Tag: "publish" at medical news

New research pinpoints best treatment for stroke

...ng months, Drs. Carpenter and Rai are expecting to publish their study in a nationally recognized journal....

New grants to Georgetown to help build national cancer biomedical informatics grid

...eral other centers. When they have finished, they publish the findings a process that can lag for months or even years. While they wait for publication, their findings must remain embargoed to avoid jeopardizing the publication. But with the new grid that Georgetown is helping to create, cancer research c...

Medical journals are an extension of the marketing arm of pharmaceutical companies

...ortunately for the credibility of the journals who publish them--these trials rarely produce results that are...s face a frighteningly stark conflict of interest: publish a trial that will bring $100,000 of profit or meet the end of year budget by firing an editor." How ...

Newly discovered 'branding' process helps immune system cells pick their fights

...he self," says Unanue. Unanue and colleagues, who publish their results on May 31 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of the Sciences, conducted their studies in mice and in cultures of mouse cells. Jeremy Herzog, a research associate in Unanue's lab, did many of the experiments and was the lead auth...

Studies on HRT for breast cancer patients can give false hopes

... where researchers and journals are more likely to publish positive results, which suggests that negative results have not been published. Overall, this bias in the reporting of results has propagated the idea of a protective effect of HRT. Overall, the authors conclude that these qualitative studies "shoul...

Stanford bioethicists want stronger protections for women donating eggs for stem cell research

... them judge the consent process, and journals that publish stem cell research should verify that all work they publish conforms to those guidelines. What's more, those journals should move away from using the word "ther...

Flight stockings significantly reduce DVT risk, says research review

...than 2,500 flyers, which is why we were so keen to publish it. "I personally believe that graduated compression stockings are essential for anyone travelling on long-haul flights. As a frequent traveller to Australia, I certainly wouldn't leave home without them!"...

Hospital outcomes for women improve, but some hospitals fall far behind: Healthgrades study

...om more than 1,500 hospitals in the 17 states that publish data, representing 57.9 percent of the U.S. population. The study examines women's outcomes from CABG, valve-replacement surgery, PCI, acute myocardial infarction or heart attack (AMI), heart failure and stroke. "We now know that women's average out...

National Institutes of Health accept clinical study of Zestra(TM) for women

...date the trial data as the study progresses and to publish the results in a prominent peer-reviewed journal. Zestra TM feminine arousal fluid is topically applied, hormone-free and is not a drug. Zestra TM is a patented formulation (U.S Patent 6,737,084) of two botanical oils and two extracts - specifical...

BMJ highlights lack of international cooperation to investigate scientific fraud

...spondence, the BMJ decided it had no option but to publish an account of the suspicions and the failed attemp... journal." He resolutely stands by the decision to publish the saga, and believes that the scientific community has an obligation to the public to do better. B...

New online atlas provides collective maps of human brain folds

...tudies have benefited from the atlas. "After they publish their results, we'll encourage the investigators to display those results on the database and to place their data into a common repository," he explains. "This will allow neuroscientists to have access to many sources and types of data through the co...

Groundbreaking consensus: pediatric cardiology training recommendations

... organizations, and we're very happy to be able to publish it for the pediatric cardiology community." "Such a comprehensive set of training guidelines is long overdue," said Robert H. Beekman III, M.D., F.A.C.C., co-chair of the writing committee. "There are many fellowship training programs and hundreds...

PLoS announces open access journal for all clinical trials, positive or negative

... medical journals in one crucial respect. It will publish all trials that are ethically and scientifically s...LoS Clinical Trials. Traditional medical journals publish only the highest profile clinical trials (typically positive trials), partly because the journals mu...

NHS England extend BioMed Central membership to 2008

... all 1.2 million NHS England staff can continue to publish their work in BioMed Central's growing number of open access journals without incurring a direct article processing charge. All the research content in BioMed Central's journals is freely available online immediately on publication. News of the NHS ...

Air in Fallon, Nev. has elevated levels of tungsten and cobalt

...itten, a UA research professor of pediatrics, will publish their article, "Elevated tungsten and cobalt in airborne particulates in Fallon, Nevada: Possible implications for the childhood leukemia cluster," in the journal Applied Geochemistry. The Gerber Foundation and the Cancer Research and Prevention Foun...

UCSD research may lead to targeted treatment for asthma sufferers

...y of Gene Regulation and Signal Transduction, will publish their findings in the December 6 issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. "This finding is significant because it suggests that if we can produce a drug that inhibits IKK beta for example, a drug that is inhaled to target only t...

ESC to publish first cardiovascular textbook

...cus, the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) will publish its first textbook in cardiovascular medicine early next year. Entitled, The ESC Textbook of Cardiovascular Medicine, the book will be published 13 January 2006 (1). According to ESC President Michal Tendera, "Education is central to ESC activities a...

Medical research must put public interests before commercial decisions, warns pharmaceutical faculty

...cially if the company they work for decides not to publish negative research findings" says Committee Member ...tarts. "Sponsors have an ethical responsibility to publish or make available negative research findings which may affect prescribing practices, especially if t...

Teleconference on largest-ever study examining caregiver burden and widower effect

... Feb. 16, the New England Journal of Medicine will publish the results of the largest-ever study quantifying caregiver burden and widower effect, the risk of illness or death to a partner when a spouse is hospitalized or dies. The survey was led by Harvard Medical School Department of Health Care Policy pro...

Free access to a digital library for developing countries

...ate their own leaders, conduct their own research, publish their own scientific findings and disseminate information to policy makers and the public. Literature in environmental chemistry, economics, law and policy, and other environmental subjects such as botany, conservation biology, ecology and zoology wi...

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(Date:10/15/2014)... The German Gauß-Allianz has admitted Johannes Gutenberg University ... the Rhineland-Palatinate science hub continues to maintain a ... computing. , "The acceptance of Johannes Gutenberg ... Gauß-Allianz is a milestone in the national and ... support. The state of Rhineland-Palatinate can be proud ...
(Date:10/15/2014)... , Oct. 15, 2014   Neurotechnology ... today announced the availability of the VeriLook ... Surveillance 3.0 provides real-time biometric face identification using ... digital surveillance cameras. The new version not only ... differentiates people from objects while they are moving ...
(Date:10/14/2014)... planet,s leading questions is how to produce enough food ... The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations ... next 40 years to feed a growing global population, ... rise in food production. Plants—grains, cereals, fruits, vegetables, ... Current research must tap into our knowledge of ...
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