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Hard to Treat Diseases, Inc. (HTDS) Thai Registration Dossier

SHENZHEN, China, July 31 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Hard to Treat Diseases, Inc. (HTDS:PK), http://www.htdsmedical.com announced today that its registration dossier for MEVAC-DTaP (Diphtheria, Tetanus and Acellular Pertussis Combined Vaccine, adsorbed) had passed the preliminary consideration ...

Double Your Income With Thai Yoga Bodywork?

DELRAY BEACH, Fla., Feb. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- "In this economy?" That's the question Mukti Michael Buck is always asked when his students claim to have doubled and even tripled their income from massage after learning his techniques. "Yes," is always his reply, and with good reason. CNN recently...

HIV Prevention to Thai Prisoners

HIV is more common among prisoners than among the general population of Thailandone study, for example, in Klong Prem Central Prison, Bangkok, found that 25% of prisoners who agreed to be tested were HIV positive compared with a general prevalence of 1.5% in the national population. But Thail...

Sword Removed from Thai Teenager's Face

Doctors at the Chulalongkorn Hospital here removed a 60-cm-long sword that had been thrust through the nose cavity of a teenage boy and exited// near his left ear, news reports said Wednesday. Ronnachai Tiemsanguan, 16, was said to be in a stable condition after the sword's removal from his f...

Drug Companies Hit Out at Thai Generic Drug Scheme

Thailand's government is at loggerheads with the pharmaceutical industry over its decision to issue compulsory licences for generic medicines. // While Thailand argues it will make cheap generic drugs more widely available to its citizens, drug companies maintain that the plan undermines paten...

US, Indian Doctors Bag Thai Medical Awards

Four doctors from the US and India received the Prince Mahidol Award 2006 from Thailand's King Bhumibol Aulyadej here for their contribution// to medical and public health services. They received the award Wednesday for their achievements in the discovery, introduction and widespread use of o...

Tuberculosis : Growing Number of TB Cases Continuing Challenge for Thai Government

The increasing number of tuberculosis cases detected annually in Thailand is an ongoing challenge for the government, the Nation reports. //According to Somchai Pinyopornpaitch, deputy director-general of the Department of Disease Control, TB cases have increased for several years despite health of...

Number of TB Cases Continuing Challenge for Thai Government

The increasing number of tuberculosis cases detected annually in Thailand is an ongoing challenge for the government, the Nation reports.// According to Somchai Pinyopornpaitch, deputy director-general of the Department of Disease Control, TB cases have increased for several years despite hea...

Unraveling the Secrets of the Seabed of Andaman off the Thai coasts

Bangkok – The devastation of Tsunami 2004 is still fresh in the memory. There are a whole lot of lessons to be learnt, of which ‘preparedness in adequate measure’ is considered extremely crucial.// It is better to be safe than sorry, and Thailand has extended this sentiment in evolving suitable str...

Patients Beyond Borders Thailand Edition to Launch in September

...media to attract travelers to Thailand. For nearly 50 years, TAT has played a significant role in national tourism activities that have encouraged thai and international tourists to experience the incredible variety of tourism destinations available. Thirty-five local and 22 overseas TAT offices disse...

Healthcare Travel Exhibition & Congress Predicts Worldwide Healthcare Travel Revenue to Hit US$100 Billion by 2012

...ational Medical Travel Association (IMTA), Life Insurance Association, Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA), Spa and Wellness Association Singapore, thai Spa Association, and Spa Association Singapore. For more information, please visit http://www.healthcaretravel-singapore.com About In...

Goal of good quality medicines advanced by new USP agreement with 9 ASEAN countries

... event to commemorate the signing of the agreement, Mr. Niphon Popattanachai, the deputy director-general of the department of medical sciences at the thai Ministry of Public Health, said, "We have been working for many years to strengthen the pharmaceutical sector within ASEAN countries, and to become mo...

Bumrungrad International the first private hospital to be awarded Thailand Quality Class (TQC) for organizational excellence

...s Most Innovative Company" by Chulalongkorn University's School of Business; top medical tourism destination (Tourism Authority of Thailand); top thai company for quality of products and services (Asian Wall Street Journal); and excellence in information technology (Assoc. of Medical Directors of Inf...

Congress Appeals to Obama Administration, Thailand: Stop Hmong Returns to Laos

...tly urge the Prime Minister of Thailand and senior thai military officials to halt the forced repatriation... documented reports of medically certified abuses, thai mistreatment, and forced repatriation. Read the r...nam War, are now facing forced repatriation by the thai military back to the brutal Stalinist regime in La...

Robot Speaks Many Languages - Improves Pharmacy Patient Outcomes

... warnings, and print them on prescription labels in the preferred language of the patient. Languages covered include Spanish, French, Chinese, Arabic, thai and Maori, in addition to English. Navarro Discount Pharmacies, Miami, FL, prints approximately 75% of their prescriptions in Spanish. The focus ...

Singapore to Host Inaugural Healthcare Travel Exhibition & Congress

...ational Medical Travel Association (IMTA), Life Insurance Association, Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA), Spa and Wellness Association Singapore, thai Spa Association, and Spa Association Singapore. "Asia is right at the centre of the medical tourism phenomenon," said Andrew Keable, Divisional...

Piecing Together the HIV Prevention Puzzle

... vaccine field, AVAC also assesses the progress and future potential of the Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise and considers the impact of results from the thai prime-boost vaccine trial that are expected in September. With over 16,400 participants, this is the largest AIDS vaccine trial ever undertaken. ...

Medical Tourism is Good Therapy for the Hotel Industry

...are still much cheaper than costs incurred paying for treatments alone in their home countries. A favorable exchange rate of the US Dollar to the thai Baht makes medical procedures an incredible value to foreign visitors. Cheaper medical costs mean more money is available for family members and frien...

Generic Pharmaceuticals Offer Exciting Growth Opportunities in Tanzania, Reveals Frost & Sullivan

..." adds Zingoni. "Local employees only focus on packaging and labeling processes." Some local manufacturers are entering strategic agreements with thai partners to facilitate technical skills transfer and procure raw materials. Together with their partners, Tanzanian companies are increasingly investi...

Bumrungrad International Hospital Won 1st Place as "Best Website for International Medical Travel"

...s Most Innovative Company" by Chulalongkorn University's School of Business; top medical tourism destination (Tourism Authority of Thailand); top thai company for quality of products and services (Asian Wall Street Journal); and excellence in information technology (Assoc. of Medical Directors of Inf...

Letting infants watch TV can do more harm than good says wide-ranging international review

...es. Watching TV programmes or DVDs aimed at infants can actually delay language development, according to a number of studies. For example, a 2008 thai study published in Acta Paediatrica found that if children under 12 months watched TV for more than two hours a day they were six times more likely ...

American Cancer Society recognizes international tobacco control leaders

...eral of the Ministry of Public Health of the Royal thai Government. In that position, he successfully spea...fice from 1988 to 1991. He continues to advise the thai Government on tobacco control policies and governm... source of wisdom of the history and precedents of thai tobacco control and as a sentinel of important opp...

Repair and healing of osteoporotic fractures a focus of upcoming IOF World Congress on Osteoporosis

...y December 6, 2008 from 17.15 18.45 Building Bridges in Bone Health: the Cell, the Tissue, the Patient and Policy Orthopaedic Symposium organized by thai Osteoporosis Foundation in collaboration with Novartis. Chairs: Suthorn Bavonratanavech and David Marsh Session 1 between fragments Is Fractu...

New research about chronic lung disease presented at CHEST 2008

...ffective nonpharmacologic intervention for children with asthma. #6960 thai CHI HELPS PATIENTS CONTROL ASTHMA (Wednesday, October 29, 10:30 AM EST) ...archers in Thailand enrolled 17 patients with persistent asthma in a 6-week thai Chi Qigong training program. After Tai Chi Qigong training, patients showed...

CHEST 2008: Featured abstracts

...further trend toward improved mortality. #6960 thai CHI HELPS PATIENTS CONTROL ASTHMA (Wednesday, October 29, 10:30 AM EST) thai chi training may help patients with asthma improve...led 17 patients with persistent asthma in a 6-week thai Chi Qigong training program. After Tai Chi Qigong ...

Hay fever may be best treated with self-adjusted dosing

...-adjusted dosing, according to new research published in the September 2008 edition of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery. During the study by thai researchers, hay fever, known clinically as allergic rhinitis, was observed in 69 patients, who were then treated over the course of 28 days with the ...

IOF announces 3 orthopaedic sessions at 2008 congress

...ng Bridges in Bone Health: the Cell, the Tissue, the Patient and Policy Saturday December 6, 2008 from 17.15 18.45 Orthopaedic Symposium organized by thai Osteoporosis Foundation in collaboration with Novartis Chairs: Suthorn Bavonratanavech and David Marsh Session 1 between fragments Fra...

Voices Against Brain Cancer Hosts Event to Benefit Brain Cancer Research

...ing-style gala will feature cocktails and cuisine, with tasting stations provided by Moda, Barna, Gabriela's, Victor's Cafe, Django, City Crab, Planet thai 212, Duke's, Big Daddy's Diner, Woolworth Kitchen, Grandaisy Bakery, Macelleria, Perra Brasserie, Chocolate Dreams, Philip Marie, Bamboo 52, and Super...

Immunizing Against Misinformation and Shortsightedness

... discovery and development. -- Structure the vaccine field so that there are career paths for young investigators. -- Prepare for results of the thai prime-boost vaccine efficacy trial. -- Systematically improve community engagement strategies, especially as decisions are made around the design...

UNICEF: 'Every Second Can Make a Difference' to Myanmar's Children; 20% Already Suffering from Diarrhea, Malaria reported

... Four Emergency Supply Flights en Route NEW YORK, May 9 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A thai Airways plane carrying UNICEF emergency supplies landed in Yangon today, carrying three million water purification tablets. Three more planeloads cont...

Saving cancer patients' skin

... woman who continues to thrive despite her four-year wrestling match with lung cancer. She still works every day in the family business, heads out for thai food with her husband and baby sits for her energetic grandchildren. This winter when the cancer, which had metastasized, appeared in her brain fo...

Historic Global Vigil for AIDS Orphans Ends in New York City

...ts first programs helped support Ugandan orphans and their foster families, provided care for Romanian infants and children with HIV, and helped young thai women and girls escape prostitution. Today, World Vision has AIDS programs in many of the nearly 100 countries in which it works - and served nearly 2...

Studies suggest HIV subtype more deadly than others

...arting in 1991. All of the men were serving in the thai military and were HIV-negative when they enrolled ...vailable. The researchers compared the group of thai men to a group of similar HIV-positive men living ...he median time from HIV infection to death for the thai men was 7.8 years compared to 11 years for HIV-pos...

What gives us sunburn protects crayfish against bacteria

...but it also helps invertebrate animals to encapsulate attacking fungi and parasites. Uppsala University researchers, in collaboration with Korean and thai colleagues, can now show that melanin also protects against bacterial infections, at least in crayfish. The study is published in the latest Net edit...

Skin Cooling After Laser Treatment Could Leave Marks

... in dark-skinned patients after laser treatment for mole-like skin lesions, thai researchers warn. "It is not life-threatening, but postinflammatory hype...treatment. In this study, researchers used laser irradiation to treat 23 thai women (average age 43) with Hori nevus, blue-brown pigmented spots on the s...

Thailand: Partners Open Free AIDS Treatment Clinic in Renowned AIDS Temple in Lop Buri

... At Famed thai AIDS Temple Where Thousands Received Compassionate Hospice Care Before Dying, Thailand's Lop Buri Provincial Government, the Dramaraksa Foundation...

Annual Tobacco-related Deaths to Reach 8.3 Million by 2030

...e 200 million lives by 2050, he said. Bettcher was one of several tobacco industry experts attending an international conference hosted by the thai government this week to highlight the need for better implementation of the international Framework Convention on Tobacco Control of the WHO, and to m...

Drug Firm on the Threshold of Developing Dengue Vaccine

...s, more or less," The Straits Times quoted Stephenne as saying. The thai trials will be part of the second phase of the process. The vaccine...ing the first phase and proved safe and effective, Stephenne said. Once the thai trials are completed, the vaccine will move to the final stage to test its ...

Now a Polio Scare for Air Travellers

... He is a student student living in Melbourne, said the Australian government's Chief Medical Officer John Horvath. The young man had flown in by a thai Airlines flight TG999 on July 2. Authorities issued a national health alert when the diagnosis was confirmed on Friday. They also started immuniz...

Abbot Sues French AIDS Group

.... This was reported in the Wall Street journal. Act Up-Paris on April 26 organized an attack on Abbott's Web server in response to a call from thai HIV/AIDS groups to protest Abbott's recent actions regarding its antiretrovirals Aluvia and Kaletra in Thailand. Pharmaceutical company Abbott ...
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