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Sunday 24th March 2019

Smart speaker technology harnessed for hospital medical treatments

Smart speakers that are customarily used in your living room can be programmed to act as an aid to physicians in hospital operating rooms, according to new research.


QIAGEN supports World TB Day with major innovations in the fight against latent tuberculosis

Developing new automation options for QuantiFERON®-TB Gold Plus – the modern blood-based test for TB detection – and new QFT Access for high burden, low-resource regions QIAGEN N.V. (NYSE: QGEN; Frankfurt Prime Standard: QIA) recognized the annual World TB Day 2019 held on March 24 by highlighting its growing global commitment to preventive screen...

Structural Bonding Tape Global Market Research and Forecast, 20152025 [Report Updated: 01011970] Prices from USD $2200

SummaryThe Structural Bonding Tape report provides an independent information about the Structural Bonding Tape industry supported by extensive research on factors such as industry segmentssize trends, inhibitors, dynamics, drivers, opportunities challenges, environment policy, cost overview, porter's five force analysis, and key companies profiles including business overview and recent devel...


Saturday 23rd March 2019

Medical News Today: Cystic fibrosis: Existing drug may improve lung function

According to a recent study, a commonly used antifungal medication could be useful for treating lung infections related to cystic fibrosis.

Medical News Today: Stroke: Rewiring eye-brain connection may restore vision

Groundbreaking research finds that some vision loss after a stroke may be reversible. The researchers hope that this finding may inform future treatments.

STAT Plus: After Biogen's big announcement, we put together a look at what’s next in the pipeline for #Alzheimer’s treatments. https://buff.ly/2U4apPj 

STAT Plus: After Biogen's big announcement, we put together a look at what’s next in the pipeline for #Alzheimer’s treatments. https://buff.ly/2U4apPj 

Steam Dried Fishmeal Global Market Research and Forecast, 20152025 [Report Updated: 01011970] Prices from USD $2200

SummaryThe Steam Dried Fishmeal report provides an independent information about the Steam Dried Fishmeal industry supported by extensive research on factors such as industry segmentssize trends, inhibitors, dynamics, drivers, opportunities challenges, environment policy, cost overview, porter's five force analysis, and key companies profiles including business overview and recent development...

T4 Doesn't Prevent Miscarriages in Antibody-Positive Women

Giving thyroid hormone replacement before conception didn't prevent miscarriages or other adverse pregnancy outcomes in euthyroid women with thyroid peroxidase antibodies, shows the TABLET trial. Medscape Medical News

Quiz Time: How Strong Is the Alcohol-Afib Link?

(MedPage Today) -- You passed medical training, now see if you can pass our weekly quiz

Carefully consider every aspect of the integration of AI into health care

AI, artificial intelligence, is all the rage right now in medical news media. And this has many practicing physicians, even medical students, concerned. Will AI make diagnose heavy specialties such as dermatology and radiology obsolete? Can AI give rise to new medical specialties? How many tasks traditionally done by doctors will now be handled by […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. S...

Botanicals Act Like Estrogen

A joint research program between the University of Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh VA Medical Center provides new evidence that certain botanical products act like estrogen in animals...

New Endocrine Society Guidelines Address Diabetes in Older Adults

Document covers screening, prevention, management of glycemia, blood pressure, and lipids, as well as comorbidities, complications, and special situations. Medscape Medical News

Opinion: “Global warming is the biggest public health threat of the 21st century and is going to change life on earth as we know it. It is an essential part of any 21st century medical school curriculum." https://buff.ly/2YfXJEk 

Opinion: “Global warming is the biggest public health threat of the 21st century and is going to change life on earth as we know it. It is an essential part of any 21st century medical school curriculum." https://buff.ly/2YfXJEk 

Eggs and Heart Disease; ADHD and Psychosis: It's PodMed Double T! (with audio)

(MedPage Today) -- This week's topics include best medicines for atrial fibrillation when a stent is used, an envelope for cardiac devices to reduce infection risk, psychosis and ADHD medicines, and eggs and cardiovascular disease

Better Methods Needed to Diagnose Thyroid Neoplasm, NIFTP

Noninvasive follicular thyroid neoplasms with papillary-like nuclear features (NIFTP) cannot be accurately diagnosed presurgically with fine-needle aspiration cytology, according to a new meta-analysis. Medscape Medical News

Over One Third of Type 1 Diabetes Patients Quit Closed-Loop System

Real-world data show MiniMed 670G (the 'artificial pancreas') is difficult to use for those with type 1 diabetes, with technical problems forcing many to quit within a few months. Medscape Medical News

Diagnosing autism: many nations, one world

I pause for a moment and close my eyes — to center myself in this country, where I am today.   I am about to walk through the door and tell the parents what my assessment has shown. I nod to the interpreter waiting behind me and knock firmly before entering the room.  You see, I […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Lea...

Providing More Health Providers in South Los Angeles

A new community medical group, supported by a $1 million grant from Wells Fargo, aims to help the “health care desert” in South Los Angeles. SOURCE: Wells Fargo & Company DESCRIPTION:Dr. Yulsi Lili Fernandez Montero grew up in a medically underserved community like Compton, California, and knew she wanted to practice medicine in a similar community when she finished medical school. Today ...

More News! Alzheimer’s treatment, gene therapies, fruit-based bioplastic and more…

Try as we might, we can’t cover all the cool biotech news out there! Here’s a roundup of what didn’t make the cut over the last week. Regulations and funding Cell Mogrify received €490,966 in funding from government backed Innovate UK to help progress the UK biotech’s cell therapy pipeline. UK-based Evox Therapeutics was awarded […] The post More News! Alzheimer’s treatment, gene...

Innovent Starts US Trial of "Pivotal" CD47 Immunotherapy

Innovent Biologics of Suzhou has begun a US Phase I trial of its anti-CD47 mAb candidate (IBI188) in patients with advanced malignant tumors. By binding to the CD47 antigen on tumor cells, IBI188 is expected to block the CD47-SIRPα signaling pathway, inhibit the "do not eat me" signal, and promote the phagocytosis of tumor cells by macrophages. Innovent called IBI188 a "pivotal product in ou...

Abbisko Completes $42 Million Series B Funding for Oncology Candidates

Abbisko Therapeutics of Shanghai completed a $42 million series B fundraising led by new investor Qiming, which it will use to start clinical trials of its oncology molecules and expand its discovery pipeline. Later this year, the company expects to start Phase I trials of its two lead candidates, a small molecule FGFR4 inhibitor for hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) and a CSF1R inhibitor for solid t...

Friday 22nd March 2019

Medical News Today: Can scientists learn to remove bad memories?

New research in human participants explores a novel intervention that aims to weaken traumatic memories and lessen their psychological impact.

Cooling without lasers

Engineers at @RutgersU report the creation of flexible, lightweight materials with 4D printing that could lead to small implantable biomedical devices (with video): http://ow.ly/ep1r30o9re9 

Engineers at @RutgersU report the creation of flexible, lightweight materials with 4D printing that could lead to small implantable biomedical devices (with video): http://ow.ly/ep1r30o9re9 

[Comment] No accountability, no results—the difficult task of advocating for tuberculosis solutions

2017–18 saw two unprecedented events in the history of tuberculosis: the WHO Ministerial Conference, which was held in Moscow in November, 2017,1 and the High-Level Meeting on tuberculosis at the UN General Assembly (UNGA) held in September, 2018.2 The political declaration issued by UNGA pledged to achieve the targets envisaged by the End TB strategy3 through intermediate quantified milestones,...


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