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InfoLogix Selected by Gwinnett Medical Center to Transform Clinical Care Through Next-Generation Mobile Communications Solution

...dical Center is a not-for-profit healthcare network providing award-winning healthcare services to the Gwinnett community and beyond. Campuses in both duluth and Lawrenceville provide acute care, outpatient services, orthopedic and neuroscience specialty care as well as a full continuum of wellness services...

New Super Bowl Ad Reminds Minnesotans: 'We All Pay the Price for Tobacco'

...ed though a series of fast-paced, provocative images in a new spot called "Cash Register." The new spot will air during the Super Bowl in Minneapolis, duluth and Rochester, and statewide in the months to follow. Other elements of the campaign will include a website and print, online and bus ads. "Our ...

Minnesota Reaches Milestone in Goal to End Homelessness

...mmunity leaders, and housing and support services professionals gathered in duluth for Heading Home Minnesota's Marking the Midpoint. The event acknowledges t..." said Heading Home Minnesota Executive Director Kit Hadley. "And, being in duluth reminds everyone that homelessness is an issue statewide." According to W...

Study shows that administering calcium and magnesium effectively reduces neurological sensitivity

...ffectiveness of calcium plus magnesium in reducing neurotoxicity caused by oxaliplatin, says Daniel Nikcevich, M.D., Ph.D., an oncologist at St. Marys duluth Clinic in Duluth, Minn., a member of NCCTG and study co-chair. We designed a double-blind, placebo-controlled study that confirmed the effectivene...
Duluth in Medical Dictionary

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Duluth in Biological News

PETA awards $120,000 to Duluth Foundation for advancing non-animal tests

Duluth, Minn. Tomorrow, PETA will donate $120,000 to the Duluth-based International QSAR Foundation to Reduce Animal Testing to further its important work aimed at improving toxicity testing and saving the lives of millions of animals who are routinely maimed and killed in laboratory experiments....

International scientists tackle obstacles to treating brain disorders

...ome the blood-brain barrier, said Lester Drewes, Ph.D., professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at the University of Minnesota Medical School, duluth campus. The review has resulted in a number of recommendations to establish and fund research centers that will focus on overcoming these barriers. Dr...

Mustafa al'Absi Ph.D. and national team awarded major NIH grant

...es and Psychosocial Stress. alAbsi is a professor and founding director of duluth Medical Research Institute at the University of Minnesota Medical SchoolDul...nd Sharon Allen, M.D., Ph.D., who will coordinate the medical monitoring in duluth and Minneapolis, and Lorentz E. Wittmers Jr. M.D., Ph.D., who will assist i...

What animals can tell us about hemorrhage, organ transplants and aging

...cousins live only three? Birds live longer than their ultra-high metabolic rates would predict? Matthew T. Andrews of the University of Minnesota duluth and Hannah V. Carey of the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine are the organizers of the suspended animation symposium. This and a s...
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TDS trades markets to gain Duluth presence

TDS Metrocom, a telecom serving five states with headquarters in Madison, said it has agreed to trade five markets to a Portland firm for Duluth, Minnesota. In exchange for acquiring most of the customers Integra Telecom Inc. has in the Duluth area, TDS will hand over Fargo and Grand Forks in No...

Cardium Launches New AWARE Clinical Study Website

...ine (Maine Medical Center, Portland); Michigan (William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak); Minnesota (Minneapolis Heart Institute, Minneapolis; St. Mary's duluth Clinic, Duluth); Missouri (St. Anthony's Medical Center, St. Louis; St. Lukes Hospital, Kansas City); Nebraska (BryanLGH Heart Institute, Lincoln; The...

Stay in the driver's seat, but don't ditch technology

...series on the business impacts of technology , I had one of those moments. Mike is the executive vice president of brand marketing and creative at duluth Trading Company and not what you'd normally call an IT guy. He said, "If a technology has any real impact, then it will have real impact on your organ...

API announces major healthcare contracts

...es to more than 30,000 employees. Hospitals recently purchasing API software include: St. Alexius Medical Center -- Bismarck, N.D. St. Mary's duluth Clinic Health System -- Duluth, Minn. Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services -- Madison, Wis. Southwest Washington Medical Center -- V...
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