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BBK Worldwide Foresees Expanding Global Demand for Patient Recruitment Technology

Releases TrialCentralNet(SM) 5.0 to Meet Site and Sponsor Needs for Expanded Metrics that Accelerate Patient Enrollment NEWTON, Mass., June 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Anticipating the increasing sophistication of the global clinical trial patient recruitment marketplace, BBK Worldwide announces ...

Protein in urine foresees heart disease

Heart disease, in any form is unquestionably one of the major cause of morbidity and mortality in this planet. The scientists of the globe are working on preventing the same as by any means, prevention is better than cure. As a result of their hard work they have come out with number of ways to ide...

Ten Secrets for Getting High Quality Plastic Surgery at More Affordable Prices

...h a couple of your friends that might be interested in the same procedure. Your plastic surgeon may be more inclined to lower the fees when he or she foresees multiple patients. 5. Look for newly relocated doctors . Though it's rare, a good plastic surgeon relocates and has to look for new patients...

NABP Position Paper Calls for Action Against Proliferation of Rogue Internet Drug Outlets

...f prescription medicine online. As consumer use of Internet drug outlets grows exponentially and has shifted to purchasing controlled substances, NABP foresees the possibility of "a complete compromise of the US drug distribution system, and subsequent patient injury or death" and stresses the urgency to addr...

University of Tennessee Medical Center Saves 60 Percent on IT Costs With Unified Email Management by Mimecast

... at HIMSS09, the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society's annual IT conference at McCormick Place in Chicago. UTMC's IT department foresees eDiscovery as becoming a larger issue in the future for the healthcare industry. UTMC selected Mimecast because of its powerful storage retrieval ben...

Nurses and allied professionals at heart of cardiovascular prevention and management programs

...on programmes in heart disease, and Professor Christi Deaton, Chairperson of the ESC Council on Cardiovascular Nursing and Allied Professions (CCNAP), foresees an even greater role given the complex needs of people with heart disease. "Of course, we are working to prevent cardiovascular disease," says Profess...

Z Trim to be Distributed in Israel by Freya ICB

...lends in Israel. With sales growth of 29.9% forecast (Research and Markets Reports) for Israel's mass grocery retail (MGR) sector to 2010, Z Trim foresees potential for steady growth in sales of its multifunctional fiber ingredients over the next few years. "The food industry in Israel reflects sol...

Obama Reforms Could Spark 'New Healthcare Economy' If Investors Increase Funding, Says Leading Healthcare Venture Firm

...nd improve quality of care, and will also require better alignment of economic incentives across payers, providers and patients. Unfortunately, Psilos foresees an "innovation gap" that may prevent successful reform, due to a lack of U.S. venture capital investment in healthcare services and technologies. ...

Pharmaceutical Water Markets, the Economic Crunch Creates New Opportunities in Southern and Eastern Europe

...er treatment systems market segment in the pharmaceutical sector. Frost & Sullivan's European Environment Research Analyst, Karthikeyan Ravikumar, foresees "that the water and wastewater management market in the European pharmaceutical industry has exciting opportunities to offer particularly in the water...

Medicare Fraud: How Many Dead Doctors Does it Take to Prescribe $90 Million in Medical Equipment for Medicare Patients?

...lans in the US. Listeners are invited to join The Health Insurance Advocate Show , Saturday, July 19, at 12 p.m. CST to learn about what Cannon foresees for seniors with Medicare as the system faces potential change. Important questions covered in this week's show: What happens when Me...
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American Chemical Society weekly presspac -- June 10, 2009

...oon become a thing of the past, according to an article scheduled for the June 15 issue of Chemical & Engineering News , ACS' weekly newsmagazine. It foresees a new generation of unobtrusive or even visually attractive solar panels that blend seamlessly into the architecture of homes and business. C&EN s...

A missing enzyme conveys major heart protection in pre-clinical work

...w are how long it takes to grow new blood vessels, and are there are dangerous or undesirable effects anywhere else in the animals? Potentially, he foresees a day when people whose arteries are in the early stages of blockage could be treated so they can grow new blood vessels to preserve their heart funct...

Buckminster Fuller takes on big coal

...his extensive experience with "living machines"biological technologies that echo natural systems to produce clean water and environmental clean-upTodd foresees plant-based systems that will detoxify the vast lagoons of coal slurry in the region, build new healthy soils, and yield raw products for economic pur...

The coming convergence

...onsiders tomorrow's main currents in biotechnology, cognitive science, information technology, and nanotechnology. Looking even further downstream, he foresees both exciting and potentially dangerous developments: Longer, healthier lives Cheap, generally available food, energy, and technology Re...

MIT material stops bleeding in seconds

...perimenting with the liquid during brain surgery, the researchers discovered that some of the peptides could also stop bleeding, Ellis-Behnke said. He foresees that the material could be of great use during surgery, especially surgery that is done in a messy environment such as a battlefield. A fast and relia...

Smooth sailing: 'cruise ship virus' tackled by UH, Baylor College of Medicine

...E helping to fund this research. According to Ruchhoeft, while the center is certainly interested in a more effective diagnostic tool for Norwalk, it foresees using this approach for other diseases, as well. "If someone else has the antibody for other pathogens, then we can use it to coat the retrorefl...

HIV vaccine takes different tack to boosting immune response

...ough so you don't have to take these anti-HIV drugs all the time." Chen anticipates testing the HIV vaccine in humans in the next several years. He foresees the SOCS1 silencing strategy enhancing therapeutic and prophylactic vaccines against other pathogens in addition to HIV. Drs. Xiao-Tong Song and Ke...

University of Delaware researchers develop cancer 'nanobomb'

...e these initial experiments are on breast cancer cells, he is also working to extend his method to prostate cancer and pancreatic cancer. He also foresees nano-bio-robots or nano-surgical tools that can be placed inside the body to remove tumors in areas previously inaccessible using traditional treatmen...

DNA Molecules Used To Assemble Nanoparticles

...d easily in many different ways would enable a clinic to offer 25 different "flavors" of dendrimer with only ten synthesis steps, Baker said. Baker foresees a nanoparticle cluster in which a single dendrimer carries three single-strands of DNA, each with a sequence specific to the DNA attached to other kin...
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AFFiRiS AG: Atherosclerosis Vaccine Development Receives EU Support

...dies. In October 2008, the company succeeded in gaining GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals as its licensing partner for the Alzheimer's vaccine. The contract foresees payments of up to EUR 430 million (these payments are dependent on certain milestones). AFFiRiS currently employs 50 highly-qualified staff and recent...

Nerviano Medical Sciences Receives Approval From the FDA to Enter Phase I Clinical Trials for Their Polo Like Kinase (PLK) Inhibitor

... clinical development, respectively, and are starting to show promising activity in specific patient populations. The clinical development path foresees application of the NMS PLK-1 inhibitor in solid and hematological indications. "I am pleased to see the second IND approval this year and I highly app...

FDA Provides A Positive Review of InNexus Biotechnology Development Plan for Lead Product

...testing and recommended a more expeditious design for the final animal studies to set the stage for human studies. Per these recommendations, InNexus foresees no regulatory impediment to the initiation of human clinical studies in early 2010. "We are pleased to announce the completion of our pre-IND me...

Sophisticated nano-structures assembled with magnets

...variety of different particle structures are possible by changing the size, type and or degree of magnetism of the particles," Yellen said. Yellen foresees the use of these nano-structures in advanced optical devices, such as sensors, where different nano-structures could be designed to possess custom-mad...

Famed IT Investor and Director of 23andme Esther Dyson Identifies on IdeasProject.com Genetic Information as an Extremely Disruptive Force

...s that as we further our understanding of genetics, scientists in turn will be enabled to reconfigure how genes work to achieve desired results. Dyson foresees future technology where scientists will be able to inject a specific genomic structure into an individual to save their life, or through proper genomi...

Scientists engineer superconducting thin films

...ther progress, including using these techniques to significantly enhance superconducting properties in other known or new superconductors." Bozovic foresees future research investigating different combinations of non-superconducting materials. "Further study of the temperature-enhancement mechanism might e...

Using living cells as nanotechnology factories

...e the cell can tolerate this kind of structure and still do its job. It's amazing," said Yan. Yan acknowledges that this is just the first step, but foresees there are many interesting DNA variations to consider next. "The fact that the natural cellular machinery can tolerate artificial DNA objects is quite...

Neptune Technologies expands into medicinal markets in Asia Pacific

...l partner Inovail Pty Ltd ("Inovail"), announce the successful launch of OmegaGen(R) as a complementary medicine in Australia and New Zealand. Neptune foresees this market entry as a commercial portal for Neptune into large medicinal Asian Pacific markets. Inovail in collaboration with PharmaLink, which ran...

Bioscience Company Chooses Microsoft Dynamics AX to Improve Support for Compliance With Industry Rules

...le industries and applications, both within the United States and internationally," said Andrew J. Buckland, CFO at PURE Bioscience. PURE Bioscience foresees the following benefits from its implementation of Microsoft Dynamics AX 4.0: -- Support for growth. One of the primary objectives of the i...

Lucigen Receives Funding, Breaks New Ground with Enzyme Research

... previously. The potential impact of Lucigens ability to unlock the door to a microbial world depends on the application, according to Mead. But he foresees his companys products having impact and being used in several industries, including human health, animal health and diagnostics. Were looking to conve...
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