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  • Fourth Annual Gala of Hope
    Cure SMA Gala of Hope to fund Spinal Muscular Atrophy research
    On Thursday, October 2, join the South Florida chapter ofCure SMA at its fourth annual Gala of Hopedinner dance,a fundraising event to help find a cure for spinal muscular atrophy (SMA). The event is hosted byFerrari Maserati of Fort Lauderdale....
  • Vitamin C can kill every virus known to mankind
    Is vitamin C the natural cure for Ebola?
    On August 3Thomas E. Levy, MD, JD wrote an article in NaturalHealth365 entitled Surprising solution for Ebola virus. In it he states, "Whether the infectious disease branch of modern medicine is truly unaware or just does not want to admit...
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    Sleeping sickness drug cures autism in one dose
    Suramin, a drug developed to treat African sleeping sickness almost a century ago, has been shown to cure autism symptoms in mice in one dose. Dr. Robert K. Naviaux, professor of medicine, pediatrics and pathology at the University of California,...
  • Ryan Reed, driver of the #16 ADA Drive to Stop Diabetes presented by Lilly Diabetes Ford, during qualifying for the NASCAR Nationwide Series History 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway on May 24, 2014, in Charlotte, North Carolina.
    Juvenile onset diabetes can be cured if caught in time
    Juvenile diabetes, now known as type 1 diabetes, has been shown to be reversible and effectively cured for life in mouse studies. The disease has been found in 22 million people across the world and has been shown to be increasing at a rate of...
  • Treating diabetes via embryonic cloning holds promise
    Treating diabetes via embryonic cloning holds promise
    A new study holds much promise for diabetics. Researchers at the New York Stem Cell Foundation reported that they had created an embryonic clone of a 32-year-old woman with diabetes, extracted healthy stem cells from the clone, and then modified...
  • Kent Stephenson, the second person to undergo epidural stimulation of the spinal cord, voluntarily raises his leg while stimulated at the Human Locomotion Research Center laboratory.
    Electrical stimulation may be a cure for paraplegia
    A new electrical stimulation method has demonstrated 100 percent effectiveness in reducing the effects of paraplegia and restoring muscle and limb function regardless of the duration of the paraplegia or the lack of extant spinal nerve connections...
  • University of Miami pediatrician Judith L. Schaechter, M.D. (L) gives an HPV vaccination to a 13-year-old girl in her office at the Miller School of Medicine on September 21, 2011, in Miami, Florida.
    Japanese mushroom extract found to cure HPV
    The Japanese mushroom extract Active Hexose Correlated Compound (AHCC) has been found to eradicate human papillomavirus (HPV) according to research presented by Dr.Judith A. Smith from the University of Texas Health Science Center Medical School...
  • Exclusive interview with Stoon, EDM’s artist on the rise
    Exclusive interview with Stoon, EDM’s artist on the rise
    After exalting to the top with performances at some of New York City’s elite venues, DJ Stoon’s popularity has been expanding and intensifying in the dance music community over the past year. With his most recent residency landing at...
  • HIV Antiretroviral pills
    Second HIV baby 'cured'
    It was reported yesterday, March 6, a second HIV baby has been 'cured'.A California mother had given birth to a baby in the summer of 2013, infected with HIV. The infant had been given an intense amount of antiretroviral drugs just four...
  • The study may lead to successful treatment of leukemia in humans
    UCLA researchers cure leukemia in mice
    UCLA researchers have reported curing a type of acute leukemia (blood cancer) in mice without producing any toxic side-effects. The study may lead to successful treatment of leukemia in humans. The findings were published on February 24 in the...
  • New study may lead to cure for hearing loss
    New study may lead to cure for hearing loss
    Almost 50 million people in the US suffer from hearing loss; one of the most common reasons for this problem is due to prolonged exposure to very loud noises. A new study by researchers at Harvard medical school has reported that it might be...
  • Nurse Noni's Hangover Sucks
    Nurse Noni's Hangover Sucks
    If you're hungover again and looking for relief, then, Nurse Noni has the cure. With the help of her care-giving husband, the two have created a product to deal with the upset stomach, headache, dry mouth and mild dehydration.Nurse Noni is the...
  • Autism research at work
    Birth stress may lead to autism
    The stress which many babies endure in the birthing process has been shown to be the cause of at least a portion of autism cases. A new treatment has been tested, showing that if the mother(in this case using rats) is given a diuretic, the...
  • A collection of alcohols
    The lie of homeopathic cures: Alcoholism
    While alcoholism continues to be an international epidemic, there are always homeopaths who try to cash in on the problems of others. 2014 is no different from previous years in terms of how deadly alcoholism can become, yet countless "...
  • Booster, cancer free
    New Cancer treatment saves dog's life
    This happened in Minnesota, but I thought it was important to share as much as possible!The University of MNhas made significant strides in finding a cure forcancer in dogs, lead by the team of Dr. Elizabeth Pluhar and the late Dr. John Ohlfest....