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CEP America Introduces ER Forum Blog

... EMERYVILLE, Calif., June 16 /PRNewswire/ -- cep America, one of the nation's largest providers of ...ER Forum is written by the physician management of cep America, who also practice in emergency rooms from...ed by Dr. Wesley Curry, chief executive officer of cep America, highlights the impact of the recent H1N1 ...

Palomar Pomerado Health System Achieves National Recognition for Nursing Excellence by the American Nurses Credentialing Center

... cep America's Longest-Standing Client Congratulates Em... EMERYVILLE, Calif., May 13 /PRNewswire/ -- cep America, one of the nation's largest providers of ...m why they became nurses in the first place." cep America partners with emergency department leaders...

CEP America Partners With MacNeal Hospital to Provide Emergency Department Management, Staffing

... EMERYVILLE, Calif., Dec. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- cep America, one of the nation's largest providers of ...d speed of treatment in the critical care setting, cep America focuses solely on developing ED solutions ...Wesley A. Curry, FACEP, chief executive officer of cep America. "Time and again, we have been able to he...

Anti-angiogenic drugs impede chemotherapy-stimulated tumor recovery

...therapeutic drugs had variable abilities to impact cep mobilization and whether antiangiogenic drugs could block chemotherapy-induced cep responses and hence amplify their effectiveness. They found that paclitaxel rapidly induced cep mobilization whereas gemcitabine did not. They wen...

Wiley-Blackwell and U. of Penn Health System's Center for Evidence-Based Practice launch InfoPOEMs

...ublishing Director, Medicine. The partnership with cep enables us to deliver our integrated online decisi...m our unique functionality and trusted content. cep creates a forum for promoting the development of e...n the whole health system, said Craig A. Umscheid, cep Co-Director and Assistant Professor of Medicine at...

Molecule responsible for age associated macular degeneration identified

...important for producing the growth of the blood vessels. Rather, the actual cep is the cause of angiogenesis. In an attempt to block cep from triggering the angiogenesis process, 'we are now trying to find the re...

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