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s Like Symptoms After Leaving the Hospital As medical care is improving patients are surviving critical illness more often; but, if they are surviving their critical illness with disabling forms of cognitive impairment like Alzheimer's something has to be done. +Alzheimer's Reading Room Patients treated in intensive care with no evidence of cognitive impairment often leave with deficits similar to those like mild Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Inspirations from Maths Three Spheres I Based on another famous and simple Escher print. Here we find a kind of “multi-level game”, since what appears to be a sphere is actually a flat circle with a print of a reticulated pattern that simulates the volume of the sphere. To make clear the “game” Escher represents the same sphere (a flat disk, in fact) placed in various forms: vertically, stretched and folded in half.
Radioactive bacteria attack pancreatic cancer Listeria bacteria carrying the compound rhenium-188 (red) can deliver sustained doses of radiation to pancreatic-cancer cells. Two dangerous things together might make a medicine for one of the hardest cancers to treat. In a mouse model of pancreatic cancer, researchers have shown that bacteria can deliver deadly radiation to tumours — exploiting the immune suppression that normally makes the disease so intractable. Fewer than one in 25 people diagnosed with pancreatic cancer are alive five years later. Chemotherapy, surgery and radiotherapy are generally ineffective, mainly because the disease has often spread to other organs even before it is detected. The work, which is described in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences1, began when Ekaterina Dadachova of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York thought of combining two ways to fight cancer.
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Health Insurance Canceled After Dementia Diagnosis This is the kind of news that sends shivers up the spines of Alzheimer's caregiver and their families. +Alzheimer's Reading Room I can't remember how many times I have read or heard someone say they would not take any test that would indicate they are predisposed to Alzheimer's or a related dementia. Reasoning? Still glowing strong after 109 years: the world's oldest lightbulb By Felix Allen Updated: 13:52 GMT, 14 January 2010 Enlarge Burning bright: The world's oldest lightbulb, which has been glowing almost continuously since 1901 The world's oldest light bulb has been burning for 109 years - so little wonder it has a fan club with thousands of members and its own website. As EU rules deny householders the right to use traditional filament bulbs, the so-called 'Centennial Light' has been on almost constantly since 1901.
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