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Medical researchers being stifled by NHS Red tape

The ethical safeguards and NHS red tape following the Alder Hey body parts scandal are stifling research into new medicines, according to researchers//. With restrictions on approaching study volunteers, excessive paperwork, and seemingly arbitrary judgments by ethics committees many doctors have b...

Earvin 'Magic' Johnson and the Magic Johnson Foundation Give Students their 'Blueprint for Success' at Annual Leadership Conference

...cholarship Program (TMSP) was implemented to subsidize education expenses for college bound students who show exemplary scholastic achievement but are stifled by their socio-economic condition. "We are extremely passionate about our students in the Program and their well being, and we work on a daily b...

Anti-Aging Expo & Symposium Crowns a Personal Journey to Wellness

...oto: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20080902/CLTU129 ) Gilbert, the creator of the Anti-Aging Expo & Symposium, remembers another life -- one stifled by fatigue and chronic illness. Now as energetic as ever, Gilbert is sharing her path to wellness with others. The Anti-Aging Expo & Symposium is ...

Researchers identify and shut down protein that fuels ovarian cancer

... HOUSTON - A protein that stimulates blood vessel growth worsens ovarian cancer, but its production can be stifled by a tiny bit of RNA wrapped in a fatty nanoparticle, a research team led by scientists at The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center report...

JCI table of contents: Feb. 21, 2008

...anulomatous disease (CGD). Although a mouse model of gp91phox deficiency has been described, the study of p22phox-dependent immune deficiency has been stifled by the lack of an animal model. However, Botond Banfi and colleagues, at the University of Iowa, Iowa City, have now identified the nmf333 mouse strai...

Diabetes Drug to Carry 'black Box' Warning of Congestive Heart Failure Risk

...f the Scientific Integrity Program at the Union of Concerned Scientists in Washington DC, says that science is often sacrificed and reviewers' opinion stifled in favour of drug makers, who push for speedy approvals. The US House of Representatives is mooting the legislation to boost the evaluation of...

'Metro' - a Witty Look at Insensitivities of City Life

...ctor is nearly flawless in the chaos of corroded commitments in the city. Always witty, "Metro" moves through a laconic labyrinth of laughter and some stifled sobs. Sanjeev Dutta's dialogues are very indicative of the characters' inner world. They slice right into the characters' hearts and give us a...

DNA- A Dependable Determinant to Select Treatment Plan for Alcoholics

...lcoholics, which ultimately determine which drugs can be used to curb the irresistible urge to drink. The urge to consume alcoholic drinks can be stifled with drugs like Naltrexone and Acamprosate. The investigations done by the researcher highlights which characteristics of a patient determines the cho...

Inhospitable Response Curtail Growth Of Specialty Hospitals: United States

...terests and inadequate support. Wilson, in an opinion write-up in The Wall Street Journal, has expressed disappointment at the inadequate support that stifled the hospital’s growth and revenue, necessitating its closure within a year of operation. According to Wilson, competition fuels innovation, enc...
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Research required urgently to control planthopper pests

..., plentiful rice for the 3 billion people who depend on it. However, a steady dwindling of funding for public rice research over the past 15 years has stifled research to develop sustainable management practices that help farmers control pests. A report on the front page of the 18 May New York Times rev...
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Protect Maryland's Bioscience Industry

...ity for the researchers that have spent years -- and millions of dollars -- developing the original products, future research and development could be stifled as backers see no possible return on their already risky investment. The effect would be felt across the bioscience industry, especially here in Mar...

Research by Case Western Reserve University, VA earns cover of prestigious science publication

...ce, says Weder, who is the senior author of the paper, adding that in the past, the broad technological utilization of polymer nanocomposites has been stifled by a lack of effective methods to control nanoparticle dispersion in materials. In their new approach, the team used a process in which the reinforci...

Industry Veterans discuss the "next big thing"

...om wireless or network-based technologies will be absorbed by incumbent carriers, leaving startups out of pocket. Kapor argued that innovation will be stifled in the short term given the venture capital community's "enormous conservatism." The "Next Big Thing" will most likely come from someone outside the c...
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Ebola

...s present, especially in the Democratic Republic of the Congo 12 . Other countries that have been hard hit include Uganda, where an outbreak in 2000 stifled its waning tourism industry (Busharizi). Ebola has also made countries like Uganda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Sudan to lose revenue throug...
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