Erythropoietin

Total Saponins of Panax Ginseng Induces K562 Cell Differentiation by Promoting Internalization of the Erythropoietin Receptor

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Ginseng is a commonly used herbal medicine with a wide range of therapeutic benefits. Total saponins of Panax ginseng (TSPG) is one of the main effective components of ginseng. Our previous studi...

Anti-Anemia Drugs for People with Cancer or Kidney Failure Under FDA Scrutiny

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The article reports on the initiative of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to call a special meeting of its Oncologic Drugs Advisory Committee to review new data about anti-anemia drugs...

Circulation and Cellular Oxygenation

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The article discusses the practice of blood doping by athletes to gain a competitive edge. Blood doping increases the oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood, which also elevates the aerobic respir...

Integrated Brain Restoration after Ischemic Stroke -- Medical Management, Risk Factors, Nutrients

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Integrated Brain Restoration after Ischemic Stroke -- Medical Management, Risk Factors, Nutrients, and other Interventions for Managing Inflammation and Enhancing Brain Plasticity

Brain injury from ischemic stroke can be devastating, but full brain restoration is feasible. Time until treatment is critical; rapid rate of injury progression, logistical and personnel constrai...

No-win situation for athletes

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German sprinters Katrin Krabbe and Grit Breuer never made it to the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain. United States hammer thrower Jud Logan and shot putter Bonnie Dasse went but were sent home early.

Also sent home from the Olympics were Wu Dan, a Chinese women's volleyball player; Madina Biktagirova, a Unified Team marathoner; and Andrew Davies and Andrew Saxton, both British weight lifters.

All tested positive for banned drugs, but, surprisingly to some fans, none of the drugs were anabolic steroids.

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