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Radically New Type Of Surgery Tested On First Patient

.... This advanced medical technology has been under development for more than adecade at universities and national laboratories throughout the United States. ASt. Louis-based company called Stereotaxis Inc. is spearheading its commercialdevelopment. "We expect the system to have a wide range of applications becau...

Magnetic Surgery System Tested Successfully On First Patient

... to biopsy brain tumors. Futureapplications under development include diagnosing and treating cardiovascularconditions, such as coronary artery disease and cardiac arrhythmias, andtreating neurovascular conditions such as aneurysms. The system was developedby Stereotaxis, Inc., a St. Louis-based company in the...

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center And Targeted Genetics Corp. Publish Data On Adoptive Immunotherapy For HIV

... term." Part of the research team's effort was the development of techniques to measurewhether the infused CTLs r...r cancerous cells from the body. However, clinical development of adoptive immunotherapy has been hampered by theinability to expand targeted CTLs. The REM techno...

Vanderbilt Cancer Center Discovery May Help Overcome Resistance To Anti-Breast Cancer Drug

... absent in the cell cultures -- wasinvolved in the development of tamoxifen resistance. The researchers suspected that the mechanism was the host's "natural killer"(NK) immune activity for two reasons. First, tamoxifen is known to increase NKactivity. Second, TGF-beta is a powerful suppressor of NK function. So ...

Reassuring Findings About Infants Exposed To Zidovudine

...of interest included physical growth, cognitiveand development milestones, immunologic function, cardiac and ophthalmologicevaluations, the occurrence of malignancies, and mortality. "The good news is that there are no differences in growth and cognitivedevelopment between the children exposed to AZT versus th...

Visual Environment Can Affect Even Healthy Eyes --- Nature Works With Nuture For Good Vision

... to the growing evidence that from infancy, visual development is influenced by a control system integrating the ...evelop a road map for exactly what "normal" visual development entails. "Our ultimate goal is to find a way to predict the course of normal eye growth -- to work o...

Children Of The Great Depression By Glen H. Elder, Jr.

...ugh tohave passed through critical early stages of development and to have assumedpre-adult awareness: "If one were to select an optimum age at which to passthrough the Depression decade, it would not differ much from that of the Oakland sample." As is so often the case in social research, this effort su...

So Near And Yet So Far. . . FDA Approves Laser Vision Correction For Farsightedness

...de, nearsighted individualshave benefited from the development and FDA approval of techniques andtechnology for laser-assisted vision correction. For these nearsightedAmericans, laser vision correction opened the exciting possibility of seeingclearly without the aid of either glasses or contact lenses. Now, wit...

AAPS Sponsors Second Frontier Symposium

...termine the role of transporters in drugdiscovery, development and therapy. For more information on this event, including a Preliminary Program, Call forPapers and registration fees, contact the AAPS office at 703-548-3000 or visitAAPS Online at http://www.aaps.org/edumeet.html...

MIT Microchip Releases Chemicals On Demand

...evice," thetrio write in Nature. Talking about the development of the chip, which took five years, Mr. Santinisaid "there was never a sudden 'voila.' Rather, it was a steady progression. Weencountered numerous challenges along the way such as material selection,reservoir filling, and structural design issues, bu...

New Protease Inhibitor Could Thwart AIDS Resistance To Current Drugs

...ear the new drug may last longer as the chance for development of drug resistance is lower." The same chemical may also become the first treatment for feline AIDS, asignificant threat to the world cat population. Coincidentally, the viruscausing the cat version of AIDS (feline immunodeficiency virus, or FIV) us...

Far Few Drugs Are Tested On Children

...ynsley-Green, the director ofclinical research and development at Great Ormond Street. In the US, an estimated 80 per cent of prescription drugs are notlicensed for use in children, according to a 1996 report in Pediatrics (vol 98,p 18). And the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development in...

Ablatherm: An Ultrasound Device For Prostate Cancer Therapy

...l research by the INSERMgroup through to prototype development and the first clinical trials. Thedevelopment process was not helped by the fact that Technomed ran into financialdifficulties, leading to its takeover by Edap, a direct competitor. However, thetenacity of the company's director and medical staff, to...

Neutron Research To Help In Treatment Of Cancer Patients

...eating patients. "We could play a largerole in the development of this kind of cancer therapy," he says. The research is supported by the U.S. Department of Energy. Grimes haspublished numerous papers on neutron research, including the article in NuclearScience and Engineering, which was co-authored by ...

Space Research May Accelerate Development Of Flu-Fighting Drug

...nd severity of theillness and may even prevent the development of symptoms in those exposed to thevirus. One of ...armaceuticals in Birmingham,Ala., and is now under development by The R.W. Johnson Pharmaceutical ResearchInstitute in Raritan, N.J., a Johnson & Johnson company. ...

Media Alert: Percy Julian Honored

...talsynthesis of the glaucoma drug physostigime and development of a low costsynthetic method for making a form of the antiarthritis drug cortisone.Following the symposium, the ACS is hosting a luncheon at which U.S. Surgeon GeneralDavid Satcher, M.D., will speak. WHAT: Symposium honoring the 100th Anniversary ...

Socioeconomic Status Linked To Enlarged Hearts, Heart Disease Risk

...cioeconomic environments are likely to promote the development ofcardiovascular reactivity to stress, perhaps as a way of being prepared to dealwith threatening events that are common in those environments. The scientists worked with 147 boys and girls evenly distributed among childrenaged 8 to 10 and adolescent...

MIT Touch Lab Research Explores The Hand

...sameobject. VIRTUAL SURGERY Software currently in development simulates a surgical procedure--alaparoscopy--on the computer. "The goal is to develop a system that will helptrain doctors," said Cagatay Basdogan, an RLE research scientist conducting thework with Dr. Srinivasan. Laparoscopy involves making small i...

Lo-Cal Diet Slows Prostate Cancer In Animals, New Research Finds

...ed tumor growth in rats and mice -- itretarded the development of new blood vessels in the tumor."This study clea...dings provide further evidence thatprostate-cancer development might be influenced by lifestyle. Theyalso suggest that maintaining a proper energy balance -- anapp...

Demystifying Cancer: Physicians, Researchers, And Web Experts Offer Two-Day Symposium For Patients, Families, Health Care Providers, And The Public

...plore how that knowledge is used as a basis forthe development of new cancer therapies. At the symposium for registered participants on Saturday, speakers will focus oncurrent therapies, clinical trials, new horizons in clinical research, and howto navigate the Internet to find accurate and timely information ab...

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