Blog Archives from October 2010

New Uses For Botox Discovered By British Scientists

A new refinement technique that improves Botox and expands its uses for pain management and treatment of neurological diseases was recently discovered by British scientists at the Medical Research Council’s Laboratory of Molecular Biology. The technique, which essentially involves joining and rebuilding Botox molecules, may also improve the production process for Botox-based medicines, including the… click to continue reading

Radiation Therapy After Breast Reconstruction Causes Higher Complication Rate, Study Finds

The September issue of Archives of Surgery featured two recent studies performed at American universities that offer helpful insight to mastectomy patients considering breast reconstruction in Houston. The study found that complications more likely to occur in patients who undergo breast reconstruction immediately following mastectomy, and radiation treatment for breast cancer following breast reconstruction can… click to continue reading