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When A Prince Chose To Help Indian Couple

Mohammad Shakeel Ahmad and Rabia Khatoon's joy knew no bounds when they got the news that Abu Dhabi's crown prince had come forward to pay for the surgery to separate their conjoined twins.// 'It is a miracle a crown prince sitting thousands of miles away has offered to help us,' Khatoon, the...

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

...ng needs of 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 de...

What you eat depends on with whom you eat

...gs in three large university cafeterias with a wide choice of food options and dining companions, Young found that women who ate with a male companion chose foods of significantly lower caloric value than did women who were observed eating with another woman. What's more, when women ate in mixed-gender...

Mobile Surgery International Assembles Team of Nationally Recognized Orthopedic Surgeons

...tainment to patients. It sent an uninsured American and his American surgical team to Trinidad . In so doing, MSI delivered the treatment the patient chose and cut his cost by more than 50%. About Mobile Surgery International: MSI offers patients and payers from anywhere in the world surgical cho...

Compirion and Anderson Surgery Center Reduce OR Inefficiencies and Improve Finances

...dmit time from 5.6 hours to 2.95 hours while increasing Billable Patient Volume 11%. Based on the success of that project, hospital leadership again chose to place their trust in Compirion. Compirion sent a team of consultants to work onsite with management, staff and physicians from Surgical, Pre...

PracticeMatch Announces Departure From Physician Recruiting

...of the recruitment arena was based on our ongoing efforts to serve the needs of our customers," said Charlie Holland, President of PracticeMatch. "We chose to focus on what we do best - providing data to our in-house recruiter client base." PracticeMatch's line of sourcing and data services include...

"Jesse's Story" to Open The 10th Annual Malibu Film Festival

...ve minutes of meeting Jesse, I forgot he was in a wheelchair and was truly inspired to live my "life to the fullest". It's for that reason I chose to spend 8 years of my life bringing the story of Jesse Billauer to audiences." The documentary stars Jesse Billauer and features, Christophe...

RealMed Named Exclusive Medical Claims Clearinghouse for Physicians by Adventist Health System

...hrough our cost-effective and enhanced productivity solutions." According to Tim Reiner, Senior Revenue Officer at Adventist Health System, "We chose RealMed because its subscription covers many of our practices' key Revenue Management services at a reasonable monthly price. They have a true softwar...

How Do Our Attitudes About Beauty Change As We Age?

...ost concerned about?'' While respondents primarily chose their face, significantly more respondents are con...roughout the decades:   30s - 37% chose abdomen/hips as their top concern while only 18% chose breasts 40s - 32% selected abdomen/hips and only...

New InfoLogix M24 Mobile Clinical Assistant Will Enable Hospitals to Access Electronic Medical Records (EMR) Directly at the Point of Care

... mobility solutions, InfoLogix has a unique understanding of how mobility challenges affect healthcare organizations, and we're pleased that InfoLogix chose to base the new InfoLogix M24 on the MCA reference design." About InfoLogix, Inc. InfoLogix is a leading provider of enterprise mobility so...
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DNA Helps Reunite Children With Their Families

...it would be impossible to bring them home. Perhaps an international DNA database would help reunite these children with their families. Lorente chose to collaborate with the UNT Health Science Center because of its reputation as a world-renowned center for human identification. The Center has been r...

PARI LC Plus and PRONEB Ultra Used in Two Perforomist Studies on Improving COPD Therapies

... used to show that nebulized formoterol fumarate (Perforomist, DEY LP, Mylan Inc.) improves pulmonary function. "We are pleased that researchers chose PARI products as the exclusive nebulizer systems for recent studies comparing maintenance treatments for COPD. Sutherland et al. used an open-label c...

Cytel Signs Cooperative Research And Development Agreement With FDA Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH)

...n, and Chief Technology Officer, will lead the development effort as Cytel Principal Investigator. Dr. Patel commented, "We are honored that CDRH chose Cytel as their partner for developing validated, documented, and commercially available Bayesian software. The CRADA is completely aligned with our vi...

Back to Normal: Surgery Improves Outcomes for Spine Patients

...aid Dr. Weinstein. "Patients felt relief faster and at two and four years, reported better function, less pain, and higher satisfaction than those who chose to go the non-surgical route." Approximately 80 percent of Americans suffer from back pain at some point in their lives. Back pain is the most co...

Study Confirms Effectiveness of Innovative Prism Glasses For Hemianopia Patients

...rceived direction (caused by brain remapping), and perceived improvement in quality of life. The research team found that 67 percent of patients chose to continue to wear the glasses at the end of the study. They also found that all patients had expansion of their visual field of about 22 degrees and...

Novel Vaccine Approach Offers Hope in Fight Against HIV

...e laboratory, DNA representing SIV-specific immunoadhesins was engineered into a carrier virus designed to deliver the DNA to monkeys. The researchers chose adeno-associated virus (AAV) as the carrier virus because it is a very effective way to insert DNA into the cells of a monkey or human. In the se...

University of California Los Angeles Selects Velos eResearch

...avid Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA . A UCLA selection committee chose Velos eResearch because the system offered the best core functionality for ...in, associate director of the cancer center's Informatics Division, "but we chose to start with the areas of highest need." Improving the cancer center'...

QuatRx Completes Enrollment of Ophena(TM)(Ospemifene Tablets) Final Pivotal Phase 3 Study in Women with Postmenopausal Vaginal Atrophy

...se of either Ophena(TM) or placebo in the second Phase 3 clinical trial. Due to the high level of interest from patients and physicians, the Company chose to exceed its enrollment target of 750 patients. The Company expects to complete the study in late summer-2009 and these data, together with results f...

First Year Results of the AXA Research Fund: Over Euro 13 Million Allocated for Research in 2008

... 28 postdoctoral fellowships of Euro 60,000 each 30 doctoral fellowships of Euro 120,000 each " The AXA Research Fund chose to help outstanding institutions widen their reach in a sustainable manner, through capital endowments, a tool that is very new to Western Europe ,...

DaVita Abstracts Highlight Latest Research Developments at Annual Dialysis Conference

...uch as infection or clotting, in comparison to any other access choices. The abstract also indicates 35 percent of all EMPOWER educated patients chose a home modality, reflecting a stronger sense of patient independence and desire to be actively involved in their own care. In addition to the ab...
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Portable Drug Companion Pharmacology Suite

Description:... Portable Drug Companion is a comprehensive, authoritative drug reference to chose from over 5,500 entries, with overdose management, Canadian drug names, OTC and herbal remedies. This "Mini-Suite" of drug references and tools is inc...
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Drug-proof zebrafish reveal secrets of addiction

...t appeared to be normal in all other ways. As amphetamine is experienced as pleasurable, amphetamine response was determined by measuring whether fish chose to move to a half of the tank where the drug had been given out. By comparing these drug-proof nad mutants to fish with a normal response, Webb and...

High-tech vehicle design boosts emergency rescue capacity

...h others' knowhow System Strobel worked very closely with EMPL on the vehicle development, particularly on the adaption of the Unimog subframe. "We chose to work together because we benefited from each others' know how," explains Strobel. "EUREKA helped us find funding and was an excellent partner." Mor...

International research team seeks to unravel flatworm regeneration

...e small RNAs and especially microRNAs (miRNAs). Of the hundreds of known planarian species the team of researchers from Germany, the US and Canada chose Schmidtea mediterranea. Full 30 percent of the cells of this species consists of stem cells, making it a unique model system to investigate the functi...

Reveal the enemy

...ned and made to bind a specific target molecule. An aptamer that specifically binds to salmonella has recently been developed. The Spanish researchers chose to use this aptamer for their biosensor. By means of additional functional groups, they securely anchored the aptamers to carbon nanotubes, which were...

ACS Technologies(TM) Selects M2SYS for Innovative Biometric Software

...PINs. "We carefully evaluated a number of biometric software providers," states Marvin Owen, vice president of ACS Technologies, "and ultimately chose M2SYS because of their ease of adoption, robust functionality, and competitive pricing structure. We are excited about bringing this technology to our...

Clinical trial shows quadriplegics can operate powered wheelchair with tongue drive system

...he Tongue Drive for wheeled mobility were published in the June 2009 issue of the journal IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering . Ghovanloo chose the tongue to operate the system because unlike hands and feet, which are controlled by the brain through the spinal cord, the tongue is directly conn...

Axel Ullrich named winner of 2009 Dr. Paul Janssen Award for Biomedical Research

...0 medicines he developed are on the World Health Organization's list of essential medicines." "Johnson & Johnson is pleased the Selection Committee chose Dr. Ullrich as the recipient of the 2009 Dr. Paul Janssen Award, as we believe that his discoveries capture the spirit and legacy of Dr. Paul," said P...

Will IVF work for a particular patient? The answer may be found in her blood

...tients but not for others. Previous work in this area has looked at gene profiles in such tissues as the uterine lining, but Dr. Allen and her team chose to examine the gene expression patterns in RNA extracted from peripheral (circulating) blood, an easily accessible biological sample. Blood samples we...

Toxic molecule may help birds 'see' north and south

...the same ability to see Earth's electromagnetic field, Schulten said. "Our bodies try to play it safe," he said. "It might be that human evolution chose longevity over orientational ability." ...

Research uncovers clues to virus-cancer link

...hed June 4 in the journal Blood, the team looked for the presence of tumor suppressor mRNAs in primary effusion lymphoma and Kaposi's Sarcoma. "We chose these two cancers because, while they are both associated with the same virus, they occur in very different types of cells," Dittmer noted. His tea...
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Junying Yu, Leading Stem Cell Researcher, Joins Cellular Dynamics International

...rs at UW, and I am excited to continue the relationship," said Dr. Thomson, CDI's Chief Scientific Officer. "Junying could have gone anywhere, but she chose CDI, an endorsement of which I am proud. I have always been optimistic in CDI's success, however now I have great confidence. If Junying takes on a pr...

Instrumentation Laboratory to Announce 'Passion & Results' Award Winners

...to celebrate our 50th anniversary." Ramon Benet, Vice President of Worldwide Marketing and US Sales and Service at IL, added, "The individuals we chose truly embody the spirit of the award and reflect the values we bring to the industry in the development of our products -- a continued commitment to i...

Accuri Cytometers Completes $4 Million Series D Financing

...r commercial presence globally," said Jennifer Baird, CEO of Accuri. "In these challenging times, we are gratified that all of our existing investors chose to participate in the Series D financing at a higher valuation. We are especially pleased that the InvestMichigan! Program, co-managed by Credit Suis...

Video: Axel Ullrich Named Winner of 2009 Dr. Paul Janssen Award for Biomedical Research

...cines he developed are on the World Health Organization's list of essential medicines." "Johnson & Johnson is pleased the Selection Committee chose Dr. Ullrich as the recipient of the 2009 Dr. Paul Janssen Award, as we believe that his discoveries capture the spirit and legacy of Dr. Paul," said P...

Galichia Heart Hospital Partners with Mobile Surgery International to Develop Wichita-based Center of Excellence with Global Convenience(TM)

...nts. It sent an uninsured American and his American surgical team to Trinidad in the West Indies. In so doing, MSI delivered the treatment the patient chose and cut his cost by more than half. Galichia Heart Hospital is an 82-bed full-service, acute care hospital located in Wichita, Kan. With a sta...

Springborn Deploys eStudy(TM) Hosted Solution for Management of Global Environmental Testing

...esting in technology," commented Susan Shepherd, Springborn's Director of Ecotoxicology . After careful due diligence and pilot testing, Springborn chose to implement eStudy. "Although the investment is significant, we strongly believe the invested capital and time will add value to our customers. Our ...

Human Genome Sciences Reports Positive Long-Term Data for BENLYSTA(TM) (Formerly LymphoStat-B(R)) in Patients With Active Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

...addition to standard-of-care therapy. At the end of 52 weeks, 345 patients chose to participate in an optional 24-week extension phase of the study, during which all patients received belimumab. At Week 76, 296 patients chose to remain on belimumab treatment in an open-label long-term continuation ph...

Pharmacyclics Files Registration Statement for Rights Offering

...ding common stock. The reason the company decided to raise up to $24 million in this offering was to ensure that in the event other shareholders chose not to exercise their rights, Mr. Duggan would still be able to participate up to his proportionate 27% interest and provide Pharmacyclics with suffic...

Penguin Computing Forms OEM Agreement with Applied Biosystems for Scyld ClusterWare

...ary and secondary analysis tasks such as image processing and sequence alignment. "After evaluating multiple cluster management products, we chose the Scyld ClusterWare for the processing of large amounts of image data. The Scyld ClusterWare contains a robust, easy-to-use and unique Single System...

Immucor and Alverno Clinical Laboratories Sign Five-Year Automation Agreement

...mplementing standardized best practices across all laboratory sites," stated Sam Terese, Chief Operating Officer of Alverno Clinical Laboratories. "We chose Immucor due to the exceptional functionality of the Echo instrument and its fit with LEAN operations as well as Immucor's commitment to improving tran...
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Human

...its intended potential for life , joy , and freedom , and instead suffers under the power of sin and death . According to the Hebrew Bible , God chose the Jews as a special people, and determined that all other people were to remain under the Noahide Laws , reflecting an emphasis on the fate of th...

Mendelian inheritance

... encountered. These traits did not appear independently, but always together with at least one other trait. Mendel could not explain what happened and chose not to mention it in his work. Today, we know that these traits are linked on the same chromosome. ...

Rudolf Steiner

...g access to the unusual forms of consciousness embodied in some of Steiner's works is not a matter of believing in or having faith in whatever Steiner chose to say about spiritual beings. It is rather that Steiner's thinking, if adequately penetrated with one's own active questioning, thinking and feeling...
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Pyruvic acid

...d is converted into pyruvic acid via the amide. ... Facile reactions of pyruvic acid under hydrothermal conditions produce a complex ... We chose pyruvic acid as the primary reactant ... Pyruvic acid products ... With these changes, more reliable determinations of pyruvic acid and...
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