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Idera Pharmaceuticals Announces Preliminary Data From Phase 2a Clinical Study Of IMO-2055 Monotherapy In Renal Cell Carcinoma

Idera Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Nasdaq: IDRA), today announced preliminary data from the first part of a Phase 2 clinical study conducted by the Company of IMO-2055 monotherapy in patients with metas

'From The Web To Human Diseases,' UH Talk Uncovers Network Similarities

Comparing such diverse networks as the Internet and the human cell, Albert-László Barabási explains the mathematical foundation behind what he calls the highly interconnected web of life. Bar

A New Look At Heart Disease

The latest innovative approaches to the diagnosis, therapy, and prevention of cardiovascular disease will take center stage at an upcoming international scientific symposium to be held in Bor

Johns Hopkins University Researchers To Clinically Assess Rosetta Genomics' MiRview(TM) Squamous Assay

Rosetta Genomics, Ltd. (NASDQ: ROSG), a leader in the development of microRNA-based diagnostic and therapeutic products, announced today the initiation of a clinical asse

Egalitarian Revolution In The Pleistocene?

Although anthropologists and evolutionary biologists are still debating this question, a new study, published in the open-access journal PLoS ONE, supports the view that the first egalita

'Health Effects Of Cellular Phones On Hold' - New Free Article From Clifford Law

A new article, 'Health Effects of Cellular Phones On Hold,' is now available free from Clifford Law Offices. The Chicago law office is attempting to educate the public with legal articles on their

$1.5 Million For Malnourished Children Around The World Possible - Your Vote In The American Express Members Project Could Help This Happen

International Medical Corps (IMC) has been voted into the Top 5 as part of the American Express Members

Ada Parry And Dr Samuel Heard Recognised With The Standing Strong Together Award In Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Health, Australia

Ms Ada Parry, a cultural educator from Darwin, Northern Territory, and Dr Samuel Heard, a GP from Rapid Creek, Northern Territory, have been awarded with The Royal Australian College of General Pr

UH Study Examines Ability Of Sweat Patches To Monitor Bone Loss

Some health assessments that are routinely carried out on Earth are not practical when the patients are free-floating astronauts on long space flights, such as missions to Mars or the Moon. A ne

'Beat Eating Disorders' Statement On Comments By Shadow Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles On John Prescott

Statement Released By Beat - The Leading National Eating Disorder Charity -On The Recent Comments By Shadow Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles On John Prescott: We are disappointed

Developing Countries Face Shortage Of Medical Workers Trained To Treat HIV/AIDS, Malaria, TB, Reuters Reports

Many developing countries are facing a shortage of medical workers -- leaving health care gaps in nations with high HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis burdens --

Some Top Cereals Aimed At US Kids Are 50 Per Cent Sugar

Based on nutritional value, a US consumer group found that 23 of the top 27 processed breakfast cereals marketed to children rated only good to fair, and that two of them, Kellogg's Honey Smacks

Perinatal Testicular Torsion: Preoperative Radiological Findings And The Argument For Urgent Surgical Exploration - A study conducted at the University of California, San Diego described two cases in which bilateral asynchronous perinatal torsion occurred when the only presenting abnormality afte

A Threat To Coral Reefs Multiplied? Four Species Of Crown-Of-Thorns Starfish

The crown-of-thorns starfish (COTS) Acanthaster planci, the most destructive coral predator, has devastated Indo-Pacific reefs for decades through mass outbreaks. Contrary to previous beliefs, Vog

Cytori Receives Key Patent For Its Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgery Product

Cytori Therapeutics (NASDAQ: CYTX) received U.S. Patent No. 7,429,488 (the '488 patent), which broadly protects the Company's Celution® System-based methods of generating adipose tissue-derive

Vitamin C Supplements May Reduce Benefit From Wide Range Of Anticancer Drugs

In pre-clinical studies, vitamin C appears to substantially reduce the effectiveness of anticancer drugs, say researchers at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.These new findings, pub

Self-Adjusted Dosing May Be The Best Treatment For Hay Fever

Hay fever, the often seasonal allergy that affects between 10 and 20 percent of the American population, is best controlled through a course of patient-adjusted dosing, according to new research p

UK Out In The Cold On Insurance Question Says Medical Defence Union

The Medical Defence Union, the UK's leading medical defence organisation, warned that the UK was in danger of being one of the last countries in the EU to persist with an outdated system of indemn

Way To Use Nanoparticles To Deliver Treatments To Injured Brain And Spinal Cord Cells Developed, Purdue University

Purdue University researchers have developed a method of using nanoparticles to deliver treatments to injured brain and spinal cord cells. A team led by Richard Borgens of the School of V

Bayer's Novel Anticoagulant Xarelto® Now Also Approved In The EU

The Bayer Group has achieved a major success in its product development: The European Commission has granted marketing approval for Xarelto® (rivaroxaban), a novel anticoagulant taken as one t

National Black Caucus Of State Legislators To Host 15th Annual Mental Health Conference

The National Black Caucus of State Legislators today announced it will host its 15th Annual Mental Health Conference to address the more pertinent mental health issues on both state and federal le

BMJ Group Appoints International Advisory Board

The BMJ Group, one of the world's most trusted providers of medical information for doctors, researchers, healthcare workers and patients, announces the launch of a new international advisory boar

Grants Will Fund 11 Translational Breast Cancer Research Studies

The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center has received nearly $19 million in grants from Susan G. Komen for the Cure® as part of that organization's new initiative to fast-track pro

Advice About Heart Tests Before ADHD Treatment

Stimulant medications like those often prescribed for children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) raise blood pressure and heart rate, and some drugs carry warning labels for pat

RCN: Quality Acute And Emergency Care Saves Lives

Commenting on the release of the Healthcare Commission report, Not just a matter of time - a review of urgent and emergency care services in England, Dr Peter Carter, Chief Executive & General Sec

CT Scans Change Treatment Plans In More Than A Quarter Of ER Patients With Suspected Appendicitis

CT scans change the initial treatment plans of emergency physicians in over 1/4 of patients with suspected appendicitis, according to a study performed at the University of Washington Harborview M

Psychiatric Participation In Interrogation Of Detainees

Psychiatrists are healers who should not participate in the interrogation of detainees: The American Psychiatric Association (APA) stands by this position in a letter to Secretary of Defense Rober

'Practise Makes Perfect' - Help For Children With Movement Difficulties

Scientists from the University of Leeds have developed a set of practical guidelines for use by teachers, childcare professionals and parents that will help pre-school children with co-ordination

26-Year-old Daughter Died Because She Feared Medical Cost

After my husband lost his job of 13 years due to outsourcing, we had to leave California, remembers Marlena Machol of Silver City, N.M.. Our daughter Elizabeth decided to stay at her job in Cal

'Action' Needed To Address, Treat Poverty-Related Infections Affecting Mostly Hispanic, Black Populations, Opinion Piece States

Poverty-related infections, which are ordinarily thought of as health problems in less-developed countries, have become a biological threat among the indigent across the U.S., Peter Hotez --

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