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New study of first successful targeted therapy for breast cancer launched; Thousands of volunteers sought

...tage breast cancer. Up to 600 institutions on five continents may participate in the clinical trial through the Breast Cancer International Research Group (BCIRG), a global network that spans 35 countries, 850 medical centers and involves 1,500 clinical investigators who test new therapies for breast cancer. Th...

Experts announce global antimicrobial resistance initiative - World preview of the Global White Paper on bacterial resistance in respiratory tract infections - a call for concerted international action

...ciplinary group of world-renowned experts from six continents including infectious disease specialists, microbiologists, epidemiologists and the International Alliance of Patients Organisations (IAPO). The paper was presented during a symposium officially supported by the Infectious Disease Society of America (...

'Bird brains' take heart-our feathered friends are no slouch at cognition

...ged animals, is navigation. Able to migrate across continents year after year, and to remember numerous landmarks, birds must have some special component in their brain that endows them with such superior navigating skills-or so believe Kamil and Verner Bingman, of Bowling Green State University. Certain birds,...

EUROCARE3 publishes new childhood cancer survival figures

...pe, survival was generally similar between the two continents although Europe had significantly lower survival rates for neuroblastoma and Wilms' tumour (a type of kidney cancer). Dr. Gatta stressed that the purpose of EUROCARE3 was not to establish league tables but to estimate the range of survival figures an...

1st data show CRESTOR highly effective at lowering LDL-C in patients with type 2 diabetes

...ry approvals in more than 50 countries across five continents and has been launched in over 40 countries worldwide, including 13 European markets, the US and Canada. Over one million patients have been prescribed CRESTOR and more than two million prescriptions have been written worldwide. The post-marketing e...

ISSIR launches The Journal of Sexual Medicine with Blackwell

...ed guidelines developed by over 200 experts from 6 continents during the Second International Consultation on Sexual Dysfunctions in Men and Women, which was sponsored by the International Consultation on Urologic Diseases (ICUD). The Journal of Sexual Medicine will disseminate preeminent, peer-reviewed resear...

CRESTOR leads in 1st international prospective study of statins in the metabolic syndrome

...ry approvals in more than 60 countries across five continents and has been launched in over 45 countries worldwide, including 13 European markets, the US and Canada. Over 2.8 million patients have been prescribed CRESTOR and more than 8 million prescriptions have been written worldwide. The post-marketing exp...

Outstanding efficacy of Crestor (TM) in treating range of patient populations at risk of CVD

...d regulatory approvals in 65 countries across five continents and has been launched in over 50 countries worldwide, including 13 European markets, the US and Canada. Over 3 million patients have been prescribed CRESTOR and more than 10 million prescriptions have been written worldwide. The post-marketing expe...

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