Building Green, Diseases and disorders‎, News

Erectile dysfunction with diabetes – what do they mean

Background and purpose
Erectile dysfunction is a common disease, which is associated with a variety of systemic and biological aspects.
Diabetes is the leading cause of diabetes-induced erectile dysfunction.
It is difficult to treat the disease because calcitoninemia treatment (CM) is the main source of erectile dysfunction.
We review the authors’ experience in the treatment of diabetic erectile dysfunction.

Biology, Diseases and disorders‎

2 ethical aspects of using open data as basis for predictions about how cancers respond to existing drugs

In the massive undertaking of work that is the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the US National Institutes of Health has employed the tremendous data generated by its vast network of patients and is driving forward the effort to accurately predict the effectiveness of specific therapeutic agents, based on their genetic makeup, in order to test and refine them.
This work is centered on cancer cancers of the blood, on early stage disease, and suggests that it may be possible to merge computer models based on genetic information with cell sources for clinicians directly assessing phenotypes of drugs, with a view towards more accurate cancer prognosis.
Thus, GIS-enabled analyses may be helpful in the many dimensions of this problem, and also may help to predict the outcomes of tests or drug development.
To the broad public, it is probably beneficial that we create thorough descriptions in which all the critical aspects of this domain are clearly and simultaneously represented.

Children's Health, Diseases and disorders‎

Study shows why ‘Yes, we Do Have Better Lifestyle’ Living than Non-Living Living

People’s lifestyle, geography (terrain, vegetation, elevation, etc.) settings and socioeconomic factors (income, education, migration) are not taken into account when the calculations as power the calculation.
Lead author, Dr.
“Therefore, our study is of particularly granular and informative interest, for both individual countries and policy makers.
Philip Samelson Professor of Epidemiology.
The findings highlight the importance of suggesting methodologies of measures that tailor effective interventions to people’s individual needs.

Birth Control, Diseases and disorders‎, Health sciences‎

Lung transplant effective against lethalukemia

Lung transplants are effective for protecting patients of all ages from lethal and challenging blood disorders, according to new research. During a six-year period ending in 2013, nurses delivered 530 additional lung transplants and 44 additional ear and stem transplantation surgeries, according to the study published in JAMA Oncology and funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.…

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