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'Not Surprising' That HIV/AIDS In U.S. Is 'Worse Than Officials Had Expected,' Opinion Piece Says

The HIV/AIDS epidemic in the U.S. from the beginning has been wrongly filtered through shifting public and political views that tried to focus blame or susceptibility on populations of people

Indian Matrimonial Web Site Helps HIV-Positive People Find Partners

An Indian Web site launched last year by government employee Anil Kumar Valiv aims to help HIV-positive people find partners

Statins Not Linked To Higher Risk Of ALS Says FDA

A new analysis by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) of data from over 40 clinical trials did not show a link between statins, drugs used to lower cholesterol, and higher risk of amyotroph

150 Specialists Attended The Annual Meeting Of The European Technology Platform On Nanomedicine (ETPN)

The annual meeting of the working groups of the European Technology Platform on Nanomedicine (ETPN) took place in the headquarters of

20th Annual Scientific Symposium Of The Cardiovascular Research Foundation Oct. 12-17, Washington, D.C.

Data from ground-breaking scientific trials of new interventional techniques and devices will be released at TCT 2008 - Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics - the global annual scientific sym

EVAR Offers Better Results Than Open Repair In High Risk Patients

Endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR) yields better results than open surgical repair (OSR) in high risk patients with similar costs, according to a one-year trial study which appears in the October

New Investigational "Liquid Cigarette" Smoke Cessation Product Achieves 71 Percent Quit Rate

Several months ago, 52 smokers embarked on an FDA-approved, 12-week clinical study of a new smoke-cessation device called Smoke-Break. The results of the study were released today with 71 percent

OrthoView™ Launches Version 5.2 - Additional Spine Module Features

OrthoView™, the global leader in orthopaedic planning solutions, today announced the release of its latest version 5.2

CAMBfix - Funding For Device Which Improves Fracture Care

There are over four thousand wrist or ankle fractures every day in US and Europe. The cost is not just the medical treatment involved but the loss of quality of life. An improved way to treat the

Deafness Research UK Excited About Gene Therapy Breakthrough

Deafness Research UK Research Advisory Panel member, Professor Guy Richardson, praised the work as a technical tour de force, and very convincing proof of the principle that gene therapy could, a

British Veterinary Association President Nick Blayney's Presidential Address - BVA Congress 2008

One of the roles of the President of any organisation is to ensure that the interests of the members are being upheld and to examine what is being done on behalf of the members. I look back with

Introduction Of The Quality FIRST Act, Response By Premier Healthcare Alliance, USA

Statement by Blair Childs, senior vice president of public affairs, Premier healthcare allianceThe Premier healthcare alliance commends Representative Jason Altmire (D-PA) for introducing

The World Of General Practice Comes To Melbourne

The contribution that general practice, with an international flavour, makes to our health system will be in the spotlight this week at the combined Wonca Asia Pacific Regional Conference/ The Roy

Partial Breast Radiation Focus Of New Cancer Study

According to the American Cancer Society, 40,000 breast cancer deaths are expected nationwide this year, with 1,400 here in New Jersey. It is those statistics investigators at The Cancer Institute

'The Future Of Public Health' Launch Of The Royal Society For Public Health'

On Tuesday 23rd September over 350 guests helped celebrate the birth of the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) at a prestigious afternoon event at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaec

'Light' Cigarettes Versus Regular Cigarettes

For decades now, cigarette makers have marketed so-called light cigarettes - which contain less nicotine than regular smokes - with the implication that they are less harmful to smokers' health. A

Senate Unveils Second Economic Stimulus Bill That Would Provide Additional Federal Medicaid Funding; House Also To Consider Stimulus Measure

Senate and House Democrats have prepared separate proposals for a second economic stimulus package that include additional federal funds for Medicaid and other programs, CQ Today rep

'Open Cancer Surgery Set To Become A Thing Of The Past'

The surgeon's knife is playing an ever smaller role in the treatment of cancer, as it is replaced by increasingly efficient and safe radiation therapy techniques. Progress in radiation technology

IDM Pharma Provides Update On Mifamurtide (L-MTP-PE) Regulatory Status Following September Meeting Of European Committee For Medicinal Products

IDM Pharma, Inc. (Nasdaq: IDMI) announced that it met with representatives of the Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) and Secretariat of the European Medicines Ag

Guided Therapeutics, Inc. Announces Completion Of Subject Enrollment Of FDA Pivotal Clinical Trial

Guided Therapeutics, Inc. (GT) (Pink Sheets: GTHP) today announced completion of its U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) pivotal clinical trial for its

A Promising Anti-Cancer Compound

New approaches in cancer therapy that facilitate selective targeting of cancers have been emerging in recent years. Apoptin represents a new anti-cancer tool in such new approaches with great pote

Digitizing Hospitals Is Not An Option, It Is A Matter Of Time - Frost & Sullivan Briefing

Frost & Sullivan will host a live briefing on Tuesday, September 30, at 3:00 PM EDT to provide industry participants an overview of a recently published study focused on digitizing p

"PEACE Of Heart" Campaign Comes To Metro Washington To Help Fight Heart Disease Epidemic Among Minorities

The PEACE of Heart campaign came to Washington, D.C. and Maryland, launching a third prev

Is CA19-9 A Good Marker Of Pancreatic Cancer?

The prognosis of pancreatic cancer is extremely poor and early diagnosis is difficult. At the time of diagnosis, local vascular involvement, nodal and distant metastases are frequently present. Cu

$9 Million Committed To Bolster Worldwide Measles Initiative

The Measles Initiative announced today $9 million worth of donations from the Vodafone Foundation-United Nations Foundation Technology Partnership, Merck & Co, Inc., the Kessler Family Foundation

We Learn Differently From 12 Years Onward

Eight-year-old children have a radically different learning strategy from twelve-year-olds and adults. Eight-year-olds learn primarily from positive feedback ('Well done!'), whereas negative feedb

Pigs Bred With Cystic Fibrosis Provide Model To Mimic Human Disease

Cystic Fibrosis (CF) continues to be a lethal disease for humans despite the identification of the problematic gene two decades ago. Many humans born with CF - the most common genetic disease in C

Discovery Offers New Understanding Of Diabetes Drug Target

Scientists at the University of Leicester have published findings about a new advance in the study of major diabetes drug target. The advance - described by the researchers as 'very significant' -

Breast, Ovarian Cancer Prediction Models More Accurate For White Women Than Asian-American Women, Study Finds

Two widely used prediction models for identifying a woman's risk for breast and ovarian cancer appear to be less reliable for Asian-American women compared with white women, according to a study

11 Steps For Preventing Superbug MRSA Infections In MRI - New Video Released On Superbug Infections In Radiology

Peter Rothschild, M.D., Radiologist and MRI expert with input of infection control experts from the Joint Commission, has released an 11 step checklist for use in preventing Superbug infections i

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