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2008-07-30 18:00:22

To: NATIONAL EDITORS Contact: Alzheimers Association media line: +1-312-335-4078, media@alz.org; ICAD 2008 press room, July 27-31: +1-312-949-3253 - Plus, Taking Antidementia Drugs Extends Lifespan Three Years in Alzheimers - CHICAGO, July 30 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Results from clinical trials of three potential Alzheimers therapies raise hope for new and better treatments of the disease, according to data reported today at the 2008 Alzheimers Association International Conference on...

2007-11-11 03:00:07

By Boren, Todd Reyes, Carlos; Montenegro, Raul; Raimer, Karen Abstract Evan's syndrome is a rare hematological condition defined as immune thrombocytopenic purpura and hemolytic anemia.

2007-05-18 06:00:37

By Florea, Anca V; Ionescu, Diana N; Melhem, Mona F Human parvovirus B19 is a single-stranded DNA virus with a predilection for infecting rapidly dividing cell lines, such as bone marrow erythroid progenitor cells.

2006-07-19 00:10:49

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Infusing human antibodies into people with Alzheimer's disease appears to slow disease progression and may even improve the patients' condition a little, researchers reported on Tuesday.

2006-07-18 14:05:00

Infusing human antibodies into people with Alzheimer's disease appears to help stop the disease from getting worse and may even help the patients improve a little, researchers reported on Tuesday.

2006-02-13 16:18:20

By Megan Rauscher NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Not

2005-10-03 14:46:29

When added to standard treatment, steroids significantly reduce the odds of developing heart damage in children with Kawasaki's disease, according to a study in the October issue of Pediatrics.

2005-08-08 17:02:03

Defects in a single gene can result in two immune system disorders that leave affected individuals vulnerable to frequent or unusually severe infections, according to new findings reported in the August issue of Nature Genetics.

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