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Interoperative Radiotherapy for Breast Cancer Patients

...ent. That knowledge, in turn, will help us further customize and select the best treatment options for individuals with early breast cancer. Next, Drs. McCready and Fyles will join a randomized clinical trial to further study the results of using this procedure. The study participants from PMH will generally...

Intraoperative Radiation Therapy a New Step in Breast Cancer Treatment

...ent. That knowledge, in turn, will help us further customize and select the best treatment options for individuals with early breast cancer. It is hoped that this one time dose will prevent a recurrence of the cancer.The new approach has the advantage of being less time-consuming, more efficient and more pat...

Low Pitch Therapy for ‘ringing in the Ears

...ringing can return. But it underscores the need to customize stimulation for tinnitus suppression and suggests that balanced stimulation, rather than masking, is the brain mechanism underlying this surprising finding.” Source-Eureklert PRI...

TCS Signs Deal With Singapore's Parkway Hospitals

... the deal, TCS will work with Parkway Hospitals to customize and enhance its Hospital Management Solution (HMS) as per its specific needs, a TCS release said. Parkway Hospitals is one of Asia's leading healthcare organizations and it includes Gleneagles, Mount Elizabeth, East Shore Hospitals, Parkway Laborato...

Newly Identified Strains Of Chlamydia Trachomatis – A Gateway To New Disease

...re rare. We also discovered that this organism can customize its attack,' said Dr. Dean. 'Consequently, the constant flux of the bacterium could serve as a gateway for new emerging diseases, but more research needs to be conducted to understand if and how this is happening.' 600 million people are infected a...

High -tech Mitochondrial DNA Sequencing Tool Updated

...e broad technological platform for laboratories to customize arrays more attuned to their research interests. In 2004, Dr. Anirban Maitra and his colleagues at Johns Hopkins did exactly that with the MitoChip v1.0. In addition to nitty-gritty technical innovations that vastly improved the rate and speed of ...

MitoChip v2.0 – the new Mitochondrial DNA sequencing too

...e broad technological platform for laboratories to customize arrays more attuned to their research interests. In 2004, Dr. Anirban Maitra and his colleagues at Johns Hopkins did exactly that with the MitoChip v1.0. In addition to nitty-gritty technical innovations that vastly improved the rate and speed of t...

Experiments In Outer Space To Determine single Cell Survival

...ls (as well as bacterial and some mammalian cells) customize the construction of nanocompartments built for them. These nanocompartments - imagine a kind of tiny apartment house - form when single cells are added to a visually clear, aqueous solution of silica and phospholipids, and the slurry is then dried ...

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