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Clues to Allay Aging

Man’s quest to somehow delay the greying process continues with gusto into the 21st century. The search has been on for eons now. Youthfulness always pouts with tantalising// appeal. The latest from scientists from Pittsburgh is that the secret is enmeshed in DNA. If the DNA within a living cell ge...

Possible benefit from online genetic testing for lung cancer

...e of Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention , a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research, raise a new set of questions, but also allay some of the early concerns. "Up until now we have had a clear model for genetic testing. You see a professional genetics counselor, undergo a batte...

Governors, Legislators Update Current State Fiscal Conditions, Push for Economic Recovery Package from Congress, President-elect

...of Medicaid costs. As many states face mounting budget shortfalls, this will inject immediate relief into states to stabilize their economies and help allay cuts to programs essential to the most vulnerable citizens. Pennsylvania Gov. Edward G. Rendell, National Governors Association Speaker ...

MicroRNAs make for safer cancer treatments

... discovery is reported in the current issue of Nature Medicine . "Our findings demonstrate a new tool for molecular medicine that should also help allay concern over the use of viruses as a therapeutic delivery system," says Stephen Russell, M.D., Ph.D., Mayo physician-scientist and lead author of the ...

The MedZilla Report: June 2008 Employment Outlook for Biotech/Pharma/Health

...w medications. However, other pharmaceutical groups such as Jazz Pharmaceuticals continue testing new drugs and have turned to stock sales to try and allay job cuts. The fact that fewer pharmaceutical companies have laid off fewer employees in June than in months previous has not gone unnoticed by thi...

Patients, Doctors, Pharmacists Praise Bipartisan House Resolution on Compounded Hormones Containing Estriol

...s to treat both multiple sclerosis and symptoms of menopause. Since FDA announced its estriol policy in January, the agency has since attempted to allay the concerns of thousands of women by stating that doctors may prescribe compounded hormones containing estriol if they complete an Investigational Ne...

Secrets of cellular signaling shed light on new cancer stem cell therapies

...l to a patient's survival such as blood-forming stem cells in the bone marrow. New results from the U-M's Dr. Ivan Maillard and his colleagues may allay some of those fears. The researchers showed that blood-forming stem cells in mice survive just fine when the Notch signaling pathway is experimentally...

iPods and similar devices found not to affect pacemaker function

...rocardiographic) recordings showed no change in any of 255 separate tests, and no patients had symptoms. This provides reassuring evidence that should allay the fears of people using iPods and other digital music players, says Berul, the studys senior investigator. However, in 41 percent of patients, th...

IPods Don't Interfere With Pacemakers, Study Shows

...ngs showed no changes in any of the 255 separate tests and none of the patients showed any symptoms. "This provides reassuring evidence that should allay the fears of people using iPods and other digital music players," Berul said. However, this study did find that in 41 percent of patients, the musi...

Nanoemulsion vaccines show increasing promise

...t could be a safer way to protect citizens and health care workers in the event of a bioterrorism attack involving smallpox, Baker says. That would allay concerns about the current vaccines safety which arose in 2002. On the eve of the Iraq War, the Bush administration proposed a voluntary program to va...
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More Clinical Data Required to Support European Approval of CAP Indication for TYGACIL

...t of complicated intra-abdominal infections and complicated skin and soft tissue infections in adults. "We are disappointed that we were not able to allay the concerns of the CHMP, and are evaluating the appropriate next steps to take in Europe," says Gary L. Stiles, M.D., Executive Vice President and Ch...
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Nanoparticle toxicity doesn't get wacky at the smallest sizes

...biomedicine and engineering likely won't cause unexpected biological responses due to their size, according to work presented today. The result should allay fears that cells and tissues will react unpredictably when exposed to the finest silica nanomaterials in industrial or commercial applications. Na...

NOAA science story tips -- AAAS 2008 edition

...en during the development of a 2006 harmful algal bloom (HAB) in North Carolinas Neuse River Estuary will help coastal managers predict fish-kills and allay public fears about these events. For the first time, NOAA researchers and colleagues used real-time data from shipboard and fixed automated sampling ...
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Daiichi Sankyo and Ranbaxy Confirm Deal Is Binding and Final, Allay Market Rumour and Speculation

TOKYO, and NEW DELHI, India, July 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Following intense speculation in sections of the media and the stock market, Daiichi Sankyo Company, Limited (TSE: 4568.JP) ("Daiichi Sankyo") and Ranbaxy Laboratories Limited (NSE/BSE: Ranbaxy/500359) ("Ranbaxy") reiterate that the agreemen...

Looking Older Than You Are May Have Little to Do With Wrinkles

... gets, the worse it gets, is how she phrased the dilemma. "By correcting early with smaller volume treatments, you can slow the aging process and allay the need for major procedures later on. It really is a 'worse begets worse' scenario because once the skin begins to lose its support system through n...

Nanoemulsion vaccines show increasing promise

...t could be a safer way to protect citizens and health care workers in the event of a bioterrorism attack involving smallpox, Baker says. That would allay concerns about the current vaccines safety which arose in 2002. On the eve of the Iraq War, the Bush administration proposed a voluntary program to va...

Studies Offer New Insight into HIV Vaccine Development

...dapt to the human immune system as the AIDS epidemic develops, becoming less and less recognizable. Watkins said that his group's findings should help allay these fears. The UW-Madison group has been studying immunity to AIDS viruses since the early 1990s. Most recently, the researchers have been study...

Madison-based Mithridion seeks to capitalize on Alzheimer's breakthrough

...number of sufferers is due to rise. "There is enormous medical need," Twose said. "Alzheimer's is a devastating disease. Current drugs only help to allay the symptoms. What's really needed is a drug that stops the disease." Lincoln Brunner is a WTN contributing editor and can be reached at lincoln@...
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