A woman with a transplanted uterus just gave birth — a first for the U.S.
For women with uterine factor infertility who want to be mothers, the calculus has always been heartbreakingly simple: No uterus means no pregnancy. The equation changed drastically in 2014, when Swedish doctors delivered a healthy 3.9-pound baby that was the result of a successful uterus transplant. Now, doctors at Baylor University say a woman born […]Related:A model tattooed her eyeball purple. She now could lose her eye.A man collapsed with ‘Do Not Resuscitate’ tattooed on his chest. Doctors didn’t know what to do.A man claims he went down a ‘Raging Rapids’ ride — and came out with an eye-eating parasite
As the nation’s opioid epidemic rages on, the federal agency charged with leading the government’s response to substance abuse is changing the way it helps local communities. But critics say the move risks leaving programs with fewer resources until the new plan is in place. The controversy began in January with a low-key announcement by the […]Related:E. coli outbreak spreads as source of tainted lettuce remains a mysteryFirst marijuana-derived drug poised for FDA approval after winning support from advisersHave you or someone you know waited too long for an organ transplant?
[Malawi News Agency] Kasungu 18 April 2018: Minister of Health and Population, Atupele Muluzi says Government is committed to ensuring that maternal and infant mortality come to an end by the year 2030.
Lisanne Lutter, Julia Spierings, Femke C. C. van Rhijn-Brouwer, Jacob M. van Laar, Femke van Wijk
[This is Africa] There is an ongoing culture of killing twins and other infants in Nigeria's Federal Capital Territory (FCT) area councils. Christian missionary Steven Olusola Ajayi and his wife Chinwe opened the Vine Heritage Home to shelter children deemed "evil" by their communities.
Abstract BACKGROUND Trypanosoma cruzi is an important protozoan parasite and the causative agent of Chagas disease. A critical step in understanding T. cruzi biology is the study of cellular and molecular features exhibited during its growth curve. OBJECTIVES We aimed to acquire a global view of the gene expression profile of T. cruzi during epimastigote growth. METHODS RNA-Seq analysis of total and polysomal/granular RNA fractions was performed along the 10 days T. cruzi epimastigote growth curve in vitro, in addition to cell viability and cell cycle analyses. We also analysed the polysome profile and investigate...
What reproductive benefits might high-dose vitamin D supplementation offer infertile men?Journal of Clinical Endocrinology &Metabolism
Clinical Transplantation, EarlyView.
CONCLUSION: The finding of a family risk of developing plurimetabolic syndrome and a diagnosis of rheumatic heart disease indicates that patients with oral clefts may be more prone to developing acquired heart disease. Thus, our findings highlight the importance of anamnesis and methodological triangulation (clinical-electrocardiographic-echocardiographic) in the investigation of patients with oral clefts and emphasize that cardiological follow-up to evaluate acquired and/or rhythm heart diseases is necessary. This strategy permits comorbidity prevention and individualized planned treatment.
Grzegorz S. Nowakowski, M.D., Mayo Clinic, explains Transplantation is an Option for Aggressive Lymphoma Patients w DLBL or High-Grade Lymphoma can benefit at Imedex Great Debates 2018. Author: hematologydebates Added: 04/19/2018