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TriMix Gel Achieves Success Among Men Who Have Failed to Achieve Erections With Viagra, Levitra and Cialis Type Tablets

... in liquid form requires refrigeration and the patient must use a needle to self inject. TriMix gel does not require refrigeration and does not use a ... More importantly, an ED patient would not have to use a needle to self inject before sexual intercourse. Dr. Marmar stated, "Among a group of ...

Video: UCB Launches Vimpat(R) in the U.S. for Add-On Treatment of Epilepsy in Adults

... away if they have new or worsening symptoms of depression, any unusual changes in mood or behavior, or suicidal thoughts, behavior, or thoughts about self harm that they have never had before or may be worse than before. To report SUSPECTED ADVERSE REACTIONS, contact UCB, Inc. at 866-822-0068 or FDA at ...

Scientific Data Relating to Cinryze(TM) Presented at 6th Annual C1 Inhibitor Deficiency Workshop

... Six patients received 1000U of Cinryze replacement therapy 1-2 times per week as prophylaxis of HAE attacks during pregnancy. One patient self administered Cetor, a Dutch C1 inhibitor product, after the first two trimesters. An additional patient received Cinryze 1000U immediately prior to ...

SYNTAX Analysis Finds Treatment With TAXUS(R) Express2(R) Stent System More Cost Effective Than Bypass Surgery in Patients With Complex Coronary Artery Disease

... to all forward-looking statements contained in this document. (1) The measure used was the EuroQoL EQ-5D, which assesses patient mobility, self care, usual activities, pain/discomfort and anxiety/depression. CONTACT: Paul Donovan 508-650-8541 (office) ...

Methadone Frequently Causes Menopausal Symptoms in Young Women

... caused by opiate pain medication. Clinical research by Florida Detox and Wellness Institute proves many methadone dependent patients were self medicating pre-existing attention deficit disorders, anxiety and depression, with opiate pain pills. Many methadone patients need treatment for ...

Presbyterian Hospital Dallas Starts Advanced Breast-Cancer Risk-Assessment Program

... need additional surveillance and education tools to help prevent the disease or diagnose it early when it does occur." The program will teach self breast-exam techniques, and educate women about how diet and exercise can lower their risk. Women who carry the BRCA gene mutation will automatically ...

SARcode and Sunesis Announce Start of Phase 1 Clinical Trial in Ocular Inflammatory Diseases

... products would be significantly reduced" and "If conflicts of interest arise between our collaboration partners and us, any of them may act in their self interest, which may be adverse to our interests," and elsewhere in Sunesis' annual report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2007, its ...

Want a Reason to Love Your Lower Belly Fat? It's Rich in Stem Cells

... we do every day is tremendous." Stem cells are unspecialized cells that have not yet developed a specific function. Not only are they capable of self renewal, stem calls can divide and produce others that become specialized cells. Scientists and doctors theorize that stem cells will be able to ...

Ekkyo Describes the First Benefits of Controlled Hyperthermia in Humans in "Lasers in Surgery and Medicine"

... view point of safety and efficacy in a difficult clinical context of abdominal plasty that usually leaves unsightly long scars ; they impact patients self esteem and decrease the benefits of the surgical intervention," comments Dr. Gwenaelle Iarmarcovai, head of Ekkyo's Clinical trials. "This article ...

MAP Pharmaceuticals Announces Publication of MAP0004 Study in Current Medical Research and Opinion

... seeking to expand the use of this compound to treat migraines early, non-invasively and with a fast onset of action. MAP0004 is orally inhaled and self administered at home using the company's proprietary Tempo(R) inhaler, a novel pressurized metered dose inhaler that synchronizes the discharge of ...

Anesiva Announces Publication of Phase 3 Zingo(TM) Data in the Journal Pediatrics

... studied. -- Patients receiving Zingo reported less pain (1.77) compared to patients in the control group (2.10) by children's self report using the Wong-Baker Faces scale (p=0.011). -- A secondary measure of pain, the visual analog scale (VAS), was also used in ...

Women Invited to Join New Health Registry to Advance Research

... every body system." Women who join the registry will be asked to complete a detailed health history questionnaire. All the information will be self reported and no medical records will be requested. The registry will contain only information the woman supplies and the data will be stored in a ...

U.S. Preventive Medicine Acquires Specialty Disease Management

... to a larger percent of the U.S. and international populations. Specialty Disease Management Services contracts with employers, health plans, self insured organizations, third party administration organizations, integrated delivery organizations, physician practices and others to provide ...

Norditropin(R) Approved for Treatment of Children with Short Stature Associated with Turner Syndrome

... normal adult height compared to only 53 percent at a lower dosing level. "I know first hand from my practice that short stature can be a social and self image concern for girls with Turner syndrome," said Judith Ross, M.D., Professor, Department of Pediatrics at Thomas Jefferson ...

Norditropin(R) Approved for Treatment of Children with Short Stature Associated with Turner Syndrome

... normal adult height compared to only 53 percent at a lower dosing level. "I know first hand from my practice that short stature can be a social and self image concern for girls with Turner syndrome," said Judith Ross, M.D., Professor, Department of Pediatrics at Thomas Jefferson ...

Saving Lives of Florida Residents Who Develop Skin Cancer Each Year: The Key is Early Detection and Treatment

... cancer management professionals providing examination and treatment of skin lesions and disease. We have seven dermatologists on staff, and pride our self in offering complete skin care management, Mohs micrographic surgery, Puva light therapy, and radiation treatment. Dr. Cognetta is the ...

CeNeS Pharmaceuticals plc: Update on Successful Phase III results announced on Lead Product M6G

... to go onto the ward. In the ward, pain management treatment was achieved by patient controlled analgesia (PCA), whereby the patient was allowed to self administer a dose of M6G or morphine as required to control their pain. The study was randomised and double blind so that neither patient nor carer ...

Arrowhead Subsidiary, Calando Pharmaceuticals Publishes Study on Targeted, Systemic Delivery of siRNA

... therapeutics. Its lead anti-cancer therapeutic candidate contains a linear cyclodextrin polymer, the siRNA, and a targeting agent. The formulation self assembles into nanoparticles that protect the siRNA from nuclease degradation in serum. One important result of the study was the lack of a ...

Major Discovery Raises Prospect of Better Patient Care By Improving Platelet Life Span

... opposition to each other to control platelet life span by regulating the process known as "apoptosis." This term refers to the normal and healthy self destruction of old, damaged and surplus cells. One protein (known as Bcl-xL) acts to preserve the life of the platelet, while the other protein (Bak) ...

Further Statistical Analysis of the Recent Phase III trial on Lead Product M6G Shows Additional Benefits

... go onto the ward. In the ward, pain management treatment was achieved by patient controlled analgesia (PCA), whereby the patient was allowed to self administer a dose of M6G or morphine as required to control their pain. The study was randomised and double blind so that neither patient nor carer ...

Hypertension Vaccine CYT006-AngQb Achieves Strong Blood Pressure Reduction During Important Early Morning Period When Most Adverse Cardiovascular Events Occur

... refers to the contraction of the heart muscle. Therapeutic vaccine: a preparation of disease-related molecules (antigens) of foreign or self origin that is capable of activating the immune system against such antigens with the goal to modulate disease processes. This foregoing press ...
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