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Thursday 21st March 2019

Aspen Dental Makes Access to Care Easier in Suffolk

The new Aspen Dental office at 1013 University Blvd. will expand dental care access in the Suffolk community when it opens on Thurs., March 21. The new practice offers extended hours:


Aspen Dental Makes Access to Care Easier in Mount Pleasant

The new Aspen Dental office at 2402 S. Jefferson Ave. will expand dental care access in the Mount Pleasant community when it opens on Thurs., March 28. The new practice offers

Aspen Dental Makes Access to Care Easier in Palatine

The new Aspen Dental office at 968 E. Dundee Road will expand dental care access in the Palatine community when it opens on Thurs., March 28. The new practice offers extended hours: Monday t


SuperSonic Imagine supplies Paris Radiology Institute with 11 Aixplorer MACH 30 ultrasound systems

The ultrasound systems will be used for breast imaging as well as for general imaging, with a focus on osteoarticular imaging. The Paris Radiology Institute is a pioneer The post SuperSonic Imagine supplies Paris Radiology Institute with 11 Aixplorer MACH 30 ultrasound systems appeared first on Compelo Medical Devices - Latest industry news and analysis.

Sheba and Lonza to collaborate on Cocoon Platform bringing automated cell-therapy manufacturing to clinic

The partnership will enable Sheba to vastly streamline its in-house cell manufacturing process and produce genetically engineered human CAR-T cells for applications in treating critically ill oncology patients. The post Sheba and Lonza to collaborate on Cocoon Platform bringing automated cell-therapy manufacturing to clinic appeared first on Compelo Medical Devices - Latest industry news and anal...

Pharmacy Development Services (PDS) Announces Travis Wolff of Med-World Pharmacy as 2018 Pharmacist of the Year

2018 Pharmacist of the Year Named ORLANDO, Fla. (PRWEB) March 21, 2019 Travis Wolff, owner of Med-World Pharmacy, has been named 2018 Pharmacist of the Year by Pharmacy Development Services. PDS named the 2018 award winner at the 15th annual PDS Super-Conference (http://www.pdsconference.com). The Pharmacist of the Year award is given annually and honors one pharmacy owner’s dedication to impr...

The Rite Aid Foundation, Attorney General Josh Shapiro and Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation Host Teacher Training for Prescription Drug Safety Program in Western Pennsylvania

Today, a year after the Prescription Drug Safety program was rolled out in high schools in Western Pennsylvania, The Rite Aid Foundation, the Office of the Attorney General and the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation led a special training session for 50 additional teachers in Western Pennsylvania on the program, which is an innovative digital course about pres...

City of Hope Scientists Showcase New Findings at the 2019 AACR Meeting

Researchers will discuss data and ongoing studies involving CAR T cell therapy, advanced nonsmall cell lung cancer, use of natural compounds and health equity. City of Hope, a world-renowned independent research and treatment center for cancer and diabetes, will showcase ongoing studies and data on chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T cell therapy, immuno...

Smiths Medical Announces Launch of Level 1® Convective Warmer

Next-generation convective warmer offers quiet, simple, precise temperature control during surgery. Smiths Medical, a leading global medical device manufacturer recently launched the Level 1® convective warmer. This next-generation high-flow convective warmer gives health care providers a quiet, simple and safe thermal care solution to help patients m...

Premier Inc. Analysis: Hospital-Associated Sepsis Decreased by 15% from 2015-2018

Sepsis-related mortalities, readmissions and incidences decline as hospital efforts to save lives yield success, but hospital-associated cases are 10 percent more likely to progress to septic shock, leading to a 20 percent increase in the cost per case Healthcare providers are becoming more adept at preventing and treating the top cause of hospital dea...

Pharmacists with additional skills can take 'overall clinical responsibility' for patients in A&E, study finds

Pharmacists with additional clinical skills training can take clinical responsibility for patients in hospital emergency departments, according to research published in the International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy.

Skin Cancer Risk Reduced by Topical Immunotherapy

Sunscreen may not be the only ointment that helps prevent skin cancer. A cream that combines 5-fluorouracil (5-FU) and a synthetic form of vitamin D has been shown to reduce the risk that precancerous skin lesions will progress to squamous cell carcinoma (SCC), the second most common form of skin cancer. A couple of years […] The post Skin Cancer Risk Reduced by Topical Immunotherapy appeare...

Cardiovascular, renal and metabolic (#CVRM) patients often have overlapping diseases and associated risk factors. At AstraZeneca, we continually evolve our clinical research with a goal to help advance clinical practice for preventive therapies for these

Cardiovascular, renal and metabolic ( #CVRM) patients often have overlapping diseases and associated risk factors. At AstraZeneca, we continually evolve our clinical research with a goal to help advance clinical practice for preventive therapies for these patients. pic.twitter.com/dnHJg5wpOc

Could the bacteria in our gut help treat cancer?

Science blog “The microbiome is a huge part of who we are,” says Dr Marios Giannakis. “We have more microbes in our bodies than human cells and yet we still don’t fully understand the role they play in health and disease.” The microbiome is a collection of trillions of microorganisms, spanning bacteria, fungi and viruses, that call the human body home. Giannakis, a doctor and research...

OncLive® Announces Ed Kim as Program Chair for Inaugural Global Expo

The three-day meeting will provide educational opportunities in all areas of oncology. OncLive®, the nation’s leading digital resource focused on providing oncology professionals with the most current and insightful information they need to provide the best patient care, announced Edward Kim, MD, FACP, a clinical oncology expert, as the program chai...

Mitochondria Linked to Effectiveness of Cancer Drug Treatments

Researchers from Mount Sinai and IBM have discovered a new clue in explaining how cancer cells with identical genomes can respond differently to the same therapy. The scientists show that the number of mitochondria in a cell is, in great part, associated with how the cancer responds to drug therapy. The post Mitochondria Linked to Effectiveness of Cancer Drug Treatments appeared first on GEN - Ge...

Argus Dental & Vision Inc. Announces the Release of The Basics of Dental Care

Argus Dental & Vision Inc. has published an informative infographic entitled “The Basics of Dental Care” to provide information on a basic understanding of dental care. TAMPA, Fla. (PRWEB) March 21, 2019 Argus Dental & Vision Inc. has published an informative infographic entitled “The Basics of Dental Care” to provide information on a basic understanding of dental care. With this ...

Cofactor Genomics to Present on Predictive Immune Modeling at 2019 American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting

-- Presenting early data in collaboration with TriStar Technology Group -- Cofactor Genomics today announced that Natalie LaFranzo, the company’s Director of Scientific Projects and Market Development, will present at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) being held at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atla...

ValiRx boss “delighted” with progress of cancer drug VAL201 and VAL301 for endometriosis

VAL201 is coming towards the end of a Phase I/II study, while VAL301 is in late pre-clinical development

Novel Drug Targets Stem Cell Activity in Pancreatic Cancer

Napabucasin, a novel therapy that targets cancer stem cell pathways, is being investigated in a phase III clinical trial that is believed to be the largest study ever conducted in pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma in the metastatic setting

Auris Medical Holding (EARS) - Full-year results and near-term trial initiations

Edison Investment Research - Pharmaceuticals & healthcare - Auris Medical Holding: Auris recently announced its full-year 2018 financial results and provided an update on its active intranasal betahistine programs. R&D expenditure for the year was down roughly 65% compared to FY17, which reflects the shift to focus on earlier-stage program development. Auris plans to initiate the AM-125 Phase ...

Pharma industry should fund trials for medical cannabis, chief medical officer tells MPs

The pharmaceutical industry should fund randomised controlled trials of medical cannabis, to improve access to drugs for patients, Dame Sally Davies, chief medical officer for England, has told MPs.

Accurately Identifying Cancer-Causing Mutations from Archival Tumor Samples

Scientists at the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen), an affiliate of City of Hope, report the development of LumosVar, a computer program that can help identify cancer-causing mutations from patient tumor samples. The study (“Leveraging Spatial Variation in Tumor Purity for Improved Somatic Variant Calling of Archival Tumor Only Samples”) appears in Frontiers in Oncology. ...

Robotic Surgery Market Expected to More than Double to $7 billion by 2025 – New Study by iData Research

Could your next surgery be done by a robot? With procedure volumes rising, there’s a good chance that this will be the case. Mirroring the quick-paced nature of new technological innovations, the surgical robotics market has experienced significant prosperity recently, which is expected to continue through 2025. Currently valued at over $3 billion, this ...

Imago BioSciences Announces $40 Million Series B Financing Led by Omega Funds

Imago BioSciences, Inc., a clinical-stage biotechnology company developing innovative treatments for myeloid diseases, today announced a $40 million Series B financing led by Omega Funds, a leading international investment firm that creates and invests in life sciences companies. Other investors participating in the round include existing investors Frazier...


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