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Breast Cancer Metastasis and Tumour Microenvironment
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: Breast cancer is the second major cause of mortality among women in the United States. Approximately one in eight women (12%) will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of their lifetimes (S...

Nrf2 Expression and Activation After Radiation Injury
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: Introduction The potential and unwanted  disruption and destruction of normal tissue are the major concerns that limit the use of radiation therapy [1] The initial cellular damage in response to rad...

Episcleritis Patient Case Study
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: EPISCLERITIS Introduction Episcleritis is a benign inflammatory condition of the external eye[1], specifically the episcleral tissues, which form the membrane between the conjunctiva and the sclera. ...

IQ in Patients with Myelomeningocele – A Review
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: IQ IN PATIENTS WITH MYELOMENINGOCELE – A REVIEW ABSTRACT It has been proposed that the presence of hydrocephalus in children with myelomeningocele (MMC) can be an indication of a decreased intellig...

Enhancer of Zeste Homologue 2 in Cancer Treatments
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: The oncogene EZH2 drives tumorigenesis and metastasis through multiple mechanisms Introduction Chromatin regulators control gene expression by controlling the availability of DNA to the basal tran...

GM-CSF Inhibitors for Chronic Pain and Inflammation
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: INTRODUCTION Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a systemic, chronic autoimmune condition characterised by joint inflammation, that affects 1% of the UK adult population (1). The disease can have a huge imp...

Regulation of Blood Glucose
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: Introduction In healthy people, blood glucose is tightly regulated to ensure normal body function. Blood glucose is maintained at a narrow range within 3.5 to 8.00 mmol/L despite the varying demand of...

The Process of Vaccine Manufacturing and Distribution
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: INTRODUCTION A vaccine is a biological product that provides active acquired immunity to a particular disease. It contains an agent that is weakened or killed forms of the microbe or viruses, or res...

Literature Review of Smallpox in India
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: Background Smallpox occurring naturally was eradiated worldwide by 1980, and the last case was identified in 1977.(1) Smallpox is a highly infectious disease which caused by two forms of the virus typ...

Patient Case Study Enhancing Intraoperative Intervention
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: In this care study, the intraoperative journey of a fictitious patient will be critically analysed, and a panoramic view of patient care will be facilitated by values of the National Health Service a...

Complimentary Alternative Medicine in Freshman Athletes
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: CAM MEDICINE USE COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE (TITLE) ABSTRACT  The use of complementary and alternative medicine is becoming more common in people globally. Whether people are usin...

Medication Assisted Treatment for OUD in Pregnant Women
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: Medication Assisted Treatment Medication assisted treatment (MAT) is a first line therapy for OUD in pregnant women, recommended as part of a comprehensive treatment plan (Mozurkewich and Rayburn, 20...

Studies into Diabetes Treatments
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: INTRODUCTION The word Diabetes is derived from the Greek language which means ” to run through ” which refers to the excessive urination (polyuria) which is a classical symptom of the cond...