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Cipro Has Cheaper Cousins to Treat Anthrax

Cipro, Cipro, Cipro. That's been the mantra of the media as dozens of people exposed to anthrax -- and thousands who weren't -- clamor for the potent antibiotic. But if the supply dwindles, doctors say other cheaper and widely available medications can be used, including a previous generation's won...

Pelosi Remarks at Press Conference Today on Health Care Reform and Medical Costs

...tail of chemo required these mega anti-nausea drugs and they were $500 a shot -- $500 a round for each chemo. I had six rounds of chemo. I had to call cousins in Canada to see if I could get it cheaper because I couldn't afford it because my insurance company wouldn't pay for the chemo drugs -- the anti-naus...

Econo Lodge Hotels Team with Strikeouts For Troops to Help Consumers Send Personal 'Thank You' Notes to U.S. Armed Forces

...rful nation." "My Dear Soldier: Thank you so much for protecting our country." "To the mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. . .thank you." These are just a few of the hundreds of personalized "Thank You" messages from the public that were sen...

$11.5 Million in New Support to the Greater Grady Campaign

... care system and their belief that Grady is headed in the right direction," said Tom Bell, chair of the Greater Grady Campaign and Chairman and CEO of cousins Properties. "I think everyone involved with the Campaign is delighted with the success we've had so far." "The Greater Grady Campaign" received ...

UT Southwestern's Olson wins prestigious French award for heart research

...requent form of birth defect. Most recently, Dr. Olson has turned his attention to distinctive forms of ribonucleic acid called microRNAs, chemical cousins of DNA, which are increasingly recognized to activate, turn off or fine-tune various functions in cells. Several novel therapeutics based on Dr. Ol...

Why Chimps, Monkeys Don't Develop Alzheimer's

...ced a curious phenomenon among primates: Humans get the devastating neurological disorder known as Alzheimer's disease, but their closest evolutionary cousins don't. Even more inexplicable is the fact that chimpanzee and other non-human primate brains do get clogged with the same protein plaques that ar...

Inbreeding May Have Doomed Spain's Habsburg Dynasty

...and colleagues examined the Habsburg family tree through more than 3,000 people, going back 16 generations. They aimed to figure out how inbreeding -- cousins marrying cousins, for example, and uncles marrying nieces -- may have affected the family's health. The team found that the final Habsburg ruler, C...

Rotator Cuff Tears: Are They All in the Family?

...ncreased risk for these tears in family members of patients with rotator cuff tears. The risk extends out and beyond third-cousin relationships (Third cousins are the great-great-grandchildren of one's great-great-grandparents.) "While we have not determined the exact genetic component," said Dr. Tashji...

Scripps research scientists model 3D structures of proteins that control human clock

.... "This is an amazing, and very puzzling, family of proteins, because they do one thing in plants and quite a different thing in mammals, yet these cousins all have the same structure and need the same cofactor, or chemical compound, to become activated," Getzoff says. "All of these proteins were prob...

Teenage stress has implications for adult health

...ed inflammation, which places individuals at risk for the later development of cardiovascular disease," said Fuligni, who is also a member of the UCLA cousins Center for Psychoneuroimmunology and the UCLA Center for Culture and Health. The results are also interesting because they suggest that the asso...
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American Academy Of Orthopaedic Surgeons 2009 Annual Meeting 'Highlights and Hot Topics'

... an increased risk for others on the same family tree to also develop a torn rotator cuff. This risk extends out to third-cousin relationships (Third cousins are the great-great-grandchildren of one's great-great-grandparents). Researchers found that if any relative, even distant, suffered a rotator cuff i...

Good Samaritan Hospital Launches High Risk Breast Cancer Program at Good Samaritan North Health Center

...ation, she was cancer free. When she was originally diagnosed, no one in her family had any form of breast cancer. Within three years, however, five cousins on her father's side had been diagnosed with either melanoma or breast cancer. Blum began to worry about the possibility of a recurrence of her cancer...

Clinical Lab Products Magazine Features Biomoda

...s still localized is 50 percent. Presently, only 16% of lung cancer cases are diagnosed at this early stage. For more information contact: John cousins 505-821-0875 investor@biomoda.com Forward Looking Statement All statements in this press release that are not historical are forward-looking ...

FDA Reviewing Biomoda Submission for Cancer Screening Study

...s still localized is 50 percent. Presently, only 16% of lung cancer cases are diagnosed at this early stage. For more information contact: John cousins 505-821-0875 investor@biomoda.com Forward Looking Statement All statements in this press release that are not historical are forward-looking ...

Small Business Innovation Research Program Awards Grant to Biomoda

...cancer cases are diagnosed at this early stage. Biomoda's technology was originally developed at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Contact: John cousins 505-821-0875 investor@biomoda.com Forward-Looking Statements All statements in this press release that are not historical...

Biomoda to Present Paper on Enhanced Technology for Early Detection of Lung Cancer at Annual SWARM Meeting

...nstance J. Dorian, Director of Technical Operations; and Stephen M. Gomez, Ph.D., Senior Research Specialist. For more information contact: John cousins Biomoda, Inc. 505-821-0875 verrityg@biomoda.com ...
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CU-Boulder study shows 53 million-year-old high Arctic mammals wintered in darkness

... Ancestors of tapirs and ancient cousins of rhinos living above the Arctic Circle 53 million years ago endured six months of darkness each year in a far milder climate than today that feature...

Rotator cuff tears: Are they all in the family?

...ncreased risk for these tears in family members of patients with rotator cuff tears. The risk extends out and beyond third-cousin relationships (Third cousins are the great-great-grandchildren of one's great-great-grandparents.) "While we have not determined the exact genetic component," said Dr. Tashjia...

Laughter remains good medicine

...d shows like Candid Camera. Ultimately, the disease went into remission and cousins wrote a paper that was published in the New England Journal of Medicine ...edicine. Background The unscientific foundation that was laid down by cousins was taken up by many medical researchers including the academic medical res...

Laughter remains good medicine

...d shows like Candid Camera. Ultimately, the disease went into remission and cousins wrote a paper that was published in the New England Journal of Medicine ...edicine. Background The unscientific foundation that was laid down by cousins was taken up by many medical researchers including the academic medical res...

The secret to chimp strength

...inder that chimps are much stronger than humansas much as four-times stronger, some researchers believe. But what is it that makes our closest primate cousins so much stronger than we are? One possible explanation is that great apes simply have more powerful muscles. Indeed, biologists have uncovered differe...

A natural approach for HIV vaccine

...verse team of antibodies in "slow-progressing" HIV patients whose coordinated pack hunting knocks down the virus just as well as their super-antibody cousins fighting solo. By showcasing the dynamic, natural immune response in these exceptional patients, the research, led by Michel C. Nussenzweig, Sherm...

CSHL researchers identify gene that helps plant cells keep communication channels open

...ll death, and gene expression. In addition to protecting plants against oxidative damage, as the CSHL scientists have shown, thioredoxin-m3 and its cousins might have other specific functions in different stages of plant development in different tissues and under different physiological conditions. Knowin...

Pubic hair provides evolutionary home for gorilla lice

...ts of our ancient common ancestor. My 'eureka moment' came, appropriately enough, in the shower: although naked apes have pubic hair, surely our hairy cousins don't?" Pthirus pubis , popularly known as crabs, evolved from the structurally similar gorilla louse, Pthirus gorillae. Interestingly however, w...

Genome sequence shows sorghum's immense potential

...ols from the sequencing change that, it'll improve millions of people's lives." The sorghum that Paterson studied is drought tolerant, but its wild cousins can survive on even less water and resist more diseases and pests. Breeders can use the sequence as a tool to blend desirable traits into more improve...

'New' estrogen receptor found to be key player in tamoxifen resistance

...ny more "gamma" estrogen-related receptors, which tamoxifen seems to activate. These two receptors are not closely related they are more like distant cousins than siblings, researchers say, adding that understanding how these gamma estrogen-related receptors work may eventually help in designing new, more e...
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Biomoda Appoints Three Business Leaders to Board of Directors

...Biomoda's technology was originally developed at Los Alamos National Laboratory. For more information contact: John cousins Biomoda, Inc. 505-821-0875 investor@biomoda.com Forward-Looking Statement All statements in this press release that are not historical are ...

When it Comes to Going Green, These N.C. Scientists are Singing the Blues

...al research that will prevent future harvesting from the ocean. MARBIONC has the nation's largest collection of marine microorganisms whose land-based cousins account for 70 percent of all antibiotics in existence. Most recently, they patented a treatment for cystic fibrosis with a molecule derived from Flor...

Biomoda Hires Manzano Strategies LLC to Spearhead Government Affairs Efforts

... disease is still localized is 50 percent. At the present time, only 16 percent of lung cancer cases are diagnosed at this early stage. Contact: John cousins (505) 821-0875 ...

UW-Madison spinoff Pedrus finds more to business planning than good science

...rch on proteins that could be used to stop the interactions between viruses and the cells they were infecting. Attached to peptides proteins' smaller cousins these proteins would be absorbed into the cells and shut down the viruses. Almost accidentally, the researchers found that the peptides alone, use...

Line between big pharma, big biotech continues to blur

...e, the valuation of the pharma industry approaches three to five times sales for many companies. Biotech multiples resemble that of their high-tech cousins with multiple of seven to 10 or more. A June 1 analysis by the biotech publication Genetic Engineering News looked at the market valuation of the to...
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Insectivores

...ude ground-living, burrowing, climbing and even semiaquatic species. ... Insectivores are less complicated than their herbivorous and carnivorous cousins ... is the key to the insectivores ' success and with their outstanding vision ... Learn about mammal body basics. ... Classification. Insectivor...

Consanguinity

... or table of consanguinity , is helpful in identifying the degree ... Such cousins have double the consanguinity of ordinary cousins and are as ... Consanguinity is the quality of being descended from th...
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