Contact: Riya V. Anandwala email@example.com 314-977-8018 Saint Louis University ST. LOUIS – Extract taken from an Asian vegetable may have therapeutic qualities to treat head and neck cancer, a Saint Louis University researcher has found.
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ST. LOUIS — Enhanced extracts made from special antioxidants in spearmint and rosemary improve learning and memory, a study in an animal model at Saint Louis University found. “We found that these proprietary compounds reduce deficits caused by… Read More ›
Contact: Riya Anandwala firstname.lastname@example.org 314-977-8018 Saint Louis University ST. LOUIS – Opioid analgesics, or prescription-based narcotic pain killers, have long been known to reduce pain, but reports of adverse effects and addiction continue to surface. Now, a team of investigators… Read More ›
2010 study posted for filing Contact: Nancy Solomon email@example.com 314-977-8017 Saint Louis University Early Saint Louis University research points to promising area of research IMAGE:Ratna Ray, Ph.D., professor of pathology at Saint Louis University, found bitter melon extract inhibited the… Read More ›
Interferon does not slow or halt the progression of chronic hepatitis C and advanced liver disease in patients who haven’t responded to previous attempts to eradicate the disease, a national study in which the Saint Louis University School… Read More ›