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State to provide $75 million in mental health grants
Los Angeles Times - 2 Hours ago
Advertisement SAN FRANCISCO -- State Treasurer Bill Lockyer announced the approval Thursday of $75.3 million in grants that aim to stabilize residents with severe mental illness before they land in
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Scientists in UN-backed initiative decode tsetse fly genome
Xinhua News Agency - 83 Minutes ago
UNITED NATIONS, April 24 (Xinhua) -- Scientists in a United Nations-backed collaborative have cracked the genetic code of the bloodsucking tsetse fly in a breakthrough that brings new hope to the fight
Tsetse fly genome breakthrough brings hope for African farmers FAO
Scientists decode tsetse fly genome Xinhua News Agency
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Boy mostly alone in hospital room during unique cancer treatment
Chicago Tribune - 109 Minutes ago
_ At precisely the time 6-year-old Sammy most needed his parents, they were forced to keep their distance because his unique cancer treatment required so much radiation. Even his favorite blanket and
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New HPV test for cervical cancer risk wins approval
San Francisco Chronicle - 3 Hours ago
Roche Molecular Systems in Pleasanton won approval Thursday for the first test for human papillomavirus, or HPV, that can also be used to gauge a woman’s risk for developing cervical cancer. Using a sample
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Best Weapon In The War On Cancer? Hint: Your Mom Told You When You Were Three
Forbes.com - 54 Minutes ago
VideoThe answer, of course, is learning how to share. In medicine, the question is when, and how, to share data. The hope (and hype) of Big Data is that massive datasets can help researchers and companies
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HIV-positive and conceiving naturally
Washington Post - 4 Hours ago
When Susan Hartmann got married, she and her husband knew that they had to be careful. Given that she’s HIV-negative and he’s HIV-positive, they had to be vigilant about protected sex. But later, they
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Aurora Spine Corporation receives FDA approval
Reuters UK - 3 Hours ago
Aurora Spine Corporation:Receives U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) clearance for additional sizes of the company's sterile-packed ZIP ULTRA(TM) Minimally Invasive Interspinous Fusion System
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Statin Users Eating More, Gaining Weight, Study Shows
General Medicine eJournal - 3 Hours ago
SAN DIEGO, CA — Individuals prescribed statin therapy for high cholesterol levels have increased their caloric intake by nearly 10% and their intake of fat by 14% over a recent 10-year period, while
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Cancer surgery for ex-Barca soccer boss
World News Australia - 4 Hours ago
Former Barcelona manager Tito Vilanova, who is battling throat cancer, has undergone emergency surgery, Spanish media reported on Thursday. Vilanova has been fighting cancer for more than two years,
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Universal newborn screening for congenital CMV infection: what is the evidence of
Reviews in Medical Virology - 82 Minutes ago
SUMMARY Congenital CMV infection is a leading cause of childhood disability. Many children born with congenital CMV infection are asymptomatic or have nonspecific symptoms and therefore are typically
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Caution urged over smoking salmon; cooking method may cause cancer
Globe and Mail - 89 Minutes ago
Two University of British Columbia researchers are trying to find out whether the way First Nations in British Columbia have been smoking salmon for generations is actually carcinogenic. But B.C.’s deputy
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Talk-in-interaction and neuropsychological processes
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology - 3 Hours ago
Talk-in-interaction is characterized by a pattern of turn-taking between conversational partners and rapid shifts from turn to turn without pauses between turns. During talk-in-interaction speakers constantly
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Three cups of coffee a day could help keep diabetes away, scientists say
NewsRT.co.uk - 3 Hours ago
Drinking more coffee may slightly reduce your risk of diabetes, and people who drink three or more cups appear to be at the lowest risk of all, an American study has suggested.
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Global pancreatic cancer market: US & Germany have highest number of incident cases
Live-PR.com - 3 Hours ago
(live-PR.com) - Pancreatic cancer is one of the most fatal cancers around the world, with the highest incidence and mortality rates found in developed countries (Michaud, 2004). The risk of developing
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[18F]DPA-C5yne, a novel fluorine-18-labelled analogue of DPA-714: radiosynthesis
Labelled Compounds and Radiopharmaceuticals - 3 Hours ago
Abstract DPA-C5yne, the lead compound of a novel series of DPA-714 derivatives in which the fluoroethoxy chain linked to the phenylpyrazolopyrimidine scaffold has been replaced by a fluoroalkyn-1-yl
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Electronic Patch Monitors Patients, Delivers Drugs
Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry - 3 Hours ago
Posted in Research and Development by Chris Wiltz on April 24, 2014 Electronics startup MC10 is developing a patch that adheres to skin to monitor patient vitals and deliver drugs. Researchers
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Human brains as software the next tech step
Melbourne Age - 3 Hours ago
Sometimes the tenets of technology and articles of faith are damned difficult to distinguish. Central to both – at least when gazing hopefully into the future – are the ideas of freedom from space and
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FDA Approves 1st HPV DNA Test for Primary Cervical Cancer Screening
Oncology Times - 3 Hours ago
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has today approved the cobas human papillomavirus (HPV) DNA test for women 25 and older, which can be used alone to help a health care professional assess the need
FDA Approves Roche's HPV Test for First-Line Primary Screening for Cervical Cancer Pharmacy Choice
FDA approves Roche HPV DNA test for primary cervical cancer screening Yahoo! Finance
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FDA Approves HPV Test for Primary Cervical Cancer Screening
Cancernetwork.com - 3 Hours ago
Roche's HPV test can now be used as a primary screening method for cer... The US Food and Drug Administration approved an HPV DNA test earlier today to be used as a primary screening method for
FDA Approves First HPV Test for Primary Cervical Cancer Screening OncLive
FDA approves first HPV test for cervical cancer screening Drug Store News
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Controlling Brain Waves to Improve Vision
ScienceNewsline - 3 Hours ago
Have you ever accidently missed a red light or a stop sign? Or have you heard someone mention a visible event that you passed by but totally missed seeing? "When we have different things competing
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VCU researchers find treatment link between cancer and allergy medicine
Capital Bay - 84 Minutes ago
RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - Scientists have found a breakthrough in cancer research in an unexpected place. Researchers at VCU's Massey Cancer Center have uncovered a connection between allergies and cancer.
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FDA Approves HPV Test as Initial Screen for Cervical Cancer
Medbroadcast - 2 Hours ago
(HealthDay News) -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Thursday approved a human papillomavirus (HPV) test as a first step in cervical cancer screening for women aged 25 and older. "Today's approval
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Cell Phones Don't Cause Cancer, Says Pulitzer Prize Winning Cancer Doctor - Health
AEC News Room - 3 Hours ago
-- San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 24, 2014 RF SAFE, the world's premier provider of cell phone radiation protection accessories and informational data is concerned the public maybe confused by comments
Cell Phones Don't Cause Cancer Says Pulitzer Prize Winning Cancer Doctor Health BioPortfolio
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Researchers Trace HIV Adaptation to Its Human Host
ScienceNewsline - 3 Hours ago
"Much research has focused on how HIV adapts to antiviral drugs – we wanted to investigate how HIV adapts to us, its human host, over time," says lead author Zabrina Brumme from Simon Fraser University.
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The role of pelvic lymphadenectomy in non-muscle invasive bladder cancer - Abstract
UroToday - 40 Minutes ago
INTRODUCTION: We evaluated whether the extent of lymphadenectomy at the time of radical cystectomy for non-muscle invasive bladder cancer (NMIBC) impacts recurrence free survival. MATERIALS AND METHODS:
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