Microbiologist, Dr. Keith Fowke has been involved in serious study and research to discover vaccination against HIV. His travel to Nairobi in the year 1988, to study some Kenyan sex-trade workers who managed to stay away from the deadly virus, led him to believe that those women were “naturally immune”.
According to the annual report in 1988, there were more than 5,000 new kidney failure cases in Canada; the new reports from the Canadian Institute for Health Information, however, have found out that there were more than 36,000 Canadians living with kidney failure at the end of 2008, increase of 57 per cent since 1999.
The decoding of opium poppy by Canadian researchers has lead to comparatively less costly mass production of the present pain killers which are sold at high prices. Morphine is the most demanded pain killer throughout the world.
The researchers at Canada's University of Calgary have found that opium poppy allows it to make codeine and then morphine painkiller.
Loss and grief are emotions felt by families and caretakers of Alzheimer's patients. While the patients lose control of their mental and physical faculties, caregivers are often left feeling helpless and desolate.
A new research project in Campbell River is focusing on helping caregivers deal with these emotions and offers free coaching to those in need.
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