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XIFIN Inc. CEO to Speak at Executive War College Conference

SAN DIEGO, April 14 /PRNewswire/ -- XIFIN Inc., the leading provider of revenue cycle management for diagnostic laboratories, announced today that XIFIN's CEO and Executive Chairman, Lale White, will speak at the Executive War College Conference in New Orleans on April 28th 2009. In attendance wil...

Cleveland Clinic and Rutgers to Lead Newly Formed Institute for War Wounded

Armed Forces Institute for Regenerative Medicine to Develop Therapies for Critically Injured Service Members CLEVELAND, April 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Cleveland Clinic and Rutgers University are leading one of two civilian research consortia to develop innovative medical therapies f...

New use for stem cells found in war on terrorism

For more than a decade, Steve Stice has dedicated his research using embryonic stem cells to improving the lives of people with degenerative diseases and debilitating injuries. His most recent discovery, which produces billions of neural cells from a few stem cells, could now aid in national secur...

Internet trademark war goes international

The trademark war continues over Google Inc.'s popular and profitable AdWords program. AdWords allows advertisers to purchase "sponsored links" that appear as a result of Google searches that use specific words, which can be trademarks of third parties. In my last article, I discussed a U.S. Dist...

Wisconsin companies on the front lines in the war against cancer

It seems I cant go more than a few weeks without hearing about someone a friend, a relative, a business acquaintance who has been diagnosed with cancer. Thats the bad news. The good news is that, in general, their chances of survival are getting better by the day. Society is slowing winning...

Health-care eyes focus on San Francisco, war of the stents

The talk of the town (the town being San Francisco, which kicks of the JP Morgan Annual Healthcare Conference on Monday) will most likely be the news from Sunday and early Monday that the Johnson & Johnson acquisition of Guidant for $22 billion is once again no longer a done deal. On Sunday, B...

Request to re-examine WARF stem cell patents escalates war of words

Madison, Wis. - The legal challenge to stem cell patents held by the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation has escalated the war of words between two states -Wisconsin and California - with both questioning the other's financial motivations. The most recent exchange came after the Public Pa...

Media-savvy workers: New front in the War for Talent

A new front in the War for Talent is opening up. Tens of millions of people adept at using interactive technology and media are set to join, or are already in, the workforce - bringing expectations, skills and ways of working that will revolutionize the workplace. Those organizations that can ins...

Stay out of crossfire when Midwest technology workers go to war

CHICAGO You're the competitive type. You enjoy the occasional game of beach volleyball or some action on the squash court. If the weather cooperates, you might even be up for a paintball outing. Most of us leave it at that. We don't need to go to war at work. Being a pacifist, though, won't he...

Global branding is now a war

Globalization is at a crossroads, and businesses are entering into a major war. We must take some very aggressive action because at this very second, we have already entered a new front line where there are brand-new rules for this brand-new world in this brand-new mega-search-engine-driven e-com...

Google wins first battle in trademark war

Google, Inc., can continue to sell advertising to competitors of Geico Corp. who use Geicos trademarked name in their ads, a federal district court in Virginia has ruled. Advertising based on Web search keywords is a significant and lucrative part of Googles business. In the third quarter, about ...

The misguided talent war

Here we go again. Just when HR executives were getting used to having a brisk wind behind them in the race to find and retain talent, the demographic and economic winds reverse - blowing back against them and at gale force no less. As scores of articles in the press and reports issued by vario...

Information warfare in the 21st century: Ideas are sometimes stronger than bombs

...ws that terrorist organizations have created built-in advantages in the information warfare. For example, one of the conclusions of the Second Lebanon war is that one of Hezbollah's targets was to drag Israel into a disproportionate response so that it would be able to exhibit Israel in the Western and A...

Plexus Awarded Development Contract With QIAGEN

...rograms; the potential effect of world events (such as changes in oil prices, terrorism, epidemics, drug cartel-related violence in Juarez, Mexico and war in the Middle East); the impact of increased competition; and other risks detailed in the Company's Securities and Exchange Commission filings (partic...

Information warfare in the 21st century: Ideas are sometimes stronger than bombs

...ws that terrorist organizations have created built-in advantages in the information warfare. For example, one of the conclusions of the Second Lebanon war is that one of Hezbollah's targets was to drag Israel into a disproportionate response so that it would be able to exhibit Israel in the Western and A...

Veteran-Owned Biotech Startup Company Charges Health Agency (NYSDOH) with Blackballing its Initiatives

...xygen/ozone mixtures have documented applications in the treatment of diabetic and pressure skin ulcers, and all manner of infected lesions, including war wounds. "The derailment of the Egyptian hepatitis C study by the NYSDOH," Dr. Sunnen continued, "was an affront to medical collaboration in t...

NFGC Conducts Multi-Institutional Research Project in Ovarian Cancer

...nces that will produce benefits that directly apply to the future military healthcare effectiveness and efficiencies, while aggressively advancing the war on cancer - a disease that causes the death of more than half a million Americans a year. NFGC research is discovering molecular signatures of cancer...

Information warfare in the 21st century: Ideas are sometimes stronger than bombs

...ws that terrorist organizations have created built-in advantages in the information warfare. For example, one of the conclusions of the Second Lebanon war is that one of Hezbollah's targets was to drag Israel into a disproportionate response so that it would be able to exhibit Israel in the Western and A...

American Geographical Society awards honor Henson, Smith on April 15 at UD

...wiecki, a distinguished geomorphologist and horsewoman, was born and raised in Warsaw, Poland. She was a member of the Polish Underground during World war II. Her family immigrated to the United States in the 1940s. After receiving an engineering degree at Indiana University, she enrolled at the Universi...

Batman Teams with Senator Katherine Laforge to Help Free America from OPEC

...endous profits that buy the bullets and bombs that maim and kill our sons, daughters, husbands, wives, brothers and sisters in lands that have been at war for centuries. Hearne shares Batman’s fervent belief that we have the technology available today to free us from Opec’s tentacles but ...

New study examines effects of Graniteville, S.C., chlorine gas disaster

...he January 2009 issue of the American Journal of Emergency Medicine . "This is one of the largest community exposures to chlorine gas since World war I," said David Van Sickle, Ph.D., a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Health & Society Scholar at the University of Wisconsin and lead author of t...

The Coalition to Prevent Deep-Vein Thrombosis (DVT) RV Tour Takes to the Road to Educate the Nation About the Importance of DVT Risk Assessment

...loom, National Patient Spokesperson for the Coalition, whose husband, NBC correspondent David Bloom, died from complications of DVT while covering the war in Iraq. "This year, it is time to harness that awareness and turn it into action by encouraging people to assess their risks of developing DVT." ...

Researcher working on destruction of chemical weapons

... COLLEGE STATION, Sept. 24, 2008 America's war on terror includes fighting the dark side of deadly chemical agents, and Te...n made their way into the dangerous alleys of chemical warfare during World war II. Raushel, who has been working on detoxification of organophosphates for...

Advice to the new administration: UM foreign and domestic policy guide

...ffers "basic prescriptions for action," to re-energize America's post-World war II tradition of international engagement, democratic norms and serious dipl...most obvious is the change from the bipolar, relative stability of the Cold war to the extreme unpredictability of worldwide security conditions today (req...

Advanced Technologies and Wireless Telecommunications Enhance Care and Medical Training at the Ryder Trauma Center in Miami

...combat casualty care to wounded warriors in dynamic combat environments. Located in Miami, Florida, the Center is home to the Army's Combat Extremity war Surgery Course and participates in team training research through the Miller School of Medicine at the University of Miami and Jackson Memorial Hosp...

Virginia Tech researchers discover how mosquitoes avoid succumbing to viruses they transmit

...s hitchhiker, but have now discovered, "There is a war going on," said Zach Adelman, assistant professor of entomology at Virginia Tech. The war is at the cellular level, between the host and inv... at Virginia Tech, report their findings about the war between the mosquito immune system and viruses in ...

Self-powered devices possible, says Texas A&M researcher

...d is applied. Discovered by French scientists in the 1880s, piezoelectrics aren't a new concept. They were first used in sonar devices during World war I. Today they can be found in microphones and quartz watches. Cigarette lighters in automobiles also contain piezoelectrics. Pressing down the lighter...

Cascades Technologies, Inc. Chosen to Deliver IT Support on a DoD Blast Injury Research Program

...vention, Acute Treatment, and Reset (activities necessary to return injured war fighters to duty readiness or ensuring a healthy return to civilian life). "The debt we owe our brave war fighters for their sacrifices is immeasurable, therefore, we are deeply hon...

Exposure to Agent Orange linked to prostate cancer in Vietnam veterans

...r Center physicians today released results of research showing that Vietnam war veterans exposed to Agent Orange have greatly increased risks of prostate c...Health Care System. "Here we report on the largest study to date of Vietnam war veterans exposed to Agent Orange and the incidence of prostate cancer." ...

Researcher working on destruction of chemical weapons

... COLLEGE STATION, Sept. 24, 2008 America's war on terror includes fighting the dark side of deadly chemical agents, and Te...n made their way into the dangerous alleys of chemical warfare during World war II. Raushel, who has been working on detoxification of organophosphates for...

Upcoming 'Energy Psychology' Event in Chapel Hill Will Provide Training in New Breakthrough 'Do It Yourself' Healing

...ly underway at the University of Virginia working with veterans of the Iraq war suffering from PTSD, researchers found that the use of Energy Psychology me...P techniques were equally effective in dealing with the negative effects of war and torture. Nancy Schaub of Pittsburgh, PA reports, "After 5 back surger...

Upcoming 'Energy Psychology' Event - New Breakthrough 'Do It Yourself' Healing

...ly underway at the University of Virginia working with veterans of the Iraq war suffering from PTSD, researchers found that the use of Energy Psychology me...P techniques were equally effective in dealing with the negative effects of war and torture. Nancy Schaub of Pittsburgh, PA reports, "After 5 back surger...

Samaritan Partners 'Forgetful' Rat Model to Taconic to Commercialize

... on net sales. Financial terms were not disclosed. "Taconic is extremely pleased to offer researchers a new and potentially invaluable weapon in the war on neurodegenerative disease," said Todd Little, President of Taconic. "The rapid time to disease state of the Samaritan Alzheimer's Rat Model will en...

Exposure to Agent Orange linked to prostate cancer in Vietnam veterans

...r Center physicians today released results of research showing that Vietnam war veterans exposed to Agent Orange have greatly increased risks of prostate c...Health Care System. "Here we report on the largest study to date of Vietnam war veterans exposed to Agent Orange and the incidence of prostate cancer." ...

ABMAC Foundation Announces Publication of an Historic Volume Documenting the Creation of a National Health Care System in Taiwan

...residents, directors and friends, can make a significant impact benefiting international health care. "In a world still scarred by disease, poverty, war and social neglect," stated Dr. Gerard M. Turino, M.D., president of ABMAC Foundation, "this volume provides a message of hope." For the first time,...

Plexus Announces Expansion in Hangzhou, China

...ecently completed share repurchase program; the effect of general economic conditions and world events (such as increases in oil prices, terrorism and war in the Middle East); the impact of increased competition; and other risks detailed in the Company's Securities and Exchange Commission filings (partic...

4C Controls Announces the Appointment of Dr. Philip Hayden as Vice President, Security Assessment & Threat Analysis

...s, including but not limited to: global economic and market conditions; the war on terrorism and the potential from war or other hostilities in other parts of the world; availability of financing...

Newsweek International Editions: Highlights And Exclusives, May 19, 2008

...of that Sr. Gen. Tan Shwe and his junta have lost the "mandate of heaven" -- the supernatural right to govern. http://www.newsweek.com/id/136365 war Is the Answer. Special Correspondent Jeremy Kahn reports that in the past year, Sri Lankan government officials seemed tantalizingly close to the end ...

Boston-Based BioDefense Corp. Announces New UK Partnership to Expand Markets for Biohazard Protection

...y," said the Lord Guthrie. He went on to say that, "It is sobering to remember that far more people were killed by Spanish Flu immediately after World war I than hostilities during the war." Lord Guthrie is an independent member of the House of Lords. He was created a life peer as Baron Guthrie of Crai...

MultiVu Video Feed: Johnson & Johnson Diabetes Institute, LLC Launches New Training Center to Improve Community-Based Diabetes Care

...affects more than 20 million Americans and costs the economy $174 billion a year -- about as much as the conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan and the global war on terrorism combined. But as the disease reaches epidemic levels, a new survey finds community-based health professionals reporting an acute shortage...
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