Transplantation Tech & Research

Transplantation Technologies & Research

Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation

The myelodysplastic diseases are disorders of stem cell in bone marrow. Inspire of novel developments in creative and hypothetically targeted drugs like HMA, HCT is only static Curative option for victims with the disorders of myelodysplastic. Read more…

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Posted by Melanie Meyors - 01/02/2013 at 06:51

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Menopausal Symptoms in Survivors of Breast Cancer

Cancer known as a malignant neoplasm. There are various cancer types which include breast cancer, which is found 25% to 30% of women < 50 years of age. These women’s undergo chemotherapy or hormonal/targeted treatment, Read more…

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Posted by Melanie Meyors - 22/01/2013 at 23:59

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Cloned Organ a New Era without Organ Failure?

Organ transplantation was once a myth later became an achievement and now it became an casual surgery like all other. But persons who require a transplant faces two major limitations which limits the application of the transplantation, Read more…

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Posted by Melanie Meyors - 14/12/2012 at 07:22

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Kidney Transplant for Illegal Immigrant

After waiting for over seven long years Jesus Navarro, forbidden immigrant received a new kidney, which inspired numerous to battle on his behalf for a kidney transplant. Navarro, 36, was improving at his Oakland apartment after the successful transplant 7days Read more…

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Posted by Melanie Meyors - 10/12/2012 at 02:22

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Renal Treatment

Kidney transplant is a modus operandi where a person receives a new renal where his own kidneys fails to perform its usual function. The breakdown of both the left and right kidneys is simply termed ESKD (End Stage Kidney Disease) or ESRD (End Stage Renal Disease). Read more…

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Posted by Melanie Meyors - 04/12/2012 at 02:33

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Magical Skin that Heals itself

For the first time vigorous research has led to the discovery of a synthetic skin which is not only sensitive to touch but also capable of healing itself quickly and repeatedly at room temperature, eventually lead to smarter prosthetics or resilient personal Read more…

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Posted by Nathan Turner - 29/11/2012 at 03:12

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