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MedCity News
An open letter to the government on Meaningful UseThis morning, thirty-one healthcare organizations sent the following letter to
An open letter to the government on Meaningful Use
MedCity News / Posted 2 days ago
This morning, thirty-one healthcare organizations sent the following letter to HHS Secretary Sylvia Burwell. Given the recent comments of CMS Acting Administrator Andy Slavitt at the J.P. Morgan Annual Health Care Conference, we remain... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Hospital to host regional trauma symposium

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Regional medical teams will receive expert care

Hospital to host regional trauma symposium
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 11 days ago

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Regional medical teams will receive expert care of their own as national and international emergency professionals convene for the 27th Annual Trauma Symposium hosted by the Read more

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Science Daily
Research discovers potential new therapeutic target for ALSThe research team, led by Dr. Pandey, discovered that a protein called Pur-alph
Research discovers potential new therapeutic target for ALS
Science Daily / Posted 15 days ago
The research team, led by Dr. Pandey, discovered that a protein called Pur-alpha is a component of stress granules in cells. Stress granules are a built-in mechanism to protect cells from the effects of external stimuli/stress. They form rapidly when... Read more
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Charleston City Paper
Not much to improv uponBuckle your seatbelts for this laugh marathon featuring improv from three energ
Not much to improv upon
Charleston City Paper / Posted 16 days ago
Buckle your seatbelts for this laugh marathon featuring improv from three energetic Chapel Hill dudes, five very funny ladies, and two local guys who prove that reading the dictionary can be fun. Black Ops Google improv group Black Ops, and you... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Researchers identify protein that could protect against toxic degeneration of cells in ALSJ. Gavin Daigle, a PhD candidate at the LSU Health New Orleans School of Gradua
Researchers identify protein that could protect against toxic degeneration of cells in ALS
News-Medical-Net / Posted 17 days ago
J. Gavin Daigle, a PhD candidate at the LSU Health New Orleans School of Graduate Studies, is the first author of a paper whose findings reveal another piece of the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) puzzle. Working with mentor Udai Pandey, PhD, a... Read more
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Alaska Public
‘The Art of the Science of Medicine’ by Dr. John Brush “The Science of Art and Medicine” by Dr. John Brush is the topic on our next
‘The Art of the Science of Medicine’ by Dr. John Brush
Alaska Public / Posted 1 months ago
“The Science of Art and Medicine” by Dr. John Brush is the topic on our next Line One. On Line One this week Dr. John Brush, professor of cardiology at the University of Eastern Virginia School... Read more

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