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... and Medicine is pleased to announce the 2012 winners ... travel grant for undergraduate/ graduate students and/or individuals within ... of the Society to attend the Experimental Biology meeting ... of their research work which were evaluated by a ...
... delivers messages from the brain directly to the muscles -- ... movement of a paralyzed hand. The device could eventually be ... eavesdropping on the natural electrical signals from the brain that ... those signals directly to the muscles," said Lee E. Miller, ...
... team has developed a new monitoring system to analyze ... gases in the atmosphere, a technique that likely could ... greenhouse gases. The research team looked at atmospheric ... a six-year period over the northeast United States to ...
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(Date:3/23/2017)... ... 23, 2017 , ... A recent report from the National Council on Teacher ... NCTQ report suggests, based on a review of GPA and SAT/ACT requirements at 221 ... the U.S. It argues that this higher bar should be set by states, by ...
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(Date:3/23/2017)... ... , ... The MBI “Hall of Fame” recognizes the contributions of those whose careers are or ... the careers of all others involved. , On Monday, March 21st, 2017 Laurie ... of Fame. The induction took place during the World of Modular – Award Gala ...
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... ImmuKnow(R) and anti-HLA antibody assays both contribute to ... ... immunosuppression, COLUMBIA, Md., June 1 Data developed ... presented,today at the American Transplantation Congress in Toronto, Canada, suggest,that cell-mediated ...
... treatment of choice for advanced, metastatic prostate cancer has ... testosterone the hormone that fuels prostate-cancer growth ... drugs. While such therapy buys time for patients, it ... resistant to the androgen deprivation and continues to grow. ...
... everolimus almost doubled survival time with pancreatic, kidney ... News) -- Patients diagnosed with pancreatic cancer -- ... doubled their overall survival when the cancer drug ... , Unfortunately, only about 15 percent of pancreatic ...
... drug prolonged progression-free survival, study finds , , SATURDAY, ... Avastin to chemotherapy lengthened progression-free survival in women ... Previous studies have found that adding Avastin (bevacizumab) ... with advanced breast cancer actually doubled progression-free survival. ...
... likely to have diminished ovarian reserve producing viable ... News) -- Chemotherapy may reduce fertility in breast ... researchers at Boston,s Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. , They ... chemotherapy following surgery were more likely than women ...
... young children has been linked to a significant number ... to recommend against their use for children less than ... efficacy, there has been little research on patterns of ... Now, a new study from the Emergency Medicine Network ...
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