Getting involved in research  – congenital heart disease

Getting involved in research – congenital heart disease

Every year over 5,000 babies in the UK are born with congenital heart disease we define congenital heart disease as a disease of the heart that is identified before birth or present at birth imaging research has been key to advances in care and has led to more children with heart conditions surviving into adulthood […]

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Modeling Alcohol Abuse and Liver Disease – Bin Gao, NIH IRP

Modeling Alcohol Abuse and Liver Disease – Bin Gao, NIH IRP

>>As you know, drinking too much alcohol may cause you liver damage and it leads to liver cirrhosis and then cancer. So, you know, the goal of our laboratory at the National Institute of Health is trying to understand how alcohol drinking causes liver damage and liver cancer. Particularly we want to know how immune […]

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The Road Ahead: Coronary Angiogram

The Road Ahead: Coronary Angiogram

this presentation will provide you with some important information about your upcoming angiogram it's a joint initiative between heart research Australia as well as Royal North Shore Hospital and Northshore private hospital economy angiogram is an x-ray examination of the arteries that supply blood to the heart is often performed to look for any blockages […]

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