Monday, March 4, 2013

*Screening for Cervical cancer through PAP smear is now for women after the age of 21 years old and should be every 3 years for women between 21 and 30 years of age.

*Screening for Cervical cancer through PAP smear is now for women after the age of 21 years old
and should be every 3 years for women between 21 and 30 years of age.
*Like other screening, the rates have been decreasing.  Also cost and over-treatment had been of concern and led to revision of the guidelines.  No comments were made about HPV immunization.
*FDA warning about new batches of counterfeit Bevacizumab put out under the label ALTUZAM 400mg/16
BATCH #B6022B01 expiring sometime this year!
* Mycobacterium Tuberculosis can hide from host immune defense in the Bone Marrow!
*successful Hearing restoration performed in Mice bearing USH1C gene mutation!
(JAMA)
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