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"Molecular Imaging: Build On The Past, Define The Future" Meeting In New Orleans, La., June 16, 2008

SNM hosts 55th Annual Meeting of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Research to be held June 14 -18, 2008, at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, La., with more than 4,000 of

Australian Full Federal Court Upholds Basic Lipitor Patent, Preventing Launch Of Generic Ranbaxy Product

Pfizer Inc said that the Australian Full Federal Court in Victoria has upheld on appeal the exclusivity of its basic patent covering atorvastatin, the active ingredient in Lipitor. The ruling, the

Louisiana Nursing Home Owners Likely To File Lawsuit Against State For Lower Medicaid Rate Increase In 2009, Health Official Says

Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals Secretary Alan Levine on Friday said that the state likely would face a lawsuit from nursing

American Nephrology Nurses' Association Honors Beth Ulrich For Outstanding Service

The American Nephrology Nurses' Association (ANNA) has awarded Beth Ulrich, EdD, RN, FACHE, FAAN, with the association's highest honor, the Outstanding Contribution to ANNA Award. Ulrich, s

Diagnostic Tool Provides Additional Therapeutic Treatment Guidance For Third Deadliest Form Of Cancer

Genzyme Genetics announced that it now offers KRAS mutation testing for colorectal cancer. The Genzyme assay, now validated in colorectal cancer and other solid tumors, evaluates a patient's tumor

NicOx Completes Patient Enrollment In Third Naproxcinod Pivotal Phase 3 Study

NicOx S.A. (Euronext Paris: COX) announced the completion of patient enrollment in the third pivotal phase 3 clinical trial for naproxcinod, in patients with osteoarthritis of the hip (the 30

Carrying Common Genetic Mutation Associated With Lung Cancer

A common genetic disorder that has previously been linked to lungdisease may also put its carriers at a 70%-100% increased risk of lungcancer, according to an article released on May 26, 2008 i

"Hot Races" Reiterate Precautions For Marathon Runners

Healthcare professionals have found more direct correlations between hot temperatures and higher numbers of marathon casualties, according to information presented during a session at the Ameri

1 Small Step For A Lab Science, 1 Green Leap For Mankind

Environmentally friendly is not a phrase normally used to describe a chemistry lab. But thanks to a groundbreaking discovery at Tel Aviv University, the chemical industry is a step closer to bei

Heart Doctors Don't Follow Guidelines For Treating Patients; Pre-operative Statins Reduce Deaths

2 separate studies reveal new findings on: Adherence to guidelines, and the best evidence so far that pre-operative statins reduce the risk of death and other complications after surgery

Exercise Cuts Cancer Deaths In Men

Men who exercise often are less likely to die from cancer than those who don't, new research published in the British Journal of Cancer* revealed yesterday. A team of scientists fr

"Berlin Memorial Plaque" For American Geneticist Hermann Joseph Muller

The American geneticist and Nobel Prize laureate Hermann Joseph Muller (1890 - 1967) was commemorated today with a Berlin Memorial Plaque in a dedication ceremony at Campus Berlin-Buch. The plaq

5 Tips To Increase HDL Cholesterol

Thanks to powerful cholesterol-lowering statin drugs, driving down low-density lipoprotein (LDL), or bad cholesterol, has been the primary approach to improving cholesterol levels. But there's m

Estrogen Helps Drive Distinct, Aggressive Form Of Prostate Cancer

Using a breakthrough technology, researchers led by a Weill Cornell Medical College scientist have pinpointed the hormone estrogen as a key player in about half of all prostate cancers.Es

Higher Cancer Risk For Those With Gum Disease

Whetherthey are smokers or non-smokers, people with gum disease have a higheroverall risk of cancer, according to an Article published on May 27,2008 in The Lancet Oncology. G

NACDS Urges House And Senate To Reject Durable Medical Equipment Competitive Bidding Proposals To Help Ensure Patient Access To Pharmacy

The National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) submitted comments to key members of the House and Senate requesting they reject any proposals that would expand the durable medical equipment

650,000 People With Diabetes Are Not Taking Their Tablets, UK

More than 650,000 people with Type 2 diabetes are risking long-term health complications because they are failing to take their prescribed medication. In the UK, around one million people

Many Baby Boomers Incorrectly Believe They Are Protected Against The Risk Of Disability

Many baby boomers incorrectly believe they have disability income protection, according to a new survey conducted by Harris Interactive® on behalf of America's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP).

''Asthma Clinic On Wheels'' Travels To Aquarium Of The Pacific

The Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) will send two of its BreathMobiles(R) to the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach on Saturday, May 31, to provide free asthma screenings, educati

Impact Of Pelvic Lymphadenectomy On Disease-Free Survival After Radical Prostatectomy: A Multicenter Study - Extended pelvic lymphadenectomy (PLND) increases the yield of both total and positive lymph nodes (LN). Studies have also demonstrated that up to 40% of all LN metastasis are locali

HIV Patients Suffer More From Osteoporosis

Following the introduction of HAART (Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy), the survival and quality of life for people infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV-1) have increased in the

Enzyme For Ubiquitin-dependent Protein Degradation Linked To Cellular Senescence

A new study, published by Cell Press in the journal Molecular Cell, identifies a pivotal role for the CUL7 E3 ubiquitin ligase in growth control. The research makes an exciting new connecti

'Missed' Biochemical Pathway Emerges As Important In Virtually All Cells

A new study by Duke University researchers provides more evidence that the nitric oxide (NO) system in the life of a cell plays a key role in disease, and the findings point to ways to improve tre

Prostate Cancer Blocked In Animal Study By Experimental Agent

An experimental drug has blocked the progression of prostate cancer in an animal model with an aggressive form of the disease, new research shows.The agent, OSU-HDAC42, belongs to a new

Bipartisan Effort Needed To Meet Demand For U.S. Health Reform, Letter To The Editor States

Former Rep. Dick Armey (R-Texas) in a recent Wall Street Journal opinion piece is

HHS Receives More Than 30 Applications For Electronic Health Records Pilot Program

HHS has received more than 30 applications from communities that seek to participate in a Medicare pilot program that uses electronic health record

High Blood Pressure Patients Urged To Use Home Monitors

A panel of US experts said yesterday that patients with high blood pressure should be regularly measuring it at home to help them and their doctors manage the disease.The advice was publ

QRxPharma Releases Additional Phase 3 Data For Q8003IR 'Dual Opioid' Pain Therapy

QRxPharma Limited (ASX: QRX), a clinical-stage specialty pharmaceutical company focused on the development and commercialisation of therapies for pain and central nervous system (CNS) disorde

New Survey Reinforces Link Between Asthma And Allergic Rhinitis, UK

The latest Ipsos MORI* Asthma UK survey, this year part funded by Merck Sharp & Dohme Limited, found that over two thirds (67%) of the 1,235 respondents diagnosed with asthma also suffered from sy

Bio Washing Powder Rashes A 'Myth'

Washing powders cleared of causing rashes, reads the headline in The Daily Telegraph yesterday. The newspaper describes a study that claims the idea that biological washing powders can

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