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New Surgical Device Revolutionizes Face Lifts, Abdominoplasty and Breast Reduction Surgery Promising Patients Quicker Recovery Time, Less Pain and Fewer Bruises

...ousewives of New Jersey .He was also was voted Bergen County's number one plastic surgeon by the Bergen Record. For more information contact, Anne carbone at the Robert Zubowski, M.D. Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 201-261-7550. ### Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releas...

American Academy of Disaster Medicine's (AADM) President Comments on U.S. Public Health System, Discusses Swine Flu Infection and Prevention

...available on AAPS . Contact: Gary M. Klein, MD, MPH, MBA, CHS-V President, American Academy of Disaster Medicine (770) 842-8749 William J. carbone CEO, American Association of Physician Specialties (AAPS) (404) 550-2425 Timothy Bell Director of Government Affairs, American Association of P...

Wine Color Won't Change Breast Cancer Risk

... SOURCES: Polly Newcomb, Ph.D., program head, cancer prevention, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and senior scientist, Paul P. carbone Comprehensive Cancer Center, University of Washington, Seattle; Virginia Kalkalmani, M.D., oncologist, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago; March ...

Center for Health Enhancement Systems Studies awarded $8.6 million NIH grant

...he UW School of Medicine and Public Health and Lori DuBenski serve as co-principal investigators for this study. Cleary is also a researcher at the UW carbone Comprehensive Cancer Center. "Interactive Cancer Communication Systems' Directed Physical Activity Enhancement for Colon Cancer Survivors." This pr...

American Cancer Society Honors Outstanding Contributions to Fight Against Cancer

...son, M.S.S.W., of Wisconsin, Distinguished Scientist and recently retired director of the Pain and Policy Studies Group at the University of Wisconsin carbone Comprehensive Cancer Center was recognized with the Distinguished Service Award for dedicating his career to improving cancer pain management. Mr. Jor...

Scientists Develop 'Natural' Protection for Stored Foods

...ood against contamination and spoilage. "As they degrade in the presence of water and/or enzymes, they slowly release their active antimicrobials," carbone explained. "A slow and controlled release of the food-based antimicrobial would offer great advantages in the food industry, providing protection over...

"Pre-treatment Blood Test" A New Guide to Lung Cancer Therapy

...for identifying these patients prior to treatment, carbone said. Investigators at Vanderbilt-Ingram, ...od) or not likely to benefit (poor) from the TKIs, carbone said. The method was highly successful in predicti...est the prediction algorithm in a prospective way, carbone said. If it holds up, we will be able to s...

Green Tea and COX-2 Inhibitors Combine to Slow Growth of Prostate Cancer

...e powerful than either agent alone,” said Hasan Mukhtar, Ph.D., professor of dermatology at the University of Wisconsin and member of Wisconsin’s Paul carbone Comprehensive Cancer Center. “We hope that a clinical trial could lead to a preventative treatment as simple as tea time.” Previous research has...

Active Lifestyle Reduces Risk of Invasive Breast Cancer

...t cancer, according to Amy Trentham-Dietz assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and member of the University of Wisconsin Paul P. carbone Comprehensive Cancer Center. Other potential mechanisms include prevention of weight gain, regulation of insulin sensitivity and alterations in immune...

Breast Cancer may Be Prevented by Exercise

...ikely offers protection against breast cancer regardless of a woman's stage in life," researcher Brian Sprague, of the University of Wisconsin Paul P. carbone Comprehensive Cancer Center, said in an American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) news release. "The take-home message for women should be...
Carbone in Medical Technology

First Skin Cancer Patients Treated With Electronic Brachytherapy (eBx) At University of Wisconsin Riverview Cancer Center

...er Riverview Founded in 2003, the University of Wisconsin Cancer Center Riverview is affiliated with the world renowned University of Wisconsin carbone Cancer Center in Madison, WI. In November 2006 the Riverview center became the first in central Wisconsin to treat patients with helical tomotherapy, ...

EntreMed Commences Continuous Dosing Clinical Trial For MKC-1

...e inhibitor, MKC-1, in patients with advanced or metastatic solid tumors. The clinical trial will be conducted at the University of Wisconsin, Paul P. carbone Comprehensive Cancer Center. Dr. Glenn Liu, Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Wisconsin, will serve as principal investigator. (Logo: ...

TREANDA Demonstrates Substantial Efficacy in Patients with Relapsed Indolent Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma

...er is progressing after treatment with rituximab," said Brad Kahl, MD, Associate Professor, Director Lymphoma Service, University of Wisconsin Paul P. carbone Comprehensive Cancer Center, and the lead investigator of this study. "Because many patients with NHL eventually become resistant to treatment with ri...

Onconase has Potential as Chemopreventive Agent in Mesothelioma, Reports World-Renowned Mesothelioma Researcher at AACR Annual Meeting

... to world-renowned mesothelioma researcher Michele carbone M.D., Ph.D., at this week's American Association f...eeting. In a series of poster presentations, Dr. carbone highlighted the growing worldwide problem of asbes...posure and its link to malignant mesothelioma. Dr. carbone presented data that show the early detection in pa...
Carbone in Biological News

Landon Foundation-AACR INNOVATOR Awards

...wide cancer community, said Foti. The work of Dr. carbone and his team illustrates a commitment to all of th...sing research that spans two continents. carbone and his team of international collaborators have d...g that covers most of the body's internal organs. carbone and colleagues have identified exposure to erionit...

Scientists discover way to block growth of prostate cancer cells

... now, the pathway involved was unknown." Dr Basu is an associate scientist and principal investigator in the Prostate Cancer Group at the Paul P. carbone Comprehensive Cancer Center, Madison, WI, USA. He and his collaborators at the centre found that levels of a key enzyme, spermidine/spermine acetyl t...

New angiogenesis finding may help fight cancer growth

...tumor growth in cancer patients, says Emery Bresnick, the senior author on the study, a professor of pharmacology and member of the UW-Madison Paul P. carbone Comprehensive Cancer Center. The research, published in the Journal of Cell Biology on Sept. 25, is the first to connect a particular nervous-sys...
Carbone in Biological Technology

Visions: Carbone bullish on Wisconsin venture capital

Carbone Baird Venture Partners , the U.S. venture fund of the Baird Private Equity platform, has followed up on its presence in China by partnering with the Indian investment and advisory firm Tholons, Inc. , to serve portfolio companies as they establish a foothold in the Indian market. In t...

PURE Bioscience Board Appoints John J. Carbone, MD to Board of Directors

...has been appointed to the Board of Directors. Dr. carbone fills the vacancy left by the resignation of Murra... develop a market for SDC in healthcare." Dr. carbone stated, "I have always been fascinated with new te...nd commercialization of SDC in medicine." Dr. carbone is a Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon and a Fell...

Milwaukee Company Raises $90 million VC Fund for Midwest Projects

...hanced its ability to invest in and support high-growth companies, said Paul J. Carbone, co-director of Baird Private Equity and BVP managing partner. carbone also noted that BVP has added several investment professionals to its staff to support the increased level of venture activity. We continue to be o...

ProCertus BioPharm secures $2.3M in financing

... to his executive position with ProCertus, Fahl is a professor of oncology at the McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research, which is part of the Paul P. carbone Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison . McArdle Laboratory has a history of cancer discoveries, including the develo...
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