- Therapy saves 80% of radiation victims
scientists at the dana-farber cancer research institute in boston have successfully developed treatment, which can increase the chances of survival for high-concentration radiation victims.
- Side effects of radiation therapy and limited ways
to reduce fatigue, hair loss, nausea, diarrhea ... after radiotherapy, patients pay attention to nutrition, drink plenty of water, moderate exercise, positive psychology ...
- Medical breakthrough: Treating the entire cancer radiation treatment takes less than 1 second
the new research could be a revolution in treatments for cancer patients.
- Tea essence can heal damaged skin due to radiation therapy
the extract of tea can help recover damaged or poisoned skin during radiation therapy. this is the result of research by a group of american scientists published in bmc medical journal (usa) in december 2006.
- How dangerous is radiation?
when we hear 'radiation', we often think of big explosions and scary mutations, but that's only a part.
- Unexpectedly, breathing exercises can save a lot of cancer patients
british scientists have found a way to make radiation therapy
more effective in cancer just by helping patients practice ... holding their breath.
- Reverse effects of chemotherapy and radiation therapy
chemotherapy and radiotherapy are common methods used to treat cancer. however, a new study at harvard medical school (usa) shows that these methods may lead to unexpected results.
- Silicone oil helps reduce eye damage caused by radiation
according to us scientists, silicone oil helps reduce eye damage when patients use radiation therapy
to treat tumors.
- Video: Learn about the two types of radiation that surrounds us
when it comes to radiation, we often imagine big explosions or scary transformations, but that's incomplete.
- Radiation is deadly in the Martian mission
the measurement results made by mars self-propelled curiosity show that astronauts face more dense radiation than previously thought, complicating the potential mission to the red planet.
- How to limit radiation when sitting on a computer
using computers and phones can lead to fatigue due to radiation. many people look for anti-radiation materials such as bracelets, sitting mats, radiation shields ...
- Diving, anti-radiation underwear
radiation is an issue that can not be underestimated, especially in japan, as the country is already dealing with a nuclear disaster.
- New gene therapy discovered to reduce fat and gain muscle
the new gene therapy will have to go through many more stages before it is officially tested in humans.
- People withstand radiation on Mars
astronauts on a long-term mission to mars will face significant radiation, but fortunately they can still withstand.
- Gene therapy uses hematopoietic stem cells in the treatment of HIV / AIDS
researchers at the university of california (ucla) in the us have published a study that said a gene therapy using stem cells of hematopoietic patients could extend protection against the effects of hiv, type the virus causes aids.
- Cure breast cancer without chemotherapy
many breast cancer patients are advised chemotherapy after surgery, but not necessarily needed, time reported.
- The United States for the first time allowed the application of gene therapy to treat cancer
kymriah therapy (old name ctl019) is also known as
- We are exposed daily to these radioactive sources
you will be surprised because the familiar items around you contain radiation. accordingly, each year our body receives radiation equivalent to 600 mrem / year.
- Low-dose radiation is good for health?
a new study in mice showed that x-rays may not heal broken bones, but low doses of ionizing radiation may give rise to other health benefits.
- The way to treat disgusting self-ancient needle
let's review some of the strange healing methods, 1-0-2 in the world through the synthesis of listverse page below.
- The prospect of treating Parkinson's by gene therapy
british scientists believe that the gene therapy they just developed may open up hope to cure the agonist syndrome - parkinson's disease, which is affecting 4.1 million patients globally and is expected to increase. double in 2030.
- British men may be the first to be cured of HIV through new therapies
a man living in the uk may become the first person in the world to be cured of hiv through a new therapy developed by scientists from many british universities.
- Video: Radiation shield protects astronauts before the solar storm
the waistcoat designed by an israeli company to protect astronauts from solar radiation in the universe will be tested in the mission to the moon.
- Glybera - A medicine for the rich only
glybera gene therapy helps treat rare diseases and has yielded very positive results.
- Manufacturing equipment for nuclear detection more effectively
arktis radiation detector is a radiation detector, designed to help customs officials and border guards detect and distinguish dangerous nuclear materials from available sources of radiation outside nature. .
- Two students built equipment to record nuclear radiation sources
according to scientific studies, more than 70% of radioactive substances enter the human body through food and equipment around us.
- EC allows the sale of Glybera gene therapy
in a statement released on november 5, dutch biotech company uniqure said it would start selling the first human gene therapy called glybera in the european market next year.
- Many provinces do not report radiation safety
nearly 30% of 1,577 establishments nationwide have violated regulations on annual report on the status of radiation safety ...
- Gene therapy offers hope for Parkinson's patients
new trials of gene therapy for parkinson's disease have shown encouraging results, giving hope to millions of people with this paralysis syndrome worldwide.
- Music therapy helps improve tinnitus
the report of german scientists said, music therapy is designed to have a personality style that is beneficial for improving tinnitus in humans.