Diabetes research in Thames Valley

Diabetes research in Thames Valley

Diabetes covers the usual forms of diabetes, type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes, but we’re really keen research to cover the whole broad range of both of those conditions and so we might think particularly from diagnosis of type 1 diabetes through to different forms of treatment, different insulins and then on the into […]

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Vaginal Yeast Infection | How to Cure Yeast Infection

Vaginal Yeast Infection | How to Cure Yeast Infection

There is a relatively effective though one-dimensional treatment for candida yeast infection called immunotherapy. In this treatment yeast infection patients are ordered to avoid the consumption of basically all yeasty foods and sugary foods and are given allergenic substance in dilute doses normally in the form of oral drops or injection to enhance the immune […]

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Clone Wars in MDS/Pre-MDS: CUSs, CHIPs and AML

Clone Wars in MDS/Pre-MDS: CUSs, CHIPs and AML

[MUSIC PLAYING] [INTERPOSING VOICES] CECILIA YEUNG: Thank you for the kind introduction, Dan. And thank you everyone for being here, as well as everyone who’s calling in or listening in over the line. Today, we’re going to be talking about MDS as well as pre-MDS states. And I call it “Clone Wars” because, really, we […]

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Research to stop Type 1 | Research | Diabetes UK

Research to stop Type 1 | Research | Diabetes UK

When people get type 1 diabetes, when you’re clinically diagnosed, they still have a significant number of insulin making beta cells left. And at the moment we’re focusing on trying to help those individuals retain that 20 or 30 percent of insulin making cells that they have. And we are already starting clinical trials where […]

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Immunotherapy treatment used to fight cancer and infectious diseases

Immunotherapy treatment used to fight cancer and infectious diseases

(soothing, harmonic music) – [Russell] At Berkeley we don’t have a hospital or cancer patients. What’s unique about what we’re doing here is that we’re really interested in understanding the basic mechanisms about how the body works. One of the interesting ideas that has emerged at Berkeley is that perhaps we can use what we’ve […]

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