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India Reaffirms Fullest Commitment In Fight Against AIDS

Reaffirming its 'fullest commitment' to the global fight against HIV/AIDS, India has pledged to intensify efforts to fight stigma // and discrimination against victims and expand its prevention and treatment measures, especially for women and girls. 'The soundness of India's strategy has been...

The Byron Nelson: Championship Philosophy, Timeless Excellence

...c was originally envisioned, and has become a center of excellence where people can receive real medical corrections that will help them realize their fullest potential". Skintastic is a North Dallas-area medical and surgical center which offers a wide variety of minimally- to non-invasive cosmetic surg...

Dr. Fred Vagnini to Appear at NYC Major Health Conferences

...ascular specialist whose Heart Show radio shows are broadcast weekly on WOR 710 and WWLR 1600 will offer anti-aging themes: how to enjoy life to its fullest by taking advantage of advances in medicine and preventing and managing diabetes, weight gain, and other health related topics important to everyone o...

Hear Indiana holds 6th Annual Talk Walk Run at Fort Harrison State Park to Celebrate Deaf Children Who Listen and Speak

...ander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. For over 30 years the organization has helped children with hearing loss achieve their fullest potential as independent members of society. More information about Hear Indiana: www.hearindiana.org More information about the Alexan...

Major Stakeholders in Health Reform Debate Call for Improvements in Scoring of Congressional Health Care Proposals

...s, we will never be able to slow spending or make health care more affordable. Nor we will have a workforce - or an economy - that can perform to its fullest potential. The PFCD, a national and state-based coalition of hundreds of patient, provider, community, business and labor groups, is committed to...

The ALS Association's 'ALS Across America' Focuses On Staying Positive and Involved

...esident and CEO of The Association. "We are honoring those battling Lou Gehrig's Disease who courageously embody the spirit of living life to the fullest and are making a difference in their community." The campaign also is reinvigorating those on the frontlines of helping patients and their lo...

MedicAlert Brings History of Saving Lives to Chicago for Inaugural Thrive Allergy & Gluten-free Expo

...age of 18. For all kinds of allergy sufferers and their families, the MedicAlert service provides peace of mind and freedom to live their lives to the fullest without worrying whether the right information will be available when it is needed most. "As infants, both of my boys developed severe allergies...

Jury Convicts Two Doctors and Two Medical Assistants in $5.3 Million Medicare Fraud Scam

...tment of Health and Human Services. "As in this case, when doctors shirk that responsibility and steal from Medicare, we have to prosecute them to the fullest extent of the law." This case was investigated by the FBI and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of Inspector General, Off...

Peyton Manning Children's Hospital at St. Vincent Will Serve As Lead Sponsor of Hear Indiana's 6th Annual Talk Walk Run 2009

...efiting deaf and hard of hearing children in Indiana. "For more than 30 years, Hear Indiana has helped children with hearing loss achieve their fullest potential as independent members of society," said R. Christopher Miyamoto, pediatric ENT and cochlear implant surgeon at Peyton Manning Children's Ho...

Quaker Oats and Share Our Strength Announce New Movement to Fight Childhood Hunger

...Quaker Oats. "Through the Quaker Go Project, and our ongoing efforts to fight childhood hunger, we can give people the fuel to live their lives to the fullest and to do good in their communities." In partnership with American families, Quaker will donate up to 1 million servings of products made with w...
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Optimizing Quality Control Data Management

...pon Biological Variation, the most robust tool, focuses on process improvement opportunities for imprecision, bias, and total error. When used to its fullest extent, this tool can be instrumental in revealing statistical process control protocols and specifications that are not test-appropriate and simply i...
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New national survey says public reveres bison

...ison can move freely across extensive landscapes within all major habitats of their historic ranges. It would also include bison interacting with the fullest possible set of other native species, as well as inspiring, sustaining and connecting human cultures. WCS is calling on the federal government to ...

AVAC comments on NIAID decision not to move forward with PAVE 100 Trial

...upported the scientific premise of the trial and believed that it was being designed in such a way that participants' safety would be protected to the fullest extent possible," Warren said. "While the consultative process around the trial had insufficient community input, it did feature frank and challengi...

Bison can thrive again, study says

...od bison can move freely across extensive landscapes within major habitats of their historic ranges. It would also include bison interacting with the fullest possible set of other native species, as well as inspiring, sustaining and connecting human cultures. Ecological restoration will lik...

U. Mass Medical School and Carnegie announce licensing agreements with Oxford BioMedica

... field. The University of Massachusetts Medical School and the Carnegie Institution of Washington have entered into these agreements to promote the fullest development of the patent rights with anticipated benefits to the general public. ...

UMMS and CIW grant key RNAi rights to Oxford Biomedica

... field. The University of Massachusetts Medical School and the Carnegie Institution of Washington have entered into these agreements to promote the fullest development of the patent rights with anticipated benefits to the general public. ...

e-Smart Technologies Responds to Press Release Issued By IDsmart LLC

... Gardiner/IDsmart press release as to whether these statements constitute yet another act of securities fraud by Gardiner and intends to pursue to the fullest extent all legal recourse available for any new violations and damages resulting from the release and/or the allegations and actions stated therein. ...

Ancient DNA traces the woolly mammoth's disappearance

...entists tended to think that the major environmental changes happened about fifteen to twenty-five thousand years ago, when the glaciers reached their fullest extent. The findings also offered early human hunters a potential alibi; they didn’t come on the scene in large numbers until even later. In sear...

Save the whales? Sure, but how many?

...tected areas, with all the species present, can provide the examples that scientists and managers need. 'Having animals acting like animals in the fullest sense, seems the standard conservationists should seek, whether it's bison on the Great Plains or Asia's forests with tigers and their prey,' said San...
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Nuevolution Announces Worldwide Technology Cross-Licensing Agreement With GSK

...ule hit and lead discovery at an unprecedented scale. This agreement secures both companies the rights to operate these powerful technologies to their fullest extent". About Nuevolution Nuevolution is a leading lead discovery company founded in 2001 and based in Copenhagen, Denmark. The company...

Cellular Dynamics International In-Licenses Key Patent Portfolio for Using Stem Cell-Derived Cells in Drug Testing

... the pluripotent stem cell field, CDI is a great licensing partner for IUPUI. We are confident CDI will run with this technology, exploiting it to its fullest potential." The license enables CDI to optimize the process of developing and purifying different cell types created from human pluripotent s...

New Cellular Bioenergetics Workshops Series Inaugurated by Seahorse Bioscience with Two of the World's Leading Bioenergetics Researchers

...ce our understanding of cellular bioenergetics," added Martin Brand. "It is essential that scientists understand how to use this new technology to its fullest capabilities and how to properly interpret these types of data. David Nicholls and I are committed to seeing cellular bioenergetics grow from a speci...

Shire Files Lawsuit Against Natco Pharma for Infringement of FOSRENOL(R) (lanthanum carbonate) Patents

... it by Natco. Shire will continue to evaluate the situation throughout the litigation and will take all necessary actions to protect its rights to the fullest extent possible. Shire has a robust patent estate and is confident that it will protect the FOSRENOL franchise. Shire Plc Shire's strate...

Samarion CEO Mark Rodgers Named CAST Commissioner

...e emerging technologies that are transforming the aging experience. CAST, an international coalition ensuring that technology solutions attain their fullest potential to meet the needs of our aging senior population, is comprised of nearly 500 technology companies, aging-services organizations, businesses,...

CellCyte Genetics Corp. Continues to Move Its Technology Forward in Light of Plaintiff Law Firm Press Releases

...d Gary A. Reys, Chairman and CEO of CellCyte. "Our highly skilled management and scientific team are committed to developing our technologies to their fullest potential and we continue to be actively involved in collaborations with the Cleveland Clinic and other research leaders". "Further," Reys said, "Ce...

Lumenis Ltd. Announces Appointment of Corporate Vice President, Business Development in support of the company's long-term growth strategy

...growth and profitability plans. I look forward to working hand in hand with our outstanding management team and Board of Directors to achieve Lumenis' fullest potential for the benefit of our customers, shareholders, employees and business partners." About Lumenis Ltd. Lumenis Ltd. is a global developer, m...

Report recommends off-site disposal of secondary waste

...stroying certain agents -- in lieu of new trial burns should be used to the fullest extent possible. "The Army's incinerators are destroying the United Sta...mmends using this process of data submission in lieu of a trial burn to the fullest extent possible. The committee also recommends that the CMA should try to ...

Report recommends off-site disposal of secondary waste

...stroying certain agents -- in lieu of new trial burns should be used to the fullest extent possible. "The Army's incinerators are destroying the United Sta...mmends using this process of data submission in lieu of a trial burn to the fullest extent possible. The committee also recommends that the CMA should try to ...

NanoLogix Inc. Appoints Director of IP and Makes Progress on Rapid Anthrax Detection

...noLogix will have a major impact on the biotechnology and energy fields," said Director of IP Chris Novak, Esq. "We plan to protect these ideas to the fullest extent, and turn these ideas into marketplace realities that will sharply increase revenues." In another significant development, Nanologix has been ...
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