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Thursday 14th December 2017

Worcester Polytechnic Institute Researchers Taking Optical Device Out of the Lab and into the Clinic to Detect Cancer at Its Earliest Stages

In a paper in Nature Scientific Reports, the team, led by Yuxiang “Shawn” Liu, shows that by replacing a bulky lens with optical fibers it can build optical “tweezers” small enough to go into the bloodstream to trap cancer cells Worcester, Mass. (PRWEB) December 14, 2017 In a paper published in Nature Scientific Reports, a team of researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) has d...

Centers Commence Enrollment in KNOCOUT PE Study to Measure the Impact of Shorter, Even Safer EKOS® Therapy Protocols for Pulmonary Embolism

BTG plc (LSE: BTG), the global specialist healthcare company, today highlights the commencement of the KNOCOUT PE study. The KNOCOUT PE study will measure how hospitals and patients are benefitting from a new standard of care in the treatment of Pulmonary Embolism utilizing EKOS® therapy with faster, and even safer protocols, proven effective in the OPTAL...

State Highlights: D.C. Public Hospital To Permanently Shutter Nursery And Delivery Rooms; Fla. Hospitals Seek More Funding To Combat Doctor Shortage

Media outlets report on news from Washington, D.C., Florida, Connecticut, California, Indiana, Tennessee, New Hampshire, Minnesota, Georgia, Maryland and Pennsylvania.

Ohio Governor Likely To Sign Bill Banning Down Syndrome Abortions Following Passage In Legislature

A similar measure in Indiana has been blocked by a federal judge, who ruled the state has no authority to limit a woman's reasons for ending a pregnancy. Outlets report on abortion news from Pennsylvania and Arkansas, as well.

HeartFlow Announces Decision by HCSC and Additional BlueCross BlueShield Companies to Issue New Positive Medical Policies for Non-Invasive HeartFlow® FFRct Analysis

More than 90 Million Americans Now Have HeartFlow FFRct Analysis Available as a Medical Benefit through Commercial Payers HeartFlow, Inc. today announced that Health Care Service Corporation (HCSC), which operates Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans in Illinois, Montana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas, has issued a medical policy for the HeartFlow...

Jenrin Discovery’s IND Application for Its Peripherally Restricted Cannabinoid-1 Receptor Inverse Agonist NASH Compound Was Cleared by the FDA to Begin Phase 1 Clinical Trials

Jenrin Discovery has announced today that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared the Investigational New Drug (IND) Application for JD5037, Jenrin’s novel peripherally restricted (PR) CB1 receptor inverse agonist, to begin Phase 1 clinical trials. JD5037, to be developed to treat nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), was specifically de...

GRAIL Announces Appointment of Jennifer Cook as Chief Executive Officer

Bill Rastetter Continues as Chairman of the Board Catherine Friedman and Min Cui Appointed to GRAIL Board of Directors GRAIL is Building its Capabilities in Asia and Will Launch First Product in 2018 GRAIL, Inc., a life sciences company whose mission is to detect cancer early when it can be cured, today announced the appointment of Je...

Author tells why ‘Nothing Good Happens at… The Baby Hospital’

Daniel Fulkerson MD retells his training, practice as pediatric neurosurgeon in book set for new marketing push ZIONSVILLE, Ind. (PRWEB) December 14, 2017 When Daniel Fulkerson, MD entered medical school, he pictured neurosurgery as a serious business that demanded precision, a harsh attitude and a complete absence of fun. But after falling backwards into the specialty, Fulkerson found neurosurge...

ASH 2017: People aged 75 years and older are underrepresented in blood cancer clinical trials

In the first comprehensive analysis of clinical trial enrollment among older adults with blood cancers, researchers from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) found significant gaps in participation among those aged 75 and older when considered...

CT scans of Egyptian mummies reveal oldest known cases of breast cancer and multiple myeloma

An international team has discovered the world’s oldest known cases of breast cancer and multiple myeloma (a type of bone marrow cancer). The discoveries were made by conducting CT scans of two mummies found in the pharaonic necropolis of Qubbet el-Hawa in Aswan, Egypt.

Telemedicine For Addiction Treatment? Picture Remains Fuzzy

One Indiana addiction specialist doesn't shy away from telemedicine, but he still requires in-person visits to begin and maintain his patients' Suboxone prescriptions.

MedStar VNA Partners with Telehealth Company to Prevent Medical Emergencies

Innovative telehealth technology allows high-risk patients to be treated safely at home, a remarkable advance in modern medicine. ELKRIDGE, Md. (PRWEB) December 14, 2017 MedStar Visiting Nurse Association (VNA), which serves patients across Maryland, D.C. and Northern Virginia, has partnered with Health Recovery Solutions (HRS) to provide high-risk patients with innovative, in-home telemonitoring...

A non-canonical Notch complex regulates adherens junctions and vascular barrier function

The vascular barrier that separates blood from tissues is actively regulated by the endothelium and is essential for transport, inflammation, and haemostasis. Haemodynamic shear stress plays a critical role in maintaining endothelial barrier function, but how this occurs remains unknown. Here we use an engineered organotypic model of perfused microvessels to show that activation of the transmembra...

Novel Finding on Memory T Cells May Provide Boost to Cancer Immunotherapy

Scientists report that they have shown conclusively that memory T cells responsible for long-term immune protection arise from effector CD8 T cells. The finding provides insight that should help researchers design more effective vaccines and expand cancer immunotherapies by aiding efforts to harness the immune cells to prevent or cure diseases. The study ( “Effector CD8 T cells ded...

PathoQuest and Mayo Clinic Enter into an Agreement to Conduct Study of iDTECT™ Blood in Patients with Febrile Neutropenia

PathoQuest, a life sciences leader focused on improving pathogen identification in biological samples, today announced that it will conduct research with Mayo Clinic to study the company’s proprietary iDTECT™ Blood test. Mayo Clinic will explore the use of iDTECT Blood in the context of a prospective study designed to confirm the utility of a next gene...

New blood test accurately forecasts advanced heart failure patients’ survival after surgery

An experimental blood test developed at UCLA that uses gene activity data from immune cells was 93 percent accurate in predicting survival rates for people with advanced heart failure who had surgery to implant mechanical circulatory support devices.

Global Marble Market Research Report 20112023 [Report Updated: 10112017] Prices from USD $4030

SummaryMarble is a metamorphic rock that forms when limestone is subjected to the heat and pressure of metamorphism. It is composed primarily of the mineral calcite CaCO3 and usually contains other minerals such as: clay minerals, micas, quartz, pyrite, iron oxides and graphite. Under the conditions of metamorphism the calcite in the limestone recrystallizes to form a rock that is a mass of interl...

Groundbreaking Gene Therapy Trial Set to Cure Hemophilia

A single infusion of the gene therapy drug showed improved levels of the essential blood clotting protein Factor VIII

Wednesday 13th December 2017

Brit woman fighting for life after being scratched by KITTEN – Daily Star

Daily StarBrit woman fighting for life after being scratched by KITTENDaily StarA BRITISH woman in Australia is fighting for her life in hospital after being scratched by a stray kitten. 0. By Jamie Micklethwaite / Published 14th December 2017. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Loaded: 0%. 0:00 ...Woman, 22, fighting for her life after picking up blood poisoning fro...

North America Microbiology Culture Market Outlook to 2024 [Report Updated: 01122017] Prices from USD $5995

North America Microbiology Culture Market Outlook to 2024SummaryGlobalData's new report, North America Microbiology Culture Market Outlook to 2024, provides key market data on the North America Microbiology Culture market. The report provides value, in millions of US dollars within market segments Bacterial Identification Susceptibility Testing, Blood Culture, Immunological Culture Identificatio...

Liquid biopsy results differed substantially between 2 providers

(Johns Hopkins Medicine) Two Johns Hopkins prostate cancer researchers found significant disparities when they submitted identical patient samples to two different commercial liquid biopsy providers. Liquid biopsy is a new and noninvasive alternative to tumor tissue sequencing, and it is intended to specifically detect and sequence tumor DNA circulating in patients' blood. The results are used to ...

Scientists discover blood sample detection method for multiple sclerosis

(University of Huddersfield) Researchers identified two natural biomarker compounds present in the blood.

Exercise does not seem to increase bone marrow edema in healthy people

(Oxford University Press USA) A recent study published in Rheumatology finds that osteitis/bone marrow edema as measured by magnetic resonance imaging was present in healthy people. However, it did not increase significantly due to intense physical activity.

Synthetic protein packages its own genetic material and evolves

(University of Washington Health Sciences/UW Medicine) Scientists have created computationally designed protein assemblies, that display some functions normally associated with living things, in the search for ways to transport therapeutic cargo into specific types of cells without using viruses as vehicles. These encapsulate their own RNA genomes and evolve new traits in complex environments. The...

Stem cell reprogramming mystery close to being solved

Stem cell reprogramming could theoretically give scientists the capacity to create any type of tissue for transplantation or for the repair of damaged organs, thus holding immense potential for regenerative medicine. However, the ability to carry out cell reprogramming depends on the use of proteins called transcription factors, which help switch specific genes ‘on’ or ‘off’. In 2006, Jap...

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