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Dépakine: Les petits-enfants touchés eux aussi?

22 novembre 2018 –  “Au bout du 149e cas, je me suis dit qu’il y avait trop de malchance pour que ce soit un hasard”, relate Marine Martin, présidente de l’association des victimes de la Dépakine (Apesac). Depuis 2014, la lanceuse d’alerte a constaté certains troubles majeurs chez de nombreux enfants de victimes de la Dépakine.

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Enfin: Contre-indication des médicaments à base de valproate

09 juillet 2017 – Les autorités françaises viennent de prendre cette mesure attendue depuis longtemps et contre-induite médicaments contenant du valproate pour les femmes enceintes et les femmes en âge de procréer. Cela devrait laisser tombé gravement, au moins en France, le nombre d’enfants nés avec des malformations congénitales tératogènes après le traitement des mères avec des valproates.

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Dépakine et dérivés en France: Valproate victimes vont être indemnisées

22 mai 2017 – Il y as quelque mois que Fance Info a eu l’historie que l’Assemblée nationale a donné son feu vert à l’unanimité pour la création du fonds d’indemnisation promis par l’Etat dédié aux victimes de l’antiépileptique Dépakine (valproate de sodium), responsable de graves malformations foetales. 

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Valproate et dérivés : renforcement de l’information sur les risques

02 mars 2017 – Ce message vient de L’Agence nationale de sécurité du médicament et des produits de santé de la France  (l’ANSM) et se reflète dans leur formulation:

A partir du 1er mars 2017, un pictogramme alertant sur les dangers de la prise de médicaments contenant du valproate ou un dérivé pendant la grossesse (Dépakine,

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    It's important to know the the symptoms, causes, and treatment of sickle cell anemia, an inherited blood disorder that, in the United States, is more common among African Americans.
  • Scientists discover three genes associated with fatal lung disease février 28, 2020
    Researchers at the Universities of Leicester and Nottingham have discovered parts of the DNA that put some people at higher risk of an incurable lung disease called idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF). The findings are published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine today, after an earlier version was posted online in November […]
  • An understudied cause of cancer: Mutations in regulators of cell signaling février 28, 2020
    Mutations in a vital class of regulatory molecules are an underappreciated cause of cancer because they impair the function of "G" proteins, a versatile and vast family of signaling switches that underlie innumerable biological facets of life itself.
  • Could new discovery play a role in diagnosing Alzheimer's earlier? février 27, 2020
    Scientists have detected that a previously overlooked gene behavior could potentially lead to a new way to diagnose Alzheimer's earlier.
  • Huntington's disease-causing DNA repeat mutations reversed in the lab février 27, 2020
    Neurodegenerative diseases, like Huntington's disease and myotonic dystrophy, are often referred to as DNA repeat diseases, named because of long repeated sequences in the DNA of patients. Increasing repeat expansion length in the affected tissues contribute to earlier age of disease onset and worsen the progression and severity of the disease over time.
  • Researchers announce progress in developing an accurate, noninvasive urine test for prostate cancer février 28, 2020
    Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center have made significant progress toward development of a simple, noninvasive liquid biopsy test that detects prostate cancer from RNA and other specific metabolic chemicals in the urine.
  • Anomalies in structure of polyvalent metal melts explained février 28, 2020
    Metals and their alloys are the main structural materials of modern civilization. The properties of metal melts are well studied. However, according to Anatoly Mokshin, one of the co-authors of the publication, Chair of the Department of Computational Physics at Kazan Federal University, for more than 25 years, scientists from all over the world have […]
  • New platform for engineering ribosomes to 'cook new cuisines' février 28, 2020
    Researchers have created a method for cell-free synthesis and evolution of new ribosomes that can specialize in the synthesis of functional materials and therapeutics.
  • Cartilage cells, chromosomes and DNA preserved in 75-million-year-old baby duck-billed dinosaur février 28, 2020
    In a paper published online in National Science Review, an international team of scientists present evidence of fossilized cell nuclei and chromosomes within preserved cartilage in a baby duck-billed dinosaur. This dinosaur belongs to Hypacrosaurus and comes from a nesting ground discovered in 1988 by paleontologist Jack Horner in Late Cretaceous sediments of Northwest Montana.
  • Gene therapy generates new neurons to treat Huntington's disease février 28, 2020
    Huntington's disease (HD) is a rare disease with chorea movement and caused by Huntingtin (Htt) gene mutation and neurodegeneration. A research group led by Dr. Gong Chen has developed a novel gene therapy to regenerate functional new neurons in mouse models of HD. The work has been published in Nature Communications on February 27, 2020.
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