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Thursday 21st March 2019

First Baby Monkey Born Using Sperm from Frozen Testicles

(Scientific American) – In a notable step for male fertility preservation, a procedure that involves removing and freezing immature testicular tissue and then reimplanting it later has resulted in the first live birth of a healthy monkey. The technique could … Read More


Study Finds Cancer Drugs Can be Repurposed Beyond Known Uses

The drug sorafenib (Nexavar®) typically used for kidney and liver cancer treatment provided complete remission for breast cancer patient after lab discoveries In an article published today by SAGE Publishing, investigators from The Nagourney Cancer Institute and The Albert Einstein Israelite Hospital in São Paulo, Brazil, announced a new approach to ...

ResMed to Host an Investor Meeting on April 4, 2019

ResMed (NYSE: RMD) (ASX: RMD) today announced it will host an investor meeting on Thursday, April 4th to discuss the Company’s recent acquisitions, existing joint ventures and strategy pertaining to respiratory care and out-of-hospital software. Additional information regarding the investor meeting, including the specific time and webcast link f...


Diabetic Kitchen® Cereal Tops Amazon Grocery Rankings

More Proof Consumers are Increasingly Looking for Real Foods with Low or No Sugar GAINSEVILLE, Fla. (PRWEB) March 21, 2019 Diabetic Kitchen, which produces and markets low-carb, keto-friendly foods for diabetics and the health-conscious consumer, has claimed the number one spot among all breakfast cereals at Amazon with its “Cinnamon Pecan Granola Cereal.” Due to the large number of traditio...

AB Science announces acceptance of abstract for oral presentation at the 2019 Muscular Dystrophy Association Conference

Paris, March 21, 2019, 6.30pm AB Science Announces Acceptance of Abstract for Oral Presentation at the 2019 Muscular Dystrophy Association Conference Data Provides Further Evidence on Masitinib's Mode of Action in ALS via Modulation of the Degenerative Neuronal Microenvironment AB Science SA (NYSE Euronext - FR0010557264 - AB), a pharmaceutical company specializing in the research,...

Authority Health Board Names Loretta Bush New President/CEO

The Authority Health Board of Directors has named Loretta V. Bush, MSA, president and CEO of Authority Health, effective May 1, announced Gail Warden, Chairman of the Authority Health Board. Ms. Bush will replace Chris Allen, who has served as president of Authority Health since its inception in 2004, who will retired on April 30. “I am pleased ...

Researchers Say They May Have Found the Cause of SIDS and Other Sudden Death Syndromes

Every parent’s worst fear is not being able to keep their child safe. And a mysterious condition known as sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) is enough to keep any new parent awake at night. What's so troubling about SIDS is that no one really understands why a seemingly healthy baby goes to sleep and never wakes up. But a new review paper suggests that SIDS and other forms of sudden death sy...

Start-Up Spotlight: Innovative Cardiovascular Solutions Hopes To Win Regulatory Nod For Embolic Protector For TAVR

Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) is performed routinely using devices providing protection from stroke as standard of care. However, cerebral...   

Human medicines European public assessment report (EPAR): Orgalutran, ganirelix, Reproductive Techniques, Assisted,Ovulation Induction, Date of authorisation: 16/05/2000, Revision: 18, Status: Authorised

Human medicines European public assessment report (EPAR): Orgalutran, ganirelix, Reproductive Techniques, Assisted,Ovulation Induction, Date of authorisation: 16/05/2000, Revision: 18, Status: Authorised

Federica Sallusto about to talk about human #CD4 T cells at the Henry Kunkel Society Meeting. Check out her recent paper in @Nature on T cells in patients with narcolepsy: https://go.nature.com/2Fo6xiV 

Federica Sallusto about to talk about human #CD4 T cells at the Henry Kunkel Society Meeting. Check out her recent paper in @Nature on T cells in patients with narcolepsy: https://go.nature.com/2Fo6xiV 

New EnerFlex PROCARDO Boosts Circulation with Kyowa Quality® L-Citrulline & L-Arginine*

Ingredients improve Nitric Oxide production for beyond cholesterol regulation* NEW YORK (PRWEB) March 21, 2019 Inflammation is an enemy that attacks every part of the human body, including blood vessels. Arterial blockage, or atherosclerosis, is a biological condition directly linked to high LDL cholesterol levels. Regulating cholesterol helps, but consistent blood flow is critical to healthy art...

Research from XJTLU advances RNA modification mapping

SUZHOU, China, March 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Researchers from Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University have completed a high-resolution prediction of the whole-transcriptome m6A RNA modification, successfully creating the world's most accurate map of the m6A epitranscriptome. Led by Dr Jia Meng from the Department of Biological Sciences, the research was recently published in Nucleic Acids Research....

Plant Cellulose Can Pave the Way for Healthy Bone Implants

NewsResearchers have developed what could be the bone implant material of the future.

Statewide, Minnesota has a healthy measles vaccination rate. But in some school districts, the rate is much lower

A threshold of vaccination rate of ninety percent or higher is needed to ensure safety of the general population.

How to Help Your Kids Achieve a Healthy Weight

THURSDAY, March 21, 2019 -- Obesity can lead to physical, social and emotional struggles for kids, so parents need to help their children maintain a healthy weight, experts say. "Children with obesity are more likely than their classmates to be...

U. S. Steel Announces Enhanced Benefits for Workforce

Industry-leading benefits package reflects culture of caring and inclusivity United States Steel Corporation (NYSE: X) announced a number of new and enhanced benefits the company has made available to its non-represented employees to support the diverse and inclusive workforce at the company. All new benefits will be available in full by April 1, thoug...

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...

A monkey that died more than 4,000 years ago in the Middle East was laid to rest in a human cemetery in a type of grave used for infants, suggesting that it was a treasured pet #ResearchHighlight https://go.nature.com/2Wcu5Od 

A monkey that died more than 4,000 years ago in the Middle East was laid to rest in a human cemetery in a type of grave used for infants, suggesting that it was a treasured pet #ResearchHighlight https://go.nature.com/2Wcu5Od 

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...

Life-Sciences and Healthcare Communications Leaders John “Zeke” Czekanski and Scott Roberts Join Citrus Global Healthcare Communications Group as Managing Partners

Industry leaders John “Zeke” Czekanski and Scott Roberts have joined Citrus Global Healthcare Communications Group as Managing Partners. Zeke will oversee Citrus Scientific while Scott brings his extensive global market access and value experience in guiding Citrus Access. Together they will actively co-manage Citrus Strategy, providing insights enabli...

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...

Human medicines European public assessment report (EPAR): Temozolomide Accord, temozolomide, Glioma,Glioblastoma, Date of authorisation: 15/03/2010, Revision: 17, Status: Authorised

Human medicines European public assessment report (EPAR): Temozolomide Accord, temozolomide, Glioma,Glioblastoma, Date of authorisation: 15/03/2010, Revision: 17, Status: Authorised

Baby Monkey May Offer Hope to Preserving Fertility of Kids With Cancer

THURSDAY, March 21, 2019 -- She's cute, and perhaps a medical breakthrough. Scientists say they have used frozen testicular tissue to achieve the birth of a healthy baby monkey named Grady -- a success they hope to eventually translate to childhood...

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...


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