News of World Medicine
Artificial intelligence diagnoses retinal pathology
30.03.2020

Chinese Ping An Technology has developed and successfully tested its own retinal disease screening system using optical coherent tomography technology

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.

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.