The “resuscitation” of dead pigs, promise of progress and source of questions

Scientists succeeded on Wednesday in reviving blood circulation and the functioning, for a few hours, of cells in the bodies of deceased pigs. This medical feat is the promise of significant progress on the surgical front. But if science has never resurrected pigs, a phenomenon observed during the experiment leaves the door open to dizzying … Read more

a French researcher suspected of scientific fraud. What does this imply for the disease?

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Follow these 8 health indicators to have a healthy heart!

L’American Heart Association takes stock of the indicators to follow for a healthy heart. The recent update of its tracking tool now incorporates sleep, among other improvements! Maintaining a healthy heart depends as much on environmental factors, linked to our way of life, as on biological factors that are more difficult to control. L’American Heart … Read more

Doomed By Breast Cancer, Woman Miraculously Cures After Clinical Trial

His doctors only gave him a year to live. A 51-year-old Briton with breast cancer thwarted pessimistic forecasts by attempting a clinical trial in October 2019, reports The Independent. A winning bet: his cancer disappeared. In November 2017, this mother had been diagnosed particularly aggressive breast cancer, spreading “to the lungs, rib cage and lymph … Read more

Treating cancers according to their genetic abnormalities and no longer according to the organ

DECRYPTION – An innovative therapy has been tested on tumors of the breast, pancreas, and nearly twenty other locations. Have a tumor of the salivary glands or pancreas and be offered licensed therapy for bladder cancers. If the approach may surprise at first glance, it is increasingly widespread for the management of certain oncological patients. … Read more

This clinical cancer trial has “spectacular” results, but…

HEALTH – The results of this clinical trial would be “unprecedented”. In the New England Journal of Medicine, an article published on June 5 revealed a clinical study conducted on 12 patients with colorectal cancer. For six months, these patients received a dose of dostarlimab every three weeks. Thanks to this treatment, they would be … Read more

Alzheimer’s, the most famous dementia

AFP, published on Thursday, June 02, 2022 at 5:34 p.m. Alzheimer’s disease is the most well-known and widespread dementia, with no treatment currently available to cure or prevent it. She sees the patient irreparably losing his memory and his capacity for judgment, during an evolution which generally takes several years. At least 30 million people … Read more

a study points to an adverse effect

This is an alarming finding that could give many paracetamol users cold sweats. A population-based study, carried out by British researchers and funded by the British Heart Foundation, demonstrated that frequent paracetamol intake in hypertensive people could raise blood pressurewarns the UFC-Que Choisir. This risk concerns in particular all people who regularly take doliprane, efferalgan, … Read more