Tag: "launch" at medical news
Neurology Now magazine launches at AAN meeting
...ne for patients and caregivers. It will officially launch
during the AAN 57th Annual Meeting held in Miami B...he premier issue Following the press conference, a launch
celebration with cake and champagne will take place starting at 5:00 p.m. just outside the exhibit h...
University of Chicago receives grant to study connections between religious beliefs and health
...oundation has given the University $1.8 million to launch
the study, which will be coupled with University work on aging supported with $7.5 million from the National Institute on Aging of the Department of Health and Human Services. That work is an interdisciplinary effort to understand the connections be...
Scottish health minister launches major new clinical trials project to boost business and health
..., Minister For Health and Community Care is set to launch
Glasgow Biomedicine, a groundbreaking initiative s...ster, Andy Kerr said: "I'm delighted to attend the launch
of Glasgow Biomedicine to promote the excellent standard of clinical trial work in Scotland. An expa...
New study shows simple actions wipe out huge higher heart risks for Asian diabetics
...rch to be revealed on Tuesday 26th of April at the launch
of the University of Warwick Medical School's new ...ical School researcher Dr Paul O'Hare will use the launch
of the Clinical Sciences Research Institute to outline that diabetes is four times more common in th...
Officials simulate bioterrorist attack to test APL-developed disease surveillance
...owing number of jurisdictions across the nation to launch
electronic tracking systems to quickly detect outbreaks. By compiling data from emergency rooms, poison control centers and other sources, disease surveillance can serve as an early warning alarm. The NCR network uses the Electronic Surveillance Syst...
Tercica presents pharmacokinetic and safety data from several studies at Endocrine Society Meeting
...rimary IGFD; and (4)that there would be no product launch
if the FDA does not grant Tercicamarketing approval, grants Tercica marketing approval covering so fewpatients that it is not commercially reasonable for the Company to launch, orgrants Insmed Incorporated's product marketing exclusivity under theOrp...
New research evidence on anger in children and adults
... ESRC's new report Seven Deadly Sins, published to launch
Social Science Week 2005, Dr Eirini Flouri and Professor Heather Joshi analyse data from the British birth cohort studies, which have recorded anger in both childhood and adulthood for people born in a week in 1958 (the National Child Development Stu...
Seven deadly sins: A new look at society through an old lens
A new ESRC report, published to launch
Social Science Week 2005, uses the seven deadly sins pride, anger, lust, avarice, gluttony, envy and sloth as a way of looking at some pressing issues of modern life: religious conflict, rage in kids and adults, sexual behaviour, corporate greed, b...
PLoS Medicine refocuses world's attention on the tsunami, six months on
...be voyeurs into the grief of vulnerable victims to launch
an effective and humane response to any disaster. What problems have been created by the mass burial of unidentified victims? Many mass burial sites were not planned and not well documented, which made identification of the deceased an almost impo...
Red and Charline McCombs contribute $30 million to M. D. Anderson research effort
...d McCombs Foundation for the gift, which will help launch
a long-term research initiative at M. D. Anderson. Details of the research initiative will be announced Sept. 13 on the site of the new Red and Charline McCombs Institute for the Early Detection and Treatment of Cancer about 1.5 miles from the main M...
Quitting smoking could save your teeth, study shows
...ple stop smoking. On 31 May 2005 the UK hosted the launch
of the World Health Organisation World No Tobacco Day, and its theme focused upon how to engage health professionals at every level in tobacco control. "Newcastle University's Dental School is a shining example by ensuring dental students are now t...
CryoSat environmental testing over preparations for shipment to launch site about to begin
...s finally over for the CryoSat satellite, and with launch
just a couple of months away - the very last check...ore the spacecraft is packed up and shipped to the launch
site in Plesetsk, Russia. During the last 12 months the satellite has been undergoing stringent mech...
Nuclear weapons continue to pose a serious health risk in Europe
...resence means that accidental explosion or missile launch
is always a threat. There is also a risk of nuclear weapon materials being stolen or sold on to terrorists, he argues. Maintaining these weapons eats in to national economies adds the author, leaving less funds for healthcare and other vital service...
A new understanding of how immune system targets disease
...y's lead author. "If confirmed, the findings could launch
a new wing of research seeking to re-engineer viruses, bacteria and tumor cells to make them hundreds of times more likely to be noticed and destroyed by our immune system." Study Details As part of the immune response, T cells, one type of white ...
Breath of the dragon: ERS-2 and Envisat reveal impact of economic growth on China's air quality
... and also the forthcoming GOME-2 instrument due to launch
next year aboard ESA's and EUMETSAT's first MetOp spacecraft. About Dragon The Dragon Programme is a joint undertaking between ESA, the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) of China and the National Remote Sensing Centre of China (NRSCC). ...
Pfizer unites cancer care leaders to introduce novel tool to improve cancer outcomes
...ANYS), and Dr. Harold P. Freeman will announce the launch
of Patient Navigation in Cancer Care: Guiding Pati... joined forces to introduce a tool kit designed to launch
patient navigation programs at hospitals and health systems throughout the U.S. WHEN: Wednesday, S...
Definitive gene screen confirms MS suspects
...tion breaks down, the immune system may mistakenly launch
an attack against cells, as happens in MS. Researchers believe that some genetic variations in MHC genes make people more susceptible to whatever environmental causes also contribute to MS. Haines is one of the founders of an international team of re...
CryoSat launch will be blast from the Cold War past
...DS) formed a joint venture with Khrunichev to sell launch
services." At the time there was a lot of market i...e telephone services. Eurockot's first commercial launch
took place in May 2000; CryoSat will be the sixth such launch, while the Russian Federal government ...
Launch milestone achieved: Last-ever look at CryoSat
FamAs preparations for the launch
of CryoSat on 8 October continue on schedule, the ... Breeze carrying CryoSat will be rolled out to the launch
pad where it will be mated with the lower two stages of the Rockot launcher. Once locked to the lau...
Mayo Clinic receives $15 million to launch innovative neuroscience research program
...very, Innovation and Investment Fund and will help launch
an intense program of research focused clearly on patient care. Of this gift, $8 million will be used to test treatment approaches that have already been shown by discovery research to be ready for human trials; $3 million has been dedicated to basic...
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