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News Bites: Tracking patient adherence through urine tests, Hair loss linked to metabolism
 

News Bites: Tracking patient adherence through urine tests, Hair loss linked to metabolism

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This week, researchers at the University of Edinburgh have developed a light-sensitive camera that can “see” through the human body. In the US, researchers suggest using a “tamer” version of the Zika virus to shrink targeted aggressive brain tumours. Researchers also suggest that the lack in libido in early menopausal women can be addressed with an oestrogen patch.
 
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10 Sep 2017 - General
 
These tidbit information are really interesting. Inventing a camera that would see through the body especially while doing endoscopic procedures are extremely helpful. It can track where the light is placed and could help the procedure a little bit easier. Estrogen patches too could be the answer to women who are in their menopausal stage and still dream to be sexually active and satisfied. All of the information mentioned above are just examples on how technology has taken over this generation ...
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