New Drug Treatment for Malaria in Pregnant Women with HIV Shows Promising Results

Overview: A recent study led by the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) in collaboration with research institutions in Kenya and Malawi suggests that a new drug treatment could significantly reduce malaria rates during pregnancy for women living with HIV. Malaria during pregnancy poses serious health risks for both mothers and newborns, especially in the context…

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Chinese Lab Creates Mutant COVID-19 Strain GX_P2V with 100% Lethality in ‘Humanized’ Mice

Chinese scientists have conducted a Wuhan-esque study in which they engineered a mutant COVID-19 strain, GX_P2V, with a 100% lethality rate in “humanized” mice. The virus, derived from a coronavirus cousin found in Malaysian pangolins in 2017, demonstrates a rapid and severe impact on the genetically modified mice, attacking various organs, including the lungs, bones,…

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Experimental Ultrasound Treatment for Alzheimer’s and Drug Addiction Shows Promise

A groundbreaking experimental ultrasound treatment is being tested by Dr. Ali Rezai, a neurosurgeon, to potentially slow down cognitive decline in individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and help those battling drug addiction. The treatment involves directing nearly a thousand beams of ultrasound energy at specific targets in the brain. Alzheimer’s Treatment: In a trial at the…

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