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Elsevier launches Molecular Oncology

...dge basic and clinical cancer research in order to expedite the translation of novel discoveries into clinical applications for the benefit of the patient. The Danish Cancer Society with its 380,000 members, and various patient support and research departments is proud to host the Editorial Office of this e...

Study finds lapatinib shows promise as therapy for inflammatory breast cancer

... it. The findings presented today will allow us to expedite future clinical trials. Planned studies with laptinib likely will include the agent in combination with different chemotherapy regimens. The trials also will focus on IBC patients who are HER2-positive, not EGFR positive, as indications from the Pha...

Specific strategic plans ensure timely emergency care for heart attack patients

... emergency angioplasty have specific strategies to expedite the care of patients with heart attacks, researchers at Yale School of Medicine report in the November 13 New England Journal of Medicine. The timeliness of heart attack care in hospitals varies widely across the country, according to the authors. ...

Iraqi people likely to suffer psychological damage

...rces. "We must learn the lessons of history and expedite the psychiatric help for Iraqi civilians," he concludes....

Penn leads $98 million translational medicine collaboration

...r drugs. "We can take a promising new molecule and expedite some of the more laborious, time-consuming traditional methods to provide a systematic approach to estimating drug dosages before we use those doses in patients enrolling on a clinical trial," says Adamson. The CTSA grant will enable Children's Hosp...

NCI creates network of Clinical Proteomic Technology Centers for cancer research

...r Biomedical Informatics Grid TM (caBIG TM ), and expedite acquisition and distribution of reagents and data on reagent performance. Awards and application process will be announced this year. The three CPTI program components (CPTAC, Advanced Proteomic Platforms and Computational Sciences, and the Clinical...

Newsbriefs from the journal CHEST, September 2006

...mes per month. Researchers suggest that efforts to expedite diagnosis and treatment are needed. This study appears in the September issue of CHEST, the peer-reviewed journal of the American College of Chest Physicians....

Osteoarthritis initiative releases first data

...nformation available to researchers worldwide will expedite the pace of scientific studies and identification of biological and structural markers (biomarkers) for OA. Researchers can analyze the data to form new hypotheses for further study of OA, which is the major cause of activity limitation and disabilit...

UT Southwestern allergist offers coping strategies for relief from summer allergens

...horter period of time. Doctors think this may help expedite results....

Flow technique could simplify targeting cancer therapy

... technique to characterize breast cancer cells may expedite and improve treatment decisions, researchers from the University of Illinois at Chicago report in the journal of Experimental and Molecular Pathology. The researchers found they could use a fast lab test called flow cytometry to determine the level o...

Mathematics used to discern immune response to infectious diseases

...ed as a biological weapon. Such models should help expedite the development of vaccines and therapies against these and other infectious agents and help researchers and public health officials in their efforts to predict or prevent disease outbreaks as well as determine the best courses of treatment. The cont...

Microbicide field praises agreement to license new AIDS drugs

...the kind of public-private partnerships we need to expedite microbicide development, and I hope to see other companies with promising candidates do likewise." "This advances the goal of developing microbicides that are not only safe and effective but also affordable," said Anna Forbes, Acting Director of t...

Streamlining treatment of heart attack patients

...ding emergency medical services, collaborations to expedite diagnosis and treatment decisions, transporting patients and staffing critical areas....

Adult stem cells aid recovery in animal model of cerebral palsy

...hat the availability of clinical-grade cells would expedite such a move. "We hope this will eventually be something that can be used in the neonatal intensive care unit in babies with severe asphyxial brain injuries," Dr. Carroll says of cerebral palsy patients. He and other pediatric neurologists and neonato...

Study: Vasodilators first choice for some heart patients

...tional Registry (ADHERE) has helped coordinate and expedite the collection of data from more than 275 hospitals from across the country. The registry is the first of its kind to gather detailed information about patients with ADHF. Patients with a primary diagnosis of heart failure admitted to any of the part...

Researchers discover 'window on the brain' that could help treat disorders

...s innovative as the product. "The partnership will expedite the commercialization of new computational neuroscience technologies developed by the NIC by applying procedures required by the regulated medical industry during the preliminary stages of research," she says. The parallel process will create an envi...

NIAID awards first $27 million using new bioshield authorities

...tional security. "Project Bioshield enables us to expedite research and development of critical medical countermeasures based on promising recent scientific discoveries," says Anthony S. Fauci, M.D., director of NIAID. "These product development awards, focused on the most serious potential agents of bioterr...

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