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RECENT ADVANCES in islet cell transplantation research may provide some encouragement for the long-held hope that a cure for insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus someday may be possible.
As has been pointed out by Gordon C. Weir, MD, and colleagues (Diabetes. 1990;39:401-405), "the lack of any...
BEING in one's 60s or even 70s is no longer reason enough to be denied orthotopic liver transplantation, two new studies suggest.
The latest findings indicate that patients in their seventh or eighth decades of life do as well as younger adults. Moreover, similar success has been recorded with...
RESEARCHERS have wed the prince of immunosuppressive drugs, cyclosporine, to a common antifungal medication, ketoconazole, and this union has been shown to slash the costs of antirejection therapy in patients who have undergone kidney transplantation by more than 80%.
ONCE UPON a time, no one in the world had ever heard of the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Neither was the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) known. That state of innocence ended forever less than 10 years ago.
A new report from the Committee on AIDS Research and the Behavioral,...
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