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Stem Cells on Path to Rebuild Blood Pipeline - by: Phil Sneiderman,Johns Hopkins University


Engineers can now prod stem cells to help build vein and artery networks, overcoming a stumbling block to growing replacement blood vessels in the laboratory. ...

Stem Cells May Help Treat Diseased Hearts - by: Stem Cells May Help Treat Diseased Hearts,American Heart Association


Stem cells from the patient or a donor can be safely injected into diseased hearts. Scarring from past heart attacks was reduced by about 30 percent on average, and some patients had improved quali...

Stem Cells Tested for Heart Attack Repair - by: Sel by Times Editor,Sel by Times.co.uk


Scientists are a step closer to harnessing a technique that “literally mends broken hearts”, according to the Daily Express. The newspaper says that the simple procedure “uses pat...

Cancer Treatment Complications And Collateral Damage - by: Pamela Fayerman,Vancouver Sun - Medicine Matters


Such drugs have been used to save lives for the past 50 years and are still commonly given to breast cancer patients. But they’re known to potentially wreak havoc on the heart, resulting in s...

Outsourcing legacy upgrades -- knees, hips, looks -- to India | IT offshoring may boost outsourcing of another kind: medical tourism - by: Patrick Thibodeau,ComputerWorld


Rising medical cost has been helping to foster medical tourism for the same reason companies send code overseas: lower cost. Take the case of Terry, a public school teacher in Texas, who asked that he...

Most would go abroad for medical treatment - by: Jonathan Gornall and Mitya Underwood,The National UAE


More than 70 per cent of UAE residents would seek medical treatment overseas if they fell seriously ill, according to a survey that reveals a widespread lack of confidence in the nation’s health...

AeroMexico's new service to New Orleans may boost medical travel - by: Jaquetta White, The Times-Picayune ,Nola.com


When Sue Sorey needed hip replacement surgery, her husband, the Rev. Galen Sorey, called hospitals in the couple's hometown of Baton Rouge to get estimates of the cost. The Soreys planned to pay for t...

Lower costs lure U.S. patients abroad for treatment - by: Danielle Dellorto,CNN Health.com


Companies such as Los Angeles-based Planet Hospital are creating a niche in the service industry as medical travel planners. One guidebook says that more than 200 have sprung up in the last few years....

Rise in medical tourism noted - by: ,Business Mirror


Players in medical tourism here are confident the region will continue to attract clients, as shown by the modest but steady rise in foreign patients the past several months....

Patients jet to foreign locales for surgical procedures and return home for follow-up care - by: Marcia Frellick,nurse.com


Hospitals in exotic locales are advertising packages for patients needing surgery that include personal medical attention in luxury rooms, airfare, and the chance to enjoy a vacation after recovery.....

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