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Promise for Treating Low Back Pain - Radiofrequency a Trusted Technique With a New Application

...aine. Laurence Hicks, CEO of NeuroTherm the manufacturer of Simplicity lll, is a 20+ year participant in the medical device industry. "Simplicity lll is as revolutionary and promising a device as I have seen in my career, and we need to make the treatment accessible to the many suffering from this o...

New Relief for Sufferers of Low Back Pain

... for low back pain, S i mplicity lll. S i mplicity lll is a uniquely designed radio frequency electrode d...euroTherm(R) CTO who co-developed the S i mplicity lll device along with Dr. Bradley D. Vilims, M.D., D.A...ve Pain Center of Naples, Florida A S i mplicity lll prototype was presented to over 100 leading Pain M...

Highlights of Economic and Business Growth in the Tampa Bay Region

...re-foot facility with plans to expand their Manatee County operations. L-3 Aviation Recorders, a division of New York-based L-3 Communications (NYSE: lll ), employs 250 in Tampa Bay. (Contact: Jessica Parsons, 941-330-6369, Jessica.parsons@L-3com.com) Draper Laboratory to Expand into Tampa Bay Charl...
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Landmark Study for GSK's Cervical Cancer Vaccine Published in The Lancet

...) were similar to the control group. About HPV 008 PATRICIA (PApilloma TRIal Cervical cancer In young Adults) The Phase lll multi-centre, double-blind, randomised study involved a total of 18,644 women, aged between 15 and 25 years, from 14 countries across Europe, Asia-Pac...

Alseres Pharmaceuticals Initiates the ALTROPANE(R) POET-2 Phase III Clinical Trial Program

...neurologists of 25% to 35%. Dr. Mark Hurtt, the Company's Chief Medical Officer, commented, "The enrollment of the first subject in the POET-2 Phase lll program is an important milestone for Alseres as we continue the process of moving ALTROPANE toward regulatory approval. We believe that ALTROPANE has...
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