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2012-04-19 19:55:06

New data from a number of clinical trials presented for the first time at the International Liver Congress™ 2012 provides hope for previously difficult to treat hepatitis C (HCV) patient populations.

2012-04-14 23:02:56

The new documentary film opens nationally today. CHARLOTTE, N.C. and LOS ANGELES, Calif., (PRWEB) April 13, 2012 Jackie Fame, Inc.

2011-06-23 15:31:21

The drug telaprevir (Incivek) provides a dramatic improvement in the treatment of the most common form of hepatitis C infection.

2011-05-09 08:15:00

SAN DIEGO, May 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Aethlon Medical, Inc. (OTCBB: AEMD) announces that it has submitted a request to the U.S.

2009-12-09 09:17:00


2009-08-10 16:07:55

Japanese scientists say they've discovered a chemical found in blueberry leaves can help block the replication of the hepatitis C virus. The researchers, led by Hiroaki Kataoka and colleagues at the University of Miyazaki, said the discovery opens a new avenue for treating chronic hepatitis C infections.

2008-07-04 03:00:06

By Liang, Shu-Ling Hepatocyte injury, commonly encountered in the practice of medicine, can be caused by a number of diseases such as hepatitis, autoimmune disorders, and congenital or acquired disorders of metabolism, or by exposure to alcohol, chemicals, and drugs.

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Gorgonocephalus eucnemis is a species of starfish found in circumpolar marine environments in the Northern Hemisphere, particularly the Arctic Ocean and northern parts of the Atlantic Ocean as far south as the Faeroe Islands and Massachusetts Bay. It also occurs in the Pacific Ocean from the Bering Sea south to Japan and Laguna Beach, California. It is found in rocky areas with strong currents at depths down to 6,600 feet, but more commonly at 50 to 500 feet. It is also found on mud and sandy...

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