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Potential Reversal Of Leukemia By Silencing A Protein

Blocking the signals from a protein that activates cells in the immune system could help kill cells that cause a rare form of blood cancer, according to physicists and oncologists who combined com

New Web Site Devoted To Canine Heart Disease - A Leading Cause Of Death In Dogs

Heart disease is a principle cause of death in dogs, affecting more than 10 percent of all dogs and more than 60 percent of aged dogs. A new Web site devoted to this issue -

NHS Must Rise To Technology Challenge And Catch Up With Other Industries, Says The King's Fund, UK

The NHS is failing to make it more convenient for the public to receive the care they need, by not making use of everyday technology and innovation that consumers would welcome, say two new report

Still Waiting: Dari Taylor MP Pushes For Equal Access To NHS Fertility Treatment, UK

Dari Taylor, MP for Stockton South and Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Infertility, will put an amendment to the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill on 22 October, which seeks to

100th Hospital Scheme Opens Doors To Patients, UK

The 100th hospital scheme to be built under the biggest hospital building programme in the history of the NHS - St Helens Hospital in Merseyside - has admitted its first patients.

'Long Way To Go' In Fighting HIV/AIDS, Nobel Laureate Says In Opinion Piece

Despite the progress made in the fight against HIV since it was discovered in 1983, there is still a long way to go, Luc Montagnier, who recently

Aiming At Multiple Alzheimer's Proteins May Be Key To Success

An independent team of scientists is leading Alzheimer's disease research in a new, promising direction. Through a $1 million grant they received last year from Alzheimer's

Sleeping Gulls Monitor The Vigilance Behaviour Of Their Neighbours

Individuals in groups are often thought to scan their surroundings for predation threats independently of one another. However, foragers could monitor the vigilance level of their neighbours to pr

Test-Bed Project For New DNA Sequencing Technologies

Ten individuals, many of them world renowned researchers, reviewed - and in some cases released - partial coding region data of their genomes in the first phase of a major initiative to make perso

Identification Of Type Of Vaccine That Holds Promise In Protecting Against TB

Researchers are one step closer to finding a vaccine that better protects against tuberculosis. An investigational vaccine for TB tested at Saint Louis University appears likely to offer significa

Ruthenium In A Clinch

Amines are needed for the production of pharmaceuticals, fine chemicals, agrochemicals, plastics, dyes, pigments, and additives. Most important are compounds with a terminal amino group (-NH2), kn

Remicade(R) (Infliximab) Is More Likely To Induce Steroid-Free Remission And Mucosal Healing Compared With Azathioprine

Data presented today at the United European Gastroenterology Week Congress (UEGW) show that a significantly greater proportion of patients with moderate to severe Crohn's disease experienced stero

Physicians Favor Stem Cell Research; Disagree On Ethical Issues At The Heart Of The Debate

Physicians who generally favor advancement of stem cell research in terms of its actual or potential benefits don't always agree on the ethical issues at the heart of the stem cell research debate

How Social Ranking Affects Choice Behaviour

In the famous Dutch Post Code Lottery, the winning ticket is drawn on the basis of the post code. When the post code of somebody who didn't buy the ticket is drawn, this person is surrounded

Making A Good Anti-Leukemia Drug Even Better

A recently identified cancer-causing protein makes the anti-leukemia drug imatinib, less effective. By blocking the protein, an international team of researchers was able to slow the spread of leu

Third Eye(R) Retroscope(R) Improved Polyp Detection By Thirteen Percent

At the United European Gastroenterology Federation Annual Scientific Meeting in Vienna, Austria (UEGW Vienna 2008), world-renowned gastroenterologist Jerome D. Waye, MD, principal investigat

Nation's Economic Downturn Threatens Continuity Of Care For Chronic Conditions, USA

DMAA: The Care Continuum Alliance, responding to reports that many Americans are forgoing basic medical care in the economic downturn, today called for renewed vigilance in the fight against chron

Novice And Experienced Nurse Authors Honored By Urologic Nursing Journal At Annual Convention

Urologic Nursing journal presented its annual Writer's Awards for excellence in urologic nursing clinical scholarship at the Society of Urologic Nurses and Associates (SUNA) 39th Annual Con

Children May Be More Affected By Second-Hand Smoke Than Adults

A study presented at this year's Annual Meeting of the American Society of Anesthesiologists provides evidence that the carbon monoxide levels of children exposed to second-hand smoke are often si

Dr Piot To Head Imperial College's New Institute For Global Health

UNAIDS congratulates Dr Peter Piot on his appointment as the first Director of the new Institute for Global Health at Imperial College London. He will spearhead the institute's quest to find far-r

Who Should Be The Next Executive Director Of UNAIDS? The Lancet

At the end of the year, Peter Piot will step down as Executive Director of UNAIDS, the Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS and the largest organisation devoted to a single disease. He has been in the p

Grassley, Kohl Seek Information About Money Going From Medical Device Makers To Doctors, USA

Senators Chuck Grassley and Herb Kohl are continuing their campaign to shed light on financial relationships between the pharmaceutical and medical device industries and medical doctors. Today th

$32m Awarded To Monash For Health And Medical Research

Monash University has secured $32 million in the latest round of National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) funding - the University's highest ever NHMRC funding amount for the greatest

Fruit Fly Gene Enables Oxygen-Deprived Cell Survival

An gene has been identified in fruit flies that can helpoxygen-deprived cells live longer, according to an article released onOctober 17, 2008 in the open-access journal PLoS Genetics.

Identification Of Genetic Variants Predisposing To Early-Onset Asthma And Interacting With Environmental Exposure To Tobacco-Smoke In Early Life

A research consortium of French scientists has identified the effect of genetic variants that confer increased risk of early-onset asthma. This risk is further enhanced by exposure to environment

Validation Of The Fournier's Gangrene Severity Index In A Large Contemporary Series - Fournier's Gangrene (FG) has historically been defined as a fulminant necrotizing fascitis of the male genitourinary tract. However, a similar condition of the female perineum is c

Report Updates Information On Patient Safety, Quality Of Care; NEJMPerspectives Examine Presidential Nominees' Health Care Proposals;

2008 Update on Consumers' Views of Patient Safety and Quality Information,

New Skin Disorder Caused By Mobile Phones Discovered - 'mobile Phone Dermatitis'

Doctors are being warned to be alert to a new allergic skin disorder, caused by mobile phones, according to the British Association of Dermatologists. A new phenomenon called mobile phon

Counselling Preferred Over Medication - British Association For Counselling And Psychotherapy

People suffering from anxiety and depression prefer to receive counselling over medication because they feel it addresses their underlying problems and not just their symptoms. This is

'Transplant Tourism' Linked To Increased Acute Rejections And Infectious Complications

People traveling to other countries to receive kidney transplants experience more severe post-transplant complications with a higher incidence of acute rejection and severe infections, according

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