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According to several recent studies in Europe, antibiotics can be used to treat appendicitis instead of appendix removal surgery, reports The New York Times. Of the 1,000 participants, 70% of those who took antibiotics needed no further surgery or treatment. Where antibiotics were not effective, subsequent...
According to an article published by Reuters, a new drug developed by Sage Therapeutics, Inc to treat patients with super-refractory status epileptics (SRSE) is ready to enter the next phase in clinical study and trials. Current data reveals that the drug provoked a seventy-seven percent response rate from...
Richard Kimball, Jr., CEO of HEXL and Fellow of the Distinguished Careers Institute at Stanford University, describes how technology has enabled the viability of widespread utilization of telemedicine platforms. The proliferation of internet-connected smart devices with high-definition cameras and...