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Bale puts an end to his ‘medical veto’ just one year later

Bale puts an end to his ‘medical veto’ just one year later

first_imgAt the time, the end suffered a grade 1 lesion in the left soleus, but far from it has been his only physical problem in 2019. Last October, the Chiringuito reported that Bale had asked Real Madrid not to publish his health status, based on the principle of confidentiality between doctor and patient. In this way, The Welshman was still unsubscribed without filtering the exact extent of his ailments. Now, that agreement has been broken between the parties to report the infection that Bale suffers and that will make him miss the Spanish Super Cup or, at least, the semifinal against Valencia. The reasons that caused this sudden change are unknown and if it will continue over time or, on the contrary, It will be anecdotal because it is a special competition, a long trip and a setback that does not affect your physical condition but an infection Of another character. Be that as it may, the attacker now suffers his 26th setback with Madrid and will not be present in the dispute of the first title of 2020 … In this way, the entity respected the decision of its footballer and, since then, he had not given any information about Bale’s physique. Last october some discomfort in the left floor had two games away from the pitch. In December, a edema in the left femoral biceps It also temporarily removed him from the group’s dynamics. On none of both occasions was anything known beyond that commented by Zinedine Zidane in the press room.center_img Gareth Bale will not travel to Saudi Arabia to dispute the Spanish Super Cup when he suffers an upper respiratory infection, as reported by Real Madrid in the medical part published on its website. The news has fallen by surprise, not only because of the unexpected decline of Welsh, but because the fact of publicly informing about your physical state, something that didn’t happen for exactly one year. Bale has broken his ‘medical veto’, although it is unknown if it is due to a disease and not because of a muscular problem or if, on the contrary, it will last over time.last_img read more

Some breast cancers can prevent their own spread

Some breast cancers can prevent their own spread

first_imgThe team also found that among 215 patients with breast cancer who were at a high risk of developing metastasis, those who had high levels of this immune response were more likely to survive than individuals who had a low level of the response.Study author Dr. Christine Chaer says the study provides a clue from the cancer itself about possible new ways to fight metastasis: Source:This article was originally published on Eurekalert, as a press release. By Sally Robertson, B.Sc.Aug 27 2018Reviewed by Kate Anderton, B.Sc. (Editor)A promising new study conducted by Australian and American researchers suggests that it may be possible to live with advanced breast cancer and not be diagnosed with metastasis. Image Credit: royaltystockphoto / ShutterstockAs reported in the journal Nature Cell Biology, a study involving animals and people showed that in advanced breast cancer, the primary tumor sends signals to the immune system that stop the growth of secondary tumors in other parts of the body.Cancer spread or metastasis is the most dangerous aspect of cancer, since the illness is much more difficult to treat once it has spread.The study found that in mice, the primary breast tumor can affect cells that break away from the tumor to form new tumors elsewhere in the body.The primary tumor triggers an inflammatory response that sends a signal to the immune system to release immune cells that locate the breakaway cells and “freezes” them to prevent a tumor growing. When breakaway cells are forced to remain in the transition state, they don’t grow very well and their ability to form a new tumor is severely compromised. So, remarkably, by activating the immune response, the primary tumor essentially shuts down its own spread.”Dr. Sandra McAllister, Co-Authorcenter_img Chaer and colleagues are now working to find out how the discovery could be used in the clinic to prevent the spread of cancer.They also hope to determine whether a similar approach can be used to stop other forms of cancer spreading. When these breakaway cells are settling, before they have established a new tumour, they are particularly vulnerable. Our goal is to work out how we can mimic this ‘freezing’ of secondary cancers, so that one day we might influence all breast cancers to keep their secondary tumours in check.”Dr. Christine Chaer, First Authorlast_img read more