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British Doctors Hold Talks to end Impasse of Indian doctors

Britain's health authorities are in talks with doctors of Indian origin who have been adversely affected by recent employment rules that in effect make it virtually// impossible for them to gain employment in the National Health Service (NHS). As officials of the department of health discuss ...

Legion Demands 'Courage' From Legislators in Battle Over Children's Home

...oungsters at the Indiana Soldiers' and Sailors' Children's Home at Knightstown." Ralph Tolan called on legislators to "not use the current budget impasse as cover for closing the home" which, under plans announced by the Indiana State Department of Health, would close effective May 23, 2009. Follow...

How to turn conflict into collaboration when patients and physicians disagree

... PHILADELPHIA, May 4, 2009 -- In an era when people are more informed about their care and more assertive with their physicians, an impasse can develop over issues as simple as a patient insisting on unnecessary tests or medications or as complicated as end-of-life care. To help better ...

New approach, old drug show promise against hepatitis C, Stanford research shows

... STANFORD, Calif. - The fight against the liver disease hepatitis C has been at something of an impasse for years, with more than 150 million people currently infected, and traditional antiviral treatments causing nasty side effects and often falling sho...

Senate, House Announce Agreement to Renew, Improve Children's Health Insurance Program Now

...gislation will get the Children's Health Insurance Program back on track and reclaim precious resources for low-income kids. It breaks the legislative impasse and should have strong support from both Democrats and Republicans. The bill will enable the Children's Health Insurance Program to help cover million...

Pennsylvania Government's Partial Shutdown Ends

... The budget impasse that existed in the Pennsylvania government after a deal was struck between the legislator and the governor on Monday night More than 24,000 state wor...

South Africa Facing Major Economic Shutdown as Health Workers are Sacked En Masse

... would picket outside parliament. Madisha said regardless of the 'unfortunate' situation they still hoped a solution would be found to end the impasse which started on June 1. But he said progress could be hampered by the government's decision to dismiss thousands of striking healthcare workers who r...

India Should Take the Lead in Stem Cell Research, Expert

... India should make the best use of the impasse in the US over stem cell research. Indeed it has the potential to become a global //hub in that sphere, scientist and entrepreneur Dr William J Rutter...

Fasting Mamata's Health Condition Deteriorates

...s from the government reaches Mamata Thursday, sources close to the party said. State Home Secretary Prasad Ranjan Roy Wednesday said the Singur impasse could end in a few days, indicating a move from the government. Left Front sources said a letter might reach the fasting leader from Chief Mini...

President Kalam Meets Striking Medicos However Stir to Continue

... President A P J Abdul Kalam today met representatives of the striking medicos but the meeting could not break the impasse with the students and doctors deciding// to continue with their agitation. A 12-member delegation of agitating medicos, which also included membe...
Impasse in Medical Technology

Novel Vaccine Approach Offers Hope in Fight Against HIV

...ene Transfer Technology May Lead to an HIV Vaccine-- PHILADELPHIA, May 17 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A research team may have broken the stubborn impasse that has frustrated the invention of an effective HIV vaccine, by using an approach that bypasses the usual path followed by vaccine developers. By us...
Impasse in Biological News

Novel vaccine approach offers hope in fight against HIV

... A research team may have broken the stubborn impasse that has frustrated the invention of an effective HIV vaccine, by using an approach that bypasses the usual path followed by vaccine developers. By us...

IVCC and Syngenta start project for novel insecticidal active ingredient for malaria control

...ology, have launched a project to develop a new insecticidal active ingredient for public health applications, as part of IVCC's strategy to break the impasse in development of mosquito control products. Improved and sustainable control of the insects that transmit disease is dependent upon development of n...
Impasse in Biological Technology

Global Small Molecule Kinase Inhibitors Market to Reach $16.2 Billion by 2015, According to a New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

...o Gleevec, has turned the spotlight on Nexavar, and Sutent, given the potential of these new drugs to offer the much awaited solution to the treatment impasse hitherto encountered. The multi-targeted kinase inhibitors market is expected to benefit from the growing acceptance of the undisputable fact that t...

GE introduces remotely hosted health services

... of exchanging patient information across regions, resolving the conflict between distributed and centralized EHR models, and overcoming the political impasse posed by states with disparate privacy laws. Another fundamental snag is the financial incentive for physicians. Ravi Kalla, CEO of Symphony Co...

There's a new dynamic in the stem cell debate

... Advanced Cell Technology, told the New York Times . Following the announcement, there was widespread optimism that the new method could end the impasse over new federal funding for human embryonic stem cell research. Federal policy now prohibits using any federal money for new lines of human embryonic...
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