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2014/09/02 18:57
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... surrounding healthy tissue as much as the X-ray photons in conventional therapy, said Dr. Donald O’Rourke, associate professor of neurosurgery at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medic...
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2014/09/02 14:41
2014/09/02 14:41
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John Hwa is a professor of medicine and the director of cardiovascular pharmacogenetics at Yale School of Medicine. Along with Dartmouth genetics professor Jason H. Moore, Hwa recently coauthored an...
2014/09/02 13:17
2014/09/02 13:17
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Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Advanced Cell Technology, Inc. ("ACT"; OTCBB: ACTCD), a leader in the field of regenerative medicine, announced today the addition of five leading scientists to its...
2014/09/02 04:25
2014/09/02 04:25
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You can call him "The Run Doctor." If your feet are failing you, he knows what to do, and with authority. Austin Sedicum, a Quakertown podiatrist who is the clinical director of Upper Bucks Foot &...
2014/09/01 19:13
2014/09/01 19:13
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If I skipped the partying part, it's because Ruiz has little time for carousing. How has she accomplished so much when she began life with so little? Ruiz was brought to this country by her parents,...
2014/09/01 15:55
2014/09/01 15:55
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For treating patients with chronic heart failure, ACE inhibitors are usually the first port of call. But a new study claims an experimental drug called LCZ696 performs around 20% better than ACE...
2014/09/01 04:47
2014/09/01 04:47
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Who: Dr. Fred Antonowich Profession: Former general surgeon Family: Wife, Vicki; son, Michael; daughter, Anastasia Souders What he enjoys: Performing surgeries and playing the trumpet Many locals...
2014/09/01 00:19
2014/09/01 00:19
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You may not have realized it, but just like humans, some pets can become so sick that they need dialysis. One veterinarian told the story of a dog named Tooter. He became sick from a toxic lily...
2014/08/31 22:52
2014/08/31 22:52
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... symptoms, so those who were not fully responding to one medication would be given another class of drug in addition, or instead of the first. Twelve psychologists, a psychiatrist and a...
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2014/08/31 08:31
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Sean Joseph Wallace, M.D. Sean Joseph Wallace of Scranton graduated with a Doctor of Medicine degree from the Commonwealth Medical College. Dr. Wallace was inducted into TCMC’s chapter of the Gold...
2014/08/31 03:42
2014/08/31 03:42
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In a new study from the University of Pennsylvania and National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, scientists used an innovative technique to study how cells move in a three-dimensional...
2014/08/30 09:52
2014/08/30 09:52
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The use of chewing tobacco, and to a greater extent fine-cut "dip" tobacco, remains fairly steady among baseball players and the public. These products are marketed as an alternative to smoking, and...
2014/08/30 06:48
2014/08/30 06:48
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On the morning of Aug. 14 the call came first to Edgar Rosenberg's daughter, Melissa, 19, whose awful duty it became to carry the news to her mother, comedienne Joan Rivers, 54. During the night,...
2014/08/28 18:39
2014/08/28 18:39
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For decades, researchers have used petri dishes to study cell movement. These classic tissue culture tools, however, only permit two-dimensional movement, very different from the three-dimensional...
2014/08/28 11:27
2014/08/28 11:27
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... can instantly show vital signs including blood pressure, heart rate and pulse variability. The Canadian team is led by Dr. Sandeep (Sonny) Kohli, a practicing physician at Oakville Trafalgar...
2014/08/27 18:17
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Institute Scientists Link Alcohol-Dependence Gene to Neurotransmitter Study Also Confirms Presence of Genetic Variation in Alcohol-Dependent Patient Population Newswise — LA JOLLA, CA – August 27,...
2014/08/27 14:45
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The two main treatments for MPS I are bone marrow transplantation and intravenous enzyme replacement therapy, but these are only marginally effective or clinically impractical, especially when the...
2014/08/26 21:17
2014/08/26 21:17
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Drug Status from EU Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise — PHILADELPHIA - A Penn Medicine-developed drug has received orphan status in Europe this week for the treatment of...
2014/08/26 20:50
2014/08/26 20:50
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Kantor, who is a clinical assistant professor of dermatology at his alma mater, the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, said Google Glass is already a great educational...
2014/08/26 19:44
2014/08/26 19:44
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That’s especially true when what is kicking us off the merry-go-round of life isn’t a chronic illness like cancer or dementia, but a heart that’s just decided to stop beating. It seems so simple. And...
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