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Maxim Phase II Clinical Trial Highlights Substantial Increase In Leukemia-FreeSurvival For Acute Myelogenous Leukemia Patients

...ncertainties associated withpatent protection, the risk that products that appeared promising in earlyclin...cal trials will not commence when planned, and the risk that theCompany will not obtain approval to market its products. Note: Maxamine®, Maxamine Ther...

Study Confirms Safety Of Common Heart Drug

... and it works at low bloodconcentrations where the risk of toxicity is minimal." Heart failure, an inability of the heart to pump blood effectively to the lungsand to the rest of the body, is the most frequent cause of hospitalization inthe United States for people age 65 and older. Symptoms include fati...

PAHO Director Urges Health Protection In Hurricane Talks

... the reconstruction talks. "There exists today the risk of a reappearance of outbreaks of infectiousdiseases in Central America, whether caused by the damage in some countries tothe water and basic health services, limited access especially in rural areas,or the risks from crowded shelters and the movemen...

Osteoporosis Drug Evista (Raloxifene) Cuts Newly Diagnosed, Invasive Breast Cancer Risk By More Than 60 Percent

...ispreventive drug raloxifene (Evista®) reduces risk for newly diagnosed, invasivebreast cancer -- pote...teoporosis preventive drug to show reductionin the risk of breast cancer in clinical trials among women at average risk fordeveloping breast cancer. ...

Intensive Program Can Help Premature Babies Learn At the Start

...ive the intensiveintervention were at an increased risk of scoring below the tenth percentile onachievement tests and were placed in special education classes three times asoften as their normal birth-weight peers. While the early intervention significantly improved the short-termachievements of c...

"Super" Aspirin Does Super Job In Fighting Heart Attacks

...ype ofblood-thinning drug had a 30 percent reduced risk of dying within four days,according to a study of ...ved the platelet blockers had a 30 percent reduced risk ofall-cause death than those who did not receive the drugs. This meant that oneperson's life was sa...

Views Of Tamoxifen And Synthetic Estrogen In Action Provide Clues For Designing Better Drugs

...inued exposure to this hormone increases a woman's risk of breast or uterinecancer. Designer estrogens, al...oxifene,appears to have similar benefits with less risk of uterine cancer. The two willbe compared head-to-head in a large clinical trial beginning next yea...

UCSF Study Shows Drug Reduces Risk Of Spine And Hip Fractures By Half In Women With Osteoporosis

...treatment of osteoporosis dramatically reduced the risk of spineand hip fractures by almost half and the risk of other painful fractures by 30percent among women with osteoporosis, according to a study by Unive...

Want To Eat Less Fat? Resolve To Read Food Labels

...ortant); a strong belief that diet is related to risk of serious diseases such ascancer or heart disease (these people were three times more likely to readlabels than those who did not think diet was related to illness); and being obese (these people did not read labels more often, but they were twice...

Medicare Policy Contradicts Preferred Treatment For Precancerous Skin Conditions, Westwood Squibb Center For Dermatology Research Reports

...policy can leave patients in pain and increase the risk that thelesions, called actinic keratoses, can develop into a form of skin cancer calledsquamous cell carcinoma, which can be fatal. In a paper published today by the Journal of the American Academy ofDermatology, Steve Feldman, M.D., and ot...

Despite Progress, More Action Needed To Protect Medical Students From Exposure To Disease Through Accidental Needlesticks, UCSF Study Finds

While health workers -- risk of exposure to infectious disease through accident...ancisco finds that medical students remain at high risk of exposure.In the first comprehensive, long-term study of medical students -- risk ofneedlesticks a...

UPMC Study Shows What May Be The Most Effective Treatment For Depressed Elderly

...at continued treatmentcan significantly reduce the risk of recurrence. The study, in today's Journal of the American Medical Association,examined the rate of recurrence in a group of 124 depressed elderly participantsaged 60 and older who had been split into four groups to compare theeffectiveness...

Ultrasonography Predicts Heart Attack/Stroke Risk

...ultrasonography, a non-invasive test, predicts the risk of heartattack and stroke in older persons with no...nassessment of the standard cardiovascular disease risk factors, such as highblood pressure and high blood cholesterol. The NHLBI is part of the N...

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

... delay the onset of breast cancer in women at high risk of developing the disease. The drug is called an anti-estrogen because it blocks the effects of the femalehormone estrogen. Some breast cancer cells are sensitive to estrogen, whichbinds to estrogen receptors in these cells and stimulates them to pro...

Ultrasound Measurement Of Neck Arteries May Help Doctors Identify Older Adults At Increased Risk For Heart Attack And Stroke

...the researchers adjusted for all ofthe traditional risk factors for heart attack and stroke, such as smoki...lood pressure. "Elevation of heart disease risk factors is more common in the elderly,"Burke explained. "It may be difficult for clinicians to ident...

Millions Of Americans With Glaucoma Could Save Sight With Early Detection, Treatment

...th a family history of thedisease or are in a high risk group, particularly African-Americans, should havea comprehensive eye examination annually from the age of 35. For others, acomplete exam is suggested every two years to monitor for signs of open-angleglaucoma, which tends to develop after age 40. "E...

Snowmobile Injuries

...imiteddevelopment of trails contribute to the high risk of injury and death....

Medical Students Are Taking Risks With HIV During Elective Studies

(Medical students' risk of infection with blood borne viruses at home and abroad: questionnaire survey) Click below to download PDF document You will require Acrobat Reader to view file. Click here for PDF document (Provision of health advice for UK medical students p...

Factors Other Than Race Explain Whether Men In Study Had Health Insurance And Received Health Care

...SHARE havecomparable socioeconomic backgrounds and risk exposure, the scientists reasonedthat their socioeconomic homogeneity would eliminate the racial differences inhealth insurance coverage and health service use reported by other researchers. Three-hundred-seven (307) HIV-infected gay and bis...

Campaign Targets Oral Complications Of Cancer Treatment

... and patients about what they can do to reduce the risk and impactof oral complications. The NIDCR is conducting the awareness campaign throughthe National Oral Health Information Clearinghouse, a service of the institute.Partners in the campaign include the National Cancer Institute, the NationalInstitu...

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