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Swearing-in Of Girija Prasad Koirala Postponed Due To Ill Health

The swearing-in ceremony of Nepal’s new prime minister Mr. Girija Prasad Koirala, which was scheduled to take place on Friday was put off// due to ill health, but his party sources informed that his condition is stable and improving. The 84-year-old, appointed prime minister by King Gyanendra ...

President Clinton and Mylan Chairman and CEO Robert J. Coury Announce New Agreement to Lower Price of Treatment for Patients with Drug-Resistant HIV in Developing Countries

...nd CEO Robert J. Coury and Matrix Laboratories Founder and Vice Chairman N. prasad today announced an important agreement to enable better, more affordable tr... to the patients who need them." Matrix Founder and Vice Chairman N. prasad added: "Enhancing the standards of care in the developing world is a top pr...

Quest Diagnostics India Recognized as Laureate by the Computerworld Honors Program

...t works to spread awareness about prevalent lifestyle diseases and empower patients with information about risks, prevention and treatment," said Devi prasad Karuppur, Ph.D., Vice President, International Market Development. "We are honored to receive this industry distinction, and gratified to see healthca...

Los Angeles Area Non-Profit OneLegacy Grows Into World's Largest Tissue Recovery Organization

...ue. Of these, approximately 350 families, or 32 percent of those approached, embraced the chance to save and heal lives by donating tissue," indicated prasad Garimella, OneLegacy's chief operating officer and chief information officer. As part of the expanded operations, OneLegacy has been focusing on ...

Even Mismatched Cord Blood Can Help Kids

...of our young patients in need of a transplant." prasad and colleagues analyzed data on 314 patients treat...ping, a test usually performed on a blood sample," prasad explained. "In every individual, HLA typing includ...especially those of ethnic and racial minorities," prasad said. The study was expected to be presented Fr...

Tainted China Formula Caused High Rate of Kidney Stones in Kids

...ities that we normally would associate with kidney stone disease," said Dr. prasad Devarajan, director of nephrology and hypertension at Cincinnati Children's...s Hospital Boston, and spokesman, American Society of Pediatric Nephrology; prasad Devarajan, M.D., director, division of nephrology and hypertension, Cincinn...

Hospital Association Names New Chairman, Appoints Board Officers and New Members

...ional Medical Center; Amy Haskel of Basking Ridge, Morristown Memorial Hospital; Leslie D. Hirsch of Denville, St. Clare's Health System; and Rajendra prasad Gupta, MD, of Princeton, the Medical Society of New Jersey. The New Jersey Hospital Association, based in Princeton, is the statewide advocate fo...

Stop Smoking in Three Sessions

...nesthesiologist and addiction therapist Dr. Balasa prasad has helped thousands of people including many cele...o are serious about kicking the habit forever. Dr. prasad meticulously dissects the smoking habit and, most ...it http://www.universalsense.com . To contact Dr. prasad about the Turning Point Treatments visit http://w...

Study sheds light on causes of HIV dementia

...ced Scientific Research in Bangalore, India, focused their search on Tat, a protein that helps HIV replicate and leads the attack on the brain. Dr. prasad and colleagues compared the sequences of the Tat protein of the two clades and noted a key difference. Where the clade B Tat protein contained the ami...

Novel Diagnostic Marker for Acute Kidney Injury Previewed at Abbott-Sponsored Scientific Workshop

...ilure, according to research presented today at the American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC) annual meeting. The research was presented by prasad Devarajan, M.D., director of nephrology and hypertension, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, at a scientific workshop hosted by Abbott. ...
Prasad in Medical Technology

Premier Micronutrient Launches Supplement for Hearing Health

...ironmental exposures," says Kedar N. Prasad, Ph.D., PMC chief scientific officer. Regarded as one of the country's leading antioxidant scientists, Dr. prasad is a former professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Denver and is a longstanding investigator for the NIH. "Perhaps even more e...

CellCyte Genetics Corp. Enters Collaborative Research Agreement With Cleveland Clinic Foundation to Qualify Stem Cell Delivery in Damaged Heart Tissue

...tem without an invasive procedure. The lead investigators of the project at Cleveland Clinic Foundation are Dr. Wilson Tang M.D. and Dr. Sathyamangla prasad Ph.D., both accomplished and renowned scientists in the field of cardiac biology. Dr. Tang is also a physician and key opinion leader in cardiac medic...
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Gallbladder Disease

... ... Gallbladder disease often strikes people over sixty years of age. Gender. ... Gallbladder disease - Is Surgery always needed? Dr Arun prasad MS, FRCS, FRCSEd ... Who gets gallbladder disease ? ... of gallbladder disease is taken as the ... ... from the National Digestive Disease...
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121 breeding tigers estimated to be found in Nepal

...t 5 year period of the plan implementation. "Tigers can not be saved by the effort of a single individual or a single organization," said Mr. Gopal prasad Upadhyay, Director General, DNPWC. "The transboundary relation with India needs to be strengthened further and all organizations should work together ...

Clemson and collaborators receive $1.1 million to improve durability of concrete infrastructure

...facing the durability of concrete infrastructure and to develop new test methods to address them. Clemson associate professor of civil engineering prasad Rangaraju says the research could have a widespread effect on how various agencies build or rebuild concrete infrastructure, such as roads and bridges...

Long-sought protein structure may help reveal how 'gene switch' works

...ucture of the "on" state defined, the genetic switching mechanism remained a mystery. The breakthrough was achieved when Gallagher; NIST colleagues prasad Reddy, Natasha Smith and Sook-Kyung Kim; and BNL's Howard Robinson substituted the CRP from Mycobacterium tuberculosis [the pathogen that causes tuber...

National Lung Cancer Partnership and LUNGevity Foundation announce 2009 grant recipients

... MADISON, Wis. Jan. 12, 2009 The 2009 winners of the National Lung Cancer Partnership/LUNGevity Foundation Research Grants are prasad Adusumilli, M.D. and Lee Goodglick, Ph.D. The $100,000 grants will fund the scientist's research on visceral pleural invasion and the role of estrogen...

Protein 'tubules' free avian flu virus from immune recognition

...experts ruled out human-to-human spread of the virus. In a previous report, prasad and Bornholdt described the structure of an area of the protein called the ...h of the RNA and does not marshal its immune forces to the fight the virus. prasad and Bornholdt believe also that cellular factor binding sites found on the ...

Likely cause of postpartum blues and depression identified

...ine artery until platelets move in to stop it, Dr. prasad explains. Serotonin levels begin to rise and inter...tly elevated levels of interleukin-1 beta. Dr. prasad recently received a $900,000, three-year grant fro...hey increase after delivery, then level off as Dr. prasad suspects. They'll also analyze DNA to see if women...

New method shows it is possible to grow bone for grafts within a patient's body

...ine next week by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. "We have shown that we can grow predictable volumes of bone on demand," says V. prasad Shastri, assistant professor of biomedical engineering at Vanderbilt University who led the effort. "And we did so by persuading the body to do what i...
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Satyam Wins Consumer Health World Award for Tele-Ophthalmology Program

...unced today that it was honored, along with the LV prasad Eye Institute, with a Consumer Health World Award ...and trained vision technicians from Hyderabad's LV prasad Eye Institute to diagnose patients in remote locat...ormation, see www.satyam.com . About the LV prasad Eye Institute The LV...

Champalimaud Foundation Unveils C-TRACER in Hyderabad, India

...-TRACER will utilize throughout the developing world. C-TRACER is the result of an historic agreement between the Champalimaud Foundation and the LV prasad Eye Institute (LVPEI), one of the foremost translational vision research centers in the world. One of only three places in the world which utilizes su...

GenomiPhi: protocol for BAC amplification and fabrication of slides for array CGH

... prasad D.K. Dhulipala 1 , Rao S. Takkellapati 1 , Kate Lavrenov 1 , Scott Hamilton 1 , and Jessica Pole 2 1 GE Healthcare, Piscataway, NJ, USA...
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