UHS Board of Trustees Approves Clinical Research Course

LAHORE: The 177th meeting of the University of Health Sciences (UHS) Council for Advanced Studies and Research was held here on Thursday under the chairmanship of UHS Vice Chancellor Professor Javed Akram. The board approved the concept of starting a six- to nine-month certificate in clinical research course for healthcare …

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US Senators Ted Cruz and John Cornyn vote against bill legalizing abortion

Subscribe to La Brèveour daily newsletter that keeps readers informed of the most important news from Texas. WASHINGTON — The U.S. Senate on Wednesday voted against passing a bill that would have legalized the right to have an abortion, as the U.S. Supreme Court appears poised to overturn Roe v. …

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MRC/UVRI and LSHTM Uganda Research Unit launch new state-of-the-art clinical research facility

The MRC/UVRI and LSHTM Uganda Research Unit has unveiled a new state-of-the-art clinical research facility in Entebbe to further enhance its contributions to science, policy and practice in Uganda. The facility’s commissioning ceremony was presided over by the Hon. Dr Jane Ruth Aceng, Minister of Health, in the presence of …

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College kids learn the joys and heartbreak of caring for lambs – The Durango Herald

Veterinary science class visits J. Paul Brown’s ranch to observe childbirth Makenna Bard, 14, holds an orphan lamb Monday that her Escalante Middle School Veterinary Science class selected from breeder J. Paul Brown’s flock to raise in their class. Students will raise the lambs for approximately three weeks, learning about …

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05.10.22 WASHINGTON- US Senators Bill Cassidy, MD (R-LA) and Chris Murphy (D-CT), members of the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, today introduced a bill to reauthorize historic federal mental health and addictions programs that were enacted in 2016 as part of their Mental Health Reform Act …

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Study co-authored by UMass Chan researchers finds big differences in SARS-CoV-2 infectivity

A wide variation in the amount or infectivity of SARS-CoV-2 among people in the early stages of COVID-19 may be an explanation for the phenomenon of “super spreaders”, according to a study by researchers at the UMass Chan and collaborators from several institutions which was recently published in Natural microbiology …

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Study investigates cause of lymphopenia as seen in COVID-19 patients

In a recent study published on Research Square* preprint server, researchers explored the underlying mechanism leading to thymic atrophy and subsequent lymphopenia in patients with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Study: SARS-CoV-2 and its variants, but not Omicron, induce severe thymic atrophy and impaired T-cell development. Image Credit: erhanyelekci/Shutterstock Previous studies …

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A look at SECURE and more

Well, that sounds familiar: Capitol Hill is considering a SECURE law. But this time it’s SECURE 2.0. In a recent webcast, Robert M. Richter, Retirement Education Advisor for the American Retirement Association, provided an update regarding the provisions of SECURE 2.0 as well as other legislation relevant to pension plans, …

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Citations for the four 2022 honorary degree recipients

One of the highlights of the opening ceremony is the presentation of honorary degrees to individuals for their outstanding achievements and service to the world. This year, President Vincent Price conferred degrees on a medical missionary, a scientist turned entrepreneur, a former NASA engineer who led the Girl Scouts and …

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Upfront: Linda Martin on almost becoming a vet and a certain song contest

Linda Martin has been a professional singer since the age of 16. She represented Ireland twice in the Eurovision Song Contest and won in 1992 with “Why Me?”, composed by Johnny Logan. Born in East Belfast, she lives on the Dublin-Meath border. How were you as a young girl? I …

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In defense of Dr. Benedict Kolee and all hardworking Liberian doctors

Bartum Nyakwettee Kulah Sr. MD, MBA I witnessed Dr Benedict Kolee’s exchange with Spoon Talk panelists and felt the need to write this letter to the editors of major newspapers in Liberia so that the Liberian people will start putting things right in perspective. While awaiting the outcome of the …

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CHOP researchers develop a new computational tool to interpret the clinical significance of cancer mutations

PR Newswire PHILADELPHIA, May 6, 2022 –The software, called CancerVar, standardizes procedures to help researchers assess the clinical impacts of more than 13 million somatic cancer mutations — PHILADELPHIA CREAM, May 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Researchers from the Children’s Hospital of philadelphia cream (CHOP) have developed a new tool to …

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Main competitors, SWOT analysis, business opportunities, trend analysis. – News from Queen Anne and Mangolia

The global Veterinary Imaging market size is expected to reach USD XX Billion by 2028, growing at a CAGR of XX% from 2021 to 2028. The Veterinary Imaging market report provides detailed information on the market size market and industry trends. This tells you a lot about the industry as …

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SC Medical Cannabis Bill Dies on the House Floor (Newsletter: May 5, 2022)

FDA delta-8 THC warnings; signatures and contestation of MO ballot papers; DE legalization invoice advances; ACLU Editor Subscribe to get the Marijuana Moment newsletter delivered to your inbox every weekday morning. It’s the best way to make sure you know what cannabis stories are shaping the day. Your support makes …

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American Cancer Society donations total $183,000 | Lifestyles

The Oconee-Clarke Relay For Life has raised over $183,000, which will go to the American Cancer Society to support the vision of a world without cancer. The original fundraising goal was $120,000. “Congratulations on all of your hard work,” said Deborah Dietzler, lead announcer for Relay For Life. “That’s a …

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Researchers create models to study brain metastases that recapitulate disease

The spread of different types of cancer cells to the brain, forming brain metastases, is the leading cause of cancer-associated morbidity and mortality. Now a new study led by Cláudia C. Faria, principal investigator in the group of João Taborda Barata at the Instituto de Medicina Molecular João Lobo Antunes …

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IGNITE launches CSR training for specialist and emergency veterinary hospitals

First-of-its-kind comprehensive front desk training program designed for new and established CSRs in emergency or specialty practices IGNITE Veterinary Solutions, LLC has issued the Veterinary Receptionist, Specialty and Emergency Certificate of Excellence (VRCE Spec/ER). This is IGNITE’s second Customer Service Representative (CSR) certificate for career development, improved customer experience, and …

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The deadly venom of spiders and snakes can also cure what ails you

TUCSON, Ariz. – In a small room in a building at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, invertebrate keeper Emma Califf lifts a stone from a plastic box. “It’s one of our desert hairy ones,” she said, exposing a three-inch-long scorpion, its tail arching over its back. “The largest scorpion in North …

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WWPR Announces 2022-2023 Advisory Board

WASHINGTON, May 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Washington Women in Public Relations (WWPR), a leading resource for female communications professionals in the nation’s capital, today announced its 2022-2023 advisory board, tasked with providing WWPR leadership strategic advice on the direction of the organization. “We are thrilled to welcome our 2022-2023 Advisory …

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Veterinarian accused of abusing pets: “We are completely disgusted”

An upstate New York veterinarian was arrested this week on animal abuse charges that left authorities “sickened”. Dr. Javier Diaz, 46, owned and operated Main Street Animal Hospital in Elmsford, New York. On Friday, he was charged with abusing a litany of animals and falsifying vaccination records between April 9 …

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Ahwatukee therapist helps injured brains heal | Community orientation

When Jessica Grady was studying for a pre-med degree at Miami University in Ohio, her grandfather suffered a stroke. Along with other family members, she rushed to Georgia to be by his side. It changed his grandfather’s life – and Grady’s. “I was able to witness his neurorehabilitation and recovery …

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Jeanne A. Loveland Barnett 1931-2022 | News, Sports, Jobs

CORTLAND – Jeanne A. Loveland Barnett, 90, of Cortland, died in eternal life of natural causes on Wednesday, April 27, 2022 at St. Joseph Warren Hospital. On October 20, 1931, in Chester, Pennsylvania, Roy Allen Loveland and Ruth Elizabeth Burcaw Loveland Haney were blessed with the birth of their daughter, …

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Vets4Pets in Birstall crowned Best Veterinary Practice in West Yorkshire

Vets4Pets Leeds Birstall has been crowned West Yorkshire’s Best Veterinary Practice at the BestUKVet Awards 2022 The firm won the award at a virtual awards ceremony after earning the best customer reviews over the past 12 months with a rating of 4.7 out of five, reflecting the team’s dedication to …

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California Court of Appeals Confirms McDonnell-Douglas Charge Shift Applies to Section 1278.5 Whistleblower Retaliation Claims | Arent Fox Schiff

In Scheer v. Regents of the University of California, the Second District Court of Appeals has ruled that the McDonnell-Douglas load-shifting framework applies to claims made under Section 1278.5 of the Health and Safety Code. For claims alleging violations of Labor Code Section 1102.5 and the California Whistleblower Protection Act, …

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Scientists gain important insights into new mutation behind synucleinopathies

Parkinson’s disease and dementia with Lewy bodies belong to a family of neurodegenerative disorders called synucleinopathies because they are caused by the pathological accumulation of protein alpha-synuclein in structures called Lewy bodies and Lewy neurites in the brain . In a healthy brain, alpha-synuclein is found in synapses as separate …

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Leina and other pets for adoption from Phoenix-area shelters

Every year, about 6.5 million pets enter shelters nationwide, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Of these, approximately 3.3 million are dogs and 3.2 million are cats. Each week, The Arizona Republic highlights a handful of the many pets available for adoption at shelters …

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KCU Joplin College of Dental Medicine Receives $3 Million from Joplin Regional Medical School Alliance

April 28, 2022 7:55 p.m. Post : April 28, 2022 7:55 p.m. Update: April 28, 2022 8:13 p.m. JOPLIN, Mo.–Joplin is once again about to open its first dental school. Once the KCU Joplin College of Dentistry is completed, it will make Joplin one of the smallest communities with both …

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Leading veterinary organizations across North America are collaborating to address systemic issues on the ground – the first being mental health

LAKEWOOD, Colorado–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Veterinary Visionaries™ launches its first concept-solving event from May 1-27, 2022, addressing pervasive issues rarely addressed by veterinary teams: mental health, psychological well-being and suicide prevention. Through an innovative crowdsourcing platform, everyone in the veterinary field is encouraged to actively explore and submit approaches to answering this question: …

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Infectious Disease Pandemic – A Growing Threat to Humanity

History has revealed that nothing has killed more human beings than infectious diseases and Covid-19 shows the vulnerability of the human population. Covid-19 has reminded us that infectious diseases have not disappeared and new ones keep being added to the list year after year. A session on “Infectious Disease Pandemic …

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Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine Hosts 56th Virtual Symposium and Celebrates Greatest Reunion Class Donations

April 26, 2022 TU College of Veterinary Medicine Class of 1972 TU College of Veterinary Medicine Class of 1997 Contact: Anissa Riley, Director of External Affairs, College of Veterinary Medicine The Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine (TUCVM) welcomed …

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Who helped end the travel mask mandate?

She gave an interview to The Daily Show in 2014, saying vaccines are “full of toxins”. The title of the segment was “An Epidemic of Liberal Idiocy” and compared the progressive anti-vaccination movement to conservative climate change deniers. “You can line up the doctors from here to down the block …

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What is a pathologist and how does a person become one?

Pathology refers to the study and understanding of diseases and their impact on the body. A person working in this field is a medical professional, known as a pathologist, who diagnoses, treats and prevents a range of diseases. The term pathology comes from ancient Greek and translates to the study …

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Vet mental health at breaking point, warns AVA

Photo: wavebreakmediamicro 123rf The Australian Veterinary Association is calling on both major parties ahead of the federal election to pledge $3 million over five years to save the lives and wellbeing of Australian vets. Recent independent research has shown that veterinarians treat personal mental health issues at a higher rate …

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Xavier University plans to open a medical school

Xavier University, a proven track record for health professional degrees, plans to open third medical school in New Orleans Xavier University, a small, historically black university known for its success in getting black graduates into medical school, announced Thursday that it is now planning its own medical school in New …

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Navajo nurses have taken different paths to make big differences in their communities

Andy Smith, from the newspaper Looking back on their long careers in nursing, Erma Marbut and Lavenia Diswood take great pride in how they have helped successive generations of Navajo enter the field of health care. Although they are members of the same tribal nation, Marbut and Diswood have taken …

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Nektar and collaborators present preclinical data on NKTR-255, a novel IL-15 receptor agonist, in combination with CAR cell therapies at the 2022 Tandem Meetings

SAN FRANCISCO, April 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Nektar Therapeutics (Nasdaq: NKTR) announced that collaborators at the Cairo laboratory in New York Medical College today presented data from several preclinical studies demonstrating the potential of NKTR-255 to enhance the anti-tumor activities of different CAR-T therapies in a variety of preclinical cancer …

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Staff shortages plague the veterinary sector

WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS, Ohio — Veterinary clinics in northeast Ohio face the compounded challenge of understaffing and increased demand for care. It’s a similar problem in clinics across the country, leading some researchers to believe that if trends continue, an estimated 75 million American pets could be left without healthcare by …

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Genetic risk of ADHD probed as biomarker of Alzheimer’s disease

the study covered in this summary was posted on medrxiv.org as a preprint and has not yet been peer reviewed. Key points to remember Elderly patients with a high polygenic risk score for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, but without a clinical diagnosis of ADHD, are at high risk for progressive …

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Two U of A students named 2022 Goldwater Scholars

Photo submitted Mary Jia and Joseph Roll Two U of A honors students have been named 2022 Goldwater Scholars, an award recognizing top students in math, science, and engineering. Juniors Mary Jia and Joseph Roll have been named among the new scholarship recipients and each will receive …

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Researchers identify areas of the brain that control the ability to perform complex, sequential movements

In a new series of experiments with mice trained to perform a sequence of movements and “change course” on the spur of the moment, Johns Hopkins scientists report that they have identified areas of the animals’ brains that interact to control the ability to perform complex actions, sequential movements, as …

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MediciNova Announces Release of MN-166 (ibudilast) Data

LA JOLLA, Calif., April 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — MediciNova, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company listed on the NASDAQ Global Market (NASDAQ: MNOV) and the JASDAQ Market of the Tokyo Stock Exchange (code number: 4875) , today announced that data demonstrating that MN-166 (ibudilast) prevents metastasis in an animal model of …

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ACLU brief argues judge erred in dismissing Arkansas redefinition map challenge

The American Civil Liberties Union has filed the opening brief of an appeal of a federal court ruling that dismissed a challenge to a new Arkansas state map that opponents say discriminates against black voters by diluting their voting power. The ACLU’s brief was filed Monday in the St. Louis …

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Mountain Statesman | GCH invites you to lace up your sneakers for Lab for Life 5K Run/Walk

GRAFTON—Among the staff at a hospital are a group of dedicated individuals responsible for using the samples collected to help diagnose, treat and care for patients. Because of their hard work, diagnoses can be made and conditions treated, earning the medical laboratory scientists at Grafton City Hospital (GCH) the right …

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10 Best Shows Like Apple TV’s Roar

The new series Roar Apple TV+ promises to be a feminist series, focusing on a different set of characters each episode. Additionally, it is also expected to feature a cast of very powerful characters, all of whom bring their considerable star charisma as they explore the lives of women around …

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CA Community Colleges Can Help Shortage of Doctors and Nurses with ADT

Fresno City College’s Class of 2020 and Class of 2021 graduates celebrated their accomplishments with loved ones as the community college resumed its in-person debut this year. Graduates at the June 23 ceremony at Chukchansi Park in downtown Fresno. Maria G. Ortiz-Briones [email protected] With a shortage of doctors and medical …

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Amyloids in the brain may reaccumulate in AD patients after lecanemab withdrawal

April 15, 2022 1 minute watch Source/Disclosures Source: Healio interview. Disclosures: Swanson is employed by Eisai Inc. ADD A SUBJECT TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles are published on Please provide your email address to receive an email when new articles …

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Scientists discover differences in the interaction of T cells in tumor microenvironments

A team led by Northwestern Medicine researchers found differences in the distribution and interaction of T cells in the microenvironment of different regions of brain tumors and brain metastases, according to findings published in the journal JCI Overview. The results demonstrate how the immune cell interactome is distinct between cancer …

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The Global Veterinary Reference Laboratories Market will be Driven by the Rising Concern and Awareness for Animal Welfare during the forecast period 2022-2027

Expert Market Research’s new report titled ‘Global Veterinary Reference Laboratories Market Report and Forecast 2022-2027’, gives an in-depth analysis of the global Veterinary Reference Laboratories market, assessing the market based on its segments such as technology, application, animal type and major regions. The report tracks the latest industry trends and …

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Cognitive resilience proteins may maintain brain health in older adults

The use of interventions targeting cognitive resilience motor proteins may have the ability to offset the effects of multiple pathologies. In fact, thousands of proteins in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC) may contribute to cognitive resilience. These are the conclusions of an analysis published in Neurology. Cognitive resilience is a …

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EAM S Jaishankar to Howard students

S Jaishankar said: “India’s diaspora of 4.4 million has literally defined our image in this society and helped to forge relationships which are a huge source of strength for us in our work” Minister of External Affairs, Dr S Jaishankar/ANI Washington: The India-US relationship has undergone a “true transformation” over …

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Number of breakthrough vaccines in cancer patients on the rise, study finds

For cancer patients, Covid-19 presents a particular risk due to their often weakened immune system, weakened by therapy or disease, which is why vaccination is very important for their protection. Now, a recent study by MedUni Vienna shows that, thanks to Omicron, there is an increasing number of breakthrough infections …

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Mike McNeill Diary Monday, April 11, 2022: Arkansas Veterinary School? | Diary of Mike McNeill

We note a report in Arkansas Business magazine that Lyon College of Batesville wants to start two new schools that do not currently exist in Arkansas. He is considering the possibility of opening a dental school in the Little Rock area, and a school of veterinary medicine. Establishing a school …

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Associate Professor and Director of Allied Health Research at the Royal Children’s Hospital, post at UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE

Location: Parcville Role type: Full time; CDD 5 years Faculty: Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences Department/School: School of Health Sciences Salary: Level D – $158,624 – $174,754 per year plus 17% super Founded in 1853, the University of Melbourne is Australia’s No. 1 university and is consistently ranked among the …

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The Japanese Street Festival returns to DC, expanding to 2 days for the first time

“We are bringing the street festival here to the nation’s capital to really show some of the deep ties that exist between the two countries,” said festival director Colette Fozard. Vendors and festival-goers are seen at the Japanese Sakura Matsuri street festival in DC on Sunday. (WTOP/Valerie Bonk) OMCP/Valerie Bonk …

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HMC Unit Successfully Performs 147 Stem Cell Transplants Despite Covid-19 Pandemic

Doha: The Bone Marrow Transplant Unit of the National Cancer Research and Care Center (NCCCR), a member of Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC), successfully performed 42 allogeneic and 105 autologous blood stem cell transplants despite the strain on the healthcare system due to COVID-19. “Bone marrow transplantation (BMT) is a very …

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Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary helps detect emerging diseases in wildlife across the country

You might describe them as “wildlife officers”. Key points: Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary collects valuable information on a range of species, some of which are unique to Tasmania It is now part of a network of “sentinel clinics” that support the health of native species People are urged to report wildlife …

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CARsgen appoints Dr. Raffaele Baffa as Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Baffa has a wealth of experience in the pharmaceutical industry and research institutes, holding various management positions in multinational corporations and biotechnology companies. CARsgen Therapeutics Holdings of China, a company specializing in innovative CAR T cell therapies for the treatment of hematological malignancies and solid tumors, announces that Dr. …

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Some tips, tricks and a Roomba to take care of pets

“Would you please stop losing?” I beg Luke, our 55 pound dog mix. “Please keep your prodigious fur to yourself.” Luke and I often have this conversation as I deal with the apricot puffy balls of fur that puff up around the house on a daily basis. “I know you …

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With chicken eggs and household supplies, undergrads lead the way to low-cost antivirals | Information Center

Mochly-Rosen began looking for antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 from the eggs of immunized hens in mid-2020. A trial in Australia found the nose drops to be safe. In June 2021, Mochly-Rosen and his team followed that up with a review paper Posted in Frontiers in immunology detailing the many potential uses …

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“Building More Vet Schools to Solve the Workforce Crisis”

Following new outbreaks of foot-and-mouth disease, the chairman of the South African Veterinary Council (SAVC), Dr Alfred Kgasi, says the country has made little progress in training and retaining more vets. This, as Mzansi continues to lose its vets to countries like the UK, Australia and New Zealand where their …

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C2i Genomics brings distributed cancer surveillance to cancer centers across Europe

What you should know: – C2i Genomics, a cancer intelligence company, is launching its C2inform minimal residual disease (MRM) test across Europe, having obtained CE-IVD mark in the EU, UK and Switzerland. The company also announced the completion of several clinical trials around the world, including at leading cancer centers …

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Research and Honors, April 12, 2022 – News

Works Dawn Beichner, CJS, published “Providing and Coordinating Sexual Assault Services in the Pandemic” in American Society for Criminology. Courtney Cox and Erika SparbyENG, co-published “Towards an Audience-Centric Approach: Rhetorical Analysis of Academic Crisis Communication Emails” in Quarterly communication design. Kenneth Haggerty, Caitlin Harringtonand Rachel E. ScottMilner Library, co-published “Usability …

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Medpacto will study a cancer diagnostic kit with 2 hospitals

Medpacto announced on Thursday that it will conduct a joint study on a cancer diagnostic device capable of detecting cancer in a blood test with Yonsei University Gangnam Severance Hospital and Soonchunhyang University Seoul Hospital. Medpacto’s Mo-B2, an experimental cancer detection kit, diagnoses cancer by measuring …

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Colorado vet treats pets of Ukrainian refugees – CBS Denver

FORT COLLINS, Colorado (CBS4) – As millions continue to flee their homes in Ukraine, many are taking their pets with them. Last month, a Fort Collins veterinarian was among countless people who stepped up to make it possible, on the paperwork side of making sure animals are healthy. (credit: CBS) …

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Companion Animal Diagnostics Market Size, Growth Drivers, and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – The research study on the pet diagnostics market offers you detailed and precise analyzes to strengthen your position on the market. It provides the latest updates and powerful insights into the Pet Diagnostics industry to help you improve your business tactics and ensure strong revenue …

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Rising costs and material shortages put pressure on overworked UK labs Labmate Online

Increased demand caused by COVID-19 is pushing medical and non-medical labs to their limits, the head of a lab supplies company said, fearing clinical labs have been favored due to the pandemic. Starlab Group, a European supplier of laboratory products with a UK division, conducted a survey of over 200 …

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An East Texas vet assisted a woman who escaped torture

ATHENS, Texas (KLTV) – Todd Laughrey is an East Texas equine veterinarian who was caring for animals last week when he heard an employee yelling, “Call 9-1-1!” Working with animals, he assumed that someone had been hit by a horse. “As soon as she walked through the door, I realized …

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Biogen’s Aduhelm Phase 4 trial scheduled for May

The drug was approved by the FDA in June, with the agency requesting a new randomized controlled clinical trial to verify the drug’s clinical benefits. Biogen has now submitted the final study protocol for the Phase 4 Envision trial to the FDA for review. He expects to start screening patients …

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Nigerian professor wins Distinguished Scholar Award in US

A Nigerian professor, Chris Ogbondah, has won the Distinguished Scholar Award for the 2021-2022 academic year at the Northern Iowa University in the United States of America. The award is given annually to the university lecturer who is most accomplished in scholarly and creative activity. Mr. Ogbondah earned a Bachelor …

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When Teddy Needs Surgery | North West

PULLMAN — Wearing a longer-than-tall surgical gown, TK Jones, 6, listened intently to his stuffed dog “Puppy”‘s fake heartbeat through a stethoscope. The Pullman boy was helping to assess whether Puppy was stable enough to receive stitches. The puppy’s vital signs were good. Soon he was being cared for by …

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South Bay theater companies stage shows dealing with identity – The Mercury News

This spring, South Bay theater companies are putting on a variety of shows all about identity. Through comedy, music, and drama, the characters in these shows struggle to carve out their place in American society while maintaining connections to other cultures. Family ties are also tested, as are ties to …

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Virtual population model predicts and stops kidney damage in black Americans

PHILADELPHIA (April 2, 2022) – Researchers have successfully used a virtual population to replicate a clinical trial that examined kidney damage in black Americans, according to a new study from the University of Mississippi Medical Center at Jackson. John S. Clemmer, PhD, physiologist and lead author of the study, said …

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Veterinary Services Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – Verified Market Research offers an encyclopedic study of Veterinary services market with holistic information about vital factors and aspects that impact the future growth of the market. The veterinary services market has been analyzed for the forecast period 2022-2028 and the historical period 2015-2021. In …

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From Lab to Shelf with Powerful Data Analytics, Health News, ET HealthWorld

by Ram Mudaliar Over the past two years, content streaming sites such as Netflix and Amazon have grown in popularity around the world. There is no doubt that the platforms have been able to generate great interest among subscribers who pay a premium to binge watch on these platforms. It’s …

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Brittney Griner: Why it’s important not to look away from the WNBA player’s fate

Washington CNN — A version of this story appeared in CNN’s Race Deconstructed newsletter. To receive it in your inbox every week, subscribe for free here. While one of the WNBA’s most talented players is being held in Russia awaiting trial, the near-total public silence surrounding her detention has sown …

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Precision Medicine Market Size, Growth Drivers, and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – This Precision medicine market The report provides a comprehensive overview of significant aspects that will drive market growth such as market drivers, restraints, prospects, opportunities, restraints, current trends, and technical and industrial advancements. The detailed study of the industry, the development and improvement of the …

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2022 Veterinary Orthopedic Implants Market Outlook Analysis by Major Key Players

New Jersey, United States,-The Veterinary Orthopedic Implants market reports study a variety of parameters such as raw materials, cost, technology, and consumer preferences. It also provides important market identification information such as history, various expansions and trends, trade overview, regional markets, trade and market competitors. Veterinary Orthopedic Implants Market Report …

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Cleveland Clinic opens its London hospital

The Cleveland Clinic has opened the doors to its new hospital in central London, the latest international location for the healthcare system’s growing global footprint. Cleveland Clinic London offers a global network of doctors and specialists to deliver best practice and the clinic’s core values, according to a press release. …

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Covid News: US virus deaths drop to lowest since summer

A common area on the Rochester Institute of Technology campus in Rochester, NY, in January.Credit…Libby March for The New York Times As the pandemic enters a new phase in the United States marked by fewer precautions and the rise of the even more transmissible BA.2 subvariant of Omicron, the Biden …

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Science and technology: launch DNA tests for veterinary dogs

Pet Age recently spoke with Ryan Boyko, who started Embark Veterinary Inc. in 2015 with his brother Adam Boyko. Embark’s DNA testing for dogs helps dog owners, breeders and veterinarians learn more about their dog’s breed, health and ancestry. Embark is an official research partner of Cornell University College of …

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Clinical study finds antimalarial drugs effective in fighting lung disease | Health

Drugs used to treat malaria are also effective in treating a lung disease similar to tuberculosis, according to a study by a team of researchers from the University of Colorado. {{^userSubrated}} {{/userSubrated}} The research was published in the journal “Science of Translational Medicine.” The study was a significant development in …

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A new method for generating binding proteins solves a long-standing challenge in drug development

A team of scientists has created a powerful new method for generating protein drugs. Using computers, they designed molecules that could target important proteins in the body, such as the insulin receptor, as well as vulnerable proteins on the surface of viruses. This solves a longstanding challenge in drug development …

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Veterinary Endoscopy Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States,- This Veterinary endoscopy market The report also includes a segment-by-segment examination of macroeconomic factors, controlling variables, general market conditions, and competitive intensity. This excellent report on Veterinary Endoscopy Market accurately depicts the whole market environment. With this study, the potential deficits, as well as the difficulties …

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Mayo Clinic researchers develop new antibody

ROCHESTER, Minnesota – Mayo Clinic researchers have validated a new antibody test to diagnose multiple sclerosis (MS), a potentially disabling disease of the brain and spinal cord. Nearly one million people in the United States are affected by MS, according to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. An antibody usually consists …

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Bridge to the Faculty scholar wins prestigious thesis award

Ivón Padilla-Rodríguez, postdoctoral researcher, UIC Department of History. Ivón Padilla-Rodríguez is a socio-legal historian of child migration and an academic-activist who joined the University of Illinois at Chicago as a postdoctoral research associate Bridge to the Faculty and is a member of its cohort 2021. She earned a doctorate in …

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Digital technology paves the way to redefine the lab scenario

Read the article R. Subramanian, Vice President – Product Management and Business Development, Transasia Bio-Medicals talks about Connected Health Infrastructure and its Accelerated Acceptance The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the acceptance of connected healthcare infrastructure. Whether in pathology labs, clinical facilities, or hospitals, the focus is on improving operations through …

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