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Canadian men reluctant to consult mental health services

Between 20 and 70 percent of Canadians affected by mental illness shun medical treatment. Such avoidance of services provided by doctors and psychologists is particularly acute among men, according to a recent study published in the Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research . In Canada,...

Older Adults Reluctant to Question Surgical Treatment

They only raised about half their concerns, so doctors should listen carefully, study says FRIDAY, Aug. 15 (HealthDay News) -- Older patients and surgeons don't communicate effectively when discussing surgical treatment options, even though the decision to have surgery can be particula...

Most generalists reluctant to provide primary care for young adults with chronic illness

The majority of general internists and pediatricians in the United States are not comfortable serving as primary care providers for young adults with complex chronic illnesses that originate during childhood, according to findings from a new national survey. The survey, conducted by researchers...

Recent Safety News About Smoking Cessation Therapies Leaving Smokers Confused, More Reluctant to Quit

New data indicates smokers may avoid medication when quitting PITTSBURGH, June 25 /PRNewswire/ -- There has been recent news regarding the safety of a prescription smoking cessation therapy. A new survey found that this news has raised safety concerns and caused confusion among a signific...

Out-of-hours doctors reluctant to do home visits, say patients

Researchers at the Peninsula Medical School in the South West of England have completed research suggesting that patients feel that doctors providing out of hours services in primary care are reluctant to do home visits. Researchers held group discussions and carried out telephone interviews wi...

Out of hours doctors reluctant to do home visits, say patients

Researchers at the Peninsula Medical School in the South West of England have completed research suggesting that patients feel that doctors providing out of hours services in primary care are reluctant to do home visits. Researchers held group discussions and carried out telephone interviews wi...

Joel Madden is Reluctant to Speak on Nicole Richie's pregnancy

It seems that singer Joel Madden is reluctant to confirm or deny reports about his girlfriend Nicole Richie's pregnancy . In a recent interview with radio host Kelly K, the Good Charlotte frontman made it very clear that he was not willing to share the news with the world. The DJ beg...

Travolta Maybe Reluctant to Publicaly Discuss About Sons Autism

John Travolta is interested in having a third child, but the actor is recoiling from making his 15-year-old sons autistic condition public . Travolta has not come out in the open to declare that his son, Jett, is autistic. However, a magazine editor, who interviewed the actor, is of ...

Doctors in Tamil Nadu Reluctant to Serve in Backward Pockets

Health Minister K.K.S.S.R. Ramachandran of the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu told the Legislative Assembly on March 28 that doctors were reluctant// to join duty in the relatively backward pockets of the state. Consequently as many as ten districts went without proper medical care, he not...

Asian Men are Reluctant to Seek Help for Impotency: Report

Impotent Asian men are reluctant to seek medical treatment to correct the malady, a media report said Tuesday//. A recent study of 10,900 men found erectile problems affected 50 percent of men over 50 in China, South Korea, Malaysia and Japan, the South China Morning Post said. But Andre...

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New Data Shows Blood Pressure Reduction Therapy with BENICAR(R) and BENICAR HCT(R) Effectively Reduces Blood Pressure in Elderly Patients to Target Blood Pressure

...challenging in this group," said Dr. Joel M. Neutel, MD, director, Orange County Heart Institute and Research Center. "Although some physicians may be reluctant to use aggressive treatments for fear of an increased risk of adverse events, the findings show hypertension treatment can be accomplished safely and ...

Isogen Retains Strategic Partner Sheridan Road Financial to Meet Global Biopharma Demand

...market segment. Pharmaceutical companies can invest over $100 million and four years to develop sterile manufacturing capacity, but are highly reluctant to take this initiative until they are certain the candidate drug will receive regulatory approval. Isogen will set a new industry standard for GMP-co...

Isogen Launches Major New Facility to Address Global Biopharma Demand

...terile filling market segment. Companies can invest over $100 million and four years to develop sterile manufacturing capacity, but are highly reluctant to take this initiative until they are certain the candidate drug will receive regulatory approval. Isogen's Phase I facility will accommodate GMP via...

Alpharma Announces Positive Results From Pivotal Phase III Efficacy Trial on ALO-01 (EMBEDA(TM)) (morphine sulfate extended-release with sequestered naltrexone hydrochloride) Capsules at the American Academy of Pain Management Annual Clinical Meeting

...from friends and relatives (by stealing, buying, or receiving them).(6) Because of potential prescription opioid abuse, patients and physicians may be reluctant to initiate opioid therapy for pain relief.(4B) Therefore, there is a need for products that deliver effective pain relief while minimizing the potent...

Alpharma Presents Data Addressing Abuse Liability Features, Safety and Efficacy on ALO-01 (EMBEDA(TM)) (morphine sulfate extended-release with sequestered naltrexone hydrochloride) at the American Pain Society Annual Scientific Session

...om friends and relatives (by stealing, buying, or being given them).(6) Because of potential prescription opioid abuse, patients and physicians may be reluctant to initiate opioid therapy for pain relief(4B) and, therefore, there is a need for products that deliver effective pain relief while minimizing the po...

Phosphagenics Initiates U.S. Clinical Trials for Its Topical Retinoic Acid

... Inc., half of the patients who end their retinoic acid treatment cycle prematurely do so because of irritation. Consequently, practitioners are often reluctant to prescribe retinoic acid in large quantities and, typically, marketed formulations contain between only 0.025% and 0.1% of the active, which often s...

Anastrozole Confirmed Superior in Breast Cancer Prevention

... for several years for use in preventing new breast cancers, and it now appears that anastrozole may be even more effective. Many patients have been reluctant to begin treatment with anastrozole because of concern about the potential for increased bone loss and risk of fracture that can occur with the use of...

Health Canada Approves ATRIPLA(R) (efavirenz 600 mg/emtricitabine 200 mg/ tenofovir disoproxil fumarate 300 mg), the First Once-Daily Single Tablet Regimen for HIV

...ties and other factors, including the risk that physicians in Canada may not see advantages of ATRIPLA over other antiretrovirals and may therefore be reluctant to prescribe the product. In addition, Bristol-Myers Squibb Company and Gilead may be unsuccessful in listing ATRIPLA on federal and provincial formul...

New Company Starts, Bridging the Development Gap in the Discovery of Cancer Drugs

... with limited development experience and/or capabilities feel that further investment is beyond their grasp. In addition, pharmaceutical companies are reluctant to take on the development of compounds at a very early stage because their likelihood of success has not been established. Consequently, a promising ...

MicroDose Announces Positive Results From the QDose Inhaled Insulin Glucose Clamp Study

...wide. It is widely accepted that early intervention for Type 2 diabetics by treatment with insulin improves outcomes. However, as Type 2 diabetics are reluctant to inject insulin the introduction of non-invasive insulin delivery formats, such as inhalable insulin, is likely to have greater impact on outcomes a...
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Personalized medicine

... the regulators, the payors, the patients and the general public Pharmaceutical industry The pharmaceutical industry, in general, has been reluctant to the immediately embrace the potential of personalized medicine. It is believed that they are concerned that the emergence of personalized medicine ...
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Cecum

... can be difficult to detect ... (Case 2) T-cell prolymphocytic leukemia involving the cecum . ... Patients and Methods: Many surgeons have been reluctant about applying ... on the left side of the patient, manipulating the cecum with a retractor. ... A new medical image daily, with a brief descr...
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More than half of Texas physicians do not always recommend HPV vaccine to girls

... of the vaccine and what it prevents, but they may lack knowledge about issues of safety and how to address parental concerns. That may be making them reluctant to deliver the vaccine," said Kahn. Although the study population was limited to Texas, Kahn said she believes that the views expressed by these p...

Growing Demand for Rapid Screening and Detection Systems Pushes the European Maritime Security Market, Finds Frost & Sullivan

...port facilities and ship owners, who usually fund maritime security, must be willing to invest in the costly systems. "Facilities and ship owners are reluctant to spend more on security as public funding is minimal and the cost of security-related investments is not passed on to customers, so they must bear t...

Structural biology scores with protein snapshot

... routinely used to "take molecular pictures" of small proteins, large proteins and particularly those that reside within the cell membrane have been reluctant to smile for the camera. In the June 26 issue of Science , Charles Sanders, Ph.D., professor of Biochemistry, and colleagues report the NMR structu...

Biologist discovers pink-winged moth in Chiracahua Mountains

... be an entirely different species from an entirely different family. Walsh said it currently is the only known individual. Scientists are generally reluctant to identify a new species based on one individual, but L. leeae appears so distinct from others that Walsh said it is highly unlikely that it is an ...

Association for Molecular Pathology joins ACLU to challenge gene patents

...over, threat of enforcement from a patent holder and ensuing litigation costs lead to a chilling effect as clinical laboratories and manufacturers are reluctant to develop new tests that could directly benefit patients. That's why this suit is so important." ...

Study: Health undervalued in reproductive rights debate

...ainst other legal interests, such as religious freedom, potentially leading to rulings that could put health at risk. "Judges may understandably be reluctant to decide who wins in a battle between religious freedom, doctor's rights and women's health," she said. "As a result, they may downplay women's healt...

Targeted drug therapy prevents exercise-induced arrhythmias

...ythmias. Fish and his colleagues found an unexpectedly high frequency of pro-arrhythmia among young patients. "So for 20 years, physicians have been reluctant to use flecainide for ventricular arrhythmias," Fish said. "It's interesting to now find ourselves turning to a medication we've been fearful of using...

New tool for genome-wide association studies

...article and Director of the Vital-IT group at the SIB, comments that data sharing remains a challenge for GWA studies, since many scientists still are reluctant to upload their unpublished data on public genome browsers. "AssociationViewer is a way to alleviate data transfer problems and allows people to perfo...

Select roses survive with minimal care

...of gardeners, but they often require a lot of work to thrive. And the emphasis on organics has more home gardeners concerned about the environment and reluctant to use pesticides. W. A. Mackay of Texas A&M University led a study comparing several varieties of roses to determine which grow best with minimal ...

Statins may treat blood vessel disorder that can lead to fatal strokes

...e. "Brain surgery or radiation treatment has been the only option for CCM patients. But because of the risks in those operations, neurosurgeons are reluctant to perform them unless the patient is in immediate danger," Li said. "Our study proposes a potential strategy for a simple drug therapy that could cos...
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Biologist discovers pink-winged moth in Chiricahua Mountains

... be an entirely different species from an entirely different family. Walsh said it currently is the only known individual. Scientists are generally reluctant to identify a new species based on one individual, but L. leeae appears so distinct from others that Walsh said it is highly unlikely that it is an ...

CryoLife Reports Record First Quarter Revenues of $26.7 Million

...our use of net operating loss carry-forwards, adverse regulatory action outside of the U.S. could affect our business, physicians have been and may be reluctant to implant or use our preserved tissues or products, our existing insurance policies may not be sufficient to cover our actual claims liability, curre...

SeqWright Expands into the Genetically-Targeted Therapy Field by Partnering with PharmaGenoma to Provide Next-Generation Hair Loss Treatment Genetic Testing

...h is responsible for the loss of hair. However, due to potential Finasteride side effects, along with variations in responsiveness, many patients are reluctant to begin or continue treatment. In order to overcome this obstacle, HairDX developed a genetic test for Finasteride response which will allow patient...

Neogen Reports Record Third Quarter

...bal economy that impacted our third quarter performance," said Lon Bohannon, Neogen's president and chief operating officer. "Customers have been more reluctant to take the inventory stocking orders that they had in the past. We have also seen a longer decision making process in obtaining approvals for capital...

CryoLife Reports Record Annual Revenues of $105.1 Million for FY 2008

...f net operating loss carry-forwards, adverse regulatory action outside of the United States could affect our business, physicians have been and may be reluctant to implant or use our preserved tissues or products, the Company's efforts to develop and introduce new products outside the U.S. may be unsuccessful,...

CryoLife's Fully Diluted Earnings Per Share Increased 71 Percent to $0.12 in Third quarter of 2008 from $0.07 in Third quarter of 2007

...f net operating loss carry-forwards, adverse regulatory action outside of the United States could affect our business, physicians have been and may be reluctant to implant or use our preserved tissues or products, the Company's efforts to develop and introduce new products outside the U.S. may be unsuccessful,...

Orange Coast Urology Offers Advanced In-Office Patient EVOLVE(R) Laser Prostate Treatment

...ver 60 and nearly every man over 80 experience the problem in one form or another," says Dr. Ronald F. Gilbert of Orange Coast Urology. "Men are often reluctant to seek treatment because they think that the treatment options are painful and require extensive surgical procedures. However, the innovative LIFE(TM...

The Recession List - Top 10 Industries to Fly and Flop in 2008

...lend to customers in the new tighter credit environment. "Low growth and economic uncertainty will mean little initiation from customers who will be reluctant to extend themselves by taking out mortgages or other loans," said Mr. Van Horn, adding, "As a result, we expect the industry to experience negative g...

Arpida Reports Progress in Pivotal Phase III Trial With TLT Treatment in Onychomycosis

... therapies that are effective for treating OM include Novartis's Lamisil (R) (terbinafine) and J&J's Sporanox(R) (itraconazole). However, patients are reluctant to adopt this systemic modality for an essentially superficial disease particularly in view of lengthy treatment times and concerns regarding potentia...

Talking Bout My Generation: The Evolution of Online Marketing Research

... helpful when market research includes personal questions. Some people are willing to share personal experiences and criticism online that they may be reluctant to share with an interviewer. Integration Online marketing research doesnt need to take the form of a survey. For example, online calculators an...
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Cancer

...n about cancer. Neighborhood organizations, local health care providers, or area hospitals are a good place to start looking. While some people are reluctant to seek counseling, studies show that having someone to talk to reduces stress and helps people both mentally and physically. Counseling can also prov...

Hardy-Weinberg principle

...s view of biologists use of mathematics comes across in his 1908 paper where he describes this as "very simple". To the Editor of Science: I am reluctant to intrude in a discussion concerning matters of which I have no expert knowledge, and I should have expected the very simple point which I wish to ma...

Stem cell

...l drugs. However, there are many start-up biotechs that are now entering the field. They include: StemCells Inc. and Aastrom Biosciences. Others are reluctant to enter the market because they fear government restrictions preventing them from capitalizing on the research. However, individual medical treatmen...
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Stigma

...om Spanish horror master José Ramón Larraz (Vampyres, Black Candles) stars Christian Borromeo (Tenebra, Murder Rock) Stigma means that people are reluctant to present with psychiatric problems to ... Such findings prompt two obvious questions: is it possible to act against stigma ? ... Developing a S...
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