Cleveland Clinic began searching for candidates for uterus transplants at the end of 2015 – the efforts were part of a clinical trial approved by the institution’s review board. Its research team, which includes transplant specialists, obstetricians and gynecologists, bioethicists, psychiatrists, nurses and social workers, continues to screen transplant candidates with Uterine Factor Infertility, a condition that affects three to five percent of women across the world. … [Read more...] about First Successful Uterus Transplant Performed in the U.S.
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The clinical results showed that patients’ clinical symptoms have improved significantly 12 to 24 hours after the treatment, with inflammatory indicators in the laboratory decreasing significantly and some key indicators, such blood oxygen saturation, showingn promising results. … [Read more...] about 32 recovered patients donate plasma to others with coronavirus infection
WUHAN, Feb. 16 (Xinhua) -- Clinically diagnosed cases, which have been treated as confirmed cases from Thursday, have driven the surge in the number of new confirmed cases in China's Hubei Province, center of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak. The inclusion of the cases, however, boosts the confidence of frontline medical workers in their battle against the epidemic. … [Read more...] about China Focus: Diagnosis criteria revision boosts medics’ confidence in fight against epidemic
Set amid political struggles and famine after a string of military defeats, Kingdom starts by literalizing one of the oldest metaphors for societal decay: The country is rotting from the top down because its king has become a demented monster. Everyone in the royal court is keeping the tragedy a secret, denying the obvious, or trying to leverage the situation for personal gain by acting in naked selfishness while claiming to implement the king’s orders. The official story is that the king has smallpox, but this diagnosis is belied by his rotting face, glottal growls, and tendency to snooze all day and feed on servants at night. (Like vampires and cockroaches, Kingdom’s zombies do their business under cover of darkness, then scuttle into hiding when the sun comes up.) The crown prince, Lee Chang (Ju Ji-hoon), the offspring of the king and a concubine, is next in line for the throne, but he can’t claim it because everyone says his father’s not dying, just sick. … [Read more...] about Zombie Epic
Carbon dioxide from the brewery will be used in one vegetation room, home to about 1200 plants, and another room whereas many as 1300 plants are in the flowering stage. Growers, who triple the amount of CO2 typically found in ambient air to speed the growing process, will test the plants over their 16-week cycle to see how they respond. … [Read more...] about Instead of releasing this greenhouse gas, US beer brewers sell it to pot growers