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Is Cancer, A Foregone Conclusion, To Afflict Cell Phone Users? FDA does A Reality Check.

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is reconsidering and mulling over the veracity of the facts outlined in a recent study that showed// a link between heavy cell phone use and an increased risk of cancer. The FDA will be chewing upon an academic exercise conducted by researchers at th...

Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act clears Senate

...-heralded era of personalized medicine, the threat of discrimination affects individual patients who could benefit from genetic testing have sometimes foregone it out of concern over possible repercussions. When people opt not to be tested, they lose the opportunity to seek monitoring and preventive care to a...

Will Congress Do More for HIV Prevention?

... do, and the fiscally responsible approach: According to a 2006 analysis by Science Magazine, preventing each new infection saves a total of $4,700 in foregone treatment and care costs. Much has been learned from evidence gathered in the first five years of PEPFAR, yet the bills now before Congress contin...

Curbing world's most fatal diseases: consensus created by health experts offers global prescription

... action is taken now, over the next decade China, India and the U.K. will lose an estimated $558 billion, $237 billion and $33 billion respectively in foregone national income due to heart disease, stroke and diabetes. While these challenges are applicable to all countries, different nations should identif...

US adults most likely to report medical errors and skip needed care due to costs

... In the U.S., nearly two of five (37%) of all adults and 42% of those with chronic conditions had skipped medications, not seen a doctor when sick, or foregone recommended care in the past year because of costsrates well above all other countries. In contrast to the U.S., patients in Canada, the Netherlands, ...

Kill Two Birds With One Stone!

...e agents, now the cynosure of scientists' attention, offers promise in its perceived ability to offset cognitive decline and amyloid neuropathology, a foregone conclusion for patients afflicted with Alzheimer's. The research spearheaded by Dr. Giulio Maria Pasinetti and colleagues at the Mount Sinai Sch...

Dead End: Aged, Ailing and Alone In Death

... Old age and death is a foregone conclusion with no open choices. But does this also mean no end-of life choices that help, an elderly dying a dignified// and peaceful death? The dep...

Phoenix Islands To Be Protected Under Global Conservation Map

...n Area will be financed through an endowment system that will cover the core recurring management costs and compensate the Kiribati government for the foregone commercial fishing license revenues. The plan allows for subsistence fishing by resident communities and other sustainable economic development in des...

Alzheimer’s: Blame it On the Genes; Lifestyle changes the only Saving Grac

...s contributed as one of the major risks of Alzheimer’s. Some identical twins did not have Alzheimer’s, though their twins did. Though this is not a foregone conclusion, yet it points a finger to heredity that predisposes a person to be struck by Alzheimer’s. Thomas Perls, a geriatrician at the Boston Unive...
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Chasing Zero Summit Pushes for Zero Tolerance Approach to Hospital-Acquired Infections

...s die each year, approximately 270 patients per day;(2) -- Hospital infections are associated with nearly $20 billion in avoidable costs and foregone revenues every year;(3) Summit attendees will leave armed with the information they need to lead effective HAI management programs and to be better ...

Independent Physician Surveys Show if Approved, MF101 Could Become First-Line Treatment for Menopause Symptoms

...s, and, -- The number one concern for women when considering treatment options for menopausal symptoms is the risk of cancer. -- Many women have foregone treatment of hot flashes, even moderate to severe hot flashes, because of the side effects and risks of current treatments. "These independen...
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World's largest marine protected area created in Pacific Ocean

...d CI are helping Kiribati design an endowment system that will cover the core recurring management costs of PIPA and compensate the government for the foregone commercial fishing license revenues. The plan allows for subsistence fishing by resident communities and other sustainable economic development in des...

Just like us, social stress prompts hamsters to overeat, gain weight

... either of the hamsters, which normally live alone. Because the smaller hamster was the intruder, the outcome of the dominance/submissive tussle was a foregone conclusion. The researchers found that, as a result of the stress of being placed in the home cage of a larger resident, intruder hamsters subseque...

Pacific Islands paradise protected

...n Area will be financed through an endowment system that will cover the core recurring management costs and compensate the Kiribati government for the foregone commercial fishing license revenues. The plan allows for subsistence fishing by resident communities and other sustainable economic development in des...

Immune system has evolved to prevent autoimmune disease

... Study suggests chronic infections may create autoimmune response New research finds the human immune system has foregone evolutionary changes that would allow it to produce better antibodies in less time because the improved antibodies would be far more likely to attack ...
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Limited transparency in federal nanotech research may hamper development

...r leadership and more transparency in federal risk research investment, the emergence of safe nanotechnologies will be a happy accident, rather than a foregone conclusion, says Dr. Andrew Maynard, the Chief Science Advisor for the Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies (PEN). This sentiment was voiced today by ...

IFRS Information - First Half of 2007

...cquisition of New River; (iii) an adjustment to decrease interest income by $6.5 million for the six months to June 30, 2007, to reflect the interest foregone on the Group's cash resources used to part finance the acquisition of New River; and (iv) an adjustment to increase amortization expense based on the...

Power services firm JT Packard isn't through growing

...to operate with continuous power. "UPS is a unique animal," Cason said. "We never have to explain to customers why they should buy the service. It's a foregone conclusion because of its critical nature." With 235 employees, JT Packard reached $41 million in sales last year and will likely exceed $70 millio...

Reforming FDA: Focus on safety, let market judge efficacy

...reakthrough medicines but also want to believe the drugs are safe... These goals can be incompatible. While incompatibility shouldn't necessarily be a foregone conclusion, the article does highlight an extraordinary tension that may radically reshape FDA over the coming years. Should the FDA be a tortoise ...
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