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Autism Research Benefits From Author Royalties Donated Following Publication Of Autism Book

Paul Offit, M.D., has announced that all author royalties earned from the sale of his new book, Autism's False Prophets: Bad Science, Risky Medicine, and the Search for a Cure, will be donated t

$8.6 Million NIH Grant Awarded To Center For Health Enhancement Systems Studies

The Center for Health Enhancement Systems Studies (CHESS) has been awarded a second grant from the National Cancer Institute, (NCI) a division of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), to contin

Fighting Neuroblastoma: VA Double-Barreled Immune Cell Approach

Adding an artificial tumor-specific receptor to immune system cells called T-lymphocytes that target a particular virus extended and improved the cells' ability to fight a form of childhood cancer

Remote Monitoring Technologies Could Shave Health Care Costs By $197 Billion; Broadband-based Applications Can Improve Care For Chronic Disease

The United States could cut $197 billion from its health care bill over the next 25 years by widespread use of remote monitoring to track the vital signs of patients with chronic diseases such as

Portola Pharmaceuticals Initiates Phase II Trial Of Betrixaban, Its Novel Oral Factor Xa Inhibitor For Stroke Prevention In Atrial Fibrillation

Portola Pharmaceuticals, a biopharmaceutical company developing innovative drugs that provide significant advances in cardiovascular and inflammatory diseases, and cancer, announced that it ha

Treating Osteoporosis After Hip Fracture

Most patients who suffer a hip fracture are referred to their primary care physicians for osteoporosis follow-up care. However, according to a study published in the November 200

No Surrender: The First UK Social Network For Young Cancer Sufferers

When Jason Boas was diagnosed at 33 with Pancreatic Cancer, and given less than a year to live, he discovered that he had become a member of the club that nobody wants to join. Unable to find a su

180 Days After Cyclone Nargis: Relief Efforts On Track But Support Is Still Needed

Six months after Cyclone Nargis hit Myanmar's Ayeyarwady Delta, relief efforts are on track but support is still required to bring medium to long-term solutions to children and their families, UN

NHS Security Awareness Month Initiative At Colchester Hospitals, England

Visitors to Colchester General Hospital and Essex County Hospital are being invited to take part in an NHS Security Awareness Month initiative. Displays will be held at both hospitals dur

Vigorous Exercise Protects Against Breast Cancer

New research from the US suggests that vigorous exercise cuts the risk of breast cancer in post-menopausal women and is particularly effective for women who are not overweight.The study

'Biology Of Cognition' - Fondation IPSEN

In a continuing series called Exciting Biologies Cell Press, Massachusetts General Hospital and La Fondation Ipsen collaborate to offer annual meetings designed to highlight emerging intersectio

'The Impact Of Neuroscience On Society' - Foundation Ipsen

Since 1988, Neuron has been at the forefront of publishing the most exciting research in all areas of the neurosciences. This meeting celebrated the contribution of all the authors, reviewe

A Useful Imaging Modality For Monitoring Treatment Response To Hepatocellular Carcinoma

TACE has been widely accepted as a choice of treatment for advanced HCC. CT perfusion is a non-invasive and reproducible technique for assessing perfusion changes due to TACE therapy for locally a

How Does Glycine Significantly Decrease Liver Injury?

The nonessential amino acid glycine has been shown to be anti-inflammatory in several animal injury models. Recent studies demonstrated that dietary glycine protected both the lung and liver again

HIV/AIDS Clinics In Zimbabwe Close When Doctors, Nurses Join Strike By Health Workers

Opportunistic infections clinics at three hospitals in Zimbabwe have closed after doctors and nurses joined a growing

UK Government Delays Put Patients At Risk, Says Mental Health Charity MIND

Patients who will be subjected to new compulsory powers under the Mental Health Act from today (3 November) face being denied access to critical support and protection, says mental health charity

ISSCR Highlights New YouTube Channel Providing Accurate Scientific Perspectives On Stem Cell Research

The University of Michigan launched a new channel on this week to highlight and share advances in stem ce

A Key To Aggressive Breast Cancer Discovered By UC Davis Researchers

In trying to find out why HER2-positive breast cancer can be more aggressive than other forms of the disease, UC Davis Cancer Center researchers have surprisingly discovered that HER2 itself is th

Professor Suggests Strategy For Alleviating Shortage Of Primary Care Clinicians

When it comes to primary care medicine, the U.S. is in both a quandary and a crisis, says a University of Virginia professor of medicine. On one hand, politicians are calling for measures to give

GAO Questions HHS Funding Of Abstinence-Only Programs Through 'Healthy Marriage' Initiative

The Government Accountability Office has called into question HHS' implementation of a $150 million-a-year Healthy Marriage and Responsible Fatherhood Initiative after finding that some recipients

44-County Study Of Breast Cancer In Black Women Launched By UNC Lineberger

A new study seeking to improve scientists' understanding of breast cancer, including why the disease's fatality rate is higher in African-American women, is getting underway in 44 counties in Nort

NHS Lagging Behind With IT, Says MS Trust, UK

The MS Trust welcomes a report from the Kings Fund that says the NHS is failing to make the most of technology that would make services more convenient for the public. Technology in the N

Unite Calls For 'Substantial' Pay Rise In Its Own Evidence To The Pay Review Body, UK

An immediate re-opening of talks on a substantial pay increase for NHS staff has been called for by Unite, the largest union in the country, in its own evidence to the Pay Review Body (PRB).

NHS Wales Chief Executive Ann Lloyd To Retire In March

NHS Wales Chief Executive Ann Lloyd has confirmed that she will retire at the end of March 2009 after serving the Welsh Assembly Government in this key role for eight years. She will step

'Timepiece' In Nature: UC San Diego Construct Genetic Clock

UC San Diego bioengineers have created the first stable, fast and programmable genetic clock that reliably keeps time by the blinking of fluorescent proteins inside E. coli cells. The clock's blin

2.4 Million Euros Awarded For Promotion Of The Healing Process After A Heart Attack

Prof. Stefanie Dimmeler, a researcher and director of the Institute for Cardiovascular Regeneration at Frankfurt's University Hospital has been awarded an 'ERC Advanced Grant' from the European Re

America On The Move's STEPtember Campaign Inspired More Than 17 Million Americans To Move More And Eat Less

America On the Move® Foundation Inc., a national nonprofit helping individuals, families and communities make positive changes to improve their health and quality of life, recently wrapped up

Waxman Sends Letter To HHS Stating That Conscience Rule Issued In Violation Of Federal Policy

House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chair Henry Waxman (D-Calif.) sent a

Perceptions Of Infidelity Vary By Gender

A new study in the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy explored how men and women perceive online and offline sexual and emotional infidelity. Results show that men felt sexual infidelity

A Potential Target For The Prevention Or Treatment Of Esophageal Carcinoma

Expression of Livin in fresh esophageal cancer tissues was detected by immunohistochemistry (IHC), Western blotting and reverse transcriptase-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR), VEGF by Its correl

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