Equality Survival Antiviral Therapy in Patients with HCV-related Cirrhosis of the General Population

7 May
Antiviral therapies equal survival rate of HCV-related cirrhosis patients with general population

Patients with hepatitis C virus-related cirrhosis who respond well to anti-viral treatment, the survival rate equal to the general population, such as investigators Chinese Journal of Hepatology. Cirrhosis and liver dysfunction, such as decompensated liver cancer or long-term development infected … Read More »

Asian American Adults HBV Screening Can help Prevent the Onset of Liver Disease

5 May
Asian American adults HBV screening can help prevent the onset of liver disease

Based on community screening of hepatitis B virus was discovered by researchers led by a University of California, Davis, targeted publicity in Asian populations to identify high-risk groups, infection and guide them to the appropriate follow-up care to help prevent … Read More »

Studies Have Shown That The Vaccine Seems Greater in The Morning Vaccination Provides Immune Response

28 Apr
Studies Have Shown That The Vaccine Seems Greater in The Morning Vaccination Provides Immune Response

A recent study showed that influenza vaccination in the morning might be more effective. British researchers evaluated 276 over 65 years between 2011 to 2013 were inoculated three different strains of influenza patients. These patients are at 9:00 ~ 11:00 … Read More »

Study: Most Ebola Survivors Experience Brain Symptoms More Than Six Months After Initial Infection

25 Feb
Study: Most Ebola survivors experience brain symptoms more than six months after initial infection

For many Ebola virus infection, the symptoms of viral infection after cure, survivors still produce prolonged psychiatric symptoms. Most of the 82 Ebola survivors in a new study from the world’s largest Ebola outbreak had brain symptoms more than six … Read More »

New Study Show Zika Virus Can Cross The Placental Barrier

20 Feb
Zika virus can cross the placental barrier, according to new study

A recent study confirmed that Zika virus in pregnant women during pregnancy, “through” the placenta. The virus is now considered a major cause of newborn Microcephaly Brazil lead the surge. Placenta has two daughters and mother separate circulatory system. During … Read More »

Research: Adenosine Deaminase May Help Activate Immune System Against HIV

4 Feb
Research: Adenosine deaminase may help activate immune system against HIV

Medicine researvh found that adenosine deaminase can activate latent human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), making them vulnerable to viruses and drugs attacks the body’s immune system. New research findings published in the February 2016 issue of the Journal of Leukocyte Biology, … Read More »

Study Shows Several Envigo Rat Models Susceptible to Genital HSV-2 Infection

4 Feb
Study shows several Envigo rat models susceptible to genital HSV-2 infection

STD hospital clinical evidence of herpes simplex virus can cause a variety of human diseases, such as gingivostomatitis, keratoconjunctivitis, encephalitis and reproductive tract infections and neonatal infections. After the infected host, often establish latent infection in nerve cells, activation and … Read More »