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Standard Chemo Works Better Against Metastatic BRCA1/2 Breast Cancer Than Against Sporadic Tumors

The first study to investigate the effects of chemotherapy on metastatic breast cancer in women with the BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene mutation has shown that standard chemotherapy works better in these pat

'Threat' To Stage NHS Pay Award Angers Unite

An implied threat to stage the 2008/9 NHS pay award, if the unions don't back a three-year pay deal, has been strongly condemned by Unite. The warning comes from the NHS Chief Executive,

$5 Million Gift From Barbra Streisand Supports Women's Cardiovascular Research And Education

A bold new resource for women's heart health, The Barbra Streisand Women's Cardiovascular Research and Education Program at Cedars-Sinai, has been created with a philanthropic gift of $5 million.

HIV Incidence Rises In Minnesota

According to statistics released by the Minnesota Department of Health, 325 new cases of HIV were reported in Minnesota during 2007. The Minnesota AIDS Project, the leading source for HIV informat

New Studies Confirm Aptilon's Alternative Sales Channel Delivers Significant Prescription Growth For Pharmaceutical Companies

Aptilon Corporation (TSX-V: APZ), a leading provider of physician access through its innovative alternative sales and marketing channel, today announced that is has released two studies which demo

13 Specialty Health-Care Organizations Join Major Primary Care Physicians Groups To Endorse Joint Principles Of Patient-Centered Medical Home

More than a dozen specialty health care organizations joined the four major primary care physicians' professional groups to endorse the seven-point Joint Principles of the Patient-Centered Medical

A Phase II Study Of The Efficacy And Tolerability Of Lapatinib In Patients With Advanced Hepatocellular Carcinomas

Results of a phase II trial suggest that lapatinib, currently approved for breast cancer treatment, shows promise for stabilizing disease in patients with liver cancer. Lapatinib is well

'B' In ABC Method Is The 'Real Pillar' Of HIV Prevention In Uganda, Letter To Editor Says

Uganda's success in reducing its HIV rate from 21% to 6% from 1991 to 2002 is mainly due to the B in the ABC approach to HIV prevention, which stands for abstinence, be faithful and use condoms

Miami Herald Publishes Articles Ahead Of AIDS Walk Miami

The Miami Herald on Tuesday published several articles about HIV/AIDS ahead of

More Accurate Means Of Diagnosis And Monitoring Cancer Offered By New Technologies

Irregular molecules in the lining of the mouth, the saliva, the fallopian tube or the bladder can identify early stage cancer, according to research presented at the 2008 Annual Meeting of the Ame

Gestational Age Not Only Factor In Outcome Of Severely Premature Healthy Babies

Researchers at The University of Texas Medical School at Houston say a crucial decision on whether to give intensive care to extremely premature infants should not be solely based on the infant's

Half Of Europe's Workforce Remain Unprotected From Secondhand Smoke At Work

Less than a third of the European Union's Member States have introduced fully comprehensive smokefree legislation, three years after the world's first public health treaty on tobacco control - the

A Single Subjective Question Can Be An Effective Sleepiness Screening Tool

A single subjective (SS) question may be an effective screening tool for excessive daytime sleepiness, according to a study published in the April 15 issue of the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medi

A Mixed Set Of Results From 5-Alpha-Reductase Inhibitors And Reduced Prostate Cancer Risk

Compared to placebo treatment, taking 5-alpha-reductase inhibitors (5-ARIs) can reduce a man's risk of being diagnosed with prostate cancer from around 5-9% to around 4-6% during up to 7 years of

Shorter Radiotherapy Courses May Achieve Similar Reductions In Breast Cancer Relapse As Standard Regimens

Giving a lower total dose of radiotherapy, delivered in fewer, slightly higher-dose treatments over a shorter period of time is as effective as standard radiotherapy of a higher total dose deliver

'Nanodrop' Test Tubes Created With A Flip Of A Switch

Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have demonstrated a new device that creates nanodroplet test tubes for studying individual proteins under conditions that

Respiratory Health In Children With Asthma Affected By Air Pollution

WHAT: A new study reports that inner-city children with asthma may be particularly vulnerable to air pollution at levels below current air quality standards. The study, available online, analyzes

Peregrine Researchers Present New Preclinical Data At AACR Annual Meeting Confirming Unique Anti-Tumor Mechanism Of Bavituximab

Peregrine Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Nasdaq: PPHM) reported that preclinical studies being presented at the 2008 Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) confirm a uniqu

Wall Street Journal Examines How Health Care Sector Has Become 'Employer Of Last Resort'

Health care has emerged as the employer of last resort, as the number of manufacturing jobs declines nationally, the Wall Street Journal reports. According to the Journal

''Mobility In Motion'' Tour To Help 100 Million Disabled People Around The World

Free Wheelchair Mission is set to embark on a nationwide tour to benefit people with physical disabilities in poor and developing countries. Called Mobility in Motion, the tour will launch at Mari

EEG/EMG/Brain Function Monitoring Equipment Market To Reach 1.0 Billion Dollars By 2010, According To New Report By Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

Steep rise in obesity, cardiovascular, and autoimmune diseases drives the market for EEG diagnostic and monitoring equipment globally. Introduction of scientifically advanced digital EEG equipmen

American Cancer Society Awards Research Grants To 133 Investigators At 84 Institutions Nationwide

The American Cancer Society, the largest non-government, not-for-profit funding source of cancer research in the United States, has awarded 133 national research and training grants totaling more

Cancer Prevention: Stopping Cancer Before It Can Start

Tapping into a growing body of knowledge about the origins and progression of cancer, researchers are now developing and testing new preventive therapies to stop it in its tracks. At the 2008 Ann

PHC's Pivotal Research Initiates Largest Phase I Alzheimer's Disease Trial To Date For Major National Sponsor

PHC, Inc. (AMEX: PHC) d.b.a. Pioneer Behavioral Health, a leading provider of inpatient and outpatient behavioral health services and pharmaceutical research, reported that its Pivotal Research C

American Medical Association Calls For More Physician Training In Aging Care As Iom Releases Report

The Institute of Medicine's new report on caring for the nation's aging highlights the AMA's concern that the current health care workforce will not be able to meet the growing health care needs

Cartilage Repair Hope Offered By Stem Cells Tor Arthritis Sufferers

Research presented at the UK National Stem Cell Network Annual Science Meeting in Edinburgh could offer hope that bone stem cells may be harnessed to repair the damaged cartilage that is one of th

Massachusetts Health Insurance Connector Approves 10% Increase In Affordability Standards

The Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector on Thursday approved new rules that increase the monthly premium co

Oklahoma Senate Approves Omnibus Antiabortion Bill, Sends Measure To Gov. Henry

The Oklahoma Senate on Wednesday voted to approve a bill (SB 1878) that combines several previously pa

Biological Aging Is Seriously Postponed By Aerobic Fitness

By maintaining aerobic fitness through middle age and beyond, peoplecan delay biologican aging up to 12 years and prolong an independentlifestyle during old age, according to an analysis publis

Worldwide Research Archive Doubles In Size Since 2004

The Protein Data Bank this month reached a significant milestone in its 37-year history as the 50,000th molecule structure was released into its archive, joining other structures vital to pharmaco

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