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Bone Density Can Be Beefed Up With Twice-a-year shots

Boston - Make no bones about it – For those troubled with low bone density, now you can do something concrete about it. According to a study, Amgen Inc.'s experimental drug Denosumab taken twice a year can rejuvenate the density of bones present in the spine. // The New England Journal of Medic...

Legal and ethical issues in medical physics

...sponsible for the proper use of radioactive materials. With ongoing concerns over terrorism, the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has beefed up its rules, and it behooves medical physicists to be aware of their legal commitments. Farah Bagne ( frbagne@aol.com ) of Mercury Medical Systems in...

Katherine Staiano Joins OrthoSynetics(TM) as Marketing Coordinator

...METAIRIE, La., June 19 /PRNewswire/ -- OrthoSynetics(TM), the largest provider of business services to orthodontic and dental practices worldwide, has beefed up its marketing department by adding an experienced marketing professional to its team. Katherine Staiano has joined OrthoSynetics as Marketing Coord...

FDA Panel Recommends Enbrel for Pediatric Patients

...alignancy and serious infections like tuberculosis, according to Dow Jones . The panel's action follows an FDA announcement Monday that it wants a beefed up label on the drug, whether or not it gets expanded approval for children, to include warnings that its use could lead to children's deaths as well ...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Jan. 30, 2008

...cognized role in drug discovery. Companies based in China that undertake research projects on behalf of foreign companies have in the past three years beefed up their range of services. From Shanghai to Beijing, new companies are being launched with research capabilities that, in terms of the time it takes ...

Activated T-Cells Could Help In The Battle Against HIV

... or programmed cell death. In their dying state and with trace amounts of viral antigen still present, these CD4 cells were placed in culture with the beefed up dendritic cells. Recognizing the cells as foreign, the dendritic cells processed the antigen. Importantly, the dendritic cells presenting the HIV f...
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T cells activated to fight HIV basis for dendritic cell therapeutic vaccine

... or programmed cell death. In their dying state and with trace amounts of viral antigen still present, these CD4 cells were placed in culture with the beefed up dendritic cells. Recognizing the cells as foreign, the dendritic cells processed the antigen. Importantly, the dendritic cells presenting the HIV f...
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