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Depression: Help From The Off - News

Around one in ten GP patients show signs of depression. Only the most minor percentage of them undertake initial therapy. A new treatment procedure has online support as its focus, which provides help
19/09/2017, Erich Lederer

The Surgical Executioner: Transplantation Of The Head - News

A neurosurgeon will be performing a head transplant at the end of the year. The head of a paralysed patient is supposed to be matched to a new body. "Is this still medical treatment?" is the question
08/08/2017, Erich Lederer

Nociception: More Pain No Gain For Women? - News

When women and men feel pain, their respective signalling and threshold levels often differ greatly. It is therefore all the more important to take both genders into account in research, both in studi
20/06/2017, Erich Lederer

Autoimmune Diseases: Women's Business - News

The immune systems of women and men are very different. Women have a better chance of surviving severe infections. With regard to autoimmune diseases, however, women are rather more often affected: ar
23/05/2017, Erich Lederer

Autoimmunity: Pressing The Reset Button - News

An "immune reset" represents the last hope for some patients with an autoimmune disease. Ablative chemotherapy is followed by autologous transplantation of haematopoietic stem cells. The road is hard,
28/02/2017, Erich Lederer

Organoids: Mini-Intestine And Mini-Brain - News

They won't replace animal experiments and clinical trials, but organoids derived from stem cells already offer many advantages. Zika virus could be studied in a mini-brain. The bacterium Helicobacter
21/02/2017, Erich Lederer

Induced Stem Cells: Between Hope And Hype - News

Its inventor was awarded the Nobel Prize. Entire clinics wish by using this technology to rejuvenate humans and make a lot of money. Nevertheless the cultivation of any body tissue from standard natur
15/11/2016, Erich Lederer

Osteocalcin: The New Rejuvenator - News

Whoever thinks of bone only in terms of it as the supporting skeleton for the body is being misguided. Using an injection of the hormone osteocalcin derived from skeletal tissue, researchers succeeded
04/10/2016, Erich Lederer

Tumour Therapy: Better Off Not Labelling Off-Label - News

Treatments using off-label medications are controversial - in tumour medicine as well. A new study aims to prove that when it comes to medication it makes sense to pay less attention to tumour type bu
20/09/2016, Erich Lederer

Stuttering: The Right Lobe Raps Along - News

Every twentieth child stutters sometime during the course of his or her development. For four out of five children these speaking problems resolve by themselves. With more knowledge about switching di
02/08/2016, Erich Lederer

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