Cancer and the Science of Denial

Published: June, 2018

Pages: 26

The word ‘cancer’ is of Latin derivation and means crab. By the turn of the 20th Century organized medicine had come to the conclusion that it was not a matter of whether infec...

Pain Relieving Benefits of Massage Therapy Compared to Massage Therapy Combined...

Published: May, 2018

Pages: 8

Objectives: Although massage and microcurrent are widely used for chronic pain, there remains considerable controversy as to their therapeutic value for bac...

Posterolateral Percutaneous Endoscopic Discectomy with Partial Pediculotomy for ...

Published: April, 2018

Pages: 8

Background: Percutaneous endoscopic discectomy (PED) is one of the most useful minimally invasive surgical techniques for lumbar disc herniation (LDH). However, high-grade migrated...

Effect of Low Dose Type I Fish Collagen Peptides Combined or not with Silicon on...

Published: March, 2018

Pages: 8

The effects of low dose (2.5g) type I fish collagen peptides(CP) combined (CP/Si) or not (CP) with silicon (ch-OSA) were investigated in this double-blinded, randomized, placebo-co...

The Role of Bacterial Biofilms in Ocular Inflammation

Published: March, 2018

Pages: 6

For several decades, Blephariti, dry eye disease and meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD) have been thought to be three distinct entities, and evaporative dry eye distinct from aqueou...

Anaesthesia Clinicians Estimate Blood Pressure by Feeling the Radial Pulse: A Ra...

Published: February, 2018

Pages: 12

The trial assessed the accuracy of anaesthesia clinicians in estimating an anaesthetised patient’s systolic blood pressure (SBP) by feeling the radial pulse. To credit their accu...

Use of Cortically Fixed at Once Implants for the Treatment of Atrophic and Extr...

Published: February, 2018

Pages: 8

Dentist and patient have limited treatment options for management of extremely atrophic jaws. The Cortically Fixed at Once implant system was developed to meet challenges in...

Protein – Protein Interactions and Protein Folding as Therapeutic Targets

Published: February, 2018

Pages: 6

The process of protein folding to native protein was one of the most peculiar processes which is ravelled by many of the anti microbial agents and genetically altered cells and...

Channels and Transmitters Involved in Trigeminal Nociception

Published: February, 2018

Pages: 6

The understanding of pain and its underlying pathophysiology remains an active research area. We aim to review the most recent insights in molecular pathways involved in nocicepti...

A Novel Approach to Developing in Vitro Culture Method for Enhancing Anti-Cance...

Published: January, 2018

Pages: 3

Cell therapies using adult stem cells have been shown to be efficacious in many diseases that cannot be treated effectively by conventional treatment methods and are widely ...

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