Clinical pathology

Swedish researchers develop urine test capable of identifying types of asthma and their severity, which could lead to improved precision medicine diagnoses

The study “shows that measurement with a urine test offers improved accuracy compared to other measurement methods, for example certain types of blood tests,” said a press release from KI. Researchers from Karolinska Institute (KI) in Sweden have developed a non-invasive urine test that can identify which type of asthma …

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Decline in function begins up to 10 years before stroke

A new study has shown that stroke patients had more marked declines in cognition and daily functioning over the past 10 years than people without stroke. “Our results suggest that the accumulation of intracerebral pathologies before the acute event is already having a clinical impact, allowing the identification of high-risk …

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Aussie AI embarks on radiological diagnostics

An Australian healthcare joint venture between artificial intelligence startup Harrison.ai and local radiology company I-MED Radiology Network launched a chest x-ray diagnostic tool on the same day that a peer-reviewed diagnostic precision study of the product was published by The Lancet Digital Health. The joint venture – Annalize.ai – unveiled …

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NHM providing free diagnostic services in Arunachal

Journalist ITANAGAR, July 3: Diagnostic services are provided free of charge to the people of Arunachal under the Free Diagnostic Service (FDS) initiative, implemented by the Government of India through the National Health Mission (NHM). In the state, the FDS initiative is implemented by NHM Arunachal through the ASR diagnostic …

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RTL Today – Fact Check: Online publications falsely claim Covid-19 shots damage blood cells

Social media posts featuring four microscope slides supposedly showing blood cells before and after the Covid-19 vaccination claim the vaccination is permanent It’s wrong; Experts told AFP the images showed ill-prepared red blood cell samples unrelated to the Covid-19 inoculation, and said the publications were not scientific. “THIS EXPERIMENTAL VACCINATION …

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Mediaplanet publishes infectious disease campaign to provide reliable information from multiple sources on infectious disease mitigation

Copyright 2021 PR Newswire. All rights reserved2021-06-29 NEW YORK, June 29, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Mediaplanet today announced the launch of the print and digital campaign entitled “Infectious Diseases”. This campaign is the third installment in a series that Mediaplanet has published on this subject since the start of …

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Inotiv, Inc. Expands Pathology Services to Include Medical Device Pathology, Hires Nicolette Jackson to Lead Effort

Nicolette Jackson, DMV, MS, DACVP Dr. Nicolette Jackson joins Inotiv as Director, Medical Device Pathology Dr. Nicolette Jackson joins Inotiv as Director, Medical Device Pathology WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind., June 28, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Inotiv, Inc. (NASDAQ:NOTV) (the “Company”, “We”, “Our” or “Inotiv”), a leading contract research organization specializing in …

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Veterinary Reference Laboratories Market 2021 by Company, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2027 – The ERX News

Sample download request Credible Markets added a new key research report covering Reference veterinary laboratory market. The study aims to provide global investors with a revolutionary decision-making tool covering key fundamentals of the veterinary reference laboratories market. The research report will include the total global market revenue with historical analysis, …

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UC San Diego launches Center for Perinatal Discovery

A newly opened center at UC San Diego School of Medicine brings together physicians, researchers and patients in a one-of-a-kind effort to study pregnancy, including its complications and long-term effects, with the goal of improve the health of mothers and their children through collaborative science. The Center for Perinatal Discovery, …

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AI holds promise in medicine

Alan karthikesalingam The role of artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to be “transformative” in medicine, including vascular surgery. So says Alan Karthikesalingam, UK research manager at Google Health (London, UK) and lecturer in vascular surgery, who spoke on the topic at the annual meeting of the British Society of …

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open a new path for pharmaceutical R&D

In February, a new kind of pharmaceutical company was launched, backed by $ 250 million in Series A funding and taking a novel approach to R&D. Founded by life science venture capital firm Medicxi, Centessa Pharmaceuticals is made up of ten biotech start-ups from the company’s funding portfolio. The company …

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Study finds schools no more at risk of COVID-19

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, June 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – A study, funded by the Government of Canada as part of its COVID-19 Immunity Working Group (CITF), found that the risk of staff contracting SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in schools is no greater than their risk of contracting the …

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The metastatic melanoma cancer diagnostics market will be supported by technological innovation over the next decade

The metastatic melanoma cancer diagnostics market, at a CAGR of 7.7% between 2021-2031, is expected to reach $ 2.9 billion. With technology reaching new heights, it is inevitable that healthcare systems will integrate with existing technology platforms. In addition, geographic barriers are removed with telehealth to be added. Care delivery …

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Robot-assisted transvaginal transluminal endoscopic surgery (RvNOTES) for the management of endometriosis: a pilot study of 33 cases

Goal of the study Describe surgical techniques and short-term outcomes for 33 cases of robotic-assisted transvaginal transluminal endoscopic surgery (RvNOTES) to treat endometriosis. Design Retrospective case series study Setting University Tertiary Care University Hospital in Houston, Texas, USA. The patients Patients who underwent RvNOTES endometriosis resection between March 2020 and …

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Memorial Medical adds Eryn Staats, Au.D, to its staff

Through Nikki | at June 12, 2021 Robin a coffeyCommunications and Public Relations Specialist, Memorial Hospital MARYSVILLE – Memorial Health announced that Eryn Staats, Au.D, is now treating patients at Memorial Ear, Nose & Throat at Memorial Gateway Medical Center. For nearly 20 years, Staats worked as a clinical audiologist, …

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Medical technologist / Safety laboratory / 2 years / Wits CLS

A vacant position for Medical Technologist – Safety Laboratory (two-year contract renewable based on performance) is available with our client, Wits Health Consortium (Wits CLS) Clinical Laboratory Services in Braamfontein, Johannesburg – Gauteng. Background Clinical Laboratory Services (CLS) is a division of the Wits Health Consortium (WHC) of the School …

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How to find the winning formula in sports imagery

Dr Imtiaz Ahmad, medical officer at Queens Park Rangers (QPR) Football Club in West London, explained why sports imagery is vital in enabling doctors to do their jobs, and he provided the best advice on how to how radiologists and physicians should work together. Working in professional football is stimulating …

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Pathogenic Airway Neutrophilia Causes ARDS in Black Patients with Severe COVID-19 in Case Study

A hallmark of the pathogenesis of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is the wide range of presentations and clinical findings, ranging from asymptomatic and mild respiratory distress syndrome to acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) and often failure. fatal multivisceral. There have been worrying disparities in mortality associated with COVID-19 among black …

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Sydney experts lead COVID19 vaccine research

The Collaborative Research Group on Vaccines, Infections and Immunology (VIIM) will receive more than $ 4.5 million in NSW government funding over three years to study clinical and immunological responses to COVID-19 vaccines in NSW beneficiaries. VIIM brings together the leading researchers and practitioners in vaccines, infections and immunology in …

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Equillium to collaborate with Oxford University and Kennedy

LA JOLLA, Calif., June 07, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Equillium, Inc. (Nasdaq: EQ), a clinical-stage biotechnology company developing itolizumab to treat severe autoimmune and inflammatory disorders, today announced hui a translational research collaboration with the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology and Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford. The …

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ASCO announces the winners

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Treatment without HSCT and chemotherapy of Ph + ALL with Ponatinib / Blinatumomab leads to a CR rate of 100%

Combination therapy with ponatinib (Iclusig) and blinatumomab (Blincyto) produced a complete response in all patients with Philadelphia chromosome (Ph) positive acute lymphoid leukemia (ALL) who were treated in a phase 2 study ( NCT03263572), according to a presentation at the 2021 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) annual meeting.1 The …

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NSW spearheads key COVID-19 vaccine research

A leading group of experts in New South Wales will launch Australia’s first research to inform vaccine policy in the state and beyond. The Collaborative Research Group on Vaccines, Infections and Immunology (VIIM) will receive more than $ 4.5 million in NSW government funding over three years to study clinical …

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Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) clinicians’ clinical oncology results to be presented at ASCO’s annual meeting in 2021

SEATTLE – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) today announced presentations from the organization’s clinicians to be presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) 2021 Annual Meeting from June 4 to 8, 2021. SCCA clinicians have contributed to studies of several types of cancer spanning the entire …

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The players in the veterinary reference laboratories market will make profitable investments during the period 2021-2026

The last Reference veterinary laboratory market The research report incorporates an easily understandable understanding of the factors that will drive and hinder the growth of the industry in the years to come. Further, it lists the different opportunities in different geographies and other submarkets followed by an in-depth look at …

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Credent’s new technological solution will be a game-changer in healthcare

During the pandemic, the diagnostics industry faced many challenges. From logistics to phlebotomists and technicians to technology, the diagnostic industry depends on different vendors to provide phlebotomists, logistics, lab technicians, technology and other services. Established in 2012 with the vision to become the leading healthcare logistics company in India, Credent …

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Guardant360® CDx Receives FDA Approval as First and Only Liquid Biopsy Companion Diagnostic for Amgen’s LUMAKRAS ™ Inhibitor (sotorasib) KRASG12C for Use in Advanced Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

REDWOOD CITY, Calif .– (BUSINESS WIRE) – Guardant Health, Inc. (Nasdaq: GH) announces that the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Guardant360® CDx assay as the first and only liquid biopsy companion diagnostic for profiling tumor mutations, or complete genomic profile, to identify patients with locally advanced …

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MLS teams win bowling competition

Tweet tweet button for twitter Posted on May 27, 2021 University of Louisiana Monroe Medical Laboratory Science students competed and won a virtual bowl competition against the University of Arkansas for MLS Medical Science students. University of Louisiana Monroe MLS students from the School of Allied Health, College of Health …

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Moderna COVID-19 vaccine has been shown to be effective for adolescents; those recovering from mild illness get antibody protection: May 26, 2021 coronavirus update

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine is effective in young adolescents, and mild cases of COVID-19 give those recovering from the disease long-lasting antibody protection. Cleveland.com brings together some of the most notable coronavirus news that is making headlines online. Here’s what you need to know for Wednesday, May 26th. …

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Cyclerion Therapeutics splits up – GuruFocus.com

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 25, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Cyclerion Therapeutics, Inc. (CYCN) today announced that company management will present an overview of the company at the Jefferies Virtual Healthcare conference on Tuesday, 1 June 2021 at 4:00 p.m. pm ET. Management will also be available for one-on-one meetings and investors …

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Professional nurse: clinical trials / 1 year FTC / CLS

A Professional Nurse – Clinical Trials position (one year contract) is available with our client, Clinical Laboratory Services (CLS) of the Wits Health Consortium in Braamfontein, Johannesburg – Gauteng. Background Clinical Laboratory Services (CLS) is a division of the Wits Health Consortium (WHC) of the School of Pathology. The main …

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Ferring and Rebiotix Present Flagship Phase 3 Data Demonstrating Superior Efficacy of Investigational RBX2660 Compared to Placebo in Reducing Recurrence of C. difficile Infection

SAINT-PREX, Switzerland & ROSEVILLE, Minnesota – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Ferring Pharmaceuticals and Rebiotix, a Ferring Company, today presented the results of the pivotal phase 3 PUNCH â„¢ CD3 clinical trial, demonstrating superior efficacy and consistent safety of single-dose RBX2660 in reducing recurrence of Clostridioides difficile infection (CDI) compared to placebo. …

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California SB-642 Targets Hospitals and Management Service Organizations | Mintz – Perspectives on Healthcare

On May 3, 2021, the California Senate Health Committee approved SB-642 “Healthcare: Facilities: Medical Privileges”. The bill is currently pending in the California Senate. AB-705, which is substantially similar to SB-642, is also on hold at the California Assembly. If passed, the law will restrict the ability of hospital governing …

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Study confirms effectiveness of uveitis treatment

Reviewed by Bahram Bodaghi, MD, PhD The results of LOUVRE 2, a French post-marketing, prospective and observational study, confirm the real effectiveness of the intravitreal implant of dexamethasone 0.7 mg (Ozurdex, Allergan) for the treatment of non-infectious uveitis of the posterior segment relatively long-standing. The results also provide insight into …

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Voyager Therapeutics (VYGR) Announces Strategic Change and Leadership Transitions

Enter Wall Street with StreetInsider Premium. Claim your 1-week free trial here. Voyager Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ: VYGR), a clinical-stage gene therapy company focused on developing life-changing treatments for serious neurological diseases, today announced key leadership transitions and a strategic shift towards a refocused pipeline and increased investment in its innovative, …

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Silence Therapeutics Announces Positive Data from GEMINI Phase 1 Study of SLN124 in Healthy Volunteers

Silence Therapeutics Announces Positive Data from GEMINI Phase 1 Study of SLN124 in Healthy Volunteers Data shownSLN124,an siRNA which targets TMPRSS6, Washingtonis onand effective in reducing plasma iron levelsand had a long duration of action Data ssupport oIn progress phase 1 sstudy of SLN124 in patients with thalassemia and myelodysplastic …

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AMP and APC urge Congress to pass VITAL law

The Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) and the Association of Pathology Chairs (APC) congratulate U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) for introducing legislation that would allow molecular pathology professionals to continue to advance and improve offer high-quality laboratory-developed (LDP) test procedures for patient care. The Innovative Tests Verified in US Laboratories …

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LaRocque commissioned as captain | New

JOHNSON CITY – East Tennessee State University’s Quillen College of Medicine hosted a military commissioning ceremony for six members of the class of 2021, including a local woman. The following students were named captains at the ceremony on May 6, just hours before they received their degrees and doctoral students …

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Scholar Rock announces the publication of data from a phase 1 clinical trial evaluating apitegromab in healthy volunteers in the Journal Advances in Therapy

CAMBRIDGE, Mass .– (BUSINESS WIRE) –Scholar rock (NASDAQ: SRRK), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on the treatment of serious conditions in which protein growth factors play a fundamental role, today announced that the results of its Phase 1 safety trial and the pharmacological profile of apitemograb in healthy volunteers were …

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The Hale family to accelerate pancreatic cancer research and care with one of the biggest gifts ever to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE) – Continuing their family’s deep commitment to beating pancreatic cancer, Judith B. Hale, her son, Robert T. Hale, Jr., and his wife, Karen Hale, have pledged an additional $ 50 million to Dana- Farber Cancer Institute. This donation, one of the largest one-time gifts in the history of …

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Four Lady Vols receive SEC softball awards

The Southeastern Conference honored Kiki Milloy, Ashley Rogers, Ashley Morgan and Cailin Hannon for their performances during the 2021 season. BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – The Southeastern Conference released its annual softball awards on Tuesday. Four Tennessee players were among the 70 winners. Outfielder Kiki Milloy earned her first All-SEC honors by …

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University of Miami researchers report COVID-19 found in penile tissue could contribute to erectile dysfunction

PICTURE: Characteristics of penile tissue ultrastructure of living COVID-19 seroconverted patients. (A) Coronavirus-like viral particles (arrows) visualized via TEM in perivascular erectile tissue of a living patient who had … sight After Credit: Dr Ranjith Ramasamy / University of Miami Health System Researchers at the Miller School of Medicine at …

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OracleBio Launches GCP Image Analysis Services

GLASGOW, Scotland – (BUSINESS WIRE) – OracleBio today announced the launch of the company’s GCP image analysis services. This latest service offering strengthens the company’s position as a world leader in quantitative digital pathology, thus expanding the company’s position in the clinical market. OracleBio’s new service offering generates quantitative image …

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GT Medical Technologies Announces First Patient Enrolled in Clinical Trial Evaluating GammaTile® Therapy in Patients With Metastatic Brain Tumors

TEMPE, Arizona., May 11, 2021 / PRNewswire / – GT Medical Technologies, Inc. announced today that the first patient has been enrolled in a multicenter randomized controlled trial. The trial aims to compare the outcomes of patients with newly diagnosed large metastatic brain tumors who receive standard treatment, resection surgery …

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