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Immune System Animations

Inflammation animations, immunodeficiencies animations

3d medical illustrations of inflammation and medical illustrations immunodeficiencies. Animation Studio located on the east coast will create top notch hi-res illustrations for the medical marketing community. Custom 3d medical simulations for medical device companies and trade show marketing. Power point medical animation can be produced.

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Baking soda: A safe, easy treatment for arthritis?
Baking soda is a kitchen staple and go-to home remedy for many conditions. But how and why might it help to treat inflammatory diseases such as arthritis?
Heart failure: Destroying gut bacteria could improve outcomes
In a new study, researchers demonstrate that immune molecules activated by gut bacteria could negatively impact cardiac health following heart failure.
How to beat psoriasis at its own game
Harnessing the power of immune cells, researchers create a compound that successfully treats psoriasis in mice. The innovative approach may also treat MS.
Added to chemotherapy, this drug doubles lung cancer survival
Adding immunotherapy to chemotherapy doubled survival in a trial of metastatic nonsquamous non-small cell lung cancer lacking EGFR and ALK mutations.
What is the difference between polymyalgia and fibromyalgia?
Fibromyalgia is a nervous system condition that causes widespread pain in the body. Attacks can vary in severity. Polymyalgia is an autoimmune condition that causes similar painful symptoms in the neck, shoulder, and hip muscles. Learn more about the similarities and differences between these conditions here.
Could this implant protect women from HIV?
A study suggests that a vaginal implant with drugs that keep T cells unresponsive and inaccessible to HIV may offer a new way to reduce transmission.
Breast cancer: Common drugs may halt post-surgery relapse
Some people develop early metastases following breast cancer surgery. New research sheds light on why that happens, and how it might be prevented.
How the brain's 'immune memory' may lead to Alzheimer's
A new study shows that the brain's immune cells retain a memory of previous inflammation, which causes them to react differently to toxic brain proteins.
Personalized vaccine fights off cancer in clinical trial
A groundbreaking new pilot study designs personalized tumor vaccines for people with late-stage ovarian cancer. The results are promising.
Blocking melanoma's 'escape route'
A new study finds that, as melanoma tries to evade treatment, it differentiates into four subtypes. Some of these are vulnerable to treatment.
'Good' cholesterol tied to higher infectious disease risk
High-density lipoprotein cholesterol is known to play a role in the health of the heart. Now, researchers suggest it could also affect the immune response.
Newly created compound boosts anti-cancer immunity
The results of a study that took years to conduct are finally in: scientists have devised a compound that can boost our immunity against cancer.
Why do I always feel sick?
Sometimes, people find they are always nauseous, run-down, or catching colds. They can feel sick with or without vomiting, while nausea may come and go or persist. There are many reasons why a person may always feel sick, including anxiety, stress, pregnancy, and diet. Find out more and about treatments here.
Can this biochemical 'switch off' inflammation?
Scientists uncover a new metabolic process involving a molecule called itaconate that blocks the production of inflammatory factors by macrophages.
Alzheimer's: This antibody may halt brain injury
A study shows how an antibody that targets the APOE protein halved brain levels of plaque in mice with Alzheimer's disease without harming APOE in the blood.
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