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CellCyte Genetics Corporation: Seattle Times Erroneously Reports That CellCyte 'Closes'

BOTHELL, Wash., Dec. 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- CellCyte Genetics Corporation (CellCyte) (OTC Bulletin Board: CCYG) reports that a December 24, 2008 article published by the Seattle Times reporting on CellCyte's third quarter 2008 SEC 10Q filing incorrectly reported that CellCyte 'closes.' ...

New Survey Finds One in Four Baby Boomers Erroneously Believe They Have Coverage for Long-Term Care Expenses

AHIP urges grassroots action during Long-Term Care Awareness Week WASHINGTON, Nov. 5 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- One in four Baby Boomers erroneously believe they have coverage for long-term care expenses, according to new survey data released today by America's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP)....

Medicare Sends out Reimbursement Checks Erroneously

Around 230,000 Medicare recipients have got checks which erroneously reimburse them for monthly premiums that they paid for prescription drug coverage this year.// The checks which amount to about $215 are almost sure to leave several beneficiaries confused. In addition these checks are accomp...

Tube Feeding Error: Fatal Medical Mistakes

...as reported in 1973. In addition to this week's incident in Madrid, A.S.P.E.N. staff recently learned about the case of a young pregnant woman who was erroneously given tube feeding formula into her IV line, resulting in the death of her 35-week fetus, and shortly thereafter, her death. A.S.P.E.N. is a...

Americans United for Life: Ninth Circuit Ruling on Pharmacists Endangers Fundamental Freedoms

...supply in many parts of the nation. This is not the type of 'health-care reform' that we need." AUL Staff Counsel Mailee Smith added, "The court erroneously concluded that the Board of Pharmacy's rule does not target conscientious pharmacists, despite the fact that the rule was promulgated as a direct resu...

Health care outcome boost needs better studies

...ths may be preventable, a third of certain clinical procedures expose patients to risk without improving their health, a third of drugs are prescribed erroneously and one third of abnormal laboratory results are not chased up by clinicians in the US. QI focuses on understanding, controlling, and improving work p...

Cimzia(R) (certolizumab pegol) Now Available for Self-Administration in Adult Patients With Moderate to Severe Crohn's Disease

...s has been detected in patients treated with CIMZIA. There is no evidence that CIMZIA therapy has an effect on in vivo coagulation. CIMZIA may cause erroneously elevated aPTT assay results in patients without coagulation abnormalities. In controlled Crohn's clinical trials, the most common adverse events ...

UCB's CIMZIA(R) (certolizumab pegol) Approved by the U.S. FDA for Adult Patients Suffering From Moderate to Severe Rheumatoid Arthritis

...ays has been detected in patients treated with CIMZIA. There is no evidence that CIMZIA therapy has an effect on in vivo coagulation. CIMZIA may cause erroneously elevated aPTT assay results in patients without coagulation abnormalities. In controlled Crohn's clinical trials, the most common adverse event...

Do Fad Diets Really Work?

...igestion than they contain. Some 53% of the women also incorrectly pointed to high protein, low carb diets as best for weight loss. In addition, 40% erroneously believed it is necessary to eliminate sugar, such as table sugar, honey and high fructose corn syrup to lose weight. "Myths continue to gain mome...

Registered Organ Donors Near Five Million, Save 300 Lives Since 2006

...urvey found that a third of Californians who were not on the donor registry erroneously believed they were registered, with 81 percent citing a pink dot sticker and another seven percent naming a donor card erroneously as proof of their registration. "Anyone who simply has a pink dot stic...
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Video: Partnership Unites UCB with Consumer Product Innovator OXO(R)

...ays has been detected in patients treated with CIMZIA. There is no evidence that CIMZIA therapy has an effect on in vivo coagulation. CIMZIA may cause erroneously elevated aPTT assay results in patients without coagulation abnormalities. In controlled Crohn's clinical trials, the most common adverse event...
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New discovery paves the way for new diagnosis of serious lung disease

... the first phase of the autoimmune disease, that is, when the immune system erroneously attacks the body's own tissues instead of attacking foreign organisms like ..., as a model. Patients with this disease are afflicted by the immune system erroneously attacking several tissues, such as the liver, insulin-producing cells, and ...

Nitrates in vegetables protect against gastric ulcers

...hwashes can be harmful for the stomach. "Nitrates in food have long been erroneously linked to an increased risk of cancer," says Joel Petersson of Uppsala Univ...hwashes can be harmful for the stomach. "Nitrates in food have long been erroneously linked to an increased risk of cancer," says Joel Petersson of Uppsala Univ...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- April 30, 2008

...ween the early introduction of cows milk protein into an infants diet and subsequent development of the disease. In Type-1 diabetes, the immune system erroneously appears to attack and destroy insulin-producing cells in the pancreas. It usually begins in childhood, requires insulin injections, and afflicts about...

US Patent Office rejects company's claim for bean commonly grown by Latin American farmers

...d all of the patent claims for a common yellow bean that has been a familiar staple in Latin American diets for more than a century. The bean was erroneously granted patent protection in 1999, as US Patent Number 5,894,079, in a move that raised profound concerns about biopiracy and the potential abuse of i...

Scientists successfully treat new mouse model of inflammatory bowel disease

... mice were able to gain weight and survive longer. Scientists believe IBD results from the host immune system damaging the tissues of the gut while erroneously attacking food and gut microorganisms that aid food digestion. There are an estimated 500 different species of microbes living in the gut, so sorting ...

Living view in animals shows how cells decide to make proteins

...f the journal report. "Identifying which silencers are active in a given tissue or organ will ultimately help scientists understand how exons are erroneously included or excluded in various disease processes," Bonano said. For example, a cell’s decision to include exon IIIb is critical because the exo...

Hopkins researchers discover genetic switch that turns off an oxygen-poor cell's combustion engine

... genetic switch that the Hopkins researchers found deliberately shuts off the cell's mitochondrial combustion engine, which scientists had long - and erroneously -- believed ran down on its own due to lack of oxygen. "The unexpected discovery is that this genetic switch actively shuts off the mitochondrion...

'License to kill' enables powerful immune attack cells in mice

...se" that allows them to unleash their most potent attacks on enemies. This licensing process apparently helps reduce the chances that the cells will erroneously direct their firepower at the body's own tissues, according to researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. The process is ve...

NYU biologists map out early stages of embryo formation

...y help understand how human embryos develop, and may also provide new insights for cancer research since genes acting in early embryogenesis are often erroneously reactivated in cancer cells. The research is the latest in a series of studies conducted at NYU's Center for Comparative Functional Genomics in col...

Research suggests fitness of Florida panthers improved by limited breeding with Texas animals

... National Park and Big Cypress National Preserve, he said. Pimm, whose research group works in the Everglades each year, said some scientists have erroneously tended to "look at a map and say, 'because this species isn't here [on the map], then it can't be here.'" Pimm noted the case of a panther biologis...
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Cimzia(R) (certolizumab pegol) Provides Long-Term Remission and Response Rates in Infliximab-Refractory Crohn's Patients

...s has been detected in patients treated with CIMZIA. There is no evidence that CIMZIA therapy has an effect on in vivo coagulation. CIMZIA may cause erroneously elevated aPTT assay results in patients without coagulation abnormalities. In controlled Crohn's clinical trials, the most common adverse events ...

ADVENTRX Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2008 Financial Results

...7 of Financial Accounting Standards Board Staff Position No. EITF 00-19-2, "Accounting for Registration Payment Arrangements" ("FSP EITF 00-19-2"), it erroneously retrospectively applied FSP EITF 00-19-2 to the years ended December 31, 2005 and December 31, 2006. However, the effect of this misapplication of FS...

Microsoft scientist highlights urgent need for new computer models to address climate change

...sufficient data and computing power, have made their predictions highly uncertain," Purves said. "This kind of uncertainty helps climate sceptics, who erroneously conclude that because the Earth is a complex but poorly understood system, we should not change our behaviour. However, we suggest that the convergenc...

Survey Shows Most Women Can't Separate Fact From Fiction When It Comes to Cervical Cancer Prevention

...ther major findings of the survey are: -- More than half of women surveyed did not know that cervical cancer is preventable. -- Nearly one-third erroneously believed the HPV test isn't necessary if a woman isn't currently sexually active, or is in a long-term, monogamous relationship. -- Over one-...

AspenBio Pharma Pursues FDA 510(k) Application Pathway for Appendicitis Blood Test

...ses. The false negative diagnosis of appendicitis could become much less frequent using AppyScore, resulting in fewer patients with appendicitis being erroneously sent home. About AspenBio Pharma, Inc. AspenBio Pharma is an emerging bio-pharmaceutical company dedicated to the discovery; development, manufact...

Saddam Lawyer Applies for Pardon for Dr Crippen

... " This Man Was erroneously Convicted of Murder and a Wrong Should be put Right by Granting a Pardon" Giovanni Di Stefano ROME, October 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Giovanni D...

State and Feds Race to Stop Taxation of Internet Access

...st introduced a measure to repeal the tax in 1997, but after it passed both houses it was vetoed by Gov. Tommy Thompson. According to Jensen, Thompson erroneously thought the bill would repeal sales taxes on purchases made over the Internet. Jensen introduced the measure again in 1999, but it never made it out o...

Fusion 2007: In e-legalities, CIOs and lawyers combine to provide business value

...he current legal environment, Phelps noted that Morgan Stanley was hit with a $1.45 billion judgment in a fraud case - now being appealed - after it erroneously informed the judge that it had no more discoverable e-documentation related to the case. Existing data lies all over the place, on every device used i...

Expand High FidelityPLUS PCR System

...tion for more reliable results Carry-over contamination, in which the product of a previous PCR erroneously serves as a template in a subsequent reaction, is a problem in every laboratory. Carry-over contamination can be easily prevented by...
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Flagellum

...ized study of bacterial flagella (e.g. by Berg), archaeal flagella have only recently begun to get serious scientific attention. Therefore many assume erroneously that there is only one basic kind of prokaryotic flagellum, and that archaeal flagella are homologous to it (an example is Cavalier-Smith (2002), who ...
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Virus

...program that can copy itself and infect a computer without the permission or knowledge of the owner. The term " virus " is also commonly but erroneously used to refer to other types of malware, adware, and spyware programs that do not have... Symantec provides computer protection, arming the consume...

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