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Teamwork cuts out unnecessary biopsies, researchers find

...ound that when nuclear medicine clinicians and treating physicians work together to interpret PET-CT scan results, the accuracy dramatically improves, sparring patients unnecessary pain and suffering. Often used prior to and after cancer treatment, the highly sensitive PET-CT has improved the ability to ...

It's Time to Reassess the Value, Safety of Multivitamin Use, Says Harvard Men's Health Watch

... BOSTON, Feb. 27 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Although physician-scientists and supplement manufacturers are often at odds, they don't spend much time sparring over multivitamins. In fact, half the physicians on the Harvard Men's Health Watch advisory board report taking a multivitamin themselves. In recent y...
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MRSA use amoeba to spread, new research shows

...y scene. Even today, it has no known animal host". "The most likely reason is that Legionella and many pathogens learned their pathogenicity after sparring with single-celled organisms like amoeba for millions of years. Because our human cells are very similar to these primitive, single-celled organisms,...
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Candidates' sparring over jobs focuses debate on right issue

Waukesha, Wis. - A defining moment in the first televised debate in Wisconsin's campaign for governor came when Orville Beene, a 67-year-old man from Brown Deer, asked Gov. Jim Doyle and challenger Mark Green how they would help turn around Milwaukee's economy. Beene, who had worked for Pa...

State should keep open mind on nuclear power

...east remove impediments to exploring the potential for "next-generation" nuclear energy. Recent articles by Tom Still Tom Still: Candidates' sparring over jobs focuses debate on right issue Tom Still: Biomedical Alliance about more than stem cells Tom Still: Who's right about Wisconsin -...

Tommy Thompson's Iowa strategy isn't far-fetched

...t time in the right state. Recent articles by Tom Still Tom Still: State should keep open mind on nuclear power Tom Still: Candidates' sparring over jobs focuses debate on right issue Tom Still: Biomedical Alliance about more than stem cells Tom Still: Who's right about Wisconsin -...

300 millionth American no cause for eco-alarm

...Tom Still: Tommy Thompson's Iowa strategy isn't far-fetched Tom Still: State should keep open mind on nuclear power Tom Still: Candidates' sparring over jobs focuses debate on right issue Tom Still: Biomedical Alliance about more than stem cells Tom Still: Who's right about Wisconsin -...

What citizens don't ask political candidates

...Tom Still: Tommy Thompson's Iowa strategy isn't far-fetched Tom Still: State should keep open mind on nuclear power Tom Still: Candidates' sparring over jobs focuses debate on right issue Tom Still: Biomedical Alliance about more than stem cells Tom Still: Who's right about Wisconsin -...

Re-engineering our economy to be sustainable and profitable

...Tom Still: Tommy Thompson's Iowa strategy isn't far-fetched Tom Still: State should keep open mind on nuclear power Tom Still: Candidates' sparring over jobs focuses debate on right issue Tom Still is president of the Wisconsin Technology Council. To learn more about Engineering Sustainabili...
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