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Drummer Eddie Cleland Resumes Life After Brain Surgery and Tells About it at Conference

Drummer for 'Loose Chains' joins researchers, physicians, neurosurgeons and other brain tumor survivors June 13 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center LOS ANGELES, June 1 /PRNewswire/ -- It is not uncommon for musicians to have to work around scheduling conflicts, but Eddie Cleland, drumme...

Individualized treatment for heart failure is rarely available outside hospital

...ised care of patients, according to Professor John cleland from the University of Hull, UK.1 He told Heart Fa...uld radically change this situation." Professor cleland explained that the first generation of home monito...crease social inclusion. However, Professor cleland added that such a rapid technical evolution has ru...

New Book Looks at Clinical Research from the Patient's Point of View

...nosed with the disease as a college undergraduate, cleland underwent surgical removal of his testicle and 53 ...ical trial of a new chemotherapy was beginning and cleland could be one of the first people to enroll in it. ...rtain death and no other viable treatment options, cleland chose to join the trial. That was in 1973, and t...

Improving Vitamin D Levels in Aged Care Residents

...as the sole source of vitamin D are likely contributing factors. Prof cleland suggests a policy-based approach, subject to medical consent, replacing ind...te the quarterly dosing readily into their normal work patterns. Prof cleland says the study confirms that the supplement is a practical, safe, effective...

Better Screening Now Possible For ADHD In Adult Substance Users

...severity of their addiction. While the disorder is treatable, there is difficulty in diagnosing the disease among adult substance users. Charles cleland and his colleagues at National Development and Research Institutes in New York City found that a screening test originally developed for the general p...
Cleland in Biological News

Versartis presents positive preclinical data on 2 product candidates at ENDO 09

..." "Treatment of auto-inflammation in diabetes with IL-1ra has been demonstrated to increase beta-cell responsiveness in human clinical trials," Dr. cleland continued. "Our new approach with VRS-826 will provide a less frequently administered treatment that should have comparable safety to IL-1ra, which bi...

Upper Midwest forests are losing diversity, complexity, ISU study finds

... For the study, Schulte, along with Laura Merrick of Iowa State; David Mladenoff of the University of Wisconsin, Madison; and Thomas Crow and David cleland of the U.S. Forest Service, took forest composition information as described in the Public Land Survey from the mid-1800s and compared it with today's...

Global changes alter the timing of plant growth, scientists say

...wers flower later, but when we increased the concentration of carbon dioxide to simulate future conditions, the two groups flowered at the same time," cleland said. Early spring In recent decades, scientists have observed accelerated springtime developmental activity in many plant and animal species ...
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