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TWO CLINICAL TRIALS based on blocking tumor-cell growth factors represent an approach that may transform the face of cancer chemotherapy within the next decade.
The phase I studies now under way at the National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, Md, and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York...
COLD SHOWERS, long a folk medicine to lessen libido, may become part of therapy to restore sexual desire, positive thinking, and motivation lost to some persons suffering from depression, according to a preliminary study by investigators at the National Institute of Mental Health in Rockville,...
EARLY TO BED, early to rise, may be the new prescription for depression.
Twenty-two years ago, quite by chance, psychiatrists discovered that a night without sleep sometimes cured depression. Since then, more than 1000 patients have been subjected to total sleep deprivation; 70% of those with...
OXYGEN IS necessary for cell life. Ironically, it may also be responsible for cell death.
Whenever a disease or injury deprives a tissue of oxygen, reestablishing blood flow and therefore reintroducing oxygen may damage the tissue further. Some researchers hypothesize that oxygen free radicals...
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