A multidisciplinary approach leads to a higher rate of completion of neoadjuvant treatment in pancreatic cancer

Patients with localized pancreatic adenocarcinoma who received care in a multidisciplinary clinic had significantly higher neoadjuvant therapy completion rates than those treated in a specialty clinic. Patients with localized pancreatic adenocarcinoma who received care at a multidisciplinary clinic had significantly higher neoadjuvant treatment completion rates than those treated at a …

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Study reveals new way to prepare imaging

image: Dr. Benjamin Rotstein, Associate Professor in the Department of Biochemistry, Microbiology and Immunology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa. see After Credit: Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa Dr. Benjamin Rotstein and his collaborators unveil an operationally simple method for preparing carbon-labeled versions of drugs and diagnostics. The development …

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The community supports Meowth | Wyndham

By Fatima Hallum A crowd gathered outside the University of Melbourne U-VET Werribee Animal Hospital on November 21 to protest its proposed closure. The hospital provides specialized care and services for pets statewide. U-Vet veterinary nurse Merissa Grovers said she had been at the hospital for nearly six years and …

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Castle Biosciences Receives College of American Pathologists Accreditation for its Pittsburgh Clinical Laboratory

FRIENDSWOOD, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Castle Biosciences, Inc. (Nasdaq: CSTL), a company improving health through innovative tests that guide patient care, today announced that the Board of accreditation from the College of American Pathologists (CAP) has accredited its clinical laboratory in Pittsburgh. This achievement follows a recent on-site inspection under the CPA’s Laboratory …

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Pentagon promotes critical race theory, gender identity ‘madness’: GOP report

The Biden administration launched sweeping diversity and equity initiatives in the military that popularized elements of critical race and gender identity theory and significantly weakened the US armed forces, according to a report obtained exclusively by Fox News Digital. “The singular purpose of our military is to ‘provide for the …

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Kessler and BrainQ Join National Trial of Breakthrough Device to Improve Recovery After Stroke

Researchers from the Kessler Foundation and the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation (collectively “Kessler”) are enrolling participants in a nationwide trial of a breakthrough device to improve recovery after stroke. Kessler sites in West Orange and Saddle Brook, NJ, are among 20 sites across the United States participating in the EMAGINE …

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Northern Ireland protocol will block 51% of veterinary medicines in seven weeks – vets are giving a serious public health, food supply, animal welfare and trade warning, a leading vet has warned .

Now, Dr. Esther Skelly Smith, junior vice-president of the North of Ireland Veterinary Association and the British Veterinary Association NI Region, says the grace period on protocol restrictions on bringing veterinary pharmaceuticals into NI should run out at the end of December. An estimated 51% of all current veterinary drugs …

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International committee proposes MS progression framework guided by pathophysiological mechanisms, not clinical phenotype

For years, multiple sclerosis (MS) has been defined by 3 clinical courses: relapsing-remitting, primary progressive and secondary progressive. Now, however, a recently published article by the International Advisory Committee on Clinical Trials in Multiple Sclerosis suggests that MS patients share qualitatively similar disease characteristics regardless of clinical course, and that …

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Jerry Radke Obituary – The Des Moines Register

Jerry Keith Radke, 84, of Nevada, Iowa passed away peacefully in heaven on November 1, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. from complications of a recurrent brain meningioma. He was surrounded by his loving family at Accura Healthcare, Ames, Iowa. Jerry was born in Ripon, Wisconsin on April 11, 1938, to Edward …

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Lab-grown red blood cells used for mini-transfusion by Cambridge researchers in trial that could transform treatments

Two people have been transfused with lab-grown red blood cells in a first global trial involving Cambridge researchers. If proven safe and effective, engineered red blood cells could revolutionize treatments for patients with blood disorders such as sickle cell disease and those with rare blood types, for which it is …

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NegOcc vet wants Iloilo authorities to step up dissemination of information against African swine fever

Acting Provincial Veterinarian Dr Placeda Lemana is urging authorities in Iloilo to help spread information about African swine fever. (Photo TDE) TO AVOID transporting pork and its by-products into the province, Negros Occidental Provincial Veterinarian Dr Placeda Lemana has urged Iloilo authorities to help disseminate information about African Swine Fever …

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How does autism affect the brain? Study finds changes in ASD

November 16, 2022 The brains of people with autism experience widespread molecular changes in the cerebral cortex. The most differential changes occur in the primary visual cortex, according to a recent study published in Nature which analyzed 11 cortical areas of the brain.1 Most molecular profiling studies show changes limited …

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China, not Europe, is keeping policymakers in Washington awake at night

Last week was good for Western democracies. In the midterm elections in the United States, which usually turn out to be a slaughterhouse for the incumbent president’s party, the Democrats performed much better than many had predicted. They even managed to keep a narrow majority in the Senate. Moreover, moderate …

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Experts explain the ‘perfect storm’ of endemic RSV and influenza

The headlines of the past few weeks are sounding the alarm about earlier and more serious events flu (influenza) and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) outbreaks compared to previous years. Add COVID-19 to the mix and you have a dangerous mix of viruses for which many experts are urging caution and …

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Want to be a veterinarian? Here’s what you need to know

This is Science Week, a week-long event held in Ireland every November, celebrating science in our daily lives. Many people contribute to it, including industry, colleges, schools, libraries, teachers, researchers and students across Ireland. I’m participating myself this year, giving a talk in Tullamore about something I’m passionate about: the …

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Folbigg’s life and advances in genetic research

New South Wales will conduct a second inquiry into Kathleen Folbigg’s convictions. At the center of this new investigation is new data on the protein calmodulin – specifically one of its coding genes, CALM2 – and a mutated form of the gene known as G114R, which can cause heart arrhythmias …

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PIMS hospital operating without a forensic laboratory

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS), the largest public sector hospital in the federal capital, operates without a forensic laboratory to determine the causes of serious and accidental deaths. Sources said unqualified doctors run the affairs of the hospital’s forensic department. According to available documents, the forensic department …

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AVMA Calls for Leadership Candidates, Other Volunteers

The AVMA is looking for volunteers to become leaders of the Association or to serve in board or committee positions, tackling key issues in veterinary medicine. The Association is currently seeking candidates for the position of President-Elect and Vice-President and for two seats on the AVMA Board of Directors as …

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Prepare, transform, improve: digital transformation in the NHS | HSJ Partners

How, where and when patient care is delivered is changing. Sponsored by There is a natural evolution towards smart health services, where technology is integrated into clinical pathways and the digital patient is the new normal. It is essential that our health services, staff and NHS patients are ready for …

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Reviews | Marco Rubio, Mike Gallagher: Ban TikTok in America

Comment this story Comment Marco Rubio, a Republican, is a United States Senator from Florida. Mike Gallagher, a Republican, represents Wisconsin’s 8th congressional district in the House. The United States is locked in a new cold war with the Chinese Communist Party, a war that senior military advisers say could …

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International Day of Pathology is celebrated this week

INTERNATIONAL Pathology Day takes place every year, the second week of November. Pathologists don’t just perform autopsies – these medical providers also perform laboratory tests that help them diagnose and detect disease through the study of human tissues and bodily fluids. Most pathologists train in clinical and anatomical pathology, but …

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A resident, Richmond Heights police and a vet clinic team up to rescue a dying pit bull found in the woods

RICHMOND HEIGHTS, Ohio — A female pit bull turned out to be one lucky dog ​​on Saturday (November 5), at a time when all hope for survival seemed lost. At around 3:30 p.m. that day, according to a Richmond Heights police report, resident Brian Nych was walking his dog in …

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DOJ Steps Up Review of EHR Vendor Agreements: What the ModMed Settlement Means for the Life Sciences Industry | King and Spalding

On November 1, 2022, Modernizing Medicine, Inc. (“ModMed”), an electronic health record (“EHR”) technology provider, entered into a settlement agreement with the Department of Justice (“DOJ”), agreeing to pay $45 million to resolve allegations that he caused the submission of false claims in violation of the False Claims Act (“FCA”) …

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Happy birthday x-ray!

ALBUQUERQUE, NM, Nov. 07, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Health care changed dramatically on November 8, 1895, when German physicist Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen discovered radiography. Hailed as a medical miracle, scientists and physicians began using X-rays in clinical settings soon after, and their use exploded in the early 20th century. Fast …

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Benjamin Goldman-Israelow, MD, PhD

As part of our “Meet Yale Internal Medicine” series, we feature Benjamin Goldman-Israelow, MD, PhD, assistant professor of medicine and former resident of the ABIM Physician-Scientist research pathway. Since joining Yale School of Medicine in 2019, Goldman-Israela physician-scientist interested in virology and immunology, established himself in Yale’s COVID-19 studies because …

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Retirements and lack of newly qualified vets leave the profession in crisis

If you want to get an idea of ​​the extent of the longstanding but growing national shortage of veterinarians, the classifieds of the Irish Veterinary Journal is a good starting point. That’s according to Ian Fleming, a 45-year-old vet, based at Duntahane Veterinary Clinic, Fermoy, Co Cork. “Every month in …

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Intra-individual comparison of 18F sodium fluoride PET-CT and 99mTc bone scan with SPECT in patients with prostate cancer or breast cancer at high risk of bone metastases (MITNEC -A1): a phase 3 multicentre trial

Background The detection of bone metastases in patients with prostate cancer or breast cancer remains a major clinical challenge. We sought to compare the diagnostic performance of 99mTc-methylene diphosphonate (99mTc-MDP) Single Photon Emission CT (SPECT) and 18Sodium F-fluoride (18F-NaF) PET–CT for the detection of bone metastases in patients with high-risk …

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America after Affirmative Action – L’Atlantique

This is an edition of Atlantic A daily newsletter that guides you through the biggest stories of the day, helps you discover new ideas and recommends the best in culture. register here. The Supreme Court may soon rule against race-conscious admissions to colleges and universities. I called the Atlantic staff …

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What to do if your pet is bitten by a snake

Early fall brings pumpkins, falling leaves and baby snake season, as snakes are born and hatch from late summer to early fall. Cool weather also makes snakes more active, putting our curious dogs and cats at higher risk of poisonous bites. It’s a good idea to get your pet to …

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Levels of macrophage migration inhibitory factors are associated with disease activity and possible complications of membranous nephropathy

Gao, S., Cui, Z. & Zhao, MH Activation of complement C3a and C3a receptors mediates podocyte damage in the mechanism of primary membranous nephropathy. Jam. Soc. Nephrol. 331742–1756 (2022). Google Scholar Ronco, PM et al. membranous nephropathy. Nat. Rev. Say. Primers. seven1 (2021). Google Scholar Beck, L.H. et al. M-type …

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Equine Veterinary Services Market with In-Depth Analysis

Equine Veterinary Services WMR’s latest release titled Equine Veterinary Services Market Research Report 2022 (by Product Type, End-User/Application and Regions/Countries) provides an in-depth assessment of Equine Veterinary Services, including key market trends, upcoming technologies, industry drivers, challenges, regulatory policies, key players company profiles and strategies. The global Equine Veterinary Services …

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Trastuzumab plus FOLFOX for HER2-positive bile duct cancer refractory to gemcitabine and cisplatin: a phase 2 multi-institutional trial from the Korean Cancer Study Group (KCSG-HB19–14)

Background Overexpression or amplification of HER2, which is present in 15% of all cases of bile duct cancer, has been identified as a molecular drug target by genomic profiling. In the Phase 3 ABC-06 trial, the folinic acid, fluorouracil, and oxaliplatin (FOLFOX) regimen showed a survival advantage over active symptom …

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Must Read for Policymakers: The New Roadmap for Black Freedom

For more than a generation, black Americans have been held back by many of the major government policies and programs created to help them. While this phenomenon does not occur exclusively among black Americans, it has disproportionately affected their ability to live the American Dream. Project 21, an organization aimed …

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Fighting antimicrobial resistance does not involve miracle drugs

Antibiotic sensitivity test. [iStockphoto] Africa, like other continents, has a problem with antimicrobial resistance (AMR). But Africa stands out because it has not invested in the capacity and resources to determine the extent of the problem, or how to solve it. To start, consider Staphylococcus aureus, which is the source …

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Use of thermal imaging in feline care

John C Godbold Jr, DVM, explained the colors that appear with temperature sensing technology and how they can lead to a diagnosis When looking at a thermal image, practitioners can observe different colors distributed throughout their patients. Reds, blues, yellows and other colors light up the picture to paint a …

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States make Asian American studies mandatory. What should the curriculum look like?

2022 has been a banner year for Asian American and Pacific Islander Studies, or AAPI: New Jersey, Connecticut, and Rhode Island all passed legislation making the subject mandatory in K-12 schools, as did Illinois, which in 2021 became the first state to require it. Now, say educators and scholars, the …

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Bionano Genomics Announces Extensive Range of Content to

Dr Alka Chaubey, Chief Medical Officer at Bionano, Dr Nikhil Sahajpal, Greenwood Genetic Center, Dr. Rashmi Kanagal-Shamanna, MD Anderson and Dr. Adam Smith Cancer Center, The University Health Network will host a sponsored supplier presentation on studies that include multiple types of hematological malignancies and highlight the benefits of combining …

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San Francisco SPCA Announces New Workforce Development

Pleasanton, Calif., Oct. 27, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The San Francisco Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SF SCPA) is offering a paid three-month Community Medicine Training (CoMET) program. In partnership with Young Community Developers (YCD), this program is designed to reduce barriers to entry into the animal …

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A new approach to TMS may slow cognitive decline in Alzheimer’s disease

A new approach to repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) that targets the precuneus appears to slow the progression of cognitive and functional decline in patients with Alzheimer’s disease (AD), according to new research. Results from a 6-month phase 2 double-blind randomized trial show that patients with Alzheimer’s disease who received …

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Unicycive showcases an innovative product pipeline

Multiple data presentations Support the company’s pipeline of innovative product candidates aimed at improving the quality of life of patients with kidney disease An Independently Hosted Panel of Key Opinion Leaders to Highlight the Potential of the Company’s Product Candidates in Hyperphosphatemia and Acute Kidney Injury LOS ALTOS, Calif., Oct. …

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Researchers identify specific T cell needed to boost vaccine immunity against fungal pneumonia

Researchers at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine have demonstrated in a mouse model that a specific type of T cell, one of the body’s powerful immune defenses, produces cytokines that are needed to that the body acquires immunity against fungal pathogens. This discovery could be instrumental in …

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Morris Foundation to Receive Cathie Turner Sunbeam Funding for Hemangiosarcoma Research and Other Veterinary News

Happy Monday dvm360 readers! We hope you had a good weekend and that you are rested and ready to face another week. As we enter the last full week of October, we are one month closer to our next Fetch dvm360® conference in San Diego December 2-4. Register here today …

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Diagnosis is the Next Battleground: How Dr. Lal Pathlabs, SRL is Trying to Hold On

As large conglomerates gradually enter the diagnostics market, dominant players such as Dr. Lal Pathlabs and Metropolis Healthcare are developing plans to maintain their leadership position in the game. The diagnostic majors are eyeing inorganic growth for their network expansion, further intensifying the competition. For example, Dr. Lal PathLabs acquired …

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Cannabis use before surgery increases pain afterwards

Share on PinterestSome experts recommend people stop using cannabis at least several days before surgery. Ascension X Media/Getty Images Researchers say people who use cannabis tend to experience more pain after surgery than people who don’t. They add that cannabis users tend to use more opioids after surgery. Experts say …

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“Ignore Unapproved Veterinary Drugs”

Dr Stella Bitanyi, CEO of the Tanzania Veterinary Laboratories Agency (TVLA), made the call here yesterday during a press conference on the current work plan of the agency. “Use of drugs, especially antibiotics, can also affect humans due to consumption of remnants of these drugs in food,” she said, urging …

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Interim FDG-PET/CT for therapeutic monitoring and prognosis in Hodgkin’s lymphoma

The primary objective of the present study was to assess the predictive value of iPET in HL treated with ABVD, the most widely used chemotherapy regimen for this disease. Our study assessed the prognostic value of iPET in HL by requiring the use of the now standard Deauville criteria for …

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Coventry volleyball raises nearly $1,000 for the American Cancer Society

Oct. 20 – COVENTRY – Through a bake sale and individual donations, the Coventry High School girls’ volleyball program was able to raise nearly $1,000 for the American Cancer Society. The bake sale was held during the volleyball team’s freshman, junior, and varsity games on October 12. Also to raise …

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Indonesia bans sale of syrups after at least 99 child deaths | Indonesia

Indonesia has banned the sale of all syrup-based drugs as it investigates the deaths this year of nearly 100 children, warning that the liquids may contain ingredients linked to fatal kidney damage. The move comes just weeks after the World Health Organization issued an alert over four India-made cough syrups …

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With veterinarians stretched, Midcoast pet owners find comfort with end-of-life home care for their pets

As veterinary offices across the country crumble amid the surge in pandemic pet ownership, in-home pet palliative care businesses have stepped in to help families say goodbye to pets dying in the familiarity and comfort of their own home. Lap of Love is a network of 500 veterinarians providing home …

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BioVie’s Phase 2 trial evaluating the motor-promoting activity of NE3107 in Parkinson’s disease is fully enrolled

Main data expected in December 2022 CARSON CITY, Nev., Oct. 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — BioVie Inc., (NASDAQ: BIVI) (“BioVie” or the “Company”), a clinical-stage company developing innovative drug therapies for the treatment of neurological and neurodegenerative disorders and advanced liver disease, today announced that the trial The Company’s Phase …

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Optimistic tourism outlook after a good month

Written by Monica Correa on October 18, 2022 Advertising With a focus on “maintaining momentum,” the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau celebrated its annual meeting at the Arsht Center with more than 600 guests, including elected officials, industry leaders and representatives from media. Weekly hotel demand in Miami-Dade has …

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Know your worth to earn the raise you deserve

At the 2022 Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference, Charlotte Lacroix, DVM, JD, shared strategies for uncovering your worth and skills for asking for more money at work Although many experts focus on the importance of being empowered, empowerment is even more important because it comes from you rather than others, according …

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Biogen Announces 3-Month Extension of FDA Review Period

The new Prescription Drug User Fee Act (PDUFA) action date set by the FDA is April 25, 2023 CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Oct. 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Biogen Inc. (Nasdaq: BIIB) today announced that the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has extended the review period for three-month new drug …

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Kira Pharmaceuticals Announces IND Approval from China NMPA for Phase 2 Evaluation of KP104 in Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria (PNH)

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. and SUZHOU, China, October 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Kira Pharmaceuticals, a global biotechnology company pioneering transformational complementary therapies to treat immune-mediated diseases, today announced that China’s National Medical Products Administration (NMPA) has cleared the application for new Investigational Drug (IND) for the evaluation of KP104, a first-in-class bifunctional …

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Bermudian doctor wins virtual pitch for cancer treatment research funding – The Royal Gazette

Updated: October 16, 2022 11:18 Dr. Sheldon Holder, assistant professor of pathology and laboratory medicine at Brown University (photo provided) A Bermudian doctor has won $70,000 in funding to conduct clinical trials of a potentially life-saving cancer treatment after winning a virtual pitch competition. Sheldon Holder, assistant professor of pathology …

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Kansas State Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory Develops New Test for Livestock Diseases

The Kansas State Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratorypart of Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicinehas developed a new test for two major blood-borne diseases in cattle. The Molecular Research and Development section of the laboratory has developed a specific bovine test for the endemic disease anaplasmosis and the emerging disease Theileriosis. …

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Classification, treatment and supportive care options in AML

Guidelines for the treatment of acute myeloid leukemia (AML) have recently been updated by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the European LeukemiaNet (ELN). These new guidelines will help clinicians differentiate the most appropriate treatments for their AML patients. In a recent presentation at the 2022 National Comprehensive Cancer Network …

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Graduate students present their research in three minutes

Thursday, October 13, 2022 Media Contact: Kaylie Wehr | Coordinator, Marketing and Public Relations | 405-744-6740 | [email protected] Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine held its annual Three-Minute Thesis Competition on October 11. Using a single slide and free of research jargon, 13 graduate veterinary student researchers summarized their …

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Hong Kong identifies new therapeutic key to ending cancer pain

Some patients with cancer pain are resistant to all conventional analgesics, suggesting that a yet undefined mechanism beyond existing knowledge may contribute to their pathology. A new study by the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) School of Medicine (CU Medicine) has found that a new phenomenon, the “transition from …

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Thyroid eye disease requires personalized treatment approaches

October 12, 2022 1 minute read Source/Disclosures Published by: Source: Wester S. Go up an octave! Improving your treatment for thyroid eye disease. Presented at the meeting of the American Academy of Ophthalmology; Sept. 30-Oct. 3, 2022; Chicago. Disclosures: Wester reports advising/consulting for Horizon Therapeutics, Immunovant and Sling. ADD A …

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What is anthrax?

IntroductionCause and SymptomsBacillus anthracisEpidemiologyDiagnosis and treatmentbiological warfare agentReferencesFurther reading Anthrax is a bacterial zoonosis caused by Bacillus anthracis, a spore-forming gram-positive bacterium commonly found in the soil of endemic areas. It is primarily a disease of herbivorous wildlife and livestock that occasionally infects other carnivores or omnivores, including humans. Anthrax. …

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Global Monoclonal Antibodies in Veterinary Health Market Report 2022: Rising Frequency of Canine Atopic Dermatitis Fueling Growth – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Global Monoclonal Antibodies in Veterinary Health Market size, trends and growth opportunities, by application, by animal type, by end-user by region and forecast to 2027.” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Global Monoclonal Antibodies in Veterinary Health Market Size, Trends & Growth Opportunities, By Application (Dermatology, …

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DermTech presents translational medicine to revolutionize skin care at the American Congress on Biomarkers and Precision Medicine

LA JOLLA, Calif., October 10, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–DermTech, Inc. (NASDAQ: DMTK) (“DermTech” or the “Company”), a leader in precision dermatology enabled by a noninvasive skin genomics platform, today announced presented today at the Biomarkers & Precision Medicine USA Congress, held October 3-4 in San Diego. 6e The annual event brought together …

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Tory panic over teachers misses how little freedom they have

When Oklahoma teacher Summer Boismier sent her students a QR code that gave them access to banned books through the Brooklyn Public Library, Ryan Walters, the state’s Republican education secretary, tweeted, “There is no place for a teacher with a liberal political agenda in the classroom” and demanded that her …

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SHGs trained to test milk quality

The purpose of this training was to expose entrepreneurs to aspects of milk quality, quality control testing and the importance of clean milk production. The purpose of this training was to expose entrepreneurs to aspects of milk quality, quality control testing and the importance of clean milk production. Members of …

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Differences in vulnerability to desiccation stress between corneal and conjunctival epithelium in rabbit models of short-term ocular surface exposure

Rabbit model of short-term exposure keratopathy New Zealand white rabbits (weight, 2.0‒2.2 kg) were used in this study. The study was conducted in accordance with ARRIVE guidelines. All procedures adhered to the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) statement for the use of animals in ophthalmology and vision …

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A new class of drugs can safely counter allergic asthma without creating susceptibility to infection

Blocking the action of calcium signals in immune cells suppresses the most common form of asthma, but without compromising the body’s defenses against flu viruses, according to a new study. Led by researchers at NYU Grossman School of Medicine, experiments showed that deleting the gene for a calcium channel – …

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Reusing existing drugs to fight new variants of COVID-19

EAST LANSING, MI – Michigan State University (MSU) researchers use big data and AI identify current drugs that could be applied to treat new variants of COVID-19. Finding new ways to treat the novel coronavirus and its ever-evolving variants has been a challenge for researchers, especially when the traditional drug …

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province adds more spaces for veterinary students | Spare News

The Government of Saskatchewan announced in late September that it was taking steps to help meet the growing need for veterinarians across the province, particularly for large animal and mixed animal vets in rural Saskatchewan. In 2023-24, the province will increase the number of subsidized student spaces from 20 to …

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UAMS Invests Tracie C. Harrison, Ph.D., RN, in the Alice An-Loh Sun Professorship in Geriatric Nursing

Enlarge image Tracie C. Harrison, Ph.D., RN, (front) with Patricia A. Cowan, Ph.D., RN, (left) and Cam Patterson, MD, MBA. Image by Evan Lewis October 5, 2022 | LITTLE ROCK – The University of Arkansas College of Medicine for Medical Sciences (UAMS) has invested Tracie C. Harrison, Ph.D., RN, professor …

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Non-binary people don’t want to be androgynous, but we do it to survive | Opinion

Reiterated in socially conscious spaces until it makes me want to rip my ears out: “Non-binary people don’t owe you androgyny!” I’m sure people who say this generally support and understand the plight of gender in modern American society. Maybe a student from a seminar on women, gender and sexuality …

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Study examines why eating late at night increases obesity risk – Harvard Gazette

Obesity affects approximately 42% of the adult population in the United States and contributes to the onset of chronic diseases, including diabetes, cancer and other conditions. While popular healthy eating mantras advise against midnight snacking, few studies have thoroughly investigated the simultaneous effects of late eating on the three main …

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Veterinary Anesthesia Machines Market SWOT Analysis, Dynamics, Drivers, Key Indicators and Forecast to 2026

Anesthesia is a type of medication used to control or reduce pain during surgical procedures. It also helps with breathing, heart rate, blood circulation and blood pressure. General anesthesia serves three main purposes, namely unconsciousness, lack of movement, and attenuation of the stress response. In animals, anesthesia is used under …

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Idiopathic retroperitoneal fibrosis with endometrial cancer: about a case and review of the literature | BMC Women’s Health

This case report describes an iRPF patient who was later diagnosed with endometrial cancer. At the time of admission, the patient has a 13-year history of iRPF. RPF is clinically rare with an age-standardized incidence of 0.1 cases/100,000 people per year [6]. About 70% of RPF cases are idiopathic with …

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Bahati & Frey’s Place provides health and wellness opportunities for puppies and their loved ones.

Bahati and Frey’s Place, named after two shelter dogs who left a lasting impression on Ochs, is designed to help pet owners overcome these obstacles. Canine care and compassion The AKC Certified Fit Dog Club offers a variety of training and enrichment options ranging from puppy classes to specialty training. …

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Extract potential from biological samples

Sponsored Content Featured By Credit: Jonathan Pow/Getty Images Immediate access to targeted, annotated, and enriched biospecimens enables the rapid pace from discovery to commercialization found in the medical and life science industries. “Precision for Medicine respects the value of the biospecimen and understands its importance in fueling the engine of …

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BBC’s Nick Baker opens new veterinary hospital in Basildon

A CELERBRITY guest officially opened the new £16 veterinary hospital in Basildon. Southfield Veterinary Specialist, one of Europe’s largest hospitals, officially opened in Basildon last night. The special event welcomed over 150 visitors to the new, purpose-built 42,000 square foot Reference Center. BBC presenter Nick Baker, known for his role …

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The Council of Specialty Medical Societies (C

image: American Thoracic Society receives CMSS grant to improve ICU exit safety and fairness. see After Credit: ATS NEW YORK, NY – (September 29, 2022) – The Council of Medical Specialty Societies (CMSS), a coalition of 48 specialty societies representing more than 800,000 healthcare physicians, has awarded 11 member specialty …

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Peacock Announces Oct. 12 Start Date For “I Love You, You Hate Me” Two-Part Series

The two-part limited series chronicles the rise and fall of this once-popular preschool series … [+] “Barney and Friends.” Peacock If you’re of a certain age, you’ll definitely remember those endless days of your preschoolers obsessing over this adorable singing and dancing purple dinosaur. Barney and his friends. It aired …

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Al Borg Laboratories signs agreement to manage medical testing from Al Amin Hospital in Taif

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – Al Borg Medical Laboratories signed a partnership agreement with Al Amin Hospital in Taif, to operate and manage medical testing for five years starting October 1, 2022. Al Borg Medical Laboratories were represented by its CEO, Dr. Saeed bin Mohammed bin Saeed Al Amoudi, and …

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Emma Ciafaloni, MD, on the vast expansion of innovative approaches to Duchenne muscular dystrophy

Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) was first described by French neurologist Guillaume Benjamin Amand Duchenne in the 1860s, although it took until 1986 for researchers to identify a particular genetic defect that leads to the disease. . The identification of the dystrophin gene by Louis Kunkel and Jerry Louis opened the …

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Academic experts chosen to advise on crime research

Dr Natalie Gately from Edith Cowan University, Dr Jocelyne Jones from Curtin University and Associate Professor Joe Clare from the University of WA (UWA) have been chosen for three vacancies on the board. Established in 2020, WACSAR helps inform criminal justice decision-making and policy development using an evidence-based inter-agency approach. …

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Next-Generation Diagnostics Platform 1health Selected as UCSF Digital Health Award Quarter-Finalist

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–1health.io Inc. (“1health”) Announces It is a Quarter-Finalist for the UCSF Digital Health Awards for Best-in-Class Clinical Diagnostics Platform, Selected from Hundreds of Companies of health care applying for the award. The prestigious UCSF Digital Health Awards aim to recognize the achievements of innovative health technology companies that …

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Understanding babies with AI: Ubenwa

Key points to remember: Founded in 2017, Ubenwa is a startup that uses artificial intelligence to analyze babies’ cries and detect diseases and conditions such as birth asphyxia. The startup recently closed a $2.5 million pre-seed and plans to use it for clinical validations and build an app that’s easy …

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New ASCO guideline recommends integrative interventions to manage cancer pain

Pain is a clinical challenge for many oncology patients and clinicians, and there is a growing body of evidence showing that integrative therapies can be helpful in pain management, according to Heather Greenlee, ND, PhD. A new joint practice guideline from the Society for Integrative Oncology (SIO) and the American …

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When and why was the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research created? read to know more

Logo of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) | healthyindiachronic The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) was established in 1942 as an autonomous body by the Government of India to promote scientific knowledge and stimulate industrialization and economic growth. It also focuses on radio and space …

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The love triangle turns deadly when the school teacher breaks

In December 1948, the Associated Press made a curious announcement, the marriage of Elizabeth Elfers Walker to Dr. David Roberts, a veterinarian from Waukesha, Wisconsin. The bride was 33 years old. The groom, 83 years old. The 50-year age gap wasn’t the only thing that made the event newsworthy. Thirty-one …

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A VSU alumna finds her calling in speech therapy

September 23 – VALDOSTA – Kimberly Barnes, a Valdosta State University alum, has found her calling in the special education sector as the new clinical director of VocoVision. VocoVision is a leading provider of telepractice services for US schools across the country. The Columbus-based company supports and collaborates with teachers …

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Teenage Composer Launches Masterworks at Omaha Symphony

OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) – If you closed your eyes and listened to Winston Schneider play the piano, you’d never know the award-winning composer was just 14 years old. Not only can the teenager perform famous Brahms works perfectly, but he can create original music, much of which has already been …

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New Interior Health hiring requirements spark outcry among lab staff – Okanagan

A new initiative to hopefully address what is being called an urgent need for lab staff in the inland health region is causing an outcry from trained lab assistants. New job openings for a laboratory phlebotomist, whose main role is to draw blood, only require a 10th grade and one …

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