Endocrinology and the Military: How Being on the Frontline Affects Women
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  September 12, 2018  
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 Endocrinology and the Military: How Being on the Frontline Affects WomenEndocrinology and the Military: How Being on the Frontline Affects Women
 
Sqn Ldr Robert M. Gifford from the University of Edinburgh discusses the latest endocrinological research from the front line, and what his talk will cover at Medical Innovation 2018.
 
   Standard hypothyroidism treatment inadequate in controlling crucial aspects of the conditionStandard hypothyroidism treatment inadequate in controlling crucial aspects of the condition
 
What if the standard treatment for hypothyroidism--insufficient thyroid hormone--is inadequate in controlling some crucial aspects of the condition? That's the provocative question asked, and answered affirmatively with objective data, in a study led by a Rush researcher presented this week in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.
 
   OHSU professor conducts clinical trial with artificial pancreas using Xeris' liquid glucagonOHSU professor conducts clinical trial with artificial pancreas using Xeris' liquid glucagon
 
Xeris Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a specialty pharmaceutical company leveraging its novel technology platforms to develop and commercialize ready-to-use injectable and infusible drug formulations, announced today that Jessica Castle, M.D.
 
 Pancreas' network of enzyme ducts resembles formation of rivers
 
Pancreas' network of enzyme ducts resembles formation of riversWith methods used to analyze road systems and rivers researchers from the University of Copenhagen have studied the formation of the pancreas' network of ducts transporting digestive enzymes in mice.
 
 
 New study describes effect of radiation exposure on hormone deficiency in children
 
New study describes effect of radiation exposure on hormone deficiency in childrenIn a new study, University of Cincinnati researchers, in collaboration with Massachusetts General Hospital, have detailed the effect of radiation exposure on the development of hormone deficiency in pediatric and young adult patients treated for brain tumors.
 
 
 Study investigates whether fresh or frozen embryo transfer is best for women undergoing IVF
 
Study investigates whether fresh or frozen embryo transfer is best for women undergoing IVFThe world's first baby born via in-vitro fertilization turned 40 years old this summer. Still, after four decades, IVF is a relatively new field with ongoing debate on how to get the best results for families who have placed their hopes -- and often their personal savings -- into fertility treatment.