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Cancer drug can be used to treat cerebral aneurysm
27.03.2020

With the help of inhibitors of receptor tyrosine kinases, the development of cerebral aneurysm can be stopped.

COVID-19 vaccine tests have been initiated in USA
25.03.2020

On 16th of March, clinical trials of a coronavirus vaccine were initiated in the United States.

25.03.2020

The American regulator granted the status of accelerated consideration of the application for carbetocin – an analogue of oxytocin, for intranasal administration

BRITISH SCIENTISTS WILL START TESTING A VACCINE AGAINST CHINESE CORONAVIRUS IN ANIMALS
23.03.2020

Scientists from Imperial College London have managed to reduce the period of laboratory research on the development of COVID-19 vaccine up to two weeks.

Insulin injections may be replaced with a plaster
23.03.2020

American researchers have carried out a comparative analysis of two methods of delivering insulin to the human body to control glycemia. It turned out that a plaster to be as effective and safe as a syringe pen.

WHO has announced the start of first trials of COVID-19 coronavirus vaccine
23.03.2020

Scientists have started the first test of the new type of COVID-19 vaccine.

Scientists believe that fish oil may affect male fertility
18.03.2020

Danish scientists have found an interrelation between fish oil-based dietary supplements and increased male fertility in an observational study.

Ananta Medicare has participated in the powerlifting competition
18.03.2020

Ananta Medicare became the leading partner of a sports festival held in Kharkov under the patronage of the WRF KRAWA Powerlifting Federation.

For the first time an artificial intelligence has independently created a cure for people
13.03.2020

For the treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder the new drug is fully developed by Exscientia Artificial Intelligence at Oxford. The drug is already preparing for testing in humans.

A CURE FOR STUTTERING HAS SUCCESSFULLY PASSED CLINICAL TRIALS
04.03.2020

Scientists from the University of California have carried out the first clinical trial of a cure for stuttering. Only 9 patients took part in the test, however, almost all subjects had improved their speech.