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Third-quarter biotech job picture.

New Nonprofit Biotech From Bill and Melinda Gates.

Ciclosporin therapy after infliximab failure in hospitalized patients with acute severe colitis is effective and safe.

Options for medical management of patients with acute severe colitis (ASC) failing IV steroids are limited and include rescue therapy with either infliximab or ciclosporin. In patients failing infliximab, second-line rescue therapy with ciclosporin is an alternative. The aim of this study was to investigate the efficacy and safety of ciclosporin in patients with steroid-refractory ASC failing first-line rescue therapy with infliximab.

Biotech leaders call for free press.

US law threatens flow of foreign capital to biotech sector.

Genetic data sharing: a new type of capital.

Over the last three decades, various biotech companies, mostly in North America, have become experts in the production, processing and analysis of large volumes of genetic data. They have surpassed the performance of traditional academic platforms, by appropriating a new economic model: the two-sided market. Thus, by applying web 2.0 ideas, these biotech companies have made it possible for millions of users to produce and "share" data including genetic data, with each other and with third parties through a...

Switch or swap strategy in rheumatoid arthritis patients failing TNF inhibitors? Results of a modified Italian Expert Consensus.

To establish evidence-based and experts' opinion filtered statements on the optimal treatment choice between cycling (switch) and changing mode of action strategies (swap) in RA patients failing TNF inhibitors (TNFis).

Just how bad does it have to be? Industry and academic assessors' experiences of failing to fail - A descriptive study.

Failing to fail nursing students in clinical assessments is an internationally acknowledged issue that necessitates thorough examination. Despite the gravity of 'mis-grading' nursing students, current research exploring this subject is limited. Understanding the experiences of assessors when faced with an underperforming student may help illuminate some of the broad issues associated with failure to fail.

Improving HIV Preexposure Prophylaxis Implementation for Women: Summary of Key Findings From a Discussion Series With Women's HIV Prevention Experts.

Assessment of PKA and PKC inhibitors on force and kinetics of non-failing and failing human myocardium.

Heart failure (HF) is a prevalent disease that is considered the foremost reason for hospitalization in the United States. Most protein kinases (PK) are activated in heart disease and their inhibition has been shown to improve cardiac function in both animal and human studies. However, little is known about the direct impact of PKA and PKC inhibitors on human cardiac contractile function.

The success of salvage procedures for failing digital replants: A retrospective cohort study.

The success of salvage procedures for failing digital replants (FR) is poorly documented. We sought to evaluate the success of salvage procedures for FR and factors contributing to successes and failures of replants.

Paclitaxel drug-coated balloon angioplasty for the treatment of failing arteriovenous fistulas: a single-center experience.

To report our experience of angioplasty with Lutonix (Bard Peripheral Vascular, Inc., Tempe, AZ) drug-coated balloon (DCB) for the treatment of failing arteriovenous fistulas (AVF).

Are mentors failing to fail underperforming student nurses? An integrative literature review.

this review aimed to identify and review primary research to address the question: 'Is there evidence that mentors are failing to fail underperforming student nurses?' Design: this was an integrative literature review.

Treatment of Depression in Women.

Women are more likely than men to experience depression throughout the life span. Sex differences in neurochemistry and brain structure, as well as societal factors may contribute to women's increased likelihood of depression. Pharmacological research targeting depression has historically excluded women, leading to a knowledge gap regarding effective antidepressant treatment in women. Antidepressant pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics are clearly different in men and women, necessitating a thoughtful appr...

Improvements in treatment planning calculations motivated by tightening IMRT QA tolerances.

Implementing tighter intensity modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) quality assurance (QA) tolerances initially resulted in high numbers of marginal or failing QA results and motivated a number of improvements to our calculational processes. This work details those improvements and their effect on results. One hundred eighty IMRT plans analyzed previously were collected and new gamma criteria were applied and compared to the original results. The results were used to obtain an estimate for the number of plans...

Will Teens Go Red? Low Cardiovascular Disease Awareness Among Young Women.

Background The American Heart Association Go Red for Women campaign has improved awareness of cardiovascular disease ( CVD ) among adult women aged 25 years and older. Little is known about awareness among younger women. Methods and Results We assessed awareness of CVD and prevention efforts among 331 young women aged 15 to 24 years using the American Heart Association National Women's Health Study survey. We compared responses from this cohort to the 2012 American Heart Association online survey of 1227 ...

Prolonged Amenorrhea and Resumption of Menses in Women with HIV.

To compare etiologies of prolonged amenorrhea in a cohort of HIV-infected women with a cohort of similar uninfected at-risk women.

Sex differences in post-stroke aphasia rates are caused by age. A meta-analysis and database query.

Studies have suggested that aphasia rates are different in men and women following stroke. One hypothesis says that men have more lateralized language function than women. Given unilateral stroke, this would lead to a prediction of men having higher aphasia rates than women. Another line of observations suggest that women are more severely affected by stroke, which could lead to a higher aphasia rate among women. An additional potential confounding variable could be age, given that women are typically older...

Experiences of Trauma and Implications for Nurses Caring for Undocumented Immigrant Women and Refugee Women.

Experiences of trauma affect the health needs of women across all groups, particularly in vulnerable populations such as undocumented immigrant women or refugee women. Nurses across inpatient and outpatient settings providing care to these women can consider how women's experiences of trauma and barriers they encounter to accessing resources may affect their experience of health care. In this article, we review two recent studies in which researchers examined the experiences of trauma and posttraumatic stre...

Engaging in social rejection may be riskier for women.

People often worry how others will perceive them if they socially reject others, but do women have more to fear than men? Although previous research has shown that women are perceived negatively for behaving in counter-stereotypical ways, research on backlash has focused on business settings. The present research applies backlash theory to examine how women are perceived for engaging in social rejection. The findings suggest that backlash may operate differently in social rejection because only men punish w...

Forecasting Participants in the All Women Count! Mammography Program.

The All Women Count! (AWC!) program is a no-cost breast and cervical cancer screening program for qualifying women in South Dakota. Our study aimed to identify counties with similar socioeconomic characteristics and to estimate the number of women who will use the program for the next 5 years.

Failing Transmission.

Low HIV testing rates among U.S. women who report anal sex and other HIV sexual risk behaviors, 2011-2015.

In 2016, 19% of HIV diagnoses were in women. About 40% of HIV infections in women aged 18-34 years have been attributed to anal sex, suggesting that women who report high risk behaviors such as anal sex might benefit from HIV testing and prevention with pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). In this analysis, we estimated HIV testing rates among women who reported anal sex.

Antipsychotic treatments: who is really failing here?

Hepatitis C Virus in Women of Childbearing Age, Pregnant Women, and Children.

Perinatal transmission is an increasingly important mode of hepatitis C virus transmission. The authors characterized U.S. births among hepatitis C virus-infected women and evaluated trends in hepatitis C virus testing and positivity in women of childbearing age, pregnant women, and children aged less than 5years.

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