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Mesenchymal Stem Cells & the Liver Study

Scientists have developed a new way to treat liver failure by dampening the immune response using stem cells taken from the bone marrow.

Therapy to slow down liver damage

So far the technique has only been tested in animals, but if it works in humans it could help save lives.

Potentially a patient could be kept alive longer until a donor organ is found - and the liver would be given the maximum chance to repair itself.

The Massachusetts General Hospital work features in the journal PLOS One.

Lack of evidence of sexual transmission of Hepatitis C among monogamous couples

Italian researchers have evaluated the risk of sexual transmission of hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection among 895 monogamous heterosexual partners of HCV chronically infected individuals in a long-term prospective study.

Pharmaceutical Money Buys Journal Influence

Pharmaceutical Advertising Biases Journals Against Vitamin Supplements
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Poison Control Statistics Prove Supplements' Safety

No Deaths from Vitamins, Minerals, Amino Acids or Herbs
Poison Control Statistics Prove Supplements' Safety

Engineering a new way to study hepatitis C

Researchers at MIT and Rockefeller University have successfully grown hepatitis C virus in otherwise healthy liver cells in the laboratory, an advance that could allow scientists to develop and test new treatments for the disease.

Tackle overlooked threat of hepatitis B, C

They're the overlooked viruses: Hepatitis B and C together infect three to five times more Americans than the AIDS virus does, and most don't know it.  In the next 10 years, these two liver-damaging infections will kill about 150,000 people in the U.S. alone, says a new report Monday from the prestigious Institute of Medicine.

Quercetin is a Plant-Derived Bioflavonoid

Natural compound blocks hepatitis C infection, UCLA study finds

UNcensored at the SOURCE January 06, 2010

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