‘This is a great leap forward,’says Antonetti. ‘We have identified an important goal in regulating blood vessel leakage in the eye and we have a therapy that works in animal models. Our research is in the early stages of development. We have long way long way to determine the effectiveness of this to demonstrate a new therapeutic combination in humans, but the results are very promising to creating.
‘.. Risk of transmission.ies can flash heat inactivate breast milk HIVAn international team of UC Davis researchers has conducted found that mothers in sub-Saharan Africa could successfully follow a protocol for flash heating reduce breast milk transmission of human immunodeficiency virus – the virus causes AIDS – their infants.
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