If television news items on research disclose as much as our young celebrity would best project relating to life and would not be heroes and heroines models and scantily clad actresses or actors hairy chest, but men science, who spend the best years of his life concentrated in the laboratory to keep track of a track, a remnant hope … any small light that enables them to improve the quality of life of human beings in all corners of world. The recent times have been particularly fruitful in the field of medical research findings which augur the future with optimism, especially regarding the possibility of starting to get some wins against disorders, diseases and diseases affecting a large part of the population. One of the good news informs us that it was possible to observe the birth of new neurons in a living human brain. The emergence of new neurons is called neurogenesis and Scientists have been able to observe a spectroscope relying on high technology. The team has been in charge of the work is composed of professionals in the University Medical Center Stony Brook, Brookhaven National Laboratory and Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. With cautious optimism is expected that these observations are of great help to diagnose and even treat diseases like Parkinson's disease, senile dementia, Alzheimer's disease and multiple sclerosis. If all goes as expected could be achieved significant advances in neurology.
One could understand why brain tumors form new cells and even test new drugs that could induce the formation of new neurons. From other latitudes, Spain to be exact, medical science gives us other encouraging news, this time related to a transplant patient's trachea Colombia Claudia Castillo, who had blocked the portion of this body that was connected with his left lung . The procedure has characteristics of scientific achievement and was conducted by a group of specialists of the Hospital Clinic of Barcelona, which was guided by Dr. Paolo Macchiarini. Thanks to this happy event the medical community is thinking about the not very distant possibility that transplants are a resource used more often and bodies can be adapted to suit each individual. The news does not end there and will not end as the lights remain lit laboratories and has people working face to face fight against diseases and has resources to support them.
Perhaps we will soon have surprising news about nanotechnology resources to diagnose cancer without the annoying test today. The fight will be slow and humanity must be patient, have had the same scientists who will spend hours, days and weeks to work, although in some cases the results are not encouraging. But they go ahead and, while lights continue laboratory on, we hope to continue hearing the encouraging news about his findings. Rutto Alejandro Martinez is a renowned Colombian journalist and scholar whose articles are published on websites, newspapers and magazines in several countries. Recently he was awarded the Internet in modaidad. It is often invited to seminars and conferences in various cities. Contact him through mail and visit your page.