Researchers at the University of Chicago have shown that after a long stay in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) only a handful of pathogenic microbe species remain behind in patients’ intestines. The team tested these remaining pathogens and discovered that some can become deadly when provoked by conditions that mimic
For the first time, researchers have successfully used stem cells from human embryonic stem cells (hESC) to treat vision loss from various forms of macular degeneration. The clinical trial, published in The Lancet, provides the first evidence of the medium-term to long-term safety and tolerability of transplanting hESCs in humans.
This archived case study by Dan Lukaczer, ND is a useful model for practitioners seeking to develop a nutritional approach to treating arthritic symptoms. As Lukaczer points out in this case study, the relationship between rheumatoid arthritis [or any form of arthritis] and the myriad potential environmental triggers is beyond