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Ontario Vet College cancer treatment breakthrough spurs human clinical trials

OVC research may help improve cancer treatment

Home » Health » / no comments Cancer treatment in people could be transformed thanks to a study on treating cancer in animals led by researchers from the Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) at the University of Guelph. Their findings in ..., 1 week ago
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Pay money, get better treatment

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Right from OP ticket counter to mortuary, the people are forced to run from pillar to post if they want to get a decent service at the government hospitals, which is otherwise considered to come at nominal rates and even free. ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago Rise Up America, Be Better. Our Humanity Requires It.  Huffington Post1 week ago Our Country Is Better Than That: Two Responses to Tragedy  New Yorker2 weeks ago Our Country Is Better Than That  New Yorker2 weeks ago

Study on new blood test points to personalised depression treatment

The test can predict whether people with depression can respond to common anti-depressants, paving the way for better treatment of the world's most widespread forms of mental illnesses
 DNA1 month ago

Patients Given Financial Incentives Does Not Improve Outcomes for HIV+ Substance Users

Interventions to improve the health of HIV-positive people with substance use disorders did no better than usual treatment, according to a study published on July 12th in an HIV%2FAIDS themed issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association.
 ScienceNewsline1 week ago Opioid substitution therapy improves many ART-related outcomes among people who inject drugs  Aidsmap1 week ago financial incentives dont encourage hiv care in substance users  HCPLive1 week ago Cash Rewards For HIV-Positive Drug Addicts Won't Improve Health Outcomes  Tech Times1 week ago
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Study provides clue to better treatment options for frontotemporal dementia

Home » Health » / no comments (Medical Xpress) — A new study on emotion recognition has shown that people with frontotemporal dementia are more likely to lose the ability to recognise negative emotions, such as anger, fear and disgust, ...
 HealthMediciNet.com2 weeks ago

Prisons Need Better Drug Treatment to Control HIV, Hepatitis

Prisoners are more likely to carry infectious diseases such as HIV, tuberculosis, and hepatitis than the general public, and they will spread the deadly infections as soon as they are released, warned public health experts. Yet the response to ...
 MedIndia1 week ago

Same-day HIV treatment improves health outcomes

Starting antiretroviral therapy for HIV patients on the day they are diagnosed with the deadly virus may lead to better health outcomes and ensure a higher proportion of people undergo treatment, a new study has found. The study found that 97 per ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Paying substance abusers to stay in HIV treatment doesn't work, study says  Miami Herald1 week ago Initiating same-day HIV treatment better for patients: Study  Prokerala2 months ago New therapy to transform HIV treatment?  Asian Age2 months ago

White House Correspondents' Association: 'Both Clinton and Trump Can Do Better' in Treatment of Press

The White House Correspondents Association is raising the alarm about the treatment of the press by both the Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton campaigns in a new op-ed published in USA Today . We are concerned both with the rhetoric directed at ...
 Yahoo! News1 week ago WH Reporters Raise Alarm Over Trump and Clinton's Treatment of Press  ABC News1 week ago Press Association: Trump, Clinton both threaten free press  USA Today1 week ago Trump, Clinton both threaten free press  Benton Foundation1 week ago
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Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump can do better in treatment of press: WHCA

Alarmed by the treatment of journalists by presidential campaigns of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, an organisation representing White House correspondents said the US will not have a free press if its president gets to choose journalists and ...
 Financial Express1 week ago Polls: Young voters seek a 'reset button' on 2016  Equilibrio Informativo1 week ago Clinton and Trump can 'do better' in treatment of press: WHCA  Economic Times1 week ago "Clinton and Trump can do better in treatment of press"  Press Trust of India1 week ago
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Self-Labeling Hinders Mental-Health Treatment

One in five people struggle with mental illness in the United States, but on average, they wait about 11 years to get help. (Pixabay) COLUMBUS, Ohio - For people struggling with mental-health issues, stigma is a major barrier to seeking help, ...
 Public News Service1 week ago Young people with anxiety helped by Queensland-developed Brave Program  ABC Online1 week ago Stigma Often Keeps People From Needed Mental-Health Treatment  Public News Service2 weeks ago
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