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St. Jude scientist to lead NCI Pediatric Preclinical Testing Program

...near the time that they are entering evaluation in adults with cancer and before their possible initial evaluation in children. Several standard chemotherapy agents will also be tested in parallel in order to calibrate the PPTP tumor panels using agents of known clinical activity for specific tumor types. F...

New Crestor data in African-American patients with high cholesterol

...r a six-week dietary lead-in, 774 African-American adults with hypercholesterolemia were randomized to one of four open-label treatments for six weeks: CRESTOR 10 or 20 mg or atorvastatin 10 or 20 mg. Results showed CRESTOR 10 and 20 mg reduced LDL-C by 37 and 46 percent respectively compared with 32 and 3...

News briefs from the Journal CHEST, November 2004

...OMS OFTEN MISLEADING FOR ASTHMATICS One third of adults with asthma have gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), but many do not experience the typical symptoms of heartburn and/or regurgitation, a new study shows. Researchers from Tampere University Hospital in Finland looked at 90 asthmatic patients an...

ACE inhibitors not needed for many heart disease patients, according to new study

...f death in the United States. More than 13 million adults have coronary heart disease, putting them at increased risk for heart attack, sudden death, angina, heart failure, and stroke. Most patients with coronary heart disease, including heart attack survivors, however, do not have heart failure or ventricu...

Weight gain found to be harder on the heart than maintaining higher weight

...of cardiovascular risk factor development in young adults that is funded by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute....

Obesity linked to another cancer - leukemia in older women

...00 patients diagnosed annually; 90 percent of them adults age 65 and older. About 8,870 people with AML will...tance," Ross says. "Given that about 65 percent of adults in the United States are overweight or obese, the projection we can make from our study is that abou...

Study: Physical activity in middle age cuts risk of early death

... conditions, the reduction was 45 percent. And the adults in the study didn't have to run marathons to get t...ch was based on HRS data for non-institutionalized adults born between 1931 and 1941, which Richardson calls an excellent, broad data source that represents t...

NIH recognizes IU as leader in STD research

...r. The IU-based center focuses on research in both adults and adolescents, and includes researchers at IU and Northwestern University through a consortium agreement. The overarching theme of the center is to study the epidemiology, acquisition, prevention and pathogenesis of sexually transmitted infections ...

$2.8 million public-private partnership to examine how surroundings can encourage active lifestyles

... exception to the epidemic, 64 percent of American adults are either overweight or obese. Obesity, like most chronic health problems, is caused by complex interactions between genetic, environmental, and behavioral factors. The Surgeon General's "Call to Action to Prevent and Decrease Overweight and Obesi...

White physicians slower to prescribe HIV medications for African-Americans than for whites

...United States from 1996 to 1999. Participants were adults who made regular visits to their HIV doctors. The researchers studied a group of patients of which 61% were white with white doctors, 32% were African-American with white doctors, 6% were African-American with African-American doctors, and less than ...

Gene mutations responsible for childhood cataracts discovered

...le Zhang admits the surgery to remove cataracts in adults and children has become highly refined with low rates of complication, the best option he says is still prevention-especially outside of the United States. "Cataract surgery has come a long way in the past 20 years. But, they are still the leadin...

A key to pregnancy-associated malaria

...uts both mother and developing child at risk. Most adults living in malaria-endemic locations have antibodies in their circulation that protect them from repeated infection by blocking the ability of parasite-infected cells to lodge in blood vessels. But during pregnancy, placental cells display a unique m...

Research news from the AGA

...al screening compliance in the United States among adults ages 50 and older is 40 percent--a figure that could increase to as much as 55 percent upon full implementation of the screening method. However, mass implementation of virtual colonoscopy for colorectal cancer screening is limited by several factor...

Gambling among adolescents and young adults associated with psychiatric problems

CHICAGO Adolescents and young adults who gamble are more likely than nongamblers to hav...n gambled legally in the past year. Although most adults gamble responsibly, about 9 million are classified as problem gamblers and another 3 million as path...

Majority of cigarettes in the US smoked by nicotine-dependent or psychiatrically ill persons

...d colleagues used data from interviews with 43,093 adults living both in and out of group homes to examine nicotine and other drug use in conjunction with psychiatric disorders. The interviews were part of the 2001-2002 National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions (NESARC). Study particip...

Nicotine dependence & psychiatric disorders

...e provides the first national estimates among U.S. adults of the prevalence and co-occurrence of nicotine dependence and a broad array of other psychiatric disorders including alcohol and drug abuse and dependence, mood and anxiety disorders, and personality disorders as defined by the American Psychiatric ...

Socio-economic factors sway African-Americans

...pointed high rates of smoking among Black American adults and sought to reduce those rates through multidisciplinary and culturally appropriate programs aimed at both smoking prevention and cessation. King notes that such programs need to be continued if smoking rates among Black and White Americans alike a...

Blood transplants may be more harmful than bone marrow transplants in pediatric leukemia patients

...n blood. This approach has been proven safe among adults and children, and is widely used. An accompanying editorial by Donna A. Wall, MD, of the Texas Transplant Institute in San Antonio, underscored the need for a prospective study designed to assess PBSC and bone marrow transplantation in pediatric pati...

Lower level of education can impede reovery in elderly after hospitalization

... significantly impair functional recovery in older adults after a hospital stay, Yale researchers report in ...ternal Medicine at Yale School of Medicine. "Older adults have less physical and psychological reserve to recover, so it is especially important for clinician...

Workplace smoking bans help smokers cut back, says study

...national Congress of Behavioral Medicine, apply to adults between the ages of 20 and 64, regardless of age, sex, occupation, education or income. The results were not affected by work stress, depression or attempts to quit smoking within the past 12 months. Stephens says the data ( http://www.otru.org ) ...

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