The U.S Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) announced a partnership with the National Cancer Institute today, which will provide veterans better access to cutting-edge cancer treatments and therapies.
It is a common misconception that when an experimental cancer drug makes headlines, it will be available to all who need it. In reality, clinical trials are only conducted on patients with the understanding of being part of research for which they may not benefit. Nevertheless, if you’re experiencing any symptoms or know someone else […]
Patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) who contract COVID-19 are not at increased risk of severe disease compared to people without IBD, new findings suggest.
There are many things that can cause anxiety these days. There are many professional and personal pressures in life and sometimes we need some help on how to cope. The team here at IMIC Medical Research always gives our patients advice on how to deal with their anxiety attacks. Here are a few of those […]
Before the Covid 19 Pandemic, a lot of people did not see medical research as an important part of medicine. After seeing how medical studies help society move forward with lower death rates and patients living their last years with a better quality of life, we all have a NEW respect for medical research and […]
Let’s face it, most people have negative thoughts about medical research! You will be happy to know that there are a lot of misconceptions and that there are in fact many benefits to participating in medical programs when it comes to research. Medical research is NOT a bunch of scientists performing testes on rats or […]
Unlike most organizations and industries, Medical Research did not have the luxury to stop working. Our office had to install procedures that would keep our staff and our patients safe as soon as late February. Let us note that our staff has always paid attention to procedures that would keep contamination from taking place at […]
Most anyone can develop Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) after a life-threatening event. It is estimated that about 7% to 8 % of the population will have PTSD at some point in their lives. It is important that we learn about how we can deal with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder or deal with a loved one who […]
The Coronavirus pandemic that was documented to have begun late last year has taken its toll on the psychological, physical and emotional health of every living individual worldwide. In current news there are 1,677,190 cases of the virus, deaths are at 101,559 and more than 372,403 people have recovered. Late last month in March governments […]
What you don’t know…WILL kill you! This is the case with NASH. NASH, a liver disease can progress to cancer and eventually kill the patient if not addressed and treated correctly and with time. It is important that we all know what NASH is and what our options are when we encounter a case of […]