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Friday 31st October 2014

CheckMate-063: Bristol’s Opdivo At Center Of Attention In Lung Immunotherapy

In an interview with “The Pink Sheet” DAILY, Bristol’s nivolumab lead exec Fouad Noumani comments on benefits and side effects – including pneumonitis – after Phase II third-line squamous lung cancer study broadly hits goals.

AutoSaver Group Raises $20,000 for American Cancer Society, Largest Donation from New Vermont Partner for 2014

AutoSaver Makes Largest Donation to American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer with ‘Drive for the Cure’ Campaign Montpelier, Vermont (PRWEB) October 31, 2014 On Monday, AutoSaver Group presented a check for $20,000 from the company’s ‘Drive for a Cure’ campaign to the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. The donation was the largest gi...

Insights & Highlights from the Dohmen Life Science Services 2014 Entrepreneur Summit

Dohmen Life Science Services held their first Entrepreneur Summit, last week at the Harley Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, drawing more than 100 executives to reimagine the future of the life sciences industry. Panels Share Key Insights: Life Science entrepreneurs addressed the crowd independently, then joined together to respond to audience questions. From left to r...

First Human Clinical Trial of 'C dots' Highlights Safety

Nanoparticles designed to adhere to and light up cancer cells have reached a major milestone in their bench-to-bedside journey. A first clinical trial of these ultrasmall, multifunctional particles has deemed them safe for humans and cleared easily by the body.Read more

Doctors That Harm: The Real Stories Insurance Companies Against Prop 46 Don't Want You To Know, Part 10 of Consumer Watchdog Campaign Series

CARMEL, Calif., Oct. 31, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Dr. Bergstrom was arrested based on a report of sexual assault after a night of drinking. During the trial, the prosecution produced an audiotape which Dr. Bergstrom had accidentally created when he left his office dictation machine on. Dr. Bergstrom was heard buying cocaine, using cocaine, and trading cocaine for sex on the 5.5 hours-...

Patricia Sun Announces Free Audio Recording of New Teleseminar - Relationships and Matching Energy: The Good, the Bad and the Wonderful @patriciasun #matchingenergy

Patricia Sun Media announces the release of a free audio recording titled Relationships and Matching Energy: The Good, the Bad and the Wonderful. Ms. Sun introduces her insights on wonderful win-win relationships, expanding on and empowering both men and women, and also draws on concepts from her new blog, Domestic Abuse..."it's complicated." BERKELEY, CA (PRWEB) October 31, 2014 Pa...

Through Len's Lens: Putting a Price on Value

(MedPage Today) -- Cancer care has no simple 'bang for your buck' formula.

Walgreens CFO to Present at Credit Suisse 2014 Healthcare Conference Nov. 12

Timothy McLevish, chief financial officer, Walgreen Co. (NYSE: WAG) (Nasdaq: WAG), will present during the Credit Suisse Healthcare Conference at the Arizona Biltmore, Phoenix, Arizona, at approximately 8:30 a.m. Mountain time, Wednesday, Nov. 12. McLevish’s presentation will be webcast live and can be heard by visiting http://investor.walgreens...

12 inspirational individuals and organizations receive Karmanos Cancer Institute's 2014 Heroes of Breast Cancer Awards

DETROIT, Oct. 31, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute recognized 12 outstanding individuals and organizations at its 20th annual Heroes of Breast Cancer Awards event, held on Oct. 27 at the Max M. Fisher Music Center. More than 200 guests were in attendance to celebrate these honorees for their demonstrated leadership in raising awareness of breast c...

Selecting a Qualified Plastic Surgeon Can be a Matter of Life and Death

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The very tragic recent case of an English woman who died in Thailand while attempting to receive a cheap buttock augmentation is another reminder of the importance of seeking plastic surgery from only the most reputable, board certified plastic surgeons. Payam Jarrah-Nejad, MD, FICS, FACS, better known as Dr. J to his patients and colleagues, has bee...

Specialised Therapeutics' Abraxane to be reimbursed via Australian PBS

Australian biopharma company Specialised Therapeutics is to have its Abraxane (nanoparticle albumin-bound paclitaxel) in combination with gemcitabine, reimbursed via the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) for patients with metastatic pancreatic can...

Scientists Pursue Novel Blood Tests for Cancer

(MIT Technology Review) – The Hong Kong scientist who invented a simple blood test to show pregnant women if their babies have Down syndrome is now testing a similar technology for cancer. Yuk Ming “Dennis” Lo says screening for signs ̷...

Seattle Genetics jumps on upbeat Q3 results; target set at $65 at H.C.Wainwright

Seattle Genetics (NASDAQ:SGEN) advanced to a one-month high after the biotechnology company that focuses on developing cancer treatment drugs reported third-quarter results that beat analysts’ expectations. Shares of the Bothell, Washington-bas...

CMK Select Recognized as Women's Business Enterprise / CMK Select Joins AT&T, Bausch & Lomb, AbbVie Inc. and Other Top WBENC-certified Corporations

PINE BROOK, NJ -- (Marketwired) -- 10/31/14 -- Since 1997, women-owned businesses have increased in number by 68 percent. CMK Select, a pharmaceuticals business management and consulting services ...

The Older Indian Women Having Children

(BBC) – Rajo Devi is 75. Her daughter and first-born child, Naveen, is five. In India the average woman lives to 68 – Rajo Devi says she was fortunate to become a mother at 70. There is no way to … Read More

Prostate Cancer Debate: Round table expert discussion

Debate on the latest in prostate cancer treatment with Prof Eleni Efstathiou (MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, USA), Prof Nicolas Mottet (University Hospital, Saint-Étienne, France), Prof Noel Clarke (The Christie Hospital, Manchester,...

Loss of Chromosome Y Increases Men's Risk for Cancer

Men who lose chromosome Y in their blood cells are more likely to get cancer and to die younger, report researchers. Medscape Medical News

Beyond the Movember Mustache: Dr. Karol, Medical Director of Natural Health Products Online Marketplace Vitarock.com, Takes on Men’s Health on The Natural Health Show

In honor of Prostate Cancer Health Awareness Month, a.k.a., Movember, Dr. Karol Wojewnik will be tackling natural health prevention and detection strategies this weekend (Nov. 1st & 2nd) on The Natural Health Show. Dr. Karol is the resident doctor for Vitarock.com, North America’s source for natural health products online. Toronto, ON (PRWEB) October 31, 2014 Movember: It’s a time to focu...

Med-Care Diabetic & Medical Supplies, Inc. Partners with Lifescript to Provide Online Diabetes Health Center

Online Resource Will Offer News, Tips and Recipes for People Living with Diabetes Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) October 31, 2014 Med-Care Diabetic & Medical Supplies, Inc., a leading wellness company founded on the highest principles of patient care and service, announced a new partnership with Lifescript, a leading health and wellness website, to provide an online Diabetes Health Center for those l...

Eminent immuno-oncologist, Dr. Wayne Hancock, joins Progenra, Inc.’s Scientific Advisory Board

Progenra, Inc. announced today that Dr. Wayne Hancock, Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine has joined their Scientific Advisory Board. Dr. Hancock is a world-renowned expert in immunology, inflammation, and mechanisms of disease pathologies, and his addition to the board will add strength to Progenr...

Broad Institute, UC Berkeley and UCSC receive NCI Cancer Genomics Cloud Pilot contract

A team from the Broad Institute, the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of California, Santa Cruz, was awarded one of three National Cancer Institute Cancer Genomics Cloud Pilot contracts with the goal of building a system that wi...

Chronic pain sufferers find prescription painkillers ineffective for long-term relief, survey reports

Creative Commons/johnofhammondHydrocodone is a semi-synthetic opioid derived from codeine.A recent survey conducted by the Center for Public Advocacy at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation reports that Americans with chronic pain do not find long-term relief from the use of prescription painkillers. The online survey polled 1,006 people who suffer from chronic pain; it was commissioned by...

Rice-led research shows how migratory cancer cells acquire 'stem-like' properties

In the first study of its kind, Rice University researchers have mapped how information flows through the genetic circuits that cause cancer cells to become metastatic. The research reveals a common pattern in the decision-making that allows cancer c...

Johns Hopkins engineers invent lab device that yields microscopic look at metastasis

Johns Hopkins engineers have invented a lab device to give cancer researchers an unprecedented microscopic look at metastasis, the complex way that tumor cells spread through the body, causing more than 90 percent of cancer-related deaths. By sheddin...

Drug tests on mothers' hair links recreational drug use to birth defects

Drug tests on 517 mothers in English inner city hospitals found that nearly 15% had taken recreational drugs during pregnancy and that mothers of babies with birth defects of the brain were significantly more likely to have taken drugs than mothers w...


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