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University of Miami Miller School of Medicine

How does heart failure develop in people with chronic kidney disease?

If you have kidney disease, you are more likely to get heart disease. Heart disease is the most common cause of death among people...

New discoveries in diabetes call into question some approaches to treatment and research

Pancreatic islets can offer the details on the normal glucose level in different species. Also, the first programming stays, notwithstanding when the islets are transplanted...

Scientists uncovered clues to treatment for chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy

Chemotherapy can expand life, or even give a cure, however sporadically with reactions so extreme that patients diminish or discontinue treatment. Take the instance...

First major study comparing robotic to open surgery

The Randomized Open Versus Robotic Cystectomy (RAZOR) preliminary indicated lower blood loss and blood transfusion rates and shorter hospital stays for patients who got...

Targeting CARM1 inhibits AML and spares normal cells

A new study by the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine has suggested that inhibiting the enzyme CARM1 (likewise...

How much exercise is required to help improve thinking skills?

Exercise improve thinking skills. But there is no suggestion that exactly how much exercise is required. In order to find out the answer, scientists...

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