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Medical articles
Date: 21/04/2016

Vitamin A actually is a group of antioxidant compounds that play an important role in vision, bone growth and health of the immune system. They occur naturally in both plant and animal tissues. In general, there are two types of vitamin A, depending on the type of food source it comes from: Vitamin A from

Medical articles
Date: 13/04/2016

Your big toe deviates towards the others? A painful lump appeared on the front side of the foot? So, you have probably hallux valgus, commonly called “bunion”. This bone deformity, affecting one person out of fifteen, mainly women (90%) in their fifties, can be very painful and handicapping. And this on several levels. Indeed, an

Latest Technological Developments
Date: 05/04/2016

Your family history indicates a suspiscion for hereditary colorectal cancer? Genetic testing could be recommended by our specialists. Colorectal cancer (CRC) affects 1 in 20 people during their lifetime. An estimated 25% of all CRC cases present a familial clustering of the disease suggesting a contribution of genetic factors among other risk factors, while approximately

Latest Technological Developments
Date: 31/03/2016

MRI means Magnetic Resonance Imaging. The technique is not new, but being able to perform MRI on a fetus has only been possible relatively recently, due to technological advances that allow specialists to obtain images faster than ever before. Obtaining images quickly is important for fetal MRI, since the fetus moves constantly! Ultrasound remains the

Medical articles
Date: 23/03/2016

This problem that can affect fertility, concerns between 10 and 15% of women between the ages of 25 and 40. But it remains difficult to diagnose. Every month, because of hormones, the internal lining of the uterus, the endometrium, is transformed to accommodate an embryo. If there is no pregnancy, the endometrial tissue is eliminated:

Latest Technological Developments
Date: 17/03/2016

A new blood test using DNA from dying cells can detect diabetes, multiple sclerosis, pancreatic cancer, brain degeneration and other diseases, according to a new clinical research. This technique, which could open the path to a new diagnostic tool, is based on the specific genetic signature of tissues whose cells are dying as a result