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Professor Xavier Cathelineau

PROFESSOR XAVIER CATHELINEAU, THE MEDICAL EXCELLENCE OF MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY The Minimally-invasive surgery is more and more practiced. It is based on new medical imaging techniques to cause the least damage possible to the patient during...

Professor Marc Barthet

PrOFESsoR Marc BARTHET, Minimally Invasive Abdominal Surgery  Professor Marc Barthet  is a specialist in Gastroenterology and Stomach cancer at the AP-HM Marseille Hospital. In January 2014, he led the team of Gastroenterology service that reconstitutes...

The proton therapy

The Proton therapy is a technological advance in cancer care The proton therapy is radiation therapy using proton beams. This radiotherapy technique allows treating rare tumors such as those of the eye (essentially Uveal melanoma) or that of the skull...

Professor Alain Carpentier

Professor Alain Carpentier, The Pope of Cardiology Professor Alain Carpentier has made a significant contribution to cardiology in general and more particularly to heart valve surgery and heart failure. "The Pope of cardiology", thus named him his peers....

Professor Hugues Duffau

THE PROFESSOR HUGUES DUFFAU BRING THE SCIENCE TO ANOTHER LEVEL AT CHU OF MONTPELLIER Since 1996 Professor Hugues Duffau has imposed in the whole world his amazing technique of removing brain tumors without sleeping patients. A technique significantly...

Virscan test

Virscan TEST is a blood test that promises to revolutionize the immunologic test Virscan test has revolutionized the medicine. Today, when we pass a blood test, immunological tests can detect in the serum traces of one virus or of a bacterium at a...

Professor Jean-Noël Argenson

THE medical TEAM OF PROFESSOR JEAN-NOËL ARGENSON rewarded for their expertise in Orthopaedic Surgery The award “John Insall Award” who is of a pioneering New Yorker orthopaedic surgeon who contributed extensively to the advancement of total knee...

Staying young from the inside as well as outside ... the solution is the Anti-Aging check-up!!

Being old but still young is the dream of all people today. This innovation aims to improve the quality of life by helping to detect and prevent decline of the human organism from health problems and diseases that could appear within time. The goal of...

Alzheimer

Fighting Alzheimer’s is possible A new study appearing in the Journal of Neuroinflammation suggests that the brain’s immune system could potentially be harnessed to help clear the amyloid plaques that are a hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease. Scientists...

Cell therapy

The French challenge “off-the-shelf” succeed to defeat “Juno” Cell therapy is therapy in which cellular material is injected into a patient; this generally means intact, living cells. For example, T cells capable of fighting cancer cells via...

Tarceva therapy

TARCEVA THERAPY, medicine FOR LUNG CANCER A new revolutionary therapy could be a changing point in medicine “ Tarceva therapy ”.  It is a targeted therapy classified as an epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) inhibitor - protein-tyrosine kinase...

Diabetes treatment

NEW DIABETES TREATMENT TYPE ONE INVOLVES IMMUNE SYSTEM Diabetes is usually referring to a group of metabolic diseases in which a person has high blood sugar. Common types of diabetes Diabetes mellitus type 1, a form of diabetes mellitus that results...

Artificial heart

In France, the second artificial heart operation has been done The second artificial heart operation in France has been done recently for a 69-year-old man who prefers to be anonymous. His operation has been well done and it was a successful one. The...

Immunotherapy treatment

immunotherapy treatment could be the next big investment One of the most promising long-term investment opportunities could be a cancer treatment known as immunotherapy. What is cancer immunotherapy treatment? Immunotherapy treatment is used to...

Breast cancer

New treatment to resist against breast cancer A new treatment could help people to get rid of breast cancer because of its different specifications, as it is not known to respond well to treatments that harness the immune system could be revealed with...

Arthritis could be treated

Arthritis could be treated Currently, there is no cure for rheumatoid arthritis, but it can be controlled. A new approach that targets drugs directly to affected joints while avoiding side effects shows promise in mouse studies. First, what is Rheumatoid...

Implantation of bionic eye

Implantation of an Argus bionic eye at the CHU of Strasbourg For the first time in France, a blind patient was implanted with an Argus II bionic eye by the team of professors Hélène DOLLFUS and David GAUCHER at the CHU of Strasbourg, followed by two...

The Intrabeam technology

The Intrabeam technology, 15 years later… how far have we gotten? The Intrabeam technology which arrived in France in 2009 is regarded as a revolution in the research field for healing breast cancer. It is an intra operative radiotherapy that sends...