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Using regular aircraft to transport organs for transplant usually works OK, but problems can arise when flights are delayed, or when planes can't land in remote areas. That's where drones could really make a difference – and in an April 19th proof-of-concept exercise, one was used to deliver a kidney for a human recipient... Continue Reading Drone-delivered kidney gets transplanted into pa
Doctors in the south of the UK can now run through virtual reality simulations of emergency care for folks suffering from Type 1 diabetes, before applying what they've learned on real patients... Continue Reading UK doctors can practice emergency patient care in virtual reality Category: VR Tags: Diabetes Emergencies Training Treatment Virtu
An international team of researchers, from Imperial College London and the University of Melbourne in Australia, has demonstrated a new AI system that can effectively predict survival rates from ovarian cancer better than any current conventional method available to doctors... Continue Reading AI system four times better at predicting ovarian cancer patient survival than other methods Cat
A new case study published in the journal JAMA Dermatology reveals a young patient suffering from severe eczema along with a longstanding case of alopecia totalis – a condition resulting in the complete loss of hair on the scalp and face – has displayed major hair regrowth after being treated with a newly approved eczema drug... Continue Reading New eczema drug unexpectedly restores hair i
When cruise ships are being built, the cabins are just slotted in as prefabricated modules – it's faster and easier than building each one from scratch, within the ship. Well, Philadelphia-based EIR Healthcare is taking the same approach to hospital-building, with its MedModular prefab patient rooms... Continue Reading Modular patient room could make for quicker hospital builds Category:
A recently published case study from an ongoing clinical trial revealed an experimental immunotherapy treatment has cured a breast cancer patient. The 49-year-old patient with advanced breast cancer was given three months to live before enrolling into the trial. Within weeks her tumors had disappeared and 22 months later she is still in complete remission... Continue Reading Milestone immu is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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