uPAR may be a promising target for therapy in patients with neuroendocrine neoplasms

A novel PET radiotracer can accurately assess the presence of a biomarker that indicates the level of tumor aggressiveness in neuroendocrine neoplasms (NENs). According to research published in the September issue of The Journal of Nuclear Medicine, the detection of the biomarker provides useful information for physicians to provide personalized care for patients with NENs…

Burning questions left unanswered about the latest Alzheimer’s therapy

News of the first clearly successful clinical trial for a new Alzheimer’s disease treatment in two decades has brought hope, scrutiny, and skepticism to a field accustomed to disappointment. Whether that treatment is a meaningful advance or another false dawn depends on scientific details yet to be presented and corporate decisions still to be made….

Things to avoid doing in romantic relationships: Therapist suggests

In romantic relationships, we often assume that the other person will be able to meet all the expectations that we have for them. We also have a dreamy vision about love, which makes reality more difficult. Because real life love is not the type that we see in movies. There are major road bumps, there…

Best Massage Therapist (2022) | Shopping-and-services

Colleen Ingram Bernardus Lodge, 415 W. Carmel Valley Road, Carmel Valley (831) 658-3400, bernarduslodge.com If you want to relax and enjoy the countryside of Monterey County, the spa at Bernardus is a great option for a lavish experience, especially if Colleen Ingram is your massage therapist. She’s been working at Bernardus for 14 years, and the…

An Autologous Topical Serum Derived from Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy

Cristina García-Millan,1 Ander Pino,2 Rita Rodrigues,1 Gonzalo Segurado-Miravalles,1,3 Adrián Alegre-Sánchez,1 Pedro Jaén,1,3 Eduardo Anitua2 1Grupo de Dermatología Pedro Jaén, Madrid, Spain; 2BTI Biotechnology Institute, Vitoria, Spain; 3University Hospital Ramon y Cajal, Madrid, Spain Correspondence: Eduardo Anitua, BTI Biotechnology Institute, Jacinto Quincoces 39, Vitoria, Spain, Email [email protected] Background: Although the underlying pathophysiology of sensitive skin remains…

CAR T Cell Therapy for Multiple Myeloma: New Treatment Targets GPRC5D Antigen

For people with multiple myeloma, prognosis has improved considerably in the past 20 years, thanks to the development of new therapies. One type of immunotherapy, called CAR T cell therapy, is showing great promise for treating this rare blood cancer. CAR T therapy genetically engineers a patient’s own immune cells to attack a protein, or…

Our MR–Linac therapy shortens radiation course for patients

UI Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center is one of only a handful of cancer centers in the U.S. offering MR-Linac therapy, an approach that can shorten the traditional radiation course from 40 sessions to approximately five or six. The technology combines magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with a linear accelerator allowing for more precise…

Quest PharmaTech Announces Sale of Bioceltran Investment and Return of Photodynamic Therapy Technology License

EDMONTON, AB, Sept. 28, 2022 /CNW/ – Quest PharmaTech Inc. (TSXV: QPT) (“Quest” or the “Company”) today announced the sale of its share ownership interest in Bioceltran Co., Ltd. (“Bioceltran”) to Dr. Sang Ho Jang, founder of Bioceltran, for sale proceeds of $300,0000 and the termination and return of the Photodynamic Therapy (“PDT”) technology license….

Live Hydration Spa IV Therapy

If you’ve ever watched a medical drama on TV, you may have noticed those bags of normal saline, which most people simply know as IV therapy or IV fluid. On those medical dramas, they’re only pretending to drip fluids into a patient’s arm. But in real life, there’s a lot of good that can be…

Precautionary Antiviral Therapy Prevents Chronic Hepatitis C in Transplant Recipients

A short, preemptive regimen of direct-acting antivirals prevented chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection in all recipients of organ transplants from donors with the virus, according to findings from a multicenter study presented at the International Liver Congress in London. As a result of the opioid overdose crisis, donor organs have become more available in…