Conduct a colonoscopy, and endoscopy may carry more risks than previously thought

According to the researchers, the frequency of infection after colonoscopy or endoscopy in ambulatory surgery centers can be 100 times higher than previously thought, reports a news portal UPI, citing a study published in the journal Gut.

Infections caused by E. coli and Klebsiella, can affect Continue reading “Conduct a colonoscopy, and endoscopy may carry more risks than previously thought”

Want to talk about it? How to choose a psychologist and not to run into problems

In Russia, the advice “go see a shrink” is bad advice. First: you can get for it in the nose. Second, if the person will listen, then it is a risk to run into the nonprofessional. Run up and strengthen the idea that psychology is a pseudoscience. Our author Olga Mikhailova said, how to avoid it. Continue reading “Want to talk about it? How to choose a psychologist and not to run into problems”

Adding ambrosianae to chemotherapy increases survival of patients with metastatic NSCLC

The introduction of first-line immunotherapy improves long-term results of treatment of patients with metastatic non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), according to the Pharmaceutical Journal.

In the framework of phase III clinical trials, the results of which are published in the New England Continue reading “Adding ambrosianae to chemotherapy increases survival of patients with metastatic NSCLC”