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, read the full report, – research starts for pancreatic and lungGeorgia Tech and St. Joseph’s Hospital have joined in the first regional research program to begin the genetics and cell biology of pancreatic cancer study. Tissue and serum samples from patients with cancer are tested to identify the differences in the genetic and cellular functions between normal and tumor cells. Findings from this research will be used for the ultimate goal of developing tests for the early detection and identification of specific, targeted therapies for the treatment of pancreatic cancer.

‘.. The research effort will prevention and early detection prevention and early detection. Powerful analysis powerful analytical tool called mass spectrometry, when analyzing data using a coupled ‘super computer ‘, the group hopes to identify patterns of molecular expression unique cancer patients. This can lead to a sensitive screening test, which requires only a drop of blood to run. – ‘Georgia Tech most advanced technology and the scientists who help the ‘ bench’ research projects move closer to ‘at the bedside ‘treatments for patients with a very high speed can says Daneker. Continue reading “Read the full report.”

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‘Our study confirms that cognitive behavior therapy is a safe and effective treatment for reducing functional disability and depression in patients with juvenile fibromyalgia if their usual medical care, cognitive behavior therapy received therapy helps daily operations and overall wellness better young people with fibromyalgia.

According to the researchers, the participants appear pediatric cognitive-behavioral therapy group significantly less functional disability with a 37 percent improvement in disability compared to those. In the Fibromyalgia Education Group, which achieved a 12 percent improvement in disability More than 85 percent, both groups had achieved in the non-depressed range, but clinically insignificant clinically insignificant with a decrease in pain of less than 30 percent in both groups.. At the end of the study, the results showed that both groups of patients showed a significant reduction in functional disability, pain, and depressive symptoms. Continue reading “A research team at University of Texas the MD Anderson Cancer.”

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