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AACR applauds NCI initiative on nanotechnology

...ason, the American Association for Cancer Research applauds the new initiative announced today by the National Cancer Institute to harness the power of nanotechnology in the fight against cancer. "Nanotechnology can serve as an effective complement to approaches including proteomics and bioinformatics that...

As obesity skyrockets, Joslin Diabetes Center urges action to stem the tide of type 2 diabetes

...dustry partner for prevention." Dr. Kahn applauds the federal government for making its obesity campaign a priority. But much more can be done. "More restaurants both fast food and fancy food -- should re-examine their offerings as McDonald's did last week when it announced plans to eliminate its ...

ASH presents advocacy awards to Sen. Dianne Feinstein and Claude Lenfant, M.D.

...rt, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI). The Society applauds Sen. Feinstein for her leadership in the Senate on medical research and patient care related issues and is pleased to honor her achievements with the 2003 ASH Award for Public Service. Established in 1997, this Award is presented annually by the Soc...

Eastern Europe urged to prepare now for growing threat of HIV resistance

...John Bowis, OBE, Member of the European Parliament applauds the Ministry of Health in Poland for taking a pro-active lead in the fight against HIV and drug resistance: "The growing problem of HIV resistance is a serious issue which all members of the EU have a responsibility to manage. We must commit to shar...

Green, black tea extracts found to lower cholesterol

...and foods made with plant stanols, he said. Maron applauds the process by which the extract was evaluated. "The present study represents the first step in establishing the practicality, safety and LDL-lowering ability of this tea product," Maron said. While pleased with the initial outcomes, he recommends ...

ASM statements on FY 2001 federal budget proposal: NIH, CDC, NSF

...he nation at the forefront of biotechnology." ASM applauds increases for public health infrastructure needs a...ing for CDC emerging infectious diseases The ASM applauds the Administration's proposed $20 million increase in FY 2001 for the Centers for Disease Control an...

Fetuses Destined For Abortion May Be Used To Test Gene Therapy

... it to benefit from thetherapy?" Nevertheless, she applauds Anderson for having the courage to initiatesuch a controversial debate. "We're in the early stages and we'll visit theseissues again and again," predicts Mickleson. Author: Philip Cohen, San Francisco New Scientist issue 10th October 1998, p.5 PLEASE...

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