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Chicago :: IL :: USA | over 2 years ago

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Researchers get a glimpse into how mutated hemoglobin genes defend their cells against attack by a malaria parasite. Sickle cell anemia causes pain, fatigue and delayed growth, all because of a lack of enough healthy red blood cells. And yet genetic

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London :: United Kingdom | over 2 years ago

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Epodure, a long-acting protein therapy product, helps deliver erythropoietin for many months from a single administration and has demonstrated elevation and stabilization of hemoglobin levels in anemic patients for six to more than 36 months. The

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Berlin :: Germany | over 2 years ago

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Business&Health Sign up for most helpful health news Sample Malaria-resistant people have mutated red blood cells that resist the parasite's ability to steal that necessary cellular scaffold, according to research published Thursday in the online

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London :: United Kingdom | over 2 years ago

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Medicare federal health insurance program has confirmed plans to remove a requirement that kidney dialysis providers keep patient hemoglobin levels above a set minimum -- a move likely to reduce use of Epogen, the anemia drug sold by Amgen Inc . In a

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Chicago :: IL :: USA | almost 3 years ago

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U.S. scientists have found a way to get mice with a form of sickle cell disease to make normal red blood cells, offering a potential new way to treat the blood disorder in people, they reported on Thursday. Adults with sickle cell disease make mutant,

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Ambon :: Indonesia | almost 3 years ago

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Oct 8, 2011 A cuttlefish hatches from its egg case at Ambon in Indonesia. (Matthew Oldfield) Cuttlefish are molluscs in the class Cephalopoda, along with octopus and squid, and are believed to be among the most intelligent invertebrates with a large

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Berlin :: Germany | almost 3 years ago

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Kids with type 1 diabetes who spend hours in front of a TV or computer each day may have poorer blood sugar control, a new study suggests. It's not clear why the relationship exists, and the findings do not prove that "screen time" itself worsens

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | almost 3 years ago

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How a 43,000-Year-Old Wooly Mammoth Could One Day Save Your Life Heart and brain surgeries are called "hypothermia-dependent" procedures because doctors often have to lower their patients' temperatures during surgery. The thing is, human blood doesn'

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New York City :: NY :: USA | almost 3 years ago

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Text Size The blood from woolly mammoths is helping scientists develop new blood products for modern medical procedures that involve reducing patients' body temperature, according to reports. A study that's in American Chemical Society's journal

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London :: United Kingdom | almost 3 years ago

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Iron Meet the most common element on Earth (and the sixth most common element in the universe) Finally we are meeting the most common element on Earth (and the sixth most common element in the universe). Iron is denoted by the symbol Fe (from Latin:

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