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Stopping harmful oral bacteria in its path is goal for Case Western Reserve researcher

CLEVELANDThe best way to keep bacteria from doing any damage is to stop them in their tracks before they can start down their pathological road to destruction. Yiping Han, associate professor at the Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine, aims to understand how to build roadbl...

The Path to Pregnancy: Fairhaven Health Offers New Natural Products to Help Couples Conceive

Fairhaven Health, a leading supplier of natural fertility, pregnancy and nursing related products, offers a compelling "first step" for couples experiencing difficulty in conceiving. Bellingham, WA (Vocus) July 9, 2009 -- Fairhaven Health, a leading supplier o...

Treatment Option Shortens Path to Pregnancy

Skipping one phase when treating infertility also cuts costs, study finds FRIDAY, June 19 (HealthDay News) -- Among couples going to fertility clinics, pregnancy occurred more quickly -- and for less money -- when they took an accelerated route to in vitro fertilization, a new study h...

Actuaries: Addressing Health Spending Growth is Path to Sustainable Health Care System

WASHINGTON, May 11 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American Academy of Actuarie s is encouraged by commitments from the Obama administration and health care stakeholder groups to tackle health spending growth and pursue options to create a more stable and sustainable health care system. "In...

MedPlus Centergy(TM) Suite for Hospitals and HIEs Paves a New, Faster Path to Healthcare Information Technology Benefits

The Choice of Leading Nationwide Health Information Network Contractors and Health Information Exchanges Connects Physicians to the Nation's Largest Provider Network Visit MedPlus at HIMSS Booth 2362 in Chicago , April 5-9 CINCINNATI, April 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- MedPlus, the h...

ChanTest to Highlight Expanded Ion Channel and GPCR Services and Cell Lines, Including FDA Critical Path Safety Profiling Tools at ToxExpo, Booth 3056

- Company to host seminar Tuesday, March 17, 2009, from 8:30 to 9:30 AM in Room 337 CLEVELAND, Ohio, March 10 /PRNewswire/ -- ChanTest, the leading expert in ion channels and GPCRs (G-protein coupled receptors) - key to drug discovery, development, and safety - will feature the latest in its...

VIDEO from Medialink and Your Baby Can Read: Early Literacy in Children ... Proven Path to Success

NEW YORK, Dec. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- For every parent who wants the very best for their children, there is one gift designed to provide higher self-confidence, better academic results and life-long achievement -- early learning skills. Numerous infant studies have proven that early readers have more ...

Minnix Offers Obama Path for Transforming Aging Services

WASHINGTON, Dec. 2 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In an open letter to President-elect Barack Obama, American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (AAHSA) President and CEO Larry Minnix today offered four ways that the Obama administration can make both short-term gains and develop long-ter...

Burroughs Wellcome Fund award creates new Ph.D. path linking laboratory and population sciences

The Burroughs Wellcome Fund (BWF) has selected Emory University for a $2.5 million, five-year award aimed at training new biomedical scientists whose expertise in research and teaching will bridge laboratory and population sciences. The Emory program is one of three new BWF programs funded na...

DIA And FDA To Host Two Important Critical Path Workshops

The Drug Information Association (DIA) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will host the Critical Path Initiative (CPI) on the Move: Complexities and Challenges (September 15 -16; Bethesda, MD) and the Critical Path Transporter Workshop (October 2-3; North Bethesda, MD). ...

Same drug, different results: MUHC researcher on the path to personalized medicine

This release is available in French . Montreal, June 18, 2008 Medicine has moved a little bit closer to the era of tailor-made treatments, based on the unique genetic profiles of individual patients, according to recent research conducted by Dr Rima Rozen of the Research Institute of the M...

Dutch Authorize Manufacture of Vaccinogen's New Cancer Vaccine; License Clears Path to European Production, Final FDA Trial

FREDERICK, Md., May 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Vaccinogen Inc. said Dutch health authorities licensed it to manufacture its break-through OncoVAX anti-colon cancer vaccine, immediately clearing the path to more than $100 million of potential European sales. The Dutch approval of the company's facilit...

FDA Provides Clarity to Isis Regarding the Development Path for Mipomersen

Isis to Host Conference Call Today at 8 a.m. EDT CARLSBAD, Calif. and CAMBRIDGE, Mass., April 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Isis Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Nasdaq: ISIS ) and Genzyme Corp. (Nasdaq: GENZ ) announced today that the FDA has provided guidance regarding approval requirements for mip...

Cells on path to becoming mature T-cells more flexible than commonly thought

PHILADELPHIA Contrary to the currently accepted model of T-cell development, researchers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine have found that juvenile cells on their way to becoming mature immune cells can develop into either T cells or other blood-cell types versus only being com...

Ingenuity's Path Designer is Selected as Best New Product by Life Science Community at 2008 Molecular Medicine Conference

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., March 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Ingenuity Systems, the leading provider of information solutions for life science researchers, announced today that Path Designer, the new pathway publishing tool in IPA 6, was selected as the Best New Product by the scientific community in attend...

High Performing Sales Forces Follow Same Path to Excellence

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., March 18 /PRNewswire/ -- The Internet has changed the way organizations communicate with customers but industry leaders haven't lost sight of the value of an effective sales force. It takes face-to-face interactions to build a relationship and high performing sales groups --...

Breaking Down Barriers: A Woman's Path to Reducing HIV Stigma in the Arab American Community

DEARBORN, Mich., Feb. 20 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- HIV/AIDS is still a taboo topic among many Arab Americans, but one determined woman is working hard to change this. For Dinah Ayna, talking about HIV and addressing the stigma among the women in her community is a challenging, yet a rewarding...

Cigarettes leave deadly path by purging protective genes

A University of Rochester scientist discovered that the toxins in cigarette smoke wipe out a gene that plays a vital role in protecting the body from the effects of premature aging. Without this gene we not only lose a bit of youthfulness but the lungs are left open to destructive inflammation an...

Identification of new genes shows a complex path to cell death

WORCESTER, Mass. Can a tiny winged insects salivary glands really tell us about processes relevant to human disease" Yes, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMMS), who gained new insights into autophagya cellular degradation process associat...

Early teen sex may not be a path to delinquency, study shows

A new study by University of Virginia clinical psychologists has found that teens who have sex at an early age may be less inclined to exhibit delinquent behavior in early adulthood than their peers who waited until they were older to have sex. The study also suggests that early sex may play a rol...

American Medical Association Clears Path for Adenoviral Conjunctivitis - 'Pink Eye' - Detector

SARASOTA, Fla., Nov. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Rapid Pathogen Screening Inc., (RPS) -- a leading developer of point-of-care diagnostic devices for ocular diseases -- announced today that the American Medical Association will issue a new Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code that will cover the RPS...

HIV's path out of Africa: Haiti, the US then the world

The AIDS virus entered the United States via Haiti, probably arriving in just one person in about 1969, earlier than previously believed, according to new research. After the virus, HIV-1, entered the U.S., it flourished and spread worldwide. "Our results show that the strain of virus tha...

Empowerment Program Gets Patients on the PATH to Managing the Physical and Emotional Effects of Psoriatic Arthritis

With the Help of Leading Medical and Lifestyle Experts - Plus TV Style Expert Stacy London - the National Psoriasis Foundation is Empowering Patients Through Live Seminars and Expanded Web Resources NEW YORK, Sept. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- People suffering from painful and, at times, embar...

CCF Reviews Contents of SCHIP Reauthorization Bill Legislation Places SCHIP on Solid Path

WASHINGTON, Sept. 28 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The compromise legislation on the reauthorization of the State Children's Health Insurance Program approved by Congress would set SCHIP on a solid path over the next 10 years, according to an analysis released today by the Georgetown University C...

Lab Tests Throw Up New Path for Parkinson's

Finnish doctors say they have identified a new protein that, in rats, rescues brain cells whose death causes Parkinson's disease , the tragic degenerative disorder of the central nervous system. The new molecule, called conserved dopamine neurotrophic factor (CDNF), prevents the degeneratio...

'Missing Link' Stem Cells may Shorten Path to Therapies

The discovery of a mouse embryonic stem cell startlingly similar to its human counterpart will likely speed progress toward the regeneration of healthy cells and organ tissue in people, two studies reported Wednesday. The newly-found "epiblast" stem cells, taken from the inner-most layer o...

New Critical Path Report Highlights Research Needed to Foster Generic Drug Development

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today issued the "Critical Path Opportunities for Generic Drugs" report identifying many of the unanswered scientific questions that impede the development of generic versions of commonly used drugs. The report is part of FDA's Critical Path Initiat...

New Critical Path Report Highlights Research Needed to Foster Generic Drug Development

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today issued the "Critical Path Opportunities for Generic Drugs" report identifying many of the unanswered scientific// questions that impede the development of generic versions of commonly used drugs. The report is part of FDA's Critical Path Initiat...

Researchers Discover New Molecular Path to Fight Autoimmune Diseases

Multiple sclerosis, diabetes, and arthritis are among a variety of autoimmune diseases that are aggravated when one type of white blood cell, called the immune regulatory// cell, malfunctions. In humans, one cause of this malfunction is when a mutation in the FOXP3 gene disables the immune cells’ a...

Genetics Might Engineer Path to Successful Aging

'If we can prevent [chronic diseases], more people can live longer.' Rapid advances in using human genes to diagnose, prevent and treat diseases are bringing// closer the time when many people can achieve their genetic potential to live 100 years or longer, said Dr. Pascal Goldschmidt, dean of the...

Researchers On The Path To Building Bone

UAB (University of Alabama at Birmingham) researchers have developed a method to increase bone density in mice, a development that might have future benefit for humans in// the treatment of osteoporosis and bone fracture. The research, published in the Jan. 29 issue of Proceedings of the National A...

New Path from Estrogen to Survival in Breast Cancer Cells Described

After years of research, scientists at The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center are now able to explain, in exquisite// molecular detail, how the estrogen hormone can help keep breast cancer cells alive. In the Sept. 24 issue of the journal, Nature Cell Biology, they assign roles t...

'Oncomodulin'- Path To Nerve Regeneration

Absence of nerve regeneration in injured nerve fibres in the mature central nervous system has always baffled scientists and researchers worldwide, //but researchers at Children’s Hospital Boston have discovered a naturally occurring growth factor Oncomodulin which could well be an answer to nerve ...

Far East Provides A Path To Contain Bird Flu

As bird flu spreads its tentacles far and wide, it has become paramount for health officials to follow the example of Vietnam and Thailand in containing the virus. Vietnam was the worst hit with 93 human cases and 42 deaths,// but this tiny country has successfully contained the virus and no new hu...

Bak Protein Sets Stressed Cells on Suicide Path

When a cell is seriously stressed, say by a heart attack, stroke or cancer, a protein called Bak just may set it up for suicide, researchers have found. In a deadly double whammy, Bak helps chop the finger-like filament shape of the cell's powerhouse, or mitochondrion, into vulnerable lit...

Yerkes researchers propose ambitious new strategies for AIDS vaccine research

...ells the virus can infect. Silvestri and Else propose that lessons learned from studying SIVs in their natural nonhuman primate hosts may provide a path to an effective AIDS vaccine. SIVs are found exclusively in African nonhuman primate species and represent the original source of human immunodeficien...

GeoVax Labs, Inc. Announces Six Month 2009 Financial Results and Provides Operational Update

... approval. We therefore have initiated a secondary clinical pathway to develop our HIV/AIDS vaccine candidate as a therapeutic vaccine. The approval path for this project has a much shorter duration than our current program for the development of a preventative vaccine. We have already commenced protoco...

AspireHR Completes Phase 1 SAP HR Initiative for Shire Pharmaceuticals

... partnered with a team from Shire to implement SAP HR solutions including Organizational Management and Personal Administration modules, and paved the path for future phases of implementing ESS/MSS. These united modules achieved the desired end result that allows Shire to increase efficiency by removing ...

NBCH Calls for Cost Containment and System Transformation in Health Care Reform Legislation

...ewed on NBCH's web site here . "We can all agree that the current path we are on is unsustainable," said Andrew Webber, president and CEO of NBCH....e in a global economy is at risk." NBCH notes in its letter that the path to health care delivery reform and cost containment is value based purchasi...

Detroit Physician Among 10 Finalists for J.H. Kanter Prize

...f his community in South Dakota. "It was indeed fortunate for all of us that the special souls nominated for the Kanter Prize chose the path of healing," said Sheldon Kottle, M.D., prize developer and CEO of Health Legacy Partnership. "These physicians should be highlighted for devoting th...
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