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Latest Technological Developments
Date: 30/04/2019

Genetic testing has made huge progress in preventive medicine. These blood tests are very reliable and now patients have the possibility to know whether they are at a certain level of risk concerning illnesses like: Certain types of cancer Cardiac diseases High cholesterol predisposition Neurology – Epilepsy And more and more If the results show

Medical articles
Date: 12/04/2019

A woman of 50 years old came to us with a diagnosis of cervical dysplasia of grade 3 made in her country.  Her doctors there were quite dramatic and already talking about uterus cancer. Taking into account that she was already in her 50’s they were pushing for a hysterectomy. She was hesitating quite much

Medical articles
Date: 08/04/2019

It’s important to remember that we have evolved from nomadic ancestors who spent all their time moving around in search of food and shelter, travelling large distances on a daily basis. Our bodies are designed and have evolved to be regularly active. Physical activity or exercise can improve your health and reduce the risk of

Medical articles
Date: 01/04/2019

Iron in your red blood cells carries oxygen to all your body’s cells. If you don’t have enough iron, your red blood cells won’t be able to supply enough oxygen. But you also must be careful not to have too much iron, that could damage your body. And ferritin? What is it? Ferritin is the

Medical articles
Date: 26/03/2019

Meet Marina Drozd and Nicolas Stucki, cofounders of Incorpore Medical Center. They created their company in 2004 because they wanted to offer the best care available in Switzerland for foreign patients. At that time, they realized that foreign patients were interested to come to Swizterland for medical care for different reasons: Second opinion No trust

Date: 21/03/2019

Women who smoke cigarettes prematurely age their faces by about 10 years. A mechanism of tobacco-induced skin aging is impaired collagen synthesis. Tobacco also stimulates enzymes that degrade skin collagen. Another proven way to destroy collagen is exposure to ultraviolet radiation, be it from the sun or tanning beds. Each year, adults lose about 1%