The idea of ​​reducing the risk of Alzheimer’s disease through lifestyle changes has been questioned in the past, but there is now more and more evidence that this approach is feasible. This article is organized in a special report from Nature. Figure: The Mediterranean diet rich in olive oil may… Continue Reading How to prevent Alzheimer’s disease?

  About five or six years ago, the emergence of PD-1/L1 inhibitors triggered a burst of fanaticism in the field of cancer treatment, which can use the immune system to fight cancer by relieving tumor suppression of the human immune system. For a small number of patients, checkpoint inhibitors, including… Continue Reading “Three Great Mountains” for Tumor Immune Combination Therapy

Sildenafil, commonly known as “Viagra”, is a drug currently used to treat male erectile dysfunction. Because of its role in relaxing blood vessels, research has been used to improve the blood supply to the placenta of pregnant women to help the development of the fetus. However, at present, more than… Continue Reading Emergency stop! Pregnant women take Viagra to help the fetus, 11 babies die after birth

Recently, the latest research results published by Natural Microorganism magazine, some phage can infect the gastrointestinal flora, which may be related to inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Microbial communities have recently been a hot spot in inflammatory disease research, and an article published in May this year suggested that the intestinal… Continue Reading Nature Microbiology: Is phage virus the culprit causing inflammatory bowel disease?

In the eyes of chemists, nature is really amazing. Many complex natural products have good pharmacological activities, and people have always wanted to simulate the magical power of nature to synthesize these compounds. But for chemists, artificial synthesis is often extremely difficult due to the complexity of the structure of… Continue Reading Eribulin – Everest in the chemical synthesis world

“In the next few years, by targeting genomic variation, doctors will be able to cure a range of diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, diabetes, and cancer. In fact, we can now imagine that our grandchildren, cancer, A noun will become very strange to them.”   In June 2000,… Continue Reading Guide to non-medicinal protein target roaming

Yeast is indispensable in human production and life. From the food to the production of biological raw materials, this microbe is full of images. But in the same way, yeast can cause diseases in humans in some cases. Among them, Candida krusei is one of the five most common yeasts.… Continue Reading This high lethal yeast has been used to produce beer and bread.

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are currently the most widely used and most commonly used analgesic and anti-inflammatory drugs, including cyclooxygenase (COX) non-selective inhibitors and cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) selective inhibitors. Since the first synthesis of aspirin in 1898, NSAIDs have been listed on thousands of brands so far, which is “the king… Continue Reading Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs have an accident, combined with anticoagulants to increase the risk of stroke

The birth of Gleevec is legendary and very touching. To understand the birth of a drug, we must first understand the disease that this drug treats. Gleevec is a medicine for the treatment of chronic myeloid leukemia, but not many people understand it in the early stages. We all know… Continue Reading The silver bullet that shot the Werewolf: the wonderful story behind the birth of Gleevec

Glioblastoma is a common cancer in the central nervous system. Under normal circumstances, a variety of treatment methods including traditional treatments such as chemotherapy, surgery, and radiotherapy cannot effectively prolong the survival of patients. There are many reasons for this. Because the tumor is very invasive, and the function of… Continue Reading New Breakthroughs in Glioblastoma Treatment, Oncolytic Virus Therapy Shows Potential