Men at risk of breast cancer gene29.06.2013Not only in women, there is also a breast cancer gene in men. They too are at risk of getting breast cancer. That is why doctors recommend preventive measures: a few hundred men a year With more than 70,000 new cases per year, breast cancer is the most common cancer in women, which affects every eighth woman statically.
Source of Legionella infection apparently discovered Since August 10, there has been a wave of Legionella infection in Warstein, Sauerland, which has affected more than 100 people. The course of the disease led to death in two people, and as reported yesterday (legionella infections in the Sauerland region), a wave of infections with legionellosis occurred in Warstein, for which the cause was still unknown.
Strike: Doctors and staff at the Helios clinics put down work Around 160 doctors at the Helios clinic in Berlin-Buch stopped working for a good two and a half hours on Monday. With the strike, the doctors wanted to emphasize their demands for a five percent increase in wages and better pay for Saturday work, night work and overtime.
According to the health authorities, there is no objection to the Kita-Essen, which, after eating nine Hamburg toddlers on Tuesday, showed reddening and sometimes swelling on the face, was legally unobjectionable. This was the result of the examination of a food sample at the Institute for Hygiene and the Environment.
Researchers discovered efficient hepatitis D therapy Scientists have discovered an effective hepatitis D therapy that can be used to hepatitis D infection virologically in a quarter of the cases, using peginterferon to treat hepatitis B and C. alfa-2a also has an effect on hepatitis D, the researchers in the “Hep-Net International Delta Hepatitis Interventional Trial” (HIDIT) study group led by Michael Manns and Heiner Wedemeyer from the Hannover Medical School (MHH) explained in the current issue of New England Journal of Medicine.
Every third baby is born by Caesarean section. DAK data show: Above all in the West there is a cut The trend to Caesarean section continues. Last year every third baby in Germany was born using a scalpel. This resulted in an evaluation of DAK internal hospital data. What is striking is that there is significantly less cutting in the new federal states.
Homeopathy Foundation Prize of EUR 15,000 awarded The Tiedemann Foundation for Classic Homeopathy awarded the Homeopathy Foundation Prize for the 8th time since 1999 at the 163rd Annual Meeting of the German Central Association of Homeopathic Doctors (DZVÄ) in Weimar, 2013 for the first time in the amount of EUR 15,000. forgive.
Researchers identify genetic cause of flakiness, flakiness and forgetfulness can have genetic causes. Scientists at the University of Bonn discovered a connection between everyday cognitive impairments and the “DRD2” gene. The University of Bonn reports in a current press release that certain variants of the gene would make it easier for people to be distracted and experience moments that are due to a lack of attention.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in Berlin.Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in Berlin. About every fourth malignant tumor affected the female breast. This was announced by the Berlin Senate Administration on the Common Cancer Register (GKR) of the East German federal states.
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China: Clinics deny treatment to AIDS patients In China, patients with HIV infection are regularly denied treatment in clinics. This is based on a report by the UN International Labor Organization (ILO). According to this, most AIDS patients would not be treated in hospitals due to their infection, but would simply be sent away again.