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Pig kidney transplant patient dies

Richard “Rick” Slayman made history as the first living recipient of a genetically modified pig kidney transplant. However, this pioneering journey came to a somber halt about two months later as Slayman passed away. The Massachusetts General Hospital, where the procedure took place, has stated that there is no indication …

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USA CDC on COVID-19 Vaccine-Related Deaths

Recent revelations from The Epoch Times shed light on a controversial issue surrounding COVID-19 vaccines in the United States. According to internal documents obtained by the publication, the officials at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found evidence linking Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines to multiple deaths, …

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Ketogenic Diet for Mental and Physical Health

Amidst the spectrum of mental health therapies, inventive solutions frequently arise from the most unconventional places. A recent pilot study conducted by researchers at Stanford University sheds light on the potential of the ketogenic diet in managing symptoms of bipolar disorder and schizophrenia while also addressing metabolic syndrome. An article …

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Don’t miss out this upcoming webinar by Roche!

Event: Optimizing Triage of HPV Positive Patients with p16/Ki67 Dual Stain Biomarkers: Singapore Experience Date: Thursday, 16th May 2024 Time: 13:00 – 14:00 (GMT +8) Location: Online    Cervical cancer screening is pivotal in detecting precancerous lesions, preventing their progression to cervical cancer. However, traditional methods like Pap cytology have …

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Hospital Preparedness for Emergencies

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  Words by Laldevi Maharjan   Nepal’s vulnerability to natural disasters demands that hospitals be equipped to handle an influx of patients during mass casualty incidents, ensuring continuous operation amidst chaos. A well-crafted Preparedness Plan is not just a document but a blueprint for action, involving all hospital departments and …

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Ethical Boundaries of Euthanasia

  Words by Dr Rika Rijal    A 28-year-old Dutch woman is planning to undergo euthanasia in May 2024 due to severe mental health issues. She was suffering from depressive disorder, autism, and borderline personality disorder. Despite having a loving boyfriend and pets, she feels that her mental illness is untreatable …

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