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Breakthrough Of Over 2000 Cases Of Gamma Knife Radiosurgery - by: CNUHH Staff,Chonnam National University


Confirmed as a safe procedure with few side effects following treatment for brain disorders. Patient satisfaction enhanced by implementing the most advanced ‘Gamma Knife Perfexion’ surg...

75 Jobs from Doctors' $1M Western Move - by: NATARIO MCKENZIE,The Tribune


Globally, medical tourism is a $2 billion-a-year industry, and Doctors Hospital continues to receive an increasing number of inquiries about elective procedures available to international patients....

Spinal Tap May Predict Alzheimer's Years Ahead - by: Elizabeth Landau,CNN Health


Scientists are finding more clues to help determine whether people with mild dementia symptoms are at risk for Alzheimer's....

More Evidence that Deep Brain Stimulation may Help Treat Mental Illness - by: Andy Segal ,CNN Health


A new study is advancing the possibility that mentally ill patients who do not respond to conventional therapies may benefit from battery-powered electrodes surgically implanted in their brains....

Stem Cell Therapy Curbs Incurable Motor Disease - by: Sonal Shukla,Hindustan Times


On her first day at work last month, when Dr Hemangi Sane stood before a group of junior doctors to give a lecture on internal medicine, she made sure that her voice was loud and clear. Two years ago,...

Groundbreaking Eye Disease Treatment Trials To Begin - by: Ian Sample,Guardian.co.uk


Cells derived from human embryonic stem cells to be used in attempts to slow, halt or reverse effects of macular degeneration and dystrophy...

Parkinson's Patients Have Double The Risk Of Lethal Melanoma, Study Finds - by: Thomas H. Maugh II,LA Times


Parkinson's disease patients have double the risk of developing potentially lethal melanoma, government researchers reported Tuesday. Researchers have long suspected such a link, but the new study, re...

Brisk Walking May Help Slow Prostate Cancer: Study - by: ,CTV.ca


Brisk walking might be able to help men who have been diagnosed with early-stage prostate cancer to cut their risk that the disease will progress, a new study has found....

BrainStorm To Start Adult Stem Cell Trial For ALS - by: Tova Cohen,Reuters


(Reuters) - BrainStorm Cell Therapeutics Inc received approval from Israel's Health Ministry for a clinical trial of its adult stem cell therapy for people with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)....

Viagra May Drastically Cut Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms - by: ,Indian Express


Viagra drastically reduces multiple sclerosis symptoms in animal models with the disease, according to Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona researchers....

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