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A SUCCESSFUL VACCINE AGAINST RESPIRATORY SYNCYTIAL VIRUS HAS BEEN DEVELOPED BY A COMPUTER
14.08.2020

The first-of-its-kind respiratory syncytial virus vaccine developed by artificial intelligence has shown good results.

AN INNOVATIVE PRODRUG FOR LIVER CANCER HAS RECEIVED AN ORPHAN DRUG STATUS
06.08.2020

The FDA has granted an orphan status to MIV-818 a new hepatocellular carcinoma drug manufactured by a small biotech company.

SCIENTISTS HAVE DEVELOPED A FUNDAMENTALLY NEW ANTIBIOTIC AGAINST TUBERCULOSIS
30.07.2020

According to scientists, the new drug is chemically aggressive and it is able to get inside the cells and destroy tuberculosis bacteria.

Scientists claim ultrasound can detect the likelihood of dementia
24.07.2020

Experts hope that the simple procedure will become standard for middle-aged people who are at risk of developing such disease.

Vitamin D deficiency increases risk of colorectal cancer
20.07.2020

Colorectal cancer is one of the most common cancer pathologies in both men and women. The risk of developing is 4.2% and 4.5% in women and men, respectively.

A placebo helps even those patients who know that the use placebo.
16.07.2020

The therapy is much better tolerated by cancer patients taking a placebo openly than those from the control group that did not receive any additional tablets.

The study has shown the effectiveness of aspirin against bowel cancer
13.07.2020

Scientists have revealed the reduction of the number of cancer polyps due to activity of eicosapentaenoic acid.

Magnesium supplements may lower the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
11.06.2020

A study by Chinese scientists has shown that increased magnesium content in the diet of adult patients helps to reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. In addition it helps to improve insulin resistance in patients with type 2 diabetes.

13% of cancer diseases are due to infections
05.06.2020

According to a recent global study by French scientists, infections are the reason for 13% of all new cancer diagnoses.