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Argentine judge orders unproven treatment for Covid patient

Buenos Aires - An Argentinian judge compelled a private clinic to administer chlorine dioxide, used as a powerful disinfectant, to a coronavirus patient who died Monday in a case medical doctors have labelled "a scandal.

Scientists report setbacks in quest for AIDS cure

Amsterdam - Scientists reported setbacks Tuesday in the quest for an AIDS cure, and highlighted concerns about inconclusive evidence linking a promising new HIV drug to birth defects.

HIV cure a step closer after virus's DNA is removed from tissue

Scientists are a step closer to finding a cure for HIV after they managed to remove DNA of the virus from a living tissue.

Tumors and cancer could be cured by new injection

Scientists at Stanford University have discovered an antibody, which can simply be injected into the body to destroy tumors and cure cancer – even in its advanced stages.

'Magic' electronic implant leaves arthritis sufferers pain free

A major breakthrough has taken place in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. A revolutionary approach using an electronic implant has brought significant relief to those who suffer the most painful symptoms of the disease.

Yale scientists may have accidentally cured baldness

Scientists were looking for a cure for arthritis. They may have found a cure for baldness due to massive hair growth caused by one drug they tested.

Spaniards up in arms about book 'to stop kids from being gay'

A controversy, which started several years ago over a book which purported to "cure homosexuality," has reared its ugly head yet again, as the same author has published yet another book to "prevent children from becoming gay," which is now on sale.

Israel recognizes Holocaust homosexual victims for first time

Israel has opened a memorial honoring the thousands of homosexual victims of the Holocaust. It is not the first, but Israel’s recognition amounts to an imprimatur on their suffering.

Op-Ed: Osheaga 2013 exceeds expectations Special

Montreal - Since 2006, the OSHEAGA Music and Arts Festival has established itself as the largest festival of its kind in Canada. This year was no exception, with 135,000 fans descending upon Parc Jean-Drapeau in Montreal from August 2 to 4.

New phone app claims it can cure homosexuality in 60 days

People use apps to entertain themselves or as a tool to aid them in their jobs. There is one odd app that claims it can cure homosexuality within 60 days.

Stem cell research provides hope for epilepsy cure

Researchers from UC San Francisco have discovered a way to reverse severe forms of epilepsy in mice with stem cells, providing a new sense of hope for patients who suffer from the seizure-inducing disorder.

Danish scientists: Cure for HIV could be only months away

Danish scientists, whose research is considered among the most advanced and swiftly moving in the world, believe they could be only months away from completely curing HIV.

Asparagus: An unlikely hangover cure

Festivities that surround the holidays can sometimes literally be a headache, thanks to drinking too much alcohol. Now researchers are offering a potential hangover cure that comes from eating certain parts of asparagus.

California law barring parents from 'curing' gay kids moves ahead

A new law that prohibits California parents from trying to "cure" minors' same-sex attraction will soon pass from legislature to Gov. Jerry Brown's desk. Senate Bill 1172, will prohibit all sexual orientation change effort (SOCE) treatment for minors.

Fake doctor 'diagnosed' cancer & offered women perverted 'cures'

A 77-year-old man was jailed for 8 years yesterday for acting as a doctor, falsely diagnosing cancer and offering perverted cures to women.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast cancer awareness takes center stage this month. Education programs and fundraisers are being organized to help combat this deadly disease.

Rabies virus species plays a dual role in the cure for cancer Special

The vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV), belonging to the same family as the deadly Rabies-virus, has been found to kill cancer cells while also killing the molecules which hides cancer cells from the immune system.

Injection to cure phobias could become a reality

Researchers have discovered that the part of the brain that is responsible for our phobias could be ´re-programed´ with an injection to stop us developing phobias such as fear of heights and spiders.

Ancient Therapy Causing New Buzz in China

Using bees to sting patients has been proven to be an effective therapy in curing bone and joint diseases, along with other ailments.

Tick saliva could hold cancer cure

They may be one of the most hated insects in mother nature but they could also hold the cure for cancer, according to Brazilian scientists.

Research into Multiple Sclerosis Raises Hopes of New Treatment

Scientists at the University of Bristol in the West of England have discovered that a protein present in the human body can resist Multiple Sclerosis (MS).

Drinking coffee could reverse Alzheimer's effects

Studies conducted at the University of South Florida have found that five cups of coffee a day could help to slow the progress of Alzheimer’s disease.

Discovery of New Antibodies May Yield Influenza Magic Bullet

We're not there yet but researchers are working with a newly discovered range of antibodies which could yield a new range of weapons in the fight against the flu.

Scientists reverse heart disease in mice

U.S. and German scientists have not only stopped the advance of heart disease in mice, but have also reversed some of its effects. They claim human tests are only few years away.

German Doctor Accidentally Cures AIDS With Bone Marrow Transplant

A doctor from Germany treated an American patient suffering from leukemia. He not only cured the leukemia, but also the patient’s AIDS in the process.

New clue to Alzheimer's disease found

Harvard scientists have isolated a beta-amyloid molecule from others that is believed to cause Alzheimer’s disease. Only a two-molecule form of soluble beta-amyloid causes Alzheimer's in rats.

Diabetic Mice 'Cured' with Drugs

US scientists have managed to rid diabetic mice of the effects of the disease using a cocktail of drugs. The mice, who had type 1 diabetes, started producing their own insulin after taking a mixture of four drugs.

Op-Ed: Let Not Your Hearts Be Troubled, There Is A Cure For Liberalism

Relax, liberals across the globe. There is a break-through and we have the technology required to at least begin the long journey to a possible cure. We all know that liberalism is a mental disorder and has been known to create hatred.

Scientists studying the effects of high-dose vitamin C on non-Hodgkin lymphoma

Researchers have received approval for a first-of-its kind study to determine whether high doses of vitamin C will slow the spread of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.

5 Home Remedies for Laryngitis

It’s happened again – cold and flu season has struck. I don’t know about you, but I’m in the middle of my annual winter cold which invariably leads to my annual battle with laryngitis.
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