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Roche provides new data on multiple sclerosis drugs

The new Phase III data analysis shows that OCREVUS may be useful in the progression of disease in patients with primary progressive multiple sclerosis (PPMS), for example, postponing time from which patients are dependent on wheelchair. Roche continues to engage with patients with progressive forms of MS and launches two new global Phase IIIb studies to evaluate the effect of …

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Almond removal can be so dangerous in childhood

A new study shows that due to the possible long-term consequences, we should reconsider the practice of removing children's tonsils and polyps in complaints. Even today, many young children who often suffer from tonsillitis or middle ear infections undergo surgery to eliminate these symptoms. It is not very known about the long-term consequences of the removal. A new study in …

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20 Minutes – Should Amandel Operations Damage More Than They Make Use?

Download or submit? Otolaryngologists are always faced with this issue when the tonsils (tonsils) of their patients repeatedly cause problems. But less and less the answer is clear. Since the removal of almond used to be the only option earlier, it is currently doubtful of the long-term consequences. Study What about your almonds? Knowledge Push Subscribe to Knowledge Channel Notification …

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Almond removal can be so dangerous in childhood

A new study shows that due to the possible long-term consequences, we should reconsider the practice of removing children's tonsils and polyps in complaints. Even today, many young children who often suffer from tonsillitis or middle ear infections undergo surgery to eliminate these symptoms. It is not very known about the long-term consequences of the removal. A new study in …

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Electric cars are no problem for pacemakers

Patients with pacemakers can use electric cars without fear. This is the result of a study by the German Heart Center in Munich. The researchers investigated the extent to which electric vehicles could interfere with the function of the pacemaker due to their electromagnetic field. Conclusion: Errors are very unlikely. The researchers ran different electric cars on a test bench …

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Three options for colonoscopy in control services

It's not for everyone with a tube of one meter and a half in length. In addition, if the intestines before using a strong laxative must be "spruced up". Although doctors recommend colorectal cancer screening tests to anyone between the ages of 50 and 69, only about one in five uses according to the Swiss Health Surveys 2007 and 2012. …

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Electric cars are no danger to pacemakers

The largest electromagnetic fields are exposed to the driver while charging. (Photo: IWB / Nicole Drechsler) Munich (energy) – Patients with pacemakers can safely drive with electric cars. This is the conclusion of a study by the German Center for Cardiovascular Research (DZHK). Thus, current electric cars do not pose any threat to pacemakers and other implanted electrical cardiac devices. …

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