Items Tagged ‘brain tissue’

The secret to fighting Zika could exist in our own immune systems

May 5, 2017

The secret to fighting Zika could exist in our own immune systems

By Tiare Dunlap tdunlap

Fourteen months after the Zika virus was declared a global health emergency, the long-term effects of the virus – and the neurological damage linked to it – are only now beginning to be understood. As Zika infections continue to spread, researchers around the world are working to expose the virus’ vulnerabilities. New research published  by […]

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Tags: 25-hydroxycholestrol, brain health, brain structure, brain tissue, Ebola, hepatitis C, HIV, immune system, immunization, UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center, Zika, zika virus


A new hope: Innovative options for patients with intractable epilepsy

November 16, 2016

A new hope: Innovative options for patients with intractable epilepsy

By uclahealth uclahealth

Patients with intractable epilepsy have seizures that are difficult to control with medication. These uncontrolled seizures are a serious health condition that be potentially life-threatening. But there is hope for patients with intractable epilepsy. The UCLA Epilepsy Program is a unique program that offers multiple approaches for treating patients, from traditional surgery to innovative nonsurgical […]

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Tags: brain tissue, clinical trials, Dr. Dawn Eliashiv, Dr. Jerome Engel Jr, Dr. John Stern, electrical abnormality, epilepsy, experimental drug tria, intractable epilepsy, laser thermal ablation, medication, minimally invasive