Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is a commonly occurring bacterial infection affecting approximately thirty percent of women of reproductive age in the United States. BV is linked to the spread of HIV … Continue Reading Microbiome therapy protects against recurrent bacterial vaginosis.
After gaining the earth-shattering diagnosis of cancer, the majority of patients are often put through harrowing and contentious radiotherapy and chemotherapy treatments. Chemotherapy treatment, in particular, may seriously compromise a … Continue Reading First baby is born from a frozen, lab-matured egg.
The female biological clock is constantly ticking down with the quality of a woman’s eggs directly related to her ability to have a baby and her level of fertility. A … Continue Reading Researchers reverse the reproductive clock in mice.
Depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide, affecting more than 300 million people globally. This disorder is characterized by persistent sadness and a loss of interest in activities, accompanied … Continue Reading Gender-distinct circuit for depression identified in mice.
Cervical cancer is a cancerous growth situated at the entrance of a woman’s womb, otherwise known as the cervix, mainly affecting sexually active females aged between 30 and 45. According … Continue Reading Link identified between cervical microbiome and cancer.
Now, researchers at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre have identified a link between the BRCA1 gene mutation and lower levels of a hormone that is an indicator of the number of … Continue Reading Gene mutation implicated in cancer also linked to lower fertility in women.
In humans, the surgical removal of an ovary or ovaries is most often performed due to diseases such as ovarian cysts or cancer, or in conjunction with hysterectomy. In the … Continue Reading 3D-printed ovary bioprosthesis restores fertility in mice.
Results of the EORTC10085/TBCRC/BIG/NABCG International Male Breast Cancer Program conducted in both Europe and in the United States and presented at the 2014 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium found significant … Continue Reading Study finds that male and female breast cancers differ genetically.