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Passing stop sign cures gene disease

...earchers working with the company say they hope to publish as soon as intellectual property issues are resolved. Miller says the company hopes to start clinical trials with healthy volunteers as early as next year. But a premature stop mutation will not always be the cause of a particular genetic disease. ...

Open-access publishing: The debate continues

...rs US$1500 per article in order to cover costs and publish with unrestricted (open) access. Pritpal S Tamber comments: "Scientific research should be freely accessible to all. Free access is a public good-much research is publicly funded and involves members of the public as participants. Authors and peer re...

Big cut in heart failure problems from one hour of education

...inuing to analyze the study's results, and hope to publish further data in the near future. But already, he notes, the impact on re-hospitalization rates from the single-session discharge education intervention approaches the effect seen from several medications used to combat heart failure's symptoms. So, j...

The BESST way to judge IVF success

...rn per transfer or per cycle. Several governments publish tables listing such figures as a guide for would-be parents, a system that has been attacked by critics who argue that such "league tables" contribute to the rise in multiple births, because they encourage clinics to boost birth rates by transferring...

High blood pressure in the lungs a major risk for death in adults with sickle cell disease

...er for Sickle Cell Disease. A complete report will publish in the February 26 edition of the New England Journal of Medicine . Sickle cell disease is a chronic, often fatal anemia that is classically characterized by severe attacks of pain from blood vessels being blocked by red blood cells that become rigi...

Majority of authors retract 1998 Lancet paper-Lancet editor points to implications

...ile editors of medical journals should continue to publish original and sometimes unpopular ideas in responsible ways, they must take greater care to appreciate that their responsibility extends to all aspects of the public dissemination of the work they print. A collaborative consultation to learn the less...

Post-mortem drug test errors

...ference in Dallas, Texas, last month. They plan to publish scientific papers in general medical journals highlighting the issue. In living patients, the dose someone has been given is calculated by multiplying their body weight, the concentration of the drug in their blood and a constant called the "apparen...

Top medical and scientific societies commit to providing free access to research

... their funding institutions because the ability to publish in scientific journals should be available equally to all scientists worldwide, no matter what their economic circumstances. Finally, the creators of the DC Principles note that the co-existence of many different publishing models is part of a free...

Human studies show feasibility of brain-machine interfaces

...., and neurobiologist Miguel Nicolelis, M.D., will publish their results in the July 2004 issue of the journal Neurosurgery. Principal members of the research team also include Parag Patil, M.D., a resident in neurosurgery and lead author of the study, and Jose Carmena, Ph.D., a post-doctoral fellow in neuro...

Be picky when served large portions

...ereating," she adds. Rolls' group is the first to publish a study of the effects of portion size on the patrons of a public restaurant. The study, "Increased Portion Size Leads to Increased Energy Intake in a Restaurant Meal," is detailed in the current issue of the journal, Obesity Research. The authors ...

Ethics of boosting brainpower debated by researchers

...t the Stanford University School of Medicine, will publish their thoughts in the April 20 online issue of Nature Reviews Neuroscience. The article will also appear in the May print issue of the journal. The group's goals were to outline both the ethical issues raised by modern neuroscience and the steps scie...

ISSIR launches The Journal of Sexual Medicine with Blackwell

...sional societies. This year alone, Blackwell will publish over 600 text and reference books across a wide range of academic and professional subjects. For more information on Blackwell Publishing, please visit www.blackwellpublishing.com or www.blackwell-synergy.com ....

Oral History Research Office and NYU Child Study Center receive grant for oral history project

...hild Study Center and the OHRO will collaborate to publish findings from the grant, and to write a curriculum guide for educators who want to implement "The Telling Lives" program in their classrooms....

Cancer research in Europe: A 'foundation' for the future

...possible. It will organize scientific conferences; publish journals, books, and guidelines; develop training courses; award scholarships and organize seminars for patients and their relatives. Several sponsors have already expressed interest in making unrestricted educational grants to support the ESMO Found...

Northwestern Memorial named one of nation's top 12 hospital-affiliated infertility clinics

...ty treatment center. "It was important for us to publish this special section because more couples than ever are experiencing infertility, and the field of infertility medicine, with all its recent advances, has become so complex," said Janet Carlson Freed, beauty and health director at Town & Country. "T...

Countries need greater support and less stringent conditions if global fund goals are to be met

... of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) will today publish interim findings relating to how the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is being implemented in four African countries. The Fund was established in 2002 as a mechanism to get additional resources to affected countries to control the...

NSF, AAAS announce winners of 2004 Visualization contest

...ue of Science and on Science Online. NSF will also publish the winning entries on its Web site: http://www.nsf.gov. ...

Research identifies patent barriers to drug importation schemes

...aw in Penn State's Smeal College of Business, will publish his findings in the article, "Patent Fences and Constitutional Fence Posts: Property Barriers to Pharmaceutical Importation," forthcoming in the Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal. He addresses the liability issues facin...

100,000 excess civilian deaths after Iraq invasion

...ds in an accompanying commentary: "The research we publish today was completed under the most testing of circ...der daily threat of violence, the evidence that we publish today must change heads as well as pierce hearts."...

800 calories a day less and women never missed them

...-Control Plan. In March 2005, Harper Collins will publish The Volumetrics Eating Plan, a new cookbook and lifestyle guide based on Roll's research. The new guide will contain menu planners, charts and sidebars on healthy food choices, 44 color photographs, and 125 recipes that translate Rolls' research in...

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