Device may help wearers, but trial indicates it doesn’t aid long-term rehabilitation
Raised levels of an antibody thought to indicate tolerance to food allergens in people with established allergies suggests commonly accepted treatments are not universally effective for adults.
A minimally invasive surgery for vascular conditions in the brain and spine is safe, even for the elderly, as long as patients are chosen with care
Stem cells offer hope for patients with critical limb ischemia, a potentially fatal circulatory disease of the legs
Stem cell therapy assists healing broken bones in combination with bone graft surgery
Transplanting sheets of cells grown in the lab onto the eye improves vision in patients suffering from severe disorders of the surface of their eyes
Understanding the long-term use of statins for preventing stroke recurrence in Asian patients
Standardized nationwide staff training in prostate cancer treatment in Japan contributes to high patient survival rates
Are the markers of early Alzheimer’s disease similar across populations?
Blocking amyloid assembly in blood vessels is a promising strategy for slowing dementia
Boosting the flow of blood to the brain could slow cognitive decline in patients.
A stem cell treatment offers a faster and less invasive way to fix fractured bones that have failed to heal