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The specialty and specialized hospital of Azarbaijan started its work in 1993 to provide specialized medical care with the cooperation of the most experienced medical staff and advanced equipment.The center, in addition to the first level facilities and in addition to the expertise of internal surgery, obstetrics, obstetrics and anesthesiology, has specialized in other disciplines such as neurology, infectious and pathology, and laboratory and dialysis and cardiopulmonary and cardiac scans, and laser and dental centers...
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For the first time scientists reveal how a promising drug candidate for cancer therapy interacts with receptors on tumors
For the first time scientists reveal how a promising drug candidate for cancer therapy interacts with receptors on tumors

A cryo-EM map of the receptor decorated capsid in which a single protomer was replaced with the atomic model. Seneca Valley Virus capsid proteins are shown in blue, green, and red, and the ANTXR1 receptor is shown in magenta.

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Appendix acts as a reservoir for disease-associated proteins; appendectomy lowers the risk of developing Parkinson's
Appendix acts as a reservoir for disease-associated proteins; appendectomy lowers the risk of developing Parkinson's

Removing the appendix early in life reduces the risk of developing Parkinson's disease by 19 to 25 percent, according to the largest and most comprehensive study of its kind. The findings solidify the role of the gut and immune system in the genesis of the disease, and reveal that the appendix acts as a major reservoir for abnormally folded alpha-synuclein proteins, which are closely linked to Parkinson's onset and progression.

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Cerebellum checks and corrects thoughts, movement
Cerebellum checks and corrects thoughts, movement

The cerebellum, once thought to be limited to controlling movement, is involved in every aspect of higher brain function, according to a new study.

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Study points to possible new therapy for hearing loss
Study points to possible new therapy for hearing loss

Researchers have taken an important step toward what may become a new approach to restore the hearing loss. In a new study scientists have been able to regrow the sensory hair cells found in the cochlea -- a part of the inner ear -- that converts sound vibrations into electrical signals and can be permanently lost due to age or noise damage.

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Natural product found to reduce the level of damaged cells in the body, caused by aging
Natural product found to reduce the level of damaged cells in the body, caused by aging

Previous research showed it was possible to reduce the burden of damaged cells, termed senescent cells, and extend lifespan and improve health, even when treatment was initiated late in life. They now have shown that treatment of aged mice with the natural product Fisetin, found in many fruits and vegetables, also has significant positive effects on health and lifespan.

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