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NEW LUNGS for old as a means of prolonging the lives of persons with cystic fibrosis is a prospect that has inspired researchers in the past few years. At two recent meetings, developments in this specialized area of organ transplantation were reported.
In Toronto, Ontario, participants in the...
THE ACTIVE AGENT in hot peppers is getting bland reviews from most clinicians who try it as topical treatment for peripheral neuropathies.
Basic scientists, meanwhile, say the mechanism of action of capsaicin makes it a tantalizing research tool. (Please see accompanying article.)
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CAPSAICIN has a specificity for nociceptive, or pain-transmitting, type C nerve fibers.
That, investigators say, is why it can block pain while not affecting sense of touch, pressure, or vibration.
And it is why this active agent in Tabasco sauce is becoming a common condiment in many basic...
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