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Biota Holdings Limited (ASX:BTA) Commences Human Rhinovirus Phase IIa Clinical Trial

Biota Holdings Limited (ASX:BTA)(PINK:BTAHY) announced the commencement of dosing in the first Phase IIa challenge study of BTA798, an orally delivered and potent inhibitor of human rhinovirus (HR

454 Sequencing System Used To Determine The Complete Neanderthal Mitochondrial Genome, Establishing When Humans And Neanderthals Diverged

Researchers led by the Max-Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany have published the complete Neanderthal mitochondrial genome sequence. The mitochondrial genome was ge

Meeting Highlights From The Paediatric Committee, 29-31 July 2008 - European Medicines Agency (EMEA)

Opinions on paediatric investigation plans adoptedThe Paediatric Committee (PDCO) adopted positive opinions on paediatric investigation plans (PIPs)for the following medicines:

Tumor Markers For Urothelial Carcinoma - Despite continued downward trends of smoking incidence in the United States over the last decade, the incidence of bladder cancer continues to rise with an estimated 68,800 new case

Renal Stone Disease: Treatment For The 21st Century - Renal calculus disease is one of the most ancient afflictions of mankind and remains a common cause for both office and emergency room urologist's visits. Approximately one of eight

Olympics For The Brain At United Nations

The Olympics in China may be testing the physical capabilities of athletes from the United States, Europe, Asia and Russia, but what about their brain power? The fourth annual Brain Health, Smi

ADHD - The Essential Guide, New Bood

Does your child have frequent temper tantrums? Are they always fidgeting, running around screaming or falling over? Perhaps you teach a child like that. If so, the chances are there's not

Massachusetts Faces $13.3B In Unfunded Retiree Health Care Costs, According To Report

Massachusetts faces an estimated $13.3 billion in unfunded retiree health care costs over the next three decades, according to a report by a commission studying the issue, the

USAID Provides Assistance To Togo Flood Victims

The U.S. Government, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), is providing an initial $50,000 to the Togolese Red Cross for the provision of emergency relief supplies to t

Fresh Hope For Malaria Vaccine By Piggy-Backing It Onto Viruses

Scientists have found a new method for delivering a malaria vaccine using the cold and pox viruses which could hold the key to success in combating the disease. There is currently no ef

APTA Applauds Introduction Of Veterans Physical Therapy Services Improvement Act

The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) applauds the recent introduction of HR 6792 Veterans Physical Therapy Services Improvement Act of 2008 by Representatives Stephanie Herseth Sandli

'NewsHour With Jim Lehrer' Examines HIV/AIDS Cases In Black Communities, Highlights Washington, D.C.

PBS' NewsHour with Jim Lehrer on Tuesday reported on the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the Washington, D.C.

Canada Commits $45M To Fighting HIV/AIDS In Africa, Health Minister Clement Says At AIDS Conference

Canadian Health Minister Tony Clement on Monday at the XVII International AIDS Conference announced that Canada will commit $45 million to fig

Risk Of HIV Transmission From Heterosexual Intercourse Could Be Underestimated, Study Finds

The standard method for assessing risk of HIV transmission through heterosexual intercourse could be flawed, according to a study published in the Lancet Infectious Diseases and pres

Anti-HIV "Drug Cocktails" Equally Effective In Patients With Or Without History Of Injection Drug Use

Highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) has been extremely effective at slowing the progression of HIV infection to AIDS as well as extending the lives and improving the quality of life for t

Erectile Dysfunction And The Prostate: What Are The Connections? - Prostate cancer is the leading malignancy in American men and causes more than 60,000 deaths annually. Treatment of prostate cancer with either surgery, radiation therapy, cryothera

Student Project Address Access To Healthcare For Underserved

In a journal article released August 1 students and faculty at UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School discuss the success of a service learning project created and operated by medical students i

Experimental Chemotherapy Regimen Shows Promise In Treating Advanced Lung Cancer

A combination of chemotherapy agents that have been tested in other tumor types appears to be a promising alternative to standard treatment for advanced non-small cell lung cancer, according to a

Cough Affects Lives In Different Ways

Cough is a symptom of many respiratory diseases; however, a new study shows that chronic cough may affect quality of life differently, based on a patient's disease. Researchers from Irela

Exercise Pill Is No Replacement For Exercise

Recently, researchers at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, a research organization focused on biology and its relation to health, published a study in the journal Cell on the results of a

The School Bully -- Does It Run In The Family?

A shove, a taunt or name-calling on the playground or in the hall, away from the eyesight, earshot and authority of the teacher - childhood bullying can involve physical contact, spreading rumors

EFPIA Statement On Animal Rights Extremism (ARE)

A clear distinction should be made between ARE and the peaceful, legal activities conducted by the majority of animal rights organisations. Animal rights extremists want animal research to stop wh

'Growing Belief' Among Men In Swaziland That Circumcision Provides Complete Protection Against HIV, IRIN News Reports

There is a growing belief among some men in Swaziland that circumcision provides complete protection against HIV -- a perception that is concerning nongovernmental organizations working to comb

Parents Will Be Told If Their Children Are Overweight

From September this year, parents of children who have been weighed and measured at school could automatically receive their child's results in a bid to get parents to be more aware about h

Anthrax Scientist Was Planning To Kill Co-Workers Therapist Told Court

Dr Bruce E Ivins, the 62-yar-old US biodefense scientist who was reportedly going to be charged with killing five people by mailing them letters containing finelly milled anthrax spores in 2001,

American Cancer Society Study Finds High Use Of Complementary Methods Among Cancer Survivors

A new study from researchers at the American Cancer Society finds many cancer patients use complementary and alternative methods, most often prayer, relaxation, supplements, meditation, and massag

An Odd Pair Important For Cartilage Formation: Sox9 And P54nrb

New data, generated in mice by Riko Nishimura and colleagues, at Osaka University Graduate School of Dentistry, Japan, have provided insight into the formation of cartilage, a process that is know

"Convenience" Of Screening Mammography Facilities Plays Major Role In Patient Retention

Patients cite convenience to home or work as the main reason they changed mammography facilities, according to a recent study conducted by researchers at the University of Cincinnati Medical Cen

35% Gas Price Hike 'Holes' NHS Pay Policy 'Below Water Line', UK

Unite calls for the immediate reopening of pay talks - The staggering 35 % British Gas price hike has dealt 'a deadly blow' to the government's policy to hold NHS pay below the rate of inflation f

All Aboard For Rehabilitation Lecture With Dr Nick Carter, UK

On 9th September 2008 medical professionals are invited to Southampton for a PGEA accredited education event aboard Lord Nelson, an impressive 55 meter tall ship that is also fully accessible, g

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