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Stars Spotlight Personal Triumphs Over Stuttering

...lunt and Moglia were each honored with this year's ais Leadership Awards. "I'm here because I want to ...tment today -- with the help of organizations like ais -- is extraordinary. So there is absolutely, 100 p...end of the tunnel for anyone who stutters." The ais is the only non-profit organization in the United ...

Protein may be strongest indicator of rare lung disease, study shows

...n help in determining progression of the rare lung disease Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF). Researchers say the proteinSerum surfactant protein ais superior to other IPF predictors and could lead to better decisions about treatment and timing of lung transplantation. The study, led by Brent Kin...

Cancer drugs in the pipeline

... after several years of tamoxifen decreases the risk of recurrent disease more than tamoxifen, according to two meta-analyses. The risk reduction with ais was statistically significant. Full data to be presented at the meeting. ...

Combination of TYKERB(R) (lapatinib) Plus Letrozole Demonstrated Significant Improvement in Delaying Disease Progression for HER2+/ErbB2+ Post-Menopausal Metastatic Breast Cancer

...n be killed and tumor growth curtailed. Approximately 70 percent of all breast cancer cases are HR+.(2) Furthermore, tumors that initially respond to ais can become resistant, leading to disease progression and ultimately, patient death.(3) Recent studies have revealed interactions between HR and HER2/E...

New blood clot guidelines for pregnant women

...arkedly different than those in adult stroke and up to 15% of children with ais have no apparent risk factors. The guidelines recommend that children with ais receive initial antithrombotic therapy until underlying causes can be deter...

Alseres Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Reports First Quarter 2008 Operational and Financial Results

...ecovery of motor and sensory function. In addition, one cervical patient in each of the 1 and 3 mg dose groups showed a 3-grade improvement to ais D. - We entered into an option agreement whereby the Company can exercise its option to amend certain terms of the Cethrin license with BioAxone...

New Medicare and Medicaid Data Released: Featuring Up-To-Date Enrollment Trends, State Initiatives, Regional Market Share and Prescription Drug Benefits

...g For more information on AIS's "Managed Medicare and Medicaid Factbook: 2008" go to http://www.aishealth.com/Products/gfb.html . About AIS ais develops highly targeted news, data and strategies for managers in hospitals, health plans, medical group practices, pharmaceutical companies and othe...

New 2008 Health Plan Directory Features Year-End 2007 Enrollment Data and 4,600 Key Executives

...ves ... and more. For more information on AIS's Health Plan Directory: 2008, go to http://www.aishealth.com/Products/dhp.html . ABOUT AIS ais develops highly targeted news, data and strategies for managers in hospitals, health plans, medical group practices, pharmaceutical companies and othe...

2000-2007 Pharmacy Benefit Survey Results Just Released

...7 Survey Results: Pharmacy Benefit Trends & Data. For the past eight years, ais has been surveying pharmacy benefit management companies of all kinds and c... the Excel files on the accompanying CD. -- Information from various other ais research efforts that pertain to the pharmacy benefit, including our an...

Connecticut Trial Lawyers Ask Doctors to Question Insurer's Excess Profits

...ssive premiums causing their overhead to soar and, needlessly contributing to the growing cost of Connecticut health care. The analysis, prepared by ais Risk Consultants, a New Jersey independent actuarial firm, is based on the most recent financial reports filed by CMIC with state regulators. The an...

AISHealth.com Introduces Three New Free Services: Health Business Daily Newsletter, Health Business Meeting Calendar, and Health Care Job Openings

... an information provider to tens of thousands of health care professionals, ais has supplied cutting edge news, data and strategic advice via its Web site ...Health.com, delivers one strategic business story a day written by a senior ais reporter; "People on the Move" -- a daily feature that helps you stay on to...
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