Wednesday, October 27, 2021

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Proteins could offer risk markers, therapy targets in diabetic kidney disease

Led by a team of researchers at the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the results suggest that the proteins could help researchers identify diabetics most at risk of kidney damage

Blood donation camp organised in Hyderabad to help Thalassemia patients

The camp was jointly organised by Thalassemia and Sickle Cell Society in collaboration with R R Charitable Trust at the Trust building premises in Edi Bazaar

Telangana diagnostic hubs can be a game changer

Facilities set up across the State are helping rural folks avail quality yet free medical tests

Obese girls at higher risk of cardiovascular disease in adulthood: Study

The study was conducted with FAPESP's support by scientists affiliated with the University of Sao Paulo's Biomedical Sciences Institute (ICB-USP) and the Medical School of Santa Casa de Misericordia de Sao Paulo (FCM-SCMSP).

Liquid biopsy for colorectal cancer may guide therapy for tumours

Such a biopsy can detect lingering disease and could serve as a guide for deciding whether a patient should undergo further treatments due to some tumour cells evading an initial attempt to eradicate cancer

This immune cell in blood may up severe Covid risk

Our results help increase the understanding of what causes severe Covid-19 and is an important piece of the puzzle in understanding the connection between the early, innate immune system, which includes M-MDSC

Warangal: IRCS member holds blood donation camp to mark birthday

Fifty-two units of blood was donated in the camp organised by IRCS member EV Srinivas Rao on his 52nd birthday

Glomerular diseases linked to higher cardiovascular problems

To define the cardiovascular disease risk of patients with glomerular diseases, the research team analysed 2000-2012 information from a centralised kidney pathology registry in British Columbia, Canada.

Study finds molecular link between meat diet, cancer risk

This connection may explain the high incidence of cancer among those who consume large amounts of dairy products and red meat, similar to the link between high cholesterol and an increased risk of heart disease.

800 million children globally still exposed to lead: UNICEF

The huge international numbers come from a new report from Pure Earth and UNICEF. Pure Earth works to solve pollution problems that can be harmful to humans.

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