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    Focused Ultrasound Foundation Earns CEO Cancer Gold Standard Accreditation

      The CEO Roundtable on Cancer has accredited Focused Ultrasound Foundation in Charlottesville, VA, with the CEO Cancer Gold StandardTM, recognizing its efforts to reduce the risk of cancer for its employees and covered family members. Save |  Share  Email 21st Sep 2016 

    The neuroscience behind why people keep believing Trump's most egregious lies - Quartz

      Quartz Donald Trump genius for lying approaches pathological. Witness his latest deceit-when he was finally compelled to correct his most infamous mega-fib, that president Barack Obama was born outside the US (and Save |  Share  Email 21st Sep 2016 

    Gore touts 1-year data from Japanese study of Viabahn stent graft - Mass Device

      Mass Device Gore's Viabahn W.L. Gore & Associates yesterday released 1-year data from a Japanese study of its Viabahn stent graft, touting a nearly 90% primary patency rate at 12 months. Data comes from a 103-patient Save |  Share  Email 21st Sep 2016 

    76% of Patients Face Barriers to Self-Care, Health Improvement -

      The survey, completed by over 2,000 adult patients, found a number of common barriers to patient wellness and independent health maintenance, including a lack of motivation and time, the cost of care, a Save |  Share  Email 21st Sep 2016 

    More breast cancer patients should get radiation, new guidelines say - Medical Xpress

      Medical Xpress (HealthDay)-New guidelines issued by three leading cancer organizations suggest that more breast cancer patients should get radiation therapy after a mastectomy. Overall, the guidelines say there's e Save |  Share  Email 21st Sep 2016 

    Search engines forced to butcher keywords related to 'sex determination' in India - Big News

      Big News ... Prenatal diagnostic, Prenatal foetoscopy for sex selection, Prenatal ultrasonography for sex selection, Sex selection procedure, Sex selection technique, Sex selectio Save |  Share  Email 21st Sep 2016 

    Bladder cancer

      Bla is a complex disease associated with high morbidity and mortality rates if not treated optimally. Awareness of haematuria as the major presenting symptom is paramount, and early diagnosis with individualised treatment and follow-up is the key to a successful outcome. For non-muscle-i Save |  Share  Email 21st Sep 2016 

    Health Insurance Acquisitions Impede Competition in 24 States -

      The study used data from 2014 based on commercial enrollment in health maintenance organizations (HMO), preferred provider organizations (PPO), consumer-driven health plans and point-of-service (POS) plans. When Save |  Share  Email 21st Sep 2016 

    Medical software firm finishes its headquarters relocation to Richardson - Dallas Business Journal

      Dallas Business Journal A Carrollton-based electronic heath records and revenue management firm has finished its corporate headquarters relocation that has brought about 250 employees to Richard Save |  Share  Email 21st Sep 2016 

    Dr. Joseph Bojrab remembered as expert educator in veterinary community - dvm360

      dvm360 Dr. M. Joseph Bojrab (Photos by Greg Kindred)Well-known veterinary educator M. Joseph Bojrab, DVM, MS, PhD, passed away on Tuesday, Sept. 13, at the age of 76. He is being mourned throughout the veterinary field. Whe Save |  Share  Email 21st Sep 2016 

    Immunotherapy-related Pneumonitis More Common With Combo Therapy - Cancer Therapy Advisor

      Pneumonitis associated with PD-1/PD-L1 monoclonal antibodies is more common when given in combination with anti-CTLA-4 monoclonal antibodies. Pneumonitis associated with anti-programmed death-1 (PD-1)/programmed d Save |  Share  Email 21st Sep 2016 

    Breast Cancer Scars Do Not Need to Be Visible

      Hidden Scar is an advanced approach in which breast surgeons remove cancerous tissue through a single incision made in inconspicuous areas to minimize visible scarring. By using this approach, surgeons are able to preserve a natural-looking breast by sparing the nipple, areola and surrounding tissu Save |  Share  Email 21st Sep 2016 

    New human biology major gives competitive edge to students - SDSU Collegian

      Previously, the biology major had two specializations: secondary education or pre-professional. Last fall the pre-professional specialization was renamed and added as a separate major: human biology. It features much of the sam Save |  Share  Email 21st Sep 2016 

    United States Ruthenium Industry 2016 Examined in New Market Research Report - Medgadget (blog)

      ... Space Medicine Sports Medicine Surgery Thoracic Surgery Urology Vascular Surgery SUBSCRIBE Submit About; Follow. Facebook Save |  Share  Email 21st Sep 2016 

    Fecal microbiota transplant effective for GVHD after stem cell transplantation - Healio

      AUTHORS: Kakihana K, Fujioka Y, Suda W, Najima Y, Kuwata G, Sasajima S, Mimura I, Morita H, Sugiyama D, Nishikawa H, Hattori M, Hino Y, Ikegawa S, Yamamoto K, Toya T, Doki N, Koizumi K, Honda K, Ohashi K. BACKGROUND Save |  Share  Email 21st Sep 2016 

    Buffalo Hybridge Free Implant Seminar - WKBW-TV

      WKBW-TV Hybridge dental implants solve a wide range of complex dental problems. Dr. Robert J. Meisner and the team at Buffalo Hybridge can restore your dental health and quality of life with this nationally-recognized, proven and simplified approach to a w Save |  Share  Email 21st Sep 2016 

    MRI scanner sees emotions flickering across an idle mind - Science Daily

      Science Daily The data produced by a functional MRI hasn't changed, but the group is applying new multivariate statistics to the scans of brain activity to see different emotions as networks of activity distributed across areas Save |  Share  Email 21st Sep 2016 

    Leading Researchers Present Latest Scientific Advances at American Thyroid Association Annual Meeting

      Scientists from around the globe will gather at the upcoming 86th Annual Meeting of the American Thyroid Association (ATA), September 21-25, 2016, in Denver, Colorado, to report on advances in thyroidology research. A broad spectrum of topics related to basic scientific research on thyroid developm Save |  Share  Email 21st Sep 2016 

    Researcher Receives $5.2 Million to Develop Affordable Diagnostic Test for Chagas Disease

      An international team of researchers led by infectious disease experts at the University of Georgia has received $5.2 million from the National Institutes of Health to develop a more accurate, affordable diagnostic test for Chagas disease, a parasitic infection that kills more than 50,000 people ea Save |  Share  Email 21st Sep 2016 

    AAFP Just Says No to Reporters - MedPage Today

      It is true that there are only three reporters here at the COD: two from MedPage Today and one from Medscape -- but we three are writing articles that are being read not only by FPs, but also by other MDs, DOs, NPs, and PAs in all specialties. Seems ...and Save |  Share  Email 21st Sep 2016 
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