Paris a remportÃ© la candidature pour le congrÃ¨s ESC European Society of Cardiology pour 2019. Cela reprÃ©sente 30 000 participants en provenance de 140 pays sur 5 jours.
La SociÃ©tÃ© EuropÃ©enne de Cardiologie (ESC) est fiÃ¨re d’annoncer que son congrÃ¨s annuel se tiendra Ã Paris, du 31 aoÃ»t jusquâ€™au le 4 septembre. Lâ€™ESC Congress est le plus grand congrÃ¨s de cardiologie au monde, attirant plus de 30 000 professionnels de la santÃ©, en provenance de plus de 140 pays, le tout sur un programme scientifique de cinq jours.
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For decades, fecal transplants went unregulated, with doctors performing them as they pleased.
In June, after a patient died and another was sickened from a fecal transplant that contained drug-resistant bacteria, the Food and Drug Administration stepped in and set new guidelines for the procedure.
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First-of-its-kind pilot study suggests repeated treatments could slow tumor growth
Scientists demonstrated that applying low-intensity electrical stimulation to the brains of patients with tumors resulted in decreased blood flow within tumors while leaving the rest of the brain unchanged. Although further study is needed, the findings suggest that a series of such treatments could modify tumor growth and progression.
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