Tag: "progress" at medical news

Drug combination shows potent punch against HIV in children

...inations of anti-HIV drugs have shown considerable progress in suppressing the AIDS virus in adults, consistent results were more difficult to achieve in children. Furthermore, compared to adult medications, fewer anti-HIV drugs have been available for children. "Our favorable results indicate that a high pro...

Duke geneticists unraveling the tangled web of autism

...case. Currently, the Duke research team is making progress narrowing down the potential candidate genes on chromosomes 7 and 15 by studying additional families and by using their existing genetic maps and genetic markers to test each potential gene candidate. "I think there has always been some doubt, even...

Cancer summit launches global commitment to improve cancer care, research and treatment

...port back to the international cancer community on progress made against each of the articles on an annual basis....

AIDS researchers get $10 million to continue studies

...alue of specific markers in the blood to gauge the progress of the disease and the effectiveness of treatments * Identified the significance of antiretroviral drug resistance and the reservoirs where HIV remains impervious to treatment * Contributed to the understanding of how HIV destroys immune function a...

U-M health leaders offer an innovative framework for keeping academic medicine viable

...one service, fax and e-mail so they can follow the progress of their patients in real time. Cost-cutting Redesign of clinical procedures and purchasing to improve efficiency and cut costs. Spreading of fixed costs over an increased volume of inpatients and outpatients. Acceptance of input from a broad ...

Enbrel shown safe, effective in children and teenagers with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis

..., and the dissemination of information on research progress in these diseases. For more information about NIAMS, call our information clearinghouse at 1-877-22-NIAMS or visit the NIAMS web site at http://www.nih.gov/niams . Enbrel® (etanercept) is a trademark of Immunex Corporation, which market...

Risk map will help predict encephalitis outbreaks

... Encephalitis starts as a flu-like illness but can progress to a fatal inflammation of the brain. Most people never exhibit symptoms but some develop muscle weakness, tremors, confusion and paralysis thatcan lead to nerve damage and death. ...

Millennium, Aventis Pharma form novel alliance

...o obtain substantial additional funds required for progress in drug discovery and development. These and other factors are identified and more fully explained under the heading "Risk Factors That May Affect Results" in the annual report on Form 10-K filed by Millennium with the Securities and Exchange Commiss...

NIAID public-private partnerships seek to develop HIV/AIDS vaccine

...-based incentive structure helps ensure continuous progress toward a testable vaccine while at the same time rewarding companies for research accomplishments made along the way," states Dr. Johnston. Each of the initial HVDDT contracts proposes using a DNA-based HIV vaccine for the initial immunization. The ...

US AIDS cases, deaths, and HIV infections appear stable

...al treatment (HAART). Dr. Gayle says that lack of progress in further reducing AIDS cases and deaths is likel... we are pleased that we have been able to maintain progress and prevent increases in HIV infection in recent years, we are allowing far too many infections to c...

Animal model shows pain and tissue injury in newborns alters nerve circuitry and reaction to pain later in life

...ocedures used to keep them alive and monitor their progress may cause pain and tissue injury. Heel sticks to draw blood, the insertion of IV lines and nasogastric tubes, and the use of ventilators are some of the modern technologies and procedures that are both miraculous and difficult. "A prematur...

In initial gene therapy trial, Jefferson scientists report successful gene transfer in Canavan disease

...Canavan disease, which appear in early infancy and progress quickly, may include mental retardation, loss or inability to acquire motor skills, difficulty feeding, loss of muscle tone, poor head control, and an abnormally enlarged head. Death comes within the first decade of life. "This report presents the fi...

Rapid improvements in lower back care possible

...nd that 27 percent of the organizations made major progress toward attaining their chosen goals over the one-year study period, and most of the remaining organizations saw modest improvement. One organization decreased diagnostic x-rays by 30 percent, another increased the use of patient education materials b...

NIMH expands national outreach partnership

...earch priorities. Partners are required to submit progress reports to NIMH. Several national organizations have a prominent role in the structure of the NIMH Constituency Outreach and Education Program. They include the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill, the National Association of State Mental Health ...

Researchers identify new genetic risk factor for HIV infection

...spite repeated exposure to the virus and those who progress very slowly to AIDS after infection. Understandin... high-risk behavior. And some HIV-positive people progress rapidly to AIDS while others never do. We wanted to see what tips the scales," says immunologist Ph...

Preventing radiation damage in popular medical technique

...ical professionals, and monitoring the procedure's progress with x rays. However, at least 100 documented cases show that fluoroscopy-guided intervention can "burn" or damage normal tissue. Now, at this week's meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), radiologists and physicists at the U...

Common hearing test for newborns may be wrong up to a third of the time

...n-hospital test or an alert pediatrician can often progress normally. As a result, a 1993 National Institutes of Health report and a 1995 joint commission endorsed universal newborn screening. More than 30 states have since called for mandatory screening. The new mandates have prompted many hospitals to start...

Effective Clinical Practice, Nov/Dec 2000 highlights

... that other health systems can learn from the VHAs progress but patient safety efforts require constant attention (Developing a Culture of Safety in the Veterans Health Administration, p. 270). Calculating Risk: Validity of Medical Error Numbers Questioned Studies cited by the Institute of Medicine ...

Researchers identify promising target to slow Alzheimer's

...ase and also could explain how vitamin E slows the progress of the disease in its later stages. The finding could lead to new drugs to delay the advance of Alzheimer's, say the researchers, who presented their study today during the 2000 International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies. The we...

In a new observational analysis, Risedronate significantly reduced nonvertebral fracture risk

...ally leading to a fracture cascade. Fractures can progress quickly if osteoporosis is left untreated. The NOF, National Institutes of Health, and American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists agree that fracture risk reduction is the efficacy endpoint by which osteoporosis therapies should be evaluated....

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