Aethlon Medical Releases Shareholder Letter to Discuss the Treatment of Hepatitis-C Virus (HCV)
... in the marketplace.
Significant challenges exist for drugs seeking to supplant
SOC therapy, as new candidates must demonstrate substantially greater patie...bination with our Hemopurifier(R)? Regardless, a drug candidate wishing to supplant
SOC therapy in the market will need to Bob Beamon (surpassed world long jum...
CIDP Treated With Plasma-Derived Therapy
...nts who encounter hurdles to accessing their lifesaving therapy.
PIDD is treated by infusing or injecting immune globulin therapy, which works to supplant
a damaged or deficient immune system. According to the Immune Deficiency Foundation, the advocacy organization leading the support for the IVIG Access...
AstraZeneca's Drug Will Become the New Clinical Gold Standard by 2012 for the Treatment of Metastatic Hormone-Refractory Prostate Cancer
...viewed key opinion leaders' optimism for zibotentan's Phase II survival data combined with our survey results make zibotentan the most likely agent to supplant
Sanofi-Aventis' Taxotere as our gold standard treatment for metastatic hormone-refractory prostate cancer patients," stated Natalia Reoutova, M.Sc., a...
Biopure Announces 2007 Fourth Quarter and Year-End Financial Results
...ilities with Navy preclinical investigators. Based on information
to date, all of which is interim, we do not anticipate that these
modifications will supplant
Hemopure. Proceeds to the Company from the
product sales are expected to be $1.6 million.
Compassionate Use Cases
Hemopure has been administered t...
Anti-Clotting Drug Trial Shortened by Bleeding Problems
...and I wouldn't rule it out. But we would need another large trial to prove it."
Idraparinux is not the only anti-clotting medication in the race to supplant
warfarin, Go noted. "At least two oral inhibitors are being tested," he said. "There are different approaches to affecting clotting factors, and there...
Optical Coherence Tomography Market to Top $800 Million by 2012
...s in 1996, OCT offers the promise of fast,
high-resolution diagnostic images for a variety of clinical applications.
In fact, OCT has the potential to supplant
existing imaging technologies in
some medical specialties.
According to "Optical Coherence Tomography -- Technology, Markets, and
NADP Calls on Congress and the White House to Work Together to Cover Children's Dental Health
...eaders, NADP emphasized the
following key points:
-- Dental services should be a mandatory CHIP benefit. -- CHIP coverage should supplement not supplant
private coverage. -- Public awareness of the importance of oral health and dental coverage should be expanded. -- Dental payers should be ...
Critical Illness Insurance: What You Need to Know
...ng-term care insurance lawyer. (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20070717/NYFNSC02 ) According to Darras, this insurance is not meant to supplant
life or disability insurance. Rather, it is payment for sickness, specific
kinds of treatment not ordinarily covered by traditional insurance....
NEWSWEEK: Cover: Giving Globally: How to Heal the World
...r systems such as Chinese foot pumps, buried aqueducts and other ancient water-supply technologies. While the older systems may never entirely supplant
modern, mechanized solutions, they can prove more effective and sustainable in many cases, Caryl reports. -- Senior Editor Steven Levy reports th...
NEWSWEEK: Media Lead Sheet: October 1, 2007 Issue (on newsstands Monday, Sept. 24).
...s such as the forgotten Chinese foot pumps, buried
aqueducts and other ancient water-supply technologies. While the ancient
systems may never entirely supplant
modern, mechanized solutions, they also
shouldn't be written off. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/20920358/site/newsweek/ "Give One, Get One" (p. 72)....
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...octors & Hospitals>Medical Tests & Exams> Gene Therapy and Children ... Gene therapy seeks to provide genes that correct or supplant
the disease ... Somatic gene therapy introduces therapeutic genes at the tissue or cellular ... CHOOSING TARGETS FOR GENE THERAPY ...
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Silicon with afterburners: Process developed at Rice could be boon to electronics manufacturer
... that has trillions of dollars and millions of person-years invested into it. So we decided it would be good to complement silicon, rather than try to supplant
He anticipates wide industry interest in the process, in which carbon molecules could be bonded with silicon either through a chemical bath or...
Managing carbon loss
...ractices, including the integration of cover crops, manure, and compost, to supplant
carbon loss in corn stover removed cropping systems. The results indicate ...is research demonstrates that under proper management, livestock manure can supplant
carbon lost from corn stover removal, and actually provide an environmental...
Lean and mean biomass-degrading fungus reveals capabilities for improved biofuel production
...ke poplar, agricultural crop residues, and municipal waste, into next-generation biofuels. Through these incremental advances, we hope to eventually supplant
the gasoline-dependent transportation sector of our economy with a more carbon-neutral strategy.
For millennia, civilization has long relied on nat...
Wind power explored off California's coast
...ird study area the researchers looked at was a specific area in Northern California off Cape Mendocino. They found that a wind park at this site would supplant
about 5 percent of California's electricity coming from carbon-emitting sources, Dvorak said. When combined with offshore wind energy at several other...
Selfish DNA and the Genetic Control of Vector-Borne Diseases
... populations would not change the rate of disease transmission. In order to reduce pathogen transmission, it is critical that the modified mosquitoes supplant
the wild population. Population genetics tells us that this is unlikely to occur under normal conditions even if huge numbers of modified mosquitoes ...
Corn grain mould used as pesticide
...nfected grains in fields of cotton. As a result, the non-toxic strain was present in substantially larger amounts and was thus able to almost entirely supplant
the toxic variety." The success was overwhelming: aflatoxin infection of the cotton cobs dropped from an average of 1,000 ppb (parts per billion) to b...
Not-for-profit publishers call NIH public access rule a missed opportunity
...ut the NIH proposal have not been addressed. These include:
# It will be costly and duplicative because NIH will create a new government program to supplant
existing and highly successful private efforts;
# It will divert federal dollars away from biomedical research at a time of limited domestic discreti...
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UW attracts speaker on network that could supplant Internet
Larry Peterson, chair of Princeton's computer science department The Internet may have become a victim of its own success.
In a seminar Tuesday evening held by the University of Wisconsin-Madison's computer science department, a leading Princeton researcher said the commercial Internet is no ...
Material world: Graphene's versatility promises new applications
... graphene layer without scattering. This property is critical for many device applications and has prompted speculation that graphene could eventually supplant
silicon as the substance of choice for computer chips, offering the prospect of ultrafast computers operating at terahertz speeds, rocketing past curr...
Heres how todays Wisconsin children will find jobs tomorrow
...e future are more likely to rely more on 21st century technology than 20th century assembly lines. Brains will replace brawn, and resourcefulness will supplant
the ability to perform repetitive tasks.
What fields hold the most promise for todays Wisconsin students? They must look to areas in which the stat...
A high-tech Trek at the Tour de France
...ming up from the back of wheels.
With the increasing precision of computer modeling and its contributions to efficiency, could CFD programs one day supplant
the wind tunnel entirely?
"There's a feeling that the wind tunnel is the gold standard among a lot of people," Rinard said, noting some continued s...
Immunoassay of Theophylline by fluorescence polarisation
...handle radioactive material, waste disposal is complicated, and reagents have short shelf-lives. Consequently, other techniques have been developed to supplant
RIA. One of the most promising, generally applicable approaches, is fluorescence immunoassay (FIA). With FIA, the label is a small fluorescent molecul...
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...ve enough food to support a viable breeding population of homeothermic animals. In these niches, poikilotherms such as large lizards, crabs and frogs supplant
homeotherms such as birds and mammals.
...ughly known. ... On the other hand, as Mr. Galton has remarked, if the prudent avoid marriage, whilst the reckless marry, the inferior members tend to supplant
the better members of society. Man, like every other animal, has no doubt advanced to his present high condition through a struggle for existence cons...
Additionally, some scientists have theorized that an adaptation which serves to make the organism more adaptable in the future will also tend to supplant
its competitors even though it provides no specific advantage in the near term. Descendants of that organism will be more varied and therefore more re...