making it the second such probable death in the Midwest this summer and raising the ...
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Can reducing salt really help reduce your risk of heart attack, stroke and other diseases? A new study shows cutting out about 1/4 of a teaspoon of salt each day could ward off certain diseases and death over time. Viv Williams has details in this ...
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With every beat of your heart, blood carries oxygen from your lungs throughout your body. This life-sustaining process happens automatically, whether you're awake or asleep. But for people with sickle cell disease, it often goes awry.
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ATLANTA (WSAV) — Georgia has nearly 48000 monkeypox vaccine doses and is reporting 1033 cases so far. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said Georgia ranks in the top 5 for the highest number of monkeypox cases in the country just ...
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People who have had COVID-19 face are at an increased risk for neurological and psychiatric conditions, including psychosis, dementia, epilepsy, and "brain fog" up to two years after, compared to those who have had other respiratory diseases.
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By Margery A. Beck and Josh Funk | Associated Press. OMAHA, Neb. — A child likely died from a rare infection caused by a brain-eating amoeba after swimming in an eastern Nebraska river, health officials said, making it the second such probable death in ...
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