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Abartig: Wieso werden schwangere Frauen mit Sildenafil (Viagra) behandelt?

13. Februar 2019 – Diese Frage haben sich viele Leserinnen und Leser gestellt, als bekannt geworden ist, dass bei einer inzwischen abgebrochenen klinischen Studie in den Niederlanden, in welcher schwangere Frauen mit Sildenafil (Viagra) behandelt wurden, offenbar  neunzehn (19!) Babys gestorben seien. Mehrere werdende Mütter,

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Erektionsstörungen: Gefährliche Potenzmittel aus dem Internet

21. September 2010 – Das Schweizerische Heilmittelinstitut Swissmedic hat gestern den untenstehenden Text betreffend “Potenzmittel aus dem Internet” veröffentlicht. Die Mitteilung spricht für wohl sich!

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20.09.10 –  Swissmedic, Schweizerisches Heilmittelinstitut, hat 120 Proben beschlagnahmter Importe von Erektionsförderern im Labor untersucht. Die untersuchten Potenzmittel waren fast ausnahmslos im Internet bestellt worden.

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Sitaxentan [Thelin®]: Marktrücknahme

December 11, 2010 – Die Firma Pfizer informiert über die Vertriebseinstellung von Sitaxentan [Thelin®]. Nach zwei Todesfällen infolge Leberversagens hat die Firma  das Arzneimittel Sitaxentan [Thelin®] nicht nur in Deutschland, sondern weltweit vom Markt genommen. Sitaxentan [Thelin®] war seit 2006 in Europa (in Deutschland seit 2007),

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  • Genomic adaptations to a rice-based diet mitigate the risk of obesity and diabetes September 21, 2020
    The traditional rice-based diet of some east-Asian population has brought a number of genomic adaptations that may contribute to mitigating the spread of diabetes and obesity. An international study led by the University of Bologna and published in the journal Evolutionary Applications has recently suggested this interesting hypothesis. Researchers analyzed and compared the genomes of […]
  • Researchers identify genetic factors associated with hand-foot syndrome in chemotherapy with capecitabine September 21, 2020
    Capecitabine is a chemotherapy drug used for breast and colorectal cancer. It can extend survival rate by nearly 10%. However, recent studies revealed that almost 50% of patients develop palmar-plantar erythrodysesthesia, a skin reaction also called hand-foot syndrome with mild to serious symptoms. Up to 17% of these patients can have a burning pain in […]
  • Gene therapy corrects the cardiac effects of Friedreich's ataxia September 18, 2020
    Gene therapy was successfully used to overcome the cardiac effects of Freidreich's ataxia (FA) in a mouse model of the disease, as reported in the peer-reviewed journal Human Gene Therapy.
  • Algorithms uncover cancers' hidden genetic losses and gains September 17, 2020
    Understanding the specific mutations that contribute to different forms of cancer is critical to improving diagnosis and treatment. But limitations in DNA sequencing technology make it difficult to detect some major mutations often linked to cancer, such as the loss or duplication of parts of chromosomes.
  • Researcher finds keys to control the 'driver of cancer's aggressiveness' September 17, 2020
    'Do not erase.' 'Recycle me.' 'Free to a good home.' Humans post these signs to indicate whether something has value or not, whether it should be disposed of or not. Inside our cells, a sophisticated recycling system uses its own enzymatic signs to flag certain cells for destruction—and a different set of enzymes can remove […]
  • Awareness of COVID-19 in severe dementia patients September 21, 2020
    Tokyo, September 21, 2020- The ongoing coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has substantially affected patients with dementia and their caregivers.
  • Cleveland Clinic study finds no link between influenza vaccine and COVID-19 risk September 21, 2020
    Using patient data from Cleveland Clinic's COVID-19 registry, Dr. Joe Zein found that receiving the flu vaccine does not increase risk for COVID-19 or worsen associated disease outcomes, suggesting it is safe and advisable to receive the influenza vaccine this flu season.
  • Bio-based inhibition of gas hydrate formation September 21, 2020
    Copper stearate was used as the basis for this catalyst test and showed efficiency for in-situ oil combustion.
  • Biodiversity hypothesis called into question September 21, 2020
    How can we explain the fact that no single species predominates? A generally accepted hypothesis is that a trade-off exists between organisms able to acquire and consume more food than other when resources are scarce, and organisms which rapidly consume large quantities of food when they are in abundance. However, when scientists from the University […]
  • A faster and more reliable method to categorize olive oil is validated September 21, 2020
    Classifying olive oils into the categories of extra virgin (EVOO), virgin (VOO) and lampante (LOO) is still quite a challenge to deal with since the official method includes physical-chemical and sensory analyses by means of a panel of tasters. These tasters need to be specialized, and on many occasions are not available, in addition to […]
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