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Bush to sign into law today the first civil rights legislation of the new millennium.

All potential victims of genetic discrimination ‘ ‘Today marks a new era in healthcare marked,’said Slaughter. ‘The Americans can finally unlock the huge potential of genetic research without the fear that their own genetic information be used against them. Roll-out Just a few weeks received GINA overwhelming support in both the Senate with a unanimous consent and the House of Representatives, where legislation was passed by a landslide vote 414-1.. President Bush Signs Landmark Genetic Nondiscrimination Information Act into lawThe Coalition for Genetic Fairness commends President George W.

– Prohibiting employers from firing, refusing to to hire or require other discriminating with respect to compensation, conditions , or privileges of employment an employer may not require or purchase genetic information, and they are also the disclosure personal genetic information is prohibited Similar provisions apply to employment agencies and labor unions. Continue reading

Say the researchers.

The only established a warning signal After Esophageal Cancer SurgeryA new study published in of the Journal of Clinical Oncology, was that most patients recover for at least five years after esophageal cancer surgery an average quality of life. However, the quality of life deteriorates significantly for one in six patients to a level much lower than the average population in the five years after the operation remains. This suggests, say the researchers, that hospitals must be better at identifying this patient group.

Furthermore, had the number of smokers would have reduced by 34 % the WHO policy have been implemented worldwide in 2010. The researchers developed two sets of projections predict smoke results 2010 to 2020 and then again 2030, with or without the implementation of the the reduction of smoking policy. While some countries is part of the voluntary WHO tobacco control policy, called MPOWER already, complete and worldwide implementation of these tobacco control measures have to happen to happen, said David Mendez, associate professor in the UM School of Public Health.. Continue reading

Advanced diabetic retinopathy in the advanced stages of diabetic retinopathy.

The drops may sting slightly. The photographs are taken inside the eye – while photographs are taken to see the patient a few bright lights. The bright lights can be scary, but they are not painful. It is normal that some people disturb your vision, until the students returned to normal. During the eye exam, the doctor can determine if there are any:.. Advanced diabetic retinopathy – in the advanced stages of diabetic retinopathy, the blood vessels that can nourish the retina be blocked. The body tries to. Makeup for this by producing new blood vessels in the area These new blood vessels may become unstable and the clear, the clear, abnormalities center center of the eye, causing blurred and patchy vision obscured as leaky blood of the patient bleeding eyes.

Written by Christian Nordqvist Copyright by Medical News TodayDiabetic retinopathy is damage to the retina , particularly blood vessels in the retina complications of diabetes mellitus complications of diabetes mellitus. Diabetic retinopathy can eventually lead to blindness if left untreated. 80 percent of patients who were sick , suffer for at least 10 years under some degree of diabetic retinopathy. The retina is the light-sensitive membrane back of the eye back of the eye. Continue reading

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