Last year in September before the beginning of one of the most severe flu season in history, Medicago, a biotech Company from Canada initiated phase 3 of the flu vaccine clinical trial. This vaccine was primarily manufactured from tobacco plants, and the Canadian company is looking prove that its unique method of production will reduce the time it takes to make vaccines—and that it will also be more efficient.
Medicago has been relentless in its efforts to revolutionize the flu vaccine but has been facing challenges due to the wily nature of the virus. The major issue with flu is how quick it mutates. This characteristic allows it to transform into other subtypes of the same virus thus becoming resistant to the vaccine. Moreover, the company wishes to do away with the slow method of growing flu vaccines in eggs which according to studies increase the tendency of the virus used in the production process to mutate thus distancing it from the circulating strains.
Vaccine experts at Medicago are determined that their technology will produce a vaccine that can spot and destroy circulating viruses (even when they undergo mutation). The scientists are using “virus-like particles” that are similar in structure …
Many women justify various ways to get the shape of sexy breasts. Starting from silicone injections to plastic surgery or implants.
Though doing breast augmentation dc through implant techniques have negative and harmful effects. However, despite the need for long procedures and processes and have the effect of complications still many women do breast implants.
Before deciding to implant, you should first know the facts about breast implants, as quoted from the page Shine:
1. Not lasting forever
According to the FDA, if undergoing a breast implant technique (silicone or surgery), you may need additional surgery within 10-15 years. This may be due to possible complications such as asymmetric breast size problems, wrinkles, and so on.
2. It is difficult to detect any symptoms of breast cancer
Some types of silicone implants can make it difficult to detect cancer at a mammogram regularly. Some studies estimate, 30 percent of tumors will be difficult to find in women who perform surgery.
Of course, if you have an implant, this is no reason to miss a mammogram at all. If forced to do an implant, find a doctor who can help you detect cancer effectively even if it has been implanted.