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male triathletes may be putting their heart health at risk




image: short-axis and long-axis lge images depicting a non-ischemic fibrosis pattern in all 10 lge+ triathletes. lge size, indicated by arrows, varied from small, point-shaped (triathlete 53) to larger and more... view more credit: radiological society of north americachicago - competitive male tr...



exercise associated with improved heart attack survival




sophia antipolis, 12 april 2017: exercise is associated with improved survival after a heart attack, according to research published today in the european journal of preventive cardiology.1 the chances of survival increased as the amount of exercise rose."we know that exercise protects people agains...



researchers suppress fibrosis chemical signal to block haywire healing




rochester, minn. -- an injured body always seeks to heal. but that process is far from simple. a host of cells organize to restore what was damaged. then, critically, the process tapers off. and when it doesn't, the effects can be disastrous. fibrosis is the thickening and scarring of tissue due to ...



antibody is effective against radiation-induced pulmonary fibrosis




radiation therapy is part of the treatment regimen for about two thirds of cancer patients today. radiotherapy is well tolerated in most cases, but it can also lead to damage in healthy tissues that are also irradiated. one debilitating side effect is radiation-induced fibrosis. fibrosis is a proces...



new drug protects heart from cardiac rupture after myocardial infarction




image: microscopic images of murine myocardial tissue three days after myocardial infarction. mmp-9 activation was clearly decreased in the lcz696 treatment group while the number of inflammatory cells (macrophages) remained unchanged... view more credit: dr. masanobu ishii and associate professor...



not too late to join the santa speedo shuffle for cystic fibrosis act




registrations for the santa speedo shuffle for cystic fibrosis act close on friday, june 30 - so get in quick with your team or individual entry.entrants in santa hats and speedos will brave the canberra winter on sunday, july 30 to run the central basin of lake burley griffin as many times as possi...



gender gap in death from heart attack reduces particularly in younger women




barcelona, spain - aug. 26 2017: the gender gap in death from heart attack has reduced over the past two decades particularly in younger women, according to research presented today at esc congress.1 the study in over 50 000 patients found that overall in-hospital mortality for heart attack patients...



cystic fibrosis drug will be paid for after all, outgoing health minister says




a controversial drug which can help around half of cystic fibrosis sufferers will be included in the basic health insurance package after all, outgoing health minister edith schippers has announced.schippers said she had managed to make a last-minute deal with drugs firm vertex for the medicine, cal...



cystic fibrosis drug will be paid for after all, outgoing health minister says




a controversial drug which can help around half of cystic fibrosis sufferers will be included in the basic health insurance package after all, outgoing health minister edith schippers has announced.schippers said she had managed to make a last-minute deal with drugs firm vertex for the medicine, cal...



health of people with cystic fibrosis shows positive trends in us and canada




image: this is a model of the human lungs. view more credit: dr. robb glenny, division of pulmonary and critical care medicine, uw medicinenew research comparing cystic fibrosis patients in the united states and canada showed that, although the patients' nutritional status and lung function improv...



cystic fibrosis study offers new understanding of silent changes in genes




cystic fibrosis is a common life-shortening inherited disease that affects over 70,000 people worldwide, the majority of whom are children and young adults. individuals living with cystic fibrosis carry faults in a single gene that disables or destroys a protein called cftr (cystic fibrosis transmem...



new imaging technique shows effectiveness of cystic fibrosis drug




image: talissa altes, m.d. is chair of the department of radiology at the university of missouri school of medicine. view more credit: justin kelley/mu healthcolumbia, mo. (april 12, 2017) -- according to the cystic fibrosis foundation, more than 30,000 americans are living with the disorder. it cu...



study confirms safety of rapid algorithm to rule-out and rule-in myocardial infa




barcelona, spain - aug. 27, 2017: the safety and efficacy of a rapid algorithm to rule-out and rule-in myocardial infarction has been confirmed in a study presented at esc congress today.1patients with symptoms suggestive of acute myocardial infarction (ami) account for about 10% of all emergency de...



as more adults are diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, radiologists look for pattern




leesburg, va, july 26, 2017-- marked improvements have been made over the past few decades in managing cystic fibrosis, but as more adults are diagnosed with the disease radiologists can do more to monitor the wide spectrum of cf in adults, including nonclassic imaging findings, according to an arti...



cystic fibrosis patients live 10 years longer in canada than in the us




enlarge/ preschool age girl with cystic fibrosis sits with her mom while receiving a breathing treatment. getty | steve debenportshare this storyjust over the northern border of the us, patients with the same devastating genetic condition—cystic fibrosis—are living an average of 10 years longer,...



cystic fibrosis patients may take state to court over medicine funding




a lobby group for people suffering from cystic fibrosis is considering taking legal action against the dutch state for refusing to fund a drug which relieves some of the symptoms.health minister edith schippers has refused to include the drug orkambi in the basic healthcare package after failing to ...



new 3-d visualization tool could enable targeted drug delivery for cystic fibros




university of california san diego researchers have developed the first 3d spatial visualization tool for mapping "'omics" data onto whole organs. the tool helps researchers and clinicians understand the effects of chemicals, such as microbial metabolites and medications, on a diseased organ in the ...



some people with cystic fibrosis might live longer because of genetic mutations




cystic fibrosis is an inherited disorder caused by genetic mutations that disrupt the normal movement of chloride in and out of cells. among other health problems, cystic fibrosis compromises the lungs' ability to fight infection and breathe efficiently, making it the most lethal genetic disease in ...



cf patients and physicians use shared decision-making tool to determine regimens




cincinnati--physician-researchers at the university of cincinnati have developed a computerized decision-making model to promote shared decision-making with cystic fibrosis patients. the tool takes into account patients' preferences for measures of lung function and health along with the latest medi...



esc guidelines on st-segment elevation myocardial infarction published today




barcelona, spain - aug. 26, 2017: european society of cardiology (esc) guidelines on the management of acute myocardial infarction in patients with st-segment elevation are published online today in european heart journal,1 and on the esc website.2the document provides recommendations on topics not ...



breakthrough discovery presents hope for treating fibrotic diseases which cause




singapore, 28 august 2017 - a breakthrough discovery in the field of cardiovascular fibrosis research made at duke-nus medical school (duke-nus) and national heart centre singapore (nhcs) has been licensed to a newly launched company enleofen bio pte ltd, a singapore-funded biotechnology start-up. e...



magnet study sees otential for mre in measuring liver fibrosis in children




image: this is jeffrey schwimmer, md, professor of pediatrics, uc san diego school of medicine. view more credit: uc san diego healthresearchers at university of california san diego school of medicine, with collaborators across the nation, have determined that magnetic resonance elastography (mre...



better understanding of 'one of the most complex organs' for better lung treatme




image: this is an example of at2 and at1 epithelial cell generation in a lung alveolar organoid used to examine manc and amp function. green staining for surfactant protein c... view more credit: the lab of ed morrisey, phd, perelman school of medicine, university of pennsylvaniaphiladelphia - det...



scientific discovery opens new possibilities for cancer and fibrosis treatment




researchers from the turku centre for biotechnology (btk) in finland have discovered that a cellular fuel sensor, known to control energy processes in the cells, is involved in the regulation of the contact of cells with their surrounding environment. this unexpected link could help scientists bette...



cystic fibrosis alters the structure of mucus in airways




image: the image shows mucus in pig airway affected by cystic fibrosis (cf). the red strands of mucus (made of muc5b protein) are more tangled than normal, and the green sheets... view more credit: university of iowa pappajohn biomedical institutemucus is important for maintaining healthy lungs. i...