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And given the epidemic of obesity here, at least 4,000 people a year should go under the knife for weight-loss surgeries, a leading consultant has warned. As well as nearly 200 men and women on the waiting list, another 1,090 patients are waiting for
At that time, the hospital was nearing completion of an entirely new building. The doors to the new hospital were already open, and patients were beginning to flood various outpatient clinics while inpatient rooms were undergoing final preparations.
Abnormal and uncontrolled production of this class of proteins, known as transcription factors, allow for cells to bypass growth control mechanisms and to develop characteristics necessary for invading surrounding tissues. Some transcription factors
The work involves superoxide dismutase 1 (Sod1), an enzyme that for nearly half a century has been known to remove a specific radical byproduct created during the energy-producing process of cell metabolism. This superoxide' byproduct comes from a
Physician scientists at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey continue to make great strides in this area, advancing scientific and clinical knowledge to combat cervical, ovarian, uterine, vaginal and other cancers of the reproductive system. Lorna
Recommendations Greatest Decrease Observed Among Urologists, Reports The Journal Of Urology® Released: 3/13/2014 1:00 PM EDT Source Newsroom: Contact Information Available for logged-in reporters only Citations Journal of Urology Newswise New York,
March 12, 2014 University Hospitals said it will invest $3.8 million into its 226-bed medical center in Geauga County. UH said the investments will support a revamped Orthopaedic Center, which include a 12-bed unit on the hospital's first floor...The
He also was selected based on his knowledge of current clinical oncology practice and experience working with NCI Cooperative Groups. NCI-sponsored pediatric clinical trials conducted by the world's largest pediatric cancer research entity known as
Robotic hysterectomy only started to become a standard of care in women's health over the past five years, offering a minimally-invasive approach. A series of four to five incisions measuring the diameter of a quarter were made in the pelvic region.
The new rules come into effect on March 1 but the Erasmus MC has objections' to publication in principle, officials said on Thursday. Erasmus believes publication will not allow for the fair comparison of death rates in different hospitals because