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March 14th, 2016 by admin

FASM2 – Immunology article

Voici un document contenant des éléments de réponse pour l’article :

Wang, Peng, et al. “Evaluation of Diagnostic Value in Using a Panel of Multiple Tumor-Associated Antigens for Immunodiagnosis of Cancer.” Journal of immunology research 2014 (2014).

February 26th, 2016 by admin

Varicella article Q&A

You can downlad the four page document with suggested answers using this link.

February 23rd, 2016 by admin

Commentaire exemple

Voici un exemple de commentaire court pour vous aider à voir ce qu’on attend de vous pour le dossier de lecture d’article d’orthophonie en 4ème année.

[Stahl, Benjamin, et al. "How to engage the right brain hemisphere in aphasics without even singing: evidence for two paths of speech recovery."Frontiers in human neuroscience 7 (2013).]

 

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February 8th, 2016 by admin

Coffee & Ischemic Stroke Dossier

Voici un dossier type pour l’article

Mostofsky, E., et al. “Coffee and acute ischemic stroke onset The Stroke Onset Study.” Neurology 75.18 (2010): 1583-1588.

N’hésitez pas à me signaler d’éventuelles erreurs.

 

February 1st, 2016 by admin

FASM1 – dépôt de dossiers

Les permanences pendant lesquels vous pourrez déposer vos dossiers se tiendront dans la salle centrale du département de langues aux dates suivantes :

Vendredi 1 Avril 8h30 à 12h00

Lundi 18 Avril 8h30 à 12h00

Si vous avez un empêchement pour ces dates vous pouvez confier votre dossier à un de vos camarades qui signera à votre place.

December 4th, 2015 by admin

FASM2 : Skin Aging Questions

Voici le document contenant quelques éléments de réponse aux questions sur l’article étudié.

Skin Aging Article : Questions & Answers

November 25th, 2015 by admin

L2 SPS – Traduction 3

Doubt cast over the effectiveness of e-cigarettes for stopping smoking

A group of 16 American experts claims that there is no evidence that electronic cigarettes can be recommended as a way to quit smoking.

Tobacco kills half of those who smoke it, and accounts for almost 6 million deaths per year worldwide.  Anything goes when it comes to quitting: nicotine substitutes (patches, gum, tablets, inhalers), drugs, behavioral and cognitive thearapy, or even alternative medicine.  ”But what about e-cigarettes?” you might ask.  The 16 experts on the US Preventive Service Task Force, an American group working on prevention in public health, will tell you that there isn’t enough evidence to show that these devices are effective for stopping smoking.

American Guidelines

The experts came to this conclusion after analysing the results of over fifty studies about the effectiveness of the various methods for smoking cessation.  They published their synthesis a few days ago as a set of recommendations for health professionals.  In it the scientists stress the lack of proof concerning the effects of e-cigarettes and do not recommend their use.

“There are hundreds of studies on the subject, but only 3 are randomized, and therefore the most reliable.” explained Jean-François Etter, a professor of Public Health at the University of Geneva.  ”In a randomized study patients are randomly assigned to one of two identical groups, and in just one of them electronic cigarettes are used.  This allows us to prove causality between e-cigarette smoking and cessation.”

In their view, only two methods are effective for curing addiction to smoking.  The first is medication, using varenicline (commercially sold as Chantix or Champix), buproprion (an antidepressant called Zyban) or nicotine substitutes.  The second is cognitive and behavioral therapy, whch is recommended in particular for pregnant women as a way to avoid the possible side effects of medication on foetal development.

In France

The French tobacco addiction prevention service (Office français de prévention du tabagisme, or OFT) has noted that the commercial success of e-cigarettes coincides with a fall in cigarette sales (-7.6% at the end of 2013) and a reduction in the use of traditional methods of giving up.  In a statement published last year the OFT states that “e-cigarettes are a lot less harmful than traditional cigarettes” and that “replacing tobacco smoking with e-cigarettes can reduce health risks”.  Since 2014 the national health authority has also been recommending to doctors not to discourage the use of e-cigarettes for people who wish to give up smoking.

Despite the prudence of the authorities, the e-cigarette is viewed by many smokers as an alternative to tobacco.  A study of 15000 people carried out in 2014 by the national institute for health prevention and education showed that more than 80% of vapers said that e-cigarettes had enabled them to reduce their tobacco consumption, on average by 9 cigarettes each day.

November 20th, 2015 by admin

FASM2 – Red Bull Questions & Answers

Voici un pdf contenant des éléments de réponse.  N’hésitez pas à me signaler toute erreur éventuelle.