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Radiation treatment taxes heart, lungs, energy levels
Radiation therapy that targets cancers in the chest area can tax the heart and trigger high levels of fatigue, breathing problems and a reduced ability to exercise, a new study suggested.
Bile duct cancer treatment potential boost from tailored medication: Study
Treatment of patients suffering from bile duct cancer could be improved by tailoring medication to the levels of a key protein in people with the disease, according to new research.
Possible Parkinson's treatment successfully targets two major nerve systems
Scientists have discovered that a non-invasive technique which could one day be used to treat Parkinson's disease, can successfully target a highly specific group of brain cells which play a key role in development of the condition.
Sticky antibiotic provides glue for successful treatment
Researchers have found how an antibiotic used to treat a debilitating gut infection stays put inside the body giving it time to effectively treat the problem, a discovery that will pave the way for the development of more effective antibiotic treatments to fight superbugs.
New autism guidelines focus in early diagnosis, treatment
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) on Monday issued its first new autism treatment guidelines in 12 years aimed at helping doctors identify at-risk children and getting them the care they need as early as possible.
Xinjiang sees achievements in TB treatment
Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region has cured more than 56,900 tuberculosis patients since 2016, according to the region's health commission.
Scientists test repurposed drugs for treatment of rare eye condition
Fight for Sight, a UK charity, is funding scientists from the University of Aberdeen to test two repurposed drugs for the treatment of the rare eye condition aniridia, which causes blindness.
Japan approves genetic testing for breast cancer treatment
Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare approved the BRACAnalysis Diagnostic System, also known as the “BRACAnalysis” genetic test, recently to be used to test which breast cancer patients may benefit most from additional and more specialized treatment. The test, created by US based Myraid, may help deliver necessary treatment options to women who were before over looked.
Allergy shots may be an effective treatment for pediatric pollen food allergy syndrome
We know that children with pollen food allergy syndrome (PFAS) also suffer from seasonal allergies.
Cancer treatment: A researcher makes  breakthrough immunotherapy discovery
Dr. Christopher E. Rudd, a researcher at the Center de recherche de l'Hôpital Maisonneuve-Rosemont (CR-HMR) and Université de Montréal, has discovered a new cell therapy approach that boosts the immune response of T lymphocytes to malignant tumors. The results of the study have just been published in the respected journal Nature Communications.
Non-pharmacologic treatments may be more effective for psychiatric symptoms of dementia
For patients with dementia who have symptoms of aggression and agitation, interventions such as outdoor activities, massage and touch therapy may be more effective treatments than medication in some cases, suggested a study published in Annals of Internal Medicine.
Over half of Iran’s urban population have access to sewage treatment: Official
Access to sewage treatment in Iran has increased to cover more than half of the urban population, around 30 million people, said a senior official from the Ministry of Energy.
The golden future of cancer treatment
Researchers have engineered gold-based molecules that target cancer cells and leave healthy cells unharmed, in a critical step towards precision cancer drugs with fewer toxic side effects.
New mole-melanoma link leads to better treatment of major skin cancer: Research
Australian scientists said they have found a way to help dermatologists better determine a patient’s risk of developing melanoma, pointing to improved understanding and treatment of the major skin cancer.
Researchers say pioneering emergency eye care trial leads to quicker treatment times
A trial virtual emergency consultation program for eye patients has led to quicker treatment times and removed the need for follow up hospital appointments in more than half of cases, according to researchers.

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