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Treating inflammation related conditions with PlantEXT Ltd

Treating inflammation related conditions with PlantEXT Ltd

The world’s most effective medical cannabis pharmaceutical formulations for the treatment of inflammation related conditions. PlantEXT is an Israeli company focused on developing and commercialising...
Time to look for therapeutic targets in sepsis

Time to look for therapeutic targets in sepsis

Sepsis is a medical condition that few patients have heard of and most doctors dread – But could scientists bring about new therapeutic targets...
A closer look at the relationship between inflammation and bowel cancer

A closer look at the relationship between inflammation and bowel cancer

Health Europa spotlights recent research into the relationship between inflammation and inflammatory bowel cancer and bowel disease. Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is the name given...
Could new diagnostic procedures differentiate between cancer & inflammation?

Could new diagnostic procedures differentiate between cancer & inflammation?

Published in the American Journal of Pathology, new diagnostic procedures reveal a protein biomarker that accurately differentiates bladder cancer from benign inflammation. A report in...
Chronic inflammation linked with various diseases & shorter life expectancy

Chronic inflammation linked with various diseases & shorter life expectancy

Using new tech, researchers have discovered that chronic inflammation is linked to increased risk for shorter lifespan and several organ-related diseases. By investigating a new...
Could inflammation be the key to pancreatic cancer prevention?

Could inflammation be the key to pancreatic cancer prevention?

Health Europa presents recent research from the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre that has revealed an unexpected link between pancreatic cancer and inflammation. Pancreatic cancer...

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