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Colon Cancer Screening Key To Prevention, Increased Survival

Colon cancer screening is a tough sell. It's icky, uncomfortable and the thought of a colonoscopy, especially the prep, can be intimidating, to say the least. But here's what clinches

Adult Glioblastoma: Strategies, Challenges, And Opportunities

Glioblastomas are the most common and most malignant type of glioma. Healthcare professionals face many challenges in the treatment of glioblastoma as therapy remains largely palliative, and me

Body Mass Index Higher Among Bariatric Surgery Patients With Two Genetic Variations

The combination of two obesity-related genetic variations may be associated with an increased body mass index (BMI) among severely obese patients undergoing bariatric weight loss surgery, accordi

5 Million Dollars Gift Names USC Norris Cancer Center's Day Hospital

A philanthropist, businessman and long-time supporter of USC's cancer treatment initiatives, Larry Freeman has donated $5 million to the USC/Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center. Keck School of M

USC And Childrens Hospital Los Angeles Researchers Discover A Way To Enhance The Growth Of Stem Cells From Umbilical Cord Blood After Transplantation

Researcher-scientists at The Saban Research Institute of Childrens Hospital Los Angeles have discovered a way to dramatically enhance the growth of stem cells from umbilical cord blood after trans

Medtronic Commends World Health Organization For Spinal Fracture Risk Tool

Medtronic, Inc. (NYSE: MDT), a leader in technology for treatment of spinal conditions, salutes the World Health Organization (WHO) for recently releasing a fracture risk tool that validates the

DrThom And Terrence Higgins Trust Launch THT By Post, UK

Online medical service DrThom has teamed up with HIV and sexual health charity, Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) to offer a range of sexual health tests and treatments by post (

ASCO Launches New Template To Document Chemotherapy Treatment And Survivor Care For Cancer Patients

The American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) has expanded its tools to improve documentation and coordination of cancer treatment and survivorship care by developing a generic chemotherapy t

'Inspiring' Person Centred Dementia Care, UK

'Inspiring' a new Alzheimer's Society publication, aimed at shining a light on leadership in dementia care is released recently. Setting out 10 key beliefs, which go to the heart of perso

Prevent Malaria By Netting Mosquitoes

Michigan State University scientist Ned Walker is taking on one of the biggest killers in the world - malaria. And he believes he can help win the battle to save lives, especially the lives of chi

Beyond The Abstract A Functional Study Of Purinergic Signalling In The Normal And Pathological Rabbit Corpus Cavernosum - Adenosine-triphopshate (ATP) acts as an extracellular signalling molecule via specific receptors (P2-purinoceptors) and urological research has largely focused on its actions in the

Time To Initiation Of Pentosan Polysulfate Sodium Treatment After Interstitial Cystitis Diagnosis: Effect On Symptom Improvement - Is Pentosan Polysulfate More Effective When Administered Early In Disease Course?In 2005, Nickel and colleagues reported the results of a company-sponsored dose ranging tri

St. Jude Researchers Believe Molecular Science Could Further Improve Leukemia Survival

The dramatic increase that has occurred in the cure rate for children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) will be difficult to replicate in older patients without considerable additional resea

Maryland House Approves FY 2009 Budget That Reduces Stem Cell Research Funding

The Maryland House of Delegates on Wednesday voted 105-34 to approve a fiscal year 2009 budget that reduces funding for the state's stem cell research program to $15 million, the

Genetics Research In Zebrafish Has Potential To Reduce Birth Defects In Humans

By injecting a customized genetic patch into early stage fish embryos, researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis were able to correct a genetic mutation so the embryos

Hepatitis B Foundation Testifies Before Congressional Appropriation Committee And Urges More Federal Funding For Hepatitis B

Hepatitis B Foundation President Dr. Timothy Block testified about the public health challenge of chronic hepatitis B before the Congressional Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and H

62% Of Africans Remain Without Access To Proper Toilet - Poor Sanitation Threatens Public Health

Sixty-two per cent of Africans do not have access to an improved sanitation facility -- a proper toilet -- which separates human waste from human contact, according to the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitor

QResearch Supports Largest European Project For The Early Detection Of Adverse Drug Reactions

QResearch - a not-for-profit partnership between EMIS and the University of Nottingham - is supporting the first large scale European-wide initiative to detect adverse drug reactions (ADRs) - the

Key Strategies Can Protect Youth From Sexual Abuse

The numbers speak louder than words: There are over 83 pregnancies per 1,000 adolescents in the United States, compared with 10 in Japan and 12 in the Netherlands. However, according to a recent a

NICE Launch Two More New Guides To Support Effective Commissioning Of Services, UK

The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) has today (20 March 2008) published a further two new commissioning guides to help the NHS in England effectively commission eviden

Hispanics With Artery Buildup Have Greater Risk Of Vascular Events Than Blacks, Whites, Study Finds

Hispanics who have just a small amount of plaque buildup in a particular artery in the neck are up to four times more likely than others with clear arteries to have or die from a stroke, heart at

Sleep Deprivation Used To Diagnose Sleepwalking

Somnambulism (sleepwalking), which usually involves misperception and unresponsiveness to the environment, mental confusion and amnesia about sleepwalking episodes, affects up to 4 percent of adul

New Imaging Technologies To Stop A Deadly Killer

To develop new strategies to control tuberculosis (TB), a contagious disease that infects one-third of the world's population and kills almost two million people every year, the University of Pitt

'Internet Of Things 2008' - Discussing The Reach Of The Internet To The Real World

Anatomy of tomorrow's InternetETH Zurich, with the Auto-ID Labs at the University of St. Gallen, and MIT (US), will bring together for the first time leading researchers, visionar

'More Vigorous' Leadership By Black Public Officials Needed To Fight HIV/AIDS Within Black Community, Opinion Piece Says

Although the HIV/AIDS epidemic has taken hold in black America, the disease can be prevented and sent packing, Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C.) writes in a

African American Women Less Likely To Reduce Drinking During Pregnancy

New Saint Louis University research found that although white women are more likely to drink or binge drink prior to pregnancy, African-American women are less likely to reduce drinking during pre

Hispanics With Clogged Arteries At Greatest Risk Of Stroke, Heart Attack

Hispanics who have even a small amount of plaque build-up in the neck artery that supplies blood to the brain are up to four times more likely to suffer or die from a stroke or heart attack than H

Asthma Medicines Often Not Prescribed As National Guidelines Recommend

More than a decade after national guidelines were issued for asthma treatment, some patients still don't receive prescriptions for the inhalers that experts say offer the safest and most effective

Poniard Pharmaceuticals Announces Clinical Data From Picoplatin Oral Phase 1 To Be Presented At The American Association Of Cancer Research Meeting

Poniard Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Nasdaq: PARD), a biopharmaceutical company focused on oncology, announced that preliminary data from a Phase 1 trial of an oral formulation of picoplatin in pat

New Study Reports That Physical Therapy Treatment Resolves Symptoms Of Urinary Incontinence In Women

A study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine (March 18, 2008) reports that pelvic floor muscle training, in conjunction with bladder training, resolved the symptoms of urinary inconti

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