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Accumetrics, Inc. Announces Distribution Channels in Israel and Cyprus

SAN DIEGO, June 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Accumetrics, Inc. announces today it has signed new distribution agreements for its VerifyNow(R) System in both Israel and Cyprus. Medtechnica, Ltd. will oversee distribution of all VerifyNow products in Israel, while Z.S. Curemed, Ltd. will be the sole distribut...

University of Pittsburgh Medical Center to Manage New Health Center in Cyprus

- The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) and Paphos Plantations Ltd. (PPL) - a member of the Leptos Group - announced today that they are collaborating to develop a world-class health care center in Paphos, Cyprus, designed to offer a wide range of medical services to both local resid...

SpectraScience Secures Distribution for WavSTAT(R) Cancer Diagnosis System in Greece & Cyprus

SAN DIEGO, Feb. 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- SpectraScience, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: SCIE), a San Diego based medical device company, today announced that it has established a distribution partnership for the Greek and Cyprus markets through M.S. Jacovides Hellas S.A . , an Athens-based firm spe...

LA BioMed President and CEO will be named president of the American Judicature Society

...es of the League of Women Voters Education Fund. She has served as an NGO/nonprofit consultant with the U.S. Department of State in Bosnia, Turkey, cyprus and India. She is a graduate of Coro, a public policy training program, and is a member of Pacific Council on International Policy. Wagner Vallianos r...

Be a Part of the 1st World MS Day - May 27, 2009

... In Mumbai and Delhi , India , human chains will be formed. In Norway , a research conference will occur. In Greece and cyprus , concerts will be offered. To Join the Global Movement to End MS and for further information on World MS Day and the events occurring to mar...

IDE Technologies Signs Contract Worth Over 100 Million Euros to Supply a Desalination Plant to Australia

...technologies implemented by IDE in its projects worldwide, for example in the plants in Ashkelon and Hadera (over 100 million cubic meters/year each), cyprus (20 million cubic meters /year) and in Eilat (3.6 million cubic meters/year). This project is one of the most complex in the world and one of the la...

IVF Tourism Marred by Ethical Differences in EU

...ge in the law that gives children born through egg or sperm donation the right to trace their biological parents. Many of them are traveling to Spain, cyprus and Eastern Europe. Germany and Italy, for example, ban embryo-freezing, egg donation and embryo-screening for inherited diseases, forcing couple...

Obesity - A Major Crisis

...ealth crisis but also a social crisis.// The available data show that among the European Union countries like England, Slovakia, Germany, Greek, cyprus Czech Republic had the highest number of obese adults. A recent study shows that it is not just the adults but also the young children among whom this...

Cyprus Reports H5N1 Strain In Birds

... Domestic birds in cyprus are reported to be infected with the H5N1 strain, ...d in the northern parts of the island. // Northern cyprus where the infection was detected attracts as many ...es in Turkey. Animal products imports from Turkish cyprus have already been banned by the EU. Authorities o...

Adrenal Suppression not predicted by inhaled corticosteroids

...e main researchers were Kostas N. Priftis (Department of Allergology-Pulmonology, Penteli Children's Hospital, P. Penteli, Greece) and colleagues from cyprus and Greece. They studied if impairment of growth of these children can predict adrenal function suppression. To test the hypothesis low dose syn...
Cyprus in Biological News

European Union forests expanding, absorbing carbon at surprisingly high rate: study

...and absorb a large part of national emissions. At the other end of the scale are lightly-forested countries such as Belgium, Ireland, the Netherlands, cyprus and Denmark. The new paper builds on work reported last year by Prof. Kauppi and international collaborators, who revealed the shift from deforesta...

Mining biotech's data mother lode

... The BioGrid project brought together six partners from the UK, Germany, cyprus and The Netherlands to address one of the key problems facing the life sciences today. "How to integrate the huge volume of disparate data ?on gene ...
Cyprus in Biological Technology

Orthocrat Announces Successful Implementation of TraumaCad at UPMC Mercy

...ps with some of the world's leading multinational corporations and expanding into international markets, including Italy, Ireland, the United Kingdom, cyprus and Qatar. For more information about UPMC, visit our Web site at www.upmc.com . Media Contacts Randy Ziegler, Orthocrat    Dire...

Cyprus and Ireland Add Wyeth's 7-Valent Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine (PCV7) to Their National Immunisation Schedules

...venar Vaccine to Help Protect Children Against the Leading Vaccine-Preventable Cause of Death in Young Children Worldwide Wyeth today announced that cyprus and the Republic of Ireland have initiated national immunisation programmes (NIPs) for infants and young children against pneumococcal disease by addi...

2006: A mixed blessing for Midwest life science companies

...zed this movement with its anthem Peace Train. Cat Stevens (59) was born as Steve Georgiou in London, England on July 21, 1947. His father was from cyprus (Greek Orthodox) and his mother from Sweden (Baptist background), but he grew up primarily with British culture in post-World War II London, and with ...
Cyprus in Biological Definition

Eugenics

...reening policy (including pre-natal screening and abortion ) intended to reduce the incidence of thalassemia exists on both sides of the island of cyprus . Since the program's implementation in the 1970s , it has reduced the ratio of children born with the hereditary blood disease from 1 out of every ...
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