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The G&P Foundation Celebrates 10 Years of Funding Life Saving Research at The 2007 Angel Ball Honoring Glenda Bailey, Debra L. Lee, Dr. Stephen D. Nimer and the Late H.H. Sheik Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan

The Evening Will Feature Special Performances by John Legend, Joss Stone, Patti Labelle & Chaka Khan NEW YORK, Oct. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- The G&P Foundation for Cancer Research will honor four outstanding individuals at the 2007 Angel Ball, Editor-In-Chief of Harper's BAZAAR ...

Johns Hopkins Medicine Honors U.A.E. Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan

Transformational contribution to support new clinical tower and research at the Baltimore institution Johns Hopkins officials today announced a significant financial commitment to Johns Hopkins Medicine from His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the president of the United Arab Emirates...

Fear of Osama bin Laden cause for Bush victory

Researchers have found that the fear of death before voting had an impact on their voting decision. Reports from the Analyses of Social Issues and Public policy reports that the fear of death// had an impact on the 2004 presidential election in US. Researchers felt that the fear of death caused by ...

Actuaries: Health Care Reform Must Address Costs

...keholders must engage in a new dialogue to establish mutual understanding as to what will lead to real and quantifiable health cost savings," said Al bin g ham, Jr . , the American Academy of Actuaries vice president for health issues. Bingham said the actuaries believe that a new dialogue, ...

IntraHealth International Addresses Capacity Building and Open Source Technologies at Tech-Themed Global Health Conference

...es of free MP3s in support of the campaign. Participating bands will be performing at the event including Afrissippi, Toubab Krewe, DJ Equal and Umar bin Hassan. IntraHealth and Indaba Music will announce the winner of the IntraHealth Global Music Remix Contest at the event, and premiere a clip fro...

Finding will improve accuracy of cancer diagnosis

... "Cancer is often diagnosed by the appearance of the tumor and the types of cells it is made up of," said VARI Distinguished Scientific Investigator bin Tean Teh, M.D., Ph.D., one of the authors of the study, "but molecular information can allow us to make the determination that two tumors of dissimila...

Global Advisor and Speaker Explains Middle East Investors, Politics, Culture

...eaker at the World Economic Forum/Arab Business Council, the British Parliament, the U.S. Treasury Department, Saudi Aramco headquarters, the Mohammed bin Rashid Foundation in Dubai, the Abu Dhabi International Book Fair and corporate board meetings and business events around the world. He's reached audi...

Cleaning Concoctions Best Left to Experts

...ce on immediate first-aid if an accident occurs. Dispose of empty cleaning containers properly. Replace caps and discard in a sealed recycling bin or garbage container, away from children and pets. Know who to call in an emergency. If a poison-related emergency occurs, call the U.S. Poiso...

Oncogene inhibits tumor suppressor to promote cancer: Study links B-RAF and LKB1

...r study author Dr. Lewis C. Cantley from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School. Dr. Cantley and colleagues, including Dr. bin Zheng, designed a study to investigate the molecular mechanisms associated with suppression of the LKB1-AMPK pathway in tumor cells. The researchers u...

Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals (SPCP) Hosts 18th Annual Convention in Las Vegas

...al Las Vegas women's shelter; The Shade Tree and all attendees are asked to donate personal care items such as hair brushes, combs, toothpaste, etc. A bin will be set up for donations at the registration desk. View the shelter's wish list at http://www.theshadetree.org/wishlist.shtml . SPCP Conventi...

Parkland Health & Hospital System Rolls Out Innovation's PharmASSIST Technology Platform Across Nine Pharmacy Sites

...verification, will call, and patient pickup. Innovation has also worked closely with Parkland's pharmacy operations team to custom develop a will call bin management solution that provides fast accurate retrieval of prescriptions for patient pickup. Seven pharmacy sites complement the Symphony workflow w...

Kidney Cars Celebrates America Recycles Day

...ation Program Extends Life of Used Vehicles, Offers Sweepstakes NEW YORK, Nov. 12 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- It's too big to fit in the blue plastic bin at the curb, but your car is what you should think about recycling as you join thousands of Americans in celebrating America Recycles Day on November ...

United Way of America Partners with Livingston Communications to Develop Social Media Strategy

...c relations" agencies in the greater Washington area, serving a wide variety of companies with diverse communication programs. The company's Buzz bin blog is regularly ranked as one of the top PR blogs in the world. Our services include marketing strategy, traditional media and analyst relations, a...

Yoplait(R) Celebrates 10th Anniversary of Save Lids to Save Lives(R) and Sustained Commitment to Fight Against Breast Cancer

... with their family and friends to support the fight against breast cancer. The Web site features lid collection tools such as downloadable posters and bin labels, recruit-a-friend emails and customizable send-to-a-friend eCards, a lid-tracking widget to personalize your blog or MySpace page and customiza...

Nearly Half of Americans Won't Flee Without Fido

... aid kit and vet contact information with authorization to treat your pets. Also include photos to prove ownership, and pack everything up in a bag or bin or put it in your pet's portable carrier. It'll be ready to go when you need it. 6. Gather any relief plans developed by your local Red Cross chapte...

Dubai Health Authority Unveils Healthcare for All

...fessionals from the public and private sectors, employers, insurers and members of the public. Building on the vision of His Highness Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai contained within the Dubai Strategic Plan, health is at the forefront of t...

Long Term Care Insurance Leader Goes Green, Targeting a Million Gallons of Gasoline Saved Per Year

... the agency's newsletter. The tips are useful for planet-friendly, money- and time-saving steps at home as well as in the office. "We have a recycling bin at each staff-member's desk," says Gilbert. "Our people really like working with a green organization. They feel good about making the world a better ...

Dubai Provides Aid for Cyclone Nargis Victims In Myanmar

... Sheikh Mohammed Pledges Grant of Emergency Aid through Dubai Cares DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, May 9 /PRNewswire/ -- His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the U.A.E. and Ruler of Dubai, announced the emergency provision of 200 temporary structures t...

Weill Cornell Medical College Announces First Commencement of Its New Medical School Graduates in Doha, Qatar, May 8, 2008

...gion. I also would like to pay special tribute to His Highness Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani, Emir of the State of Qatar, Her Highness Sheikha Mozah bi...ce and Community Development Founded in 1995 by His Highness Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, Emir of Qatar, and chaired by Her Highness Sheikha Mozah ...

Dubai Cares Announces 12 Country Plan to Educate and Empower Children in Developing Nations

...oping countries. Dubai Cares was launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler o... educating one million children as declared by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler o...

The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network Announces Its 2008 Research Grant Awards Totaling Over $1 Million in New Research Funding

...ornia, San Francisco Michael C. Sandler - Pancreatic Cancer Action Network - AACR Pilot Grant NF-kB Signaling in PanIN Formation bin Liu, PhD -- University of California, San Francisco Pancreatic Cancer Action Network - AACR Pilot Grant Internalizing Human Antibodies Targe...

Scientists Uncover How HIV Hides Inside Cells

...ects one of our cells, the protein Nef binds to this helper system and alters it in such a way that the cell believes it belongs in the cellular trash bin rather than on the surface where our main defenses can see it," she said. Collins added that the Nef protein recruits other proteins naturally made...

Dubai Healthcare City Announces Appointment of James Kingsbury as Chief Executive Officer of University Hospital

...first healthcare free zone and was created using a phased approach. The first phase, which is 4.1 million square feet in size, is home to Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Academic Medical Center which comprises of the University Hospital, the Harvard Medical School Dubai Center Institute for Postgradua...

JCI online early table of contents: March 3, 2008

...ells is one mechanism by which tumors escape immune control. A new study by bin Zhang and colleagues, at the University of Chicago, has characterized immun... of antigen-loss variants in established mouse cancers AUTHOR CONTACT: bin Zhang University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, Texas, USA....

New target for cancer therapy may improve treatment for solid tumors

...sly preferable to tumor arrest, the authors note. "We can't target cancer cells when they have lost their antigen-presenting molecules, said co-author bin Zhang, PhD, a former postdoctoral fellow in Schreiber's laboratory and now assistant professor at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center, San ...

$50 million gift to NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center

...greatly enhance the patient's experience. Activities will take place at additional sites, including the Lasdon Biomedical Research Building, the Hamad bin Khalifa Biomedical Research Building, the Helmsley Medical Tower, and facilities in Queens and Westchester County. Mr. Perelman's gift will also supp...

Study points to possibility of blood test to detect lung cancer

...an. The ultimate goal is to develop a screening system by which patients could have the blood test before imaging and those found to be in a high risk bin would have a CT scan for further evaluation. We would determine whether the person is at low or high risk of having lung cancer based on these biom...

NEWSWEEK: Media Lead Sheet/November 5, 2007 Issue (on newsstands Monday, October 29).

... Terrorist Walks Free" (p. 39). Investigative Correspondent Michael Isikoff reports on the case of Jamal al-Badawi, a fanatic Yemeni follower of Osama bin Laden, who was sentenced to death in a Yemeni court for his role in the bombing of the USS Cole and was released from prison last week. He was reporte...

Despite overeating, morbidly obese mice gain protection against diabetes

...s. Dr. Scherer directs the Touchstone Center for Diabetes Research at UT Southwestern. Fat tissue, which was largely perceived as a useless storage bin until the early 1990s, has been found to release hormones, including adiponectin, that play integral roles in metabolism and obesity. Adiponectin leve...

UAE Plans to Implement Anti-smoking Law

...owards implementing a comprehensive anti-tobacco law to reduce the spread of the habit in the society, especially among children and adolescents," Ali bin Shukur, Under-secretary of the Ministry of Health, was quoted as saying by Khaleej Times. A draft bill on smoking is being deliberated at the ...

Jordan Sacks Her Nanny for Lying

...was delayed for Radio One show, for which she was criticized by Chris Moyles. Jordan went straight to the nanny's cottage, packed her stuff in bin bags and told hubby Peter Andre that she has taken enough of these lies and has fired the employee. "She's not coming in here again. Enough is...

Art of Living Foundation to Train Iraqi Youths

..., Ravi Shankar said: "People of Iraq don't deserve the violence and the pain. My heart bleeds for the people of Iraq." He also visited the Ali bin Abu Talib Mosque and paid his respect at the tomb of Hazrat Ali, grandson of Prophet Muhammed. Ravi Shankar said ahead of his departure from I...

Chronically Ill Prisoners Face Great Healthcare Problems

...cross-section of 111 prisoners in 12 prisons across the UK. The problems they uncovered included an older, incontinent prisoner who had to use a bin bag to protect his mattress and a diabetic who regularly missed breakfast because he was only offered high sugar cereals. 'Little account appea...

Childhood Obesity may Increase Ear Problems

...r ears to relieve otitis media with effusion. The remaining 118 children had other operations for conditions unrelated to their ears. Jong bin Kim, a doctor who works in Seoul at Kyung Hee University's department of otorhinolaryngology, and other researchers, measured the height and weight of...

Obesity may Be Linked to Middle Ear Effusions in Children

... the article. Obesity has also become more prevalent in children, but the relationship between these two conditions has not been explored. Jong bin Kim, M.D., Kyung Hee University, Seoul, Korea, and colleagues studied 155 children age 2 to 7 (85 boys and 70 girls) who were treated with ear ventila...

Saudi Arabia to Set Up Hospital in Jamia University Campus

...ssy of Saudi Arabia Tuesday signed an agreement to set up the King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz Health Center with an investment of Rs.22.5 million. The m...ial assistance towards the construction of a building for the King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz Health Center. The fund will be handed over to JMI in four phase...

Researchers Discover New Molecular Path to Fight Autoimmune Diseases

...hn Eckman Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. “There’s been little understanding about how the FOXP3 protein actually works.” First author bin Li, PhD, a research associate in the Greene lab has been working on elucidating this process since FOXP3’s discovery almost five years ago. Li ...

Saudi Arabia for Enhancing Health Sector Ties with India

... "We hope to enhance cooperation in the field of health, especially in areas like telemedicine, training and doctors' exchange programmes," Hamad bin Abdullah Al-Manie, the health minister of Saudi Arabia, said Monday. Al-Manie, who is currently in India, was speaking at a conference organised...

Iraqi children with Various Illness Arrives in Bahrain for Treatment

...ed to the Bahrain Defence Forces Hospital. The others would be treated at Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC), he said. Bahrain's king, Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, had in July ordered the children be treated immediately following a meeting with Shamma. Source-IANS...

A.Q. Khan Admitted in Hospital for Cancer Surgery

...ns of his involvement in the transfer of nuclear technology. The beneficiaries, as per reports, are Iran, Libya, North Korea and Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. The 66-year-old, who pioneered Pakistan's nuclear programme, was diagnosed with cancer last month. After his public confession, Pre...
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