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Dr Bert Mandelbaum on PRP and stem cells for treatment / exercises for injury prevention

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Amniotic stem cell treament for necrotic enterocolitis

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Journal Club: Predicting survival in resected non-small-cell lung cancer

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Cochlear implants for children and adults with severe to profound deafness | 2-Clinical-need-and-practice | Guidance and guidelines | NICE

2.1 Hearing loss may be caused by interference with the transmission of sound from the outer to the inner ear (conductive hearing loss) or damage within the cochlea, the auditory nerve or auditory centres in the brain (sensorineural hearing loss). In adults the most common cause of sensorineural hearing loss is presbycusis. This is a progressive condition caused by the loss of function of hair cells in the inner ear, leading to deafness. Hearing loss in adults may also be caused by excessive exposure to noise, or by ototoxic drugs, metabolic disorders, infections or genetic factors. Severe to profound hearing loss in children may have a genetic aetiology, or have prenatal, perinatal or postnatal causes. These include conditions such as meningitis and viral infection of the inner ear (for example, rubella or measles), as well as premature birth and congenital infections. Deafness that occurs before the development of language is described as prelingual, whereas deafness that occurs after the development of language is described as postlingual.  
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Neurology Neuron

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Neurology - Neuron

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The Molecular Basis of Memory: Tracking mRNA in Brain Cells in Real Time

http://www.einstein.yu.edu - Researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine developed a mouse model in which molecules crucial to making memories (beta-a...  
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Cancer Genetics: Review of DNA & Proteins

Very brief overview of how how DNA works in the cells to produce proteins.  
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Leukemia treatment

There are three main solutions to treat leukemia. Chemotherapy is a collection of drugs which target cells that rapidly multiply (a key characteristic in can...  
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Leukemia pathophysiology

Sometimes an immature blast cell have two gene mutations which prevent it from maturing into a specialized blood cell and cause it to multiply out of control...  
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Cellular Structure of Bone

Learn about the different cells that make up bone and the bone matrix. Visit us (http://www.khanacademy.org/science/healthcare-and-medicine) for health and m...  
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Introduction to Cancer Biology (Part 4): Angiogenesis

As the tumor grows, it eventually reaches a size where it requires additional vasculature in order to sustain continued growth. To achieve this, tumor cells ...  
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Introduction to Cancer Biology (Part 3): Tissue Invasion and Metastasis

Another common mechanism of cancer biology is the ability of malignant cells to migrate from their original site to organs throughout the body. This animatio...  
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Introduction to Cancer Biology (Part 2): Loss of Apoptosis

Apoptosis or "programmed cell death" is a mechanism by which organisms limit the growth and replication of cells. Loss of apoptosis is one of the key mechani...  
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over 7 years ago