Oct 1 2018 Bowel Cancer UK, in partnership with the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, launch a £430,000 fundraising appeal for surgical bowel cancer research to establish Scotland’s first Colorectal Cancer Surgical Research Chair. Bowel cancer is Scotland’s second biggest cancer killer. However, it shouldn’t be because it is treatable and curable especially if […]Continue Reading ...
Millions of people take insulin every day to treat their diabetes. But diabetes is not the only disease on which insulin has an effect, it appears. Chronic bowel inflammation can be treated effectively by injecting insulin into the rectum, it appears from a new study, where researchers have tested the treatment on mice. The study […]Continue Reading ...
Researchers at Queen’s University Belfast have discovered a ground-breaking therapeutic process that can target and kill bowel cancer cells, which may improve survival rates for bowel cancer patients globally.‘,sans-serif;”> The research, which has been published in the prestigious journal of Molecular Cancer Therapeutics, is deemed the first of its kind with the discovery of a […]Continue Reading ...
Micrograph showing inflammation of the large bowel in a case of inflammatory bowel disease. Colonic biopsy. Credit: Wikipedia/CC BY-SA 3.0 Treatments for incurable bowel conditions may be a step closer following the discovery of a key molecule associated with disease flare-ups. Researchers say the finding helps to explain the underlying cause of disorders such as […]Continue Reading ...
April 17, 2018 Researchers at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) and the University of Adelaide have discovered a faster, more cost-effective way to determine which DNA mutations cause human bowel cancer. This research, published in Gut, a premier world journal for colorectal cancer research, outlines a new preclinical pipeline, where different […]Continue Reading ...
Use of certain diabetes drugs, known as dipeptidyl peptidase-4 inhibitors, is associated with an increased risk of inflammatory bowel disease, the digestive condition that causes stomach pain and bloating, finds a study published by The BMJ today. The researchers stress that the absolute risk is low – and that their findings need to be replicated […]Continue Reading ...
A dental brace twine used to be present in a lady’s bowel after 10 years. It used to be most effective found out after she used to be admitted to health center following two days of worsening abdomen ache, provide an explanation for medical doctors within the on-line magazine BMJ Case Reviews. A scan confirmed […]Continue Reading ...
‘Chromosomal catastrophes’ have been found to occur along the evolutionary timeline of colorectal cancer development, according to new research led by Queen Mary University of London. The findings are published in Nature Ecology & Evolution. Lead author Dr William Cross from Queen Mary University of London said: “Our results change the way in which we […]Continue Reading ...
July 11, 2018 A team of researchers from Queen Mary University of London have reported the genetic events involved in the early development of bowel cancer in patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Such knowledge may be able to be exploited to design simple diagnostic tests to stratify patients with IBD at high risk of […]Continue Reading ...
Salix Receives FDA Approval for Plenvu, Next Generation 1-Liter Bowel Cleansing Preparation for Colonoscopies BRIDGEWATER, N.J., May 7, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Salix Pharmaceuticals, Ltd. (“Salix”), one of the largest specialty pharmaceutical companies in the world committed to the prevention and treatment of gastrointestinal diseases and a wholly owned subsidiary of Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc. (NYSE/TSX: […]Continue Reading ...
May 3, 2018 Treatments for incurable bowel conditions may be a step closer following the discovery of a key molecule associated with disease flare-ups. Researchers say the finding helps to explain the underlying cause of disorders such as Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. The discovery could also lead to new tests to help doctors monitor […]Continue Reading ...
By Dr Ananya Mandal, MD,April 16, 2018 Bowel cancers affect thousands each year in Australia. Around 16,000 new diagnoses are made annually with huge number of people dying from this cancer. To curb the delayed diagnosis of bowel cancer that leads to less successful treatment outcomes, the Department of Health has been providing free, at-home […]Continue Reading ...
March 9, 2018 Cardiovascular physiology researcher Victoria Claydon’s latest study, published in the Journal of Neurotrauma, focuses on the results of her multi-national study, which surveyed almost 300 participants with spinal cord injuries at or above the mid-thoracic level (middle of the chest ). As a first step towards improving quality of life for this […]Continue Reading ...
The find out about through Dr. Susanne Talcott and her crew confirmed mango intake can be a helpful adjuvant remedy for indivuduals with inflammatory bowel illness. Credit score: Texas A&M AgriLife Analysis picture Preliminary result of a find out about through researchers within the division of diet and meals science at Texas A&M College in School Station display mango intake has a […]Continue Reading ...
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