Tag: "inspires" at medical news
Fully endoscopic micro-surgery puts a former Jr. Olympic athlete back on the marathon trail
...n View. Joyce, who was Ken'scollege roommate, also inspires
Baker. Joyce battles Epstein-Barr, a rare immunesystem disease, but he has not let it stop him from competing in IronmanTriathlons. 7. "First Person/My Experience. . ." articles -- As a professional journalist,Ken is willing to write a 'first person...
Purdue chemist wins national award for new ways to fight cancer, AIDS
...icularly the architectural [aspect] is really what inspires
me," said the bioorganic chemist. One focus is devise molecular "wedges" that disrupt the ability of the AIDS virus to reproduce and spread infection throughout the body. Current AIDS drugs try to block the action of HIV proteins once they're made in...
Scientist gets award for sending people to sleep
...at our research has benefited so many patients and inspires
me to continue the quest of bringing basic discoveries into the clinical arena." Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz, Principal of the Faculty of Medicine at Imperial College London adds: "Mervyn is truly deserving of this award. As well as being a...
Heart surgery patients receive less aggressive discharge care
...e need for surgery serves as a "wake-up call" that inspires
them to change their life style. It is at this point in their treatment, when the patient is in the hospital recovering from surgery, that the introduction of these medications should be started or at least discussed, Dyke said. ...
Shakespeare's writings indicate he may have had syphilis
Shakespeare's name usually inspires
thoughts of kings, fairies, lovers, wars and poetic genius--not syphilis. However, some passages in his plays and sonnets indicate that the Bard may have suffered from one or more venereal infections, according to an article in the Feb. 1 issue of Cl...
Public interest advocates question NIH Enhanced Access policy
...e pudding. The coming months will tell whether NIH inspires
and leads the community of researchers and scholars to accept the public trust invested in them. Today we urge them to do so." "What will we consider success?" asked Sharon Terry, president and CEO of the Genetic Alliance. "Plainly put, today a patie...