• Cutaneous angiosarcoma rates increasing in those older than 70 years

    1 month ago - By Healio

    Patient survival in cutaneous angiosarcoma is not affected by current therapeutic strategies, and cases are increasing in those who are older than 70 years, according to researchers in a retrospective analysis.
    “In combination with the majority of prior literature, our data demonstrate that there is no optimal therapeutic regiment. It is possible that this is due to the inherent biology of the disease and currently available therapies are not able to modify the natural progression,” Rosalynn R.Z. Conic, MD, PhD, from the department of surgery at University of Maryland, the
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  • Research says fasting while pregnant affects baby's growth rate, increases risk of adult-onset disorders

    Research says fasting while pregnant affects baby's growth rate, increases risk of adult-onset disorders

    1 month ago - By Natural News

    Intrauterine growth restriction is an irreversible complication of pregnancy that results in poor fetal growth. IUGR is caused by maternal food restriction or malnutrition, but the mechanisms underlying this condition is not fully understood. In a recent study published in the journal Nutrition Research, a team from the David Geffen School of Medicine at...
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