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NanoSensors Provides Update on Its Biosensor to Detect E.coli and Salmonella

...ensor product. In order to maximize its ability to pursue bringing a biosensor device to market, the Company...will be able to locate a third party with which to pursue the commercialization of its biosensor, that any negotiations with a third party will result in the ...

Afro- American Women Have More Aggressive Breast Cancer

...iminary data that enable us to plan how we want to pursue further gene studies." The triple negative status of a tumour is particularly important, affecting the use of well known cancer drugs, notes Dr. Mitchell, who is also associate director of diversity programs at the Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson...

Tobacco Industry Promotes Antismoking Campaigns

...age, limit or eliminate the campaigns funding, and pursue litigation against the campaign. Ibrahim looks at campaigns in Minnesota, California, Arizona, Oregon, Florida, and a national campaign from the American Legacy Foundation.It tells the story behind the smoke. People often judge these ads and now yo...

Character Test for Australian Visa Subjective

...or his Villawood stay if the Government chooses to pursue costs. The minister draws his powers from Section 501 of the Migration Act, which deals with refusal or cancellation of visas on character grounds. "Section 501 of the act is amenable to broad discretions and it depends on political will of the d...

Generic Competitor for Plavix Blocked in US

...verturned Norvasc ruling. Sherman said Apotex will pursue the Plavix case "full bore and work relentlessly" to invalidate the patent covering clopidogrel bisulfate, the active ingredient in Plavix. Sanofi obtained the patent in July 1989, naming two employees as inventors. In Tuesday's opinion, Stein said...

Bush Again Vetoes Embryonic Stem Cell Research Bill

...cells can." Bush added: "Our conscious calls us to pursue the possibilities of science in a manner that respects human dignity and upholds our moral values." Immediately after the veto, Democratic Senator Hillary Clinton hit out at Bush for holding back scientific research. "This is just one example of ho...

Nigeria Launches Seven Billion Dollar Case Against Pfizer

...riminal suit, no matter how long it takes, we will pursue it to its conclusion," Umar said. Of the 200 children affected, 11 died while many more -- reportedly 181 -- suffered from deafness, paralysis, brain damage and blindness, according to the allegations. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) cl...

Human Trafficking Booming in Eastern Europe, but Governments Dont Seem to Care

...00 inhabitants of Moldova have left the country to pursue a better life elsewhere, and the majority of the country's remaining population lives in poverty." 40% of Moldova's sex slaves are kids, and both the traffickers and the involved government officials know that children are highly sought after for t...

Women With Atypia Nearly Eight Times More Likely to Develop Breast Cancer

...dualized discussions regarding how aggressively to pursue risk-reduction treatments, says Dr. Degnim. These findings resulted from reassessing the records of 331 women with atypia identified within the Mayo group of 9,376 women who had benign breast biopsies surgically obtained between 1967 and 1991. ...

Gene Responsible for Ageing Process Discovered and Calorie Restriction Could Help

...s youth to his father so that he could continue to pursue his passions . Another kind of help is at hand now. For scientists say they have discovered a gene that plays a central role in the ageing process. And by manipulating that gene perhaps one could live longer, they hope. The gene appears to be cri...

Protein Reduction Ceases Alzheimer's Advancement in Mice

... the regulation of levels of tau. "We wanted to pursue a complementary strategy and try to make the brain more resistant to amyloid-beta proteins," Roberson said....

New Strategy Identified for Preventing Acute and Chronic Brain Disease

...y suspected to cause the disease. "We wanted to pursue a complementary strategy and try to make the brain more resistant to A-Beta without having to change the levels of A-Beta itself," said the study's lead author, Erik Roberson MD, PhD, Gladstone staff scientist and assistant professor of neurology at ...

Combination Therapies Continue to Thrive Among Pharma Brands

...ordable options for pharmaceutical brand teams to pursue and grow product franchise value. Cutting Edge Information's report "Pharmaceutical Product Relaunch: Preserving Market Share through Line Extension and New Market Entry Strategies" reveals that 58% of companies that launch combination therapies inc...

Blood Test may Help Signal Tumor's Remission, Return in Throat Cancer Patients

...hroat cancer early on, when there is still time to pursue a second line of treatment, such as surgery or drug therapy. Cancers of the head and neck are insidious because surgical removal of the tumor can severely impair a persons ability to talk and to swallow, said NIDCD Director, James F. Battey, Jr., M...

India Committed to Sustainable Development: PM

...nge is real and unless we alter our lifestyles and pursue a sustainable model of development, our future will be at peril," he said. The prime minister has set up a committee to coordinate national action plans for assessment, adaptation and mitigation of climate change. The principal secretary to the pri...

Dartmouth Professor Makes Case for Ethically Universal Stem Cell Lines

... to being universally acceptable. I think we can pursue hESC research and also respect the sensitivities of our fellow citizens. Its not impossible to do both, says Green, the Eunice and Julian Cohen Professor for the Study of Ethics and Human Values, and the faculty director of the Dartmouth Ethics Insti...

Protein Reduction Ceases Alzheimer's Advancement in Mice

... the regulation of levels of tau. "We wanted to pursue a complementary strategy and try to make the brain more resistant to amyloid-beta proteins," Roberson said. SAVB...

Gene Responsible for Ageing Process Discovered – and Calorie Restriction Could Hel

...s youth to his father so that he could continue to pursue his passions//. Another kind of help is at hand now. For scientists say they have discovered a gene that plays a central role in the ageing process. And by manipulating that gene perhaps one could live longer, they hope. The gene appears to be cr...

Families Need Help to Deal With Aftermath of Suicide Attempts

...ing to a 1993 Journal study. Many families don’t pursue treatment because they deny or minimize their child’s suicide attempt. Teenagers who attempt suicide may also not admit they tried to kill themselves. “Even when you see a young person in the emergency room right after he or she completed an attemp...

Efforts Underway to Fight Alcoholism Among Tribals

...as managed to convince only three more families to pursue gur-making. One reason for the failure of this project was the tribals' love for toddy. "No one wants to leave toddy," said Shankar of Khedut. But many people feel that if effective marketing strategies were in place the new enterprise could have ...

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