Medical researchers have claimed that an investigational combination of drugs can effectively treat chronic hepatitis C cases. Using the direct-acting antiviral agents used in the experimental treatment, the research team reported over 90 percent success rate for HCV patients. Read the full story at Maine News Online
Studies show link between artificial sweeteners and obesity.
A Texas-based research center says an overwhelming number of bullying victims never report it to adults. That can lead to depression or even suicide.
One of Dr. Thomas Oates’ many responsibilities is instructing and guiding dental residents. A few years ago, one of his students approached him with a question he couldn’t answer: What should she do for a patient with diabetes who desperately needed an implant to replace a missing tooth?
Two doctors, Dr. Nilam Soni and Dr. Craig Sisson, at the University of Texas Health Science Center helped create a center unique in the country for how medical care is executed. Their hope is to speed up the medical care process and make it more accurate.
A San Antonio company is trying to break into the pharmaceutical market with a new version of an old drug that it believes offers hope to two-legged and four-legged patients diagnosed with incurable or life-altering diseases.