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Failed Alzheimer study leaves families and heartbroken patients

Even though the latest experimental treatments have not produced new drugs, they have helped researchers learn more about the brain and the disease, Snyder said. Scientists are beginning to understand that a person's brain begins to change about a decade before being diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. "We make every effort to ensure that no stone is at stake and that …

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Arizona healthcare workers charged with sexual assault on sedated patients

Recent emails Receive breaking news and special reports. The news and stories that mattered provided the day of the week in the morning. SUBSCRIPTION 21. March 2019, 13:14 GMT By Elisha Fieldstadt An employee of the Arizona Medical Center was arrested and charged on Wednesday 19659007: Xavier Perez, 38, looked after a 48-year-old woman after she died Back pain at …

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The Miami doctor allegedly published graphic images of sex reassignment patients

Recent emails Receive breaking news and special reports. The news and stories that mattered provided the day of the week in the morning. SUBSCRIBE 14. March 2019, 1:10 AM GMT To By David K. Li A prominent Miami doctor reportedly lost his job According to reports, social images of patients undergoing surgery for gender reassignment are published on social media …

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A positive attitude can help patients treat side effects from treatments: shots

Fear of side effects may cause people not to participate in medicines or medical procedures. A group of researchers at Stanford University wanted to find out if patients could tolerate uncomfortable treatment through a simple mindset. They learned that as physicians make an effort to turn potentially unpleasant symptoms into a positive light, they help patients stay calm and persistent. …

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Nurse detained for pregnancy of patients in the US

Copyright Maricopa County Sheriff's Office Caption Nathan Sutherland, 36, was responsible for looking after the woman A nurse in Arizona was charged with sexual assault after a vulnerable patient under his care was born. The suspect was named Nathan Sutherland, 36, who worked at the Hacienda Healthcare clinic. The 29-year-old patient who was reported to have been in the clinic …

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Nurse detained for pregnancy of patients in the US

Copyright Maricopa County Sheriff's Office Caption Nathan Sutherland, 36, was responsible for looking after the woman A nurse in Arizona was charged with sexual assault after a vulnerable patient under his care was born. The suspect was named Nathan Sutherland, 36, who worked at the Hacienda Healthcare clinic. The 29-year-old patient who was reported to have been in the clinic …

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Chinese Gene-Editing Trials Have 'Lost Track' of Patients: Report

A Chinese gene-editing experiment has lost touch with patients whose DNA has changed, alarming The Wall Street Journal reports . The gene-editing tool known as Crispr-Cas9 allows scientists to edit the DNA of patients in hopes of eliminating harmful mutations, such as those that cause cancer. However, Chinese scientists have reported leapfrogged in human beings in the last few years. …

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Ebola patients flee the Congo treatment center after demonstrators arrive in Ransack

Ambulances drive into an attacked Ebola treatment center while demonstrators protest about their exclusion from the presidential elections in Beni, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Two dozen patients escaped Thursday from an Ebola treatment center in the Democratic Republic of the Congo after demonstrators plundered the facility as part of ongoing demonstrations against next weekend's presidential election. The chaos in …

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Salmonella outbreak in connection with raw turkey leaves more than 200 patients in the USA

(Reuters) – More than 200 people from the United States have become ill, 84 of them are in hospital. They had a continued outbreak of salmonella in conjunction with raw turkey products, which triggered a second voluntary recall on Friday, the US government said. Atlanta's recent Food Safety Advisor from the US Centers for Disease Control and Control (CDC) came …

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