Medical News & Research Update: Medabit

  • Friday, December 30th, 2016

Medabit 101-112

101. Organ donation becomes mandatory in France (02/01/2017)

France has reversed its policy on organ donations so that all people could become donors on their death unless they join an official register to opt out.

102. New organ discovered inside human body by scientists (05/01/2017)

103. Give peanut to babies early (06/01/2017)

104. ACOG Recommends Delayed Umbilical Cord Clamping for All Healthy Infants (15/01/2017)

105. Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Rates Are Low in Women With Advanced Kidney Disease (15/01/2017)

106. Chemo-Brain Among Women With Breast Cancer Is Pervasive (15/01/2017)

107. Promising Clinical Activity for HER2-Targeted Vaccine in Early-Stage Breast Cancer (15/01/2017)

108. Vaginal Microbes Point Toward Early Detection, Screening for Endometrial Cancer (15/01/2017)

109. Pre-Pregnancy Progesterone Helps Women With Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (15/01/2017)

110. What is the Optimal Dosing Interval for Zoledronic Acid in Patients With Bone Metastases? (15/01/2017)

111. GERD Medication in Pregnancy May Be Linked to Childhood Asthma (15/01/2017)

112. Human-pig ‘chimera embryos’ detailed (15/01/2017)

113. Cholesterol-lowering jab to help prevent heart disease (21/06/2017)

114. Older fathers have ‘geekier sons’ (21/06/2017)

115. Cardiologist: Breast implants skew heart attack test (21/06/2017)

116. Breast implants and other medical items get safety barcodes (21/06/2017)

117. How safe is the cosmetic surgery boom? (21/06/2017)

118. Vaginal mesh implants: Hundreds sue NHS over ‘barbaric’ treatment (27/06/2017)

119. NHS hernia mesh repairs ‘leaving patients in chronic pain’ (27/06/2017)

120. Magnets used to control flickering eyes (27/06/2017)

121. How lack of sleep affects the brain (27/06/2017)

122. The incontinence surgery that’s wrecked thousands of women’s lives: Victim left wheelchair-bound from horrific internal lacerations reveals how she finally found a solution for embarrassing leaks (29/06/2017)

  • Karen Griffiths, 51, suffered stress incontinence after having second child
  • It forced her to stop exercise and led to awkward social situations
  • Had treatment called transvaginal tape – a mesh implant under the bladder
  • Suffered ‘cheeswire effect’ of internal cuts after mesh slipped out of place

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3493194/The-incontinence-surgery-s-wrecked-thousands-woman-s-lifes-Victim-left-wheelchair-bound-horrific-internal-lacerations-reveals-finally-solution-embarrassing-leaks.html#ixzz4lLzQo1BY

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