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The world's first HIV patient brings the kidney in the United States

Image Copyright AFP / Getty Title image city center, he successfully donated the kidney due to the work of Dr Dorry Segev, left, and Dr Christine Durand, right In the first world, US doctors have been transplanting kidney from a positive HIV patient to another. The operation took place at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, Maryland, and said the two patients …

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False medical exemptions sought by anti-vaxxers may be revoked in Calif.

Enlarge / Dr. Robert a few twins. Sears are among the doctors who have been found to have issued fraudulent vaccination exemptions. California state legislators introduced a bill this week which would empower the state health department to allow all medical exemptions for childhood vaccinations, revoke fraudulent exemptions, and maintain a database of exemptions and physicians who issue them. . …

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New report t68 and polio-like condition

Breaking News Emails Get breaking news alerts and special reports. SUBSCRIBE By Linda Carroll The link between a respiratory virus was called enterovirus D68 and a polio-like illness in children in 2018, 2011 The report released Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (1) In 2018, 358 of. t In the same year, the CDC confirmed 223 cases …

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1 billion more people could be exposed to sources of disease-borne diseases, the study says t

As the planet becomes warmer, scientists say diseases such as Zika, chikungunya and dengue will continue to expand further north. The authors of the new study, published Thursday in the journal PLOS Tropical Diseases, created a model that includes data on predicted temperature changes and the known range of mosquitoes that carry the disease, Aedes albopictus and Aedes aegypti. Europe …

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Teen died from tapeworm egg infestation in the brain

Drs. Nishanth Dev and S. Zafar Abbas of the ESIC College College and Hospital in Faridabad reported that tons-clonic seizures were seized by the patient, who looked in the ER with the right eye. 'Grand mal' seizures were previously arrested, causing these nervous disturbances to stiff muscles and loss of consciousness. His parents said that her son had a pain …

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Pancreatic cancer has been for decades

CLOSE In a video message, "Jeopardy!" Hosting, face to face. t      USA TODAY It may seem as if you are suffering from the disease. This is a stage 4 pancreatic cancer. , ", Jeopardy". T Last summer, Detroit's Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin, as did Apple chairman, CEO and co-founder Steve Jobs. [image 1 of 1] Buy Photo [Photo: …

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Ebola disbelief widespread in DR Congo hotspots

Image copyright AFP Image caption                  More than a quarter of people surveyed in Ebola-hit The current outbreak started in August and more than 600 people have died, according to the health ministry. More than 1,000 people have contracted the poll The study author 961 "This means people are not taking patients to the Ebola center" they would take their …

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Ebola is widely contradicted in DR Congo pits

Image copyright AFP Subtitle of image The current outbreak is the second biggest record ever More than a quarter of people surveyed in the Democratic Republic of Congo areas hit by Ebola told researchers that they do not believe the disease exists 36% of respondents also believed that The disease was created to The authors of the study, published in …

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