Coming Up: America’s Own Social Credit System

The new “war on terror”, launched by the January 6 riot, has prompted several web giants to expose the predecessors of what could effectively become a soft social credit system by the end of this decade. Relying on an indirect hand from DC, our social bettors in corporate America will …

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Dog care and veterinary science make the difference

This happy beagle can now climb the stairs. Sherry kuehl Special to the star Has veterinary care changed dramatically or does it have pet owners? I ask myself this question every time I take my dogs for a teeth cleaning. It is my husband who initiates this thought process with …

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Local Medical Staff News

LAKELAND REGIONAL HEALTH Moody’s Investors Service recently reaffirmed Lakeland Regional Health Center Stable A2 rating upstream of public bond financing. The A2’s assertion and award, according to Moody’s, reflects its expectation that Lakeland Regional Health Systems will remain the distinct market leader and essential supplier in and around Polk County. …

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KeifeRx Receives FDA Approval of New Investigational Drug for Phase 3 Study of Nilotinib BE in Early Alzheimer’s Disease

WASHINGTON, July 20, 2021 / PRNewswire / – KeifeRx, LLC, an emerging clinical-stage biotechnology company specializing in the discovery and development of new treatment options for neurodegenerative diseases, today announced that the company has received acceptance of its application investigational new drug (IND) from the United States The United States …

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Automated Covid-19 Tests – A Pie In The Sky?

The ongoing fourth wave of the coronavirus has sharply increased the need for Covid-19 testing, prompting calls for the introduction of automation equipment. However, according to industry watchers, the lack of reagents for the automated installation will likely be a major stumbling block for automated testing. A health worker performs …

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Akoya Announces Publication of MITER Study, the First Multi-Institutional Analytical Demonstration of a Space Biology Workflow, in the Journal for ImmunoTherapy of Cancer

MARLBOROUGH, Mass., July 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Akoya Biosciences Inc, (Nasdaq: AKYA) The Spatial Biology Company®, today announced that the Phenoptics ™ mIF solution has been used in a multi-site study to demonstrate and validate an automated end-to-end workflow that characterizes PD-1 / PD-L1 immune checkpoint signaling in tumor …

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Todos Medical to Launch EUA Authorized SARS-CoV-2 cPass

Nature Medicine publication shows neutralizing antibodies are essential in preventing or reducing the severity of COVID-19 infection, including infection with emerging variants of COVID-19 such as the Delta variant, for vaccinated populations and not vaccinated Todos now validates cPass in its highly automated CLIA / CAP lab at Provista Diagnostics …

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Connor and Moroney are distinguished alumni

by Mike Plunkett A veterinarian who is an innovator in the hog industry and a CEO who is an innovator in public housing – both graduates of Hillsboro High School – will be honored this year with the Hillsboro Education Foundation Distinguished Alumni Award. Dr Joseph Connor of the Carthage …

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Tallahassee Community College announces promotions

Tallahassee Community College announces academic promotions Calandra Stringer, rector and vice president of academic affairs at Tallahassee Community College, announced several promotions of candidates within the college. Each associate dean will start new roles on Monday: Tricia Rizza, associate dean of faculty initiatives. As a faculty member, Rizza has served …

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Boarman, from Owensboro, to lead OCTC Vet Tech program

A native of Owensboro, Dr. Laura Boarman has been selected to lead the Veterinary Technology program at Owensboro Community & Technical College. Boarman has spent the past 11 years in practice at the Kentuckiana Animal Clinic. Boarman attended Western Kentucky University undergraduate and earned a doctorate from Auburn University’s School …

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Study evaluates accuracy of Bartonella infection tests in dogs

A study conducted by the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine Clinical Assistant Professor Erin Lashnits provides new information on how best to diagnose Bartonella infection in dogs, a common disease transmitted by fleas that is linked to heart infection, organ inflammation and other conditions. The researchers assessed the …

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GeniusVets Co-Founder David Hall Named “100 Top 100 Marketing and Advertising Influencers” and Guest on Forbes Board

David Hall accepts MARsum award and invitation to the Forbes Agency Board GeniusVets posts results that exceed all other veterinary marketing companies combined. Is your business booming? This is the SEO effect. Showcasing a decade of success in digital marketing and exceptional contributions to the veterinary industry. Veterinarians who understand …

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Jackson, Kelly named 2020-21 CoSIDA Academic All-America

Soccer 07/12/2021 12:00:00 The duo Chant were both named to the CoSIDA All-America First Academic Team. History links 2020-21 Academic All-America® NCAA Division I Football Teams Announcement AUSTIN, Texas – Carolina Coast Football Student-Athletes Tarron jackson and Silas kelly were both named to the 2020-21 CoSIDA Academic All-America Division I …

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Will the laboratories be able to follow it?

When the alpha variant of COVID-19 was found in New Jersey over the winter, state officials made little sense of its prevalence, which communities were hardest hit and how quickly it spread – until case and hospitalizations began to explode in March. Now like the very contagious delta variant is …

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Pet Veterinary Drugs Market Size, Share 2021-2028

New Jersey, United States, – the Pet Veterinary Drugs Market The study provides details of market dynamics affecting the market, market size, and segmentation, and casts a shadow over major market players by highlighting the favorable competitive landscape and successful trends over the years. This market report presents the detailed …

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Can High b-Value Biparametric 3.0 T MRI with Simplified Prostate Image Reporting and Data System (S-PI-RADS) be used in biopsy-naive men?

This article was originally published here Clin Imaging. June 29, 2021: S0899-7071 (21) 00270-9. doi: 10.1016 / j.clinimag.2021.06.024. Online ahead of print. ABSTRACT OBJECTIVE: To analyze the clinical value of high b-value 3.0 T biparametric magnetic resonance with the Simplified Prostate Image Reporting and Data System (S-PI-RADS) in biopsy-naive men. …

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Delta Variant looms for the unvaccinated

Even though the number of COVID-19 in Wisconsin reached pandemic lows in early summer, new cases are on the rise again, as outbreaks fueled by variants elsewhere offer a warning sign to near the half of state residents who are not vaccinated. the Delta variant is of particular concern. Also …

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Port Royal veterinary hospital hard hit after tornado

PORT ROYAL, SC (WTOC) – We have news from a business owner who was affected by Tropical Storm Elsa this week. At least one tornado passed through Port Royal overnight Wednesday. Now the Port Royal veterinary hospital is repairing the damage. From the outside you can see that the town …

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Dr. Hallie Hasel, New Wyoming State Veterinarian

Dr Hallie Hasel has been selected by the Wyoming Livestock Board to replace retired state veterinarian, Dr Jim Logan. Dr Hasel has accepted the board appointment and will begin as Wyoming State Veterinarian on July 16, 2021. Dr Hasel has been Deputy State Veterinarian for Field Operations for the Wyoming …

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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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McMaster researchers identify how VITT occurs

PICTURE: From left to right: Ishac Nazy, Angela Huynh, John Kelton, Donald Arnold, Mercy Daka view After Credit: James Smith / McMaster University Hamilton, ON (July 7, 2021) – A team of researchers from McMaster University recently discovered how, exactly, COVID-19 vaccines that use adenoviral vectors trigger a rare but …

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Blinn College graduates 14 veterinary technician students

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) – The Blinn College District recently recognized 15 Veterinary Technology Program graduates with a virtual pinning ceremony. Blinn’s two-year associate’s degree in applied science in veterinary technology is one of 10 accredited programs in Texas. The program prepares students to become fully accredited Licensed Veterinary Technicians (LVTs). …

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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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The elephant in the doctors’ lounge

With roughly 156 million Americans Fully vaccinated against COVID-19, doctors see signs of relief on the horizon. This relief cannot come soon enough. The initial energy and adrenaline that drove doctors to treat critically ill patients during the first few months of the pandemic has been replaced by fatigue, burnout …

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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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Fort Bragg Soldiers Help Cumberland County Animal Shelter

Residents looking to adopt a pet may find that their new addition can join the family sooner through a partnership between Cumberland County and Fort Bragg. Soldiers in the First year veterinary studies diploma program helps sterilize and neuter the shelter’s dogs and cats through a partnership program that began …

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Impact Factor and Immediacy Index Rise for Clinical Chemistry from Journal of AACC, Reflecting Journal’s Groundbreaking COVID-19 Research

WASHINGTON, July 1, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The AACC, a global scientific and medical professional organization dedicated to improving health through laboratory medicine, is pleased to announce that the impact factor and immediacy index of its journal Clinical chemistry increased to 8.327 and 8.729, respectively, in the 2020 Clarivate …

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Analysis of Veterinary Compression Dressings Market Growth 2021-2028 | EquiCrown, Merck, Millpledge Pharmaceuticals – KSU

the Veterinary Compression Dressings Market 2021-2028 provides a comprehensive assessment of the Veterinary Compression Dressings market for the forecast 2021-2028, along with the market values ​​for the years 2018 and 2020. The survey report provides in-depth analysis of the impact of COVID -19 across many segments Within the Veterinary Compression …

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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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What pride month means to me

By Don Guardian In 1977, I dated someone for the first time. It was not my Boy Scout colleagues that I would have been immediately fired. It was not during confession that my very existence was out of step with the doctrine of the Church. It was certainly not my …

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Laboratory Computing Market to Grow Dramatically at 7.2%

New York, United States, June 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Laboratory Computing Market Overview According to a comprehensive research report from Market Research Future (MRFR), “Laboratory Computing Market insights by product, type, component, deployment model, end user and region – Forecast to 2027The market was valued at USD 2,422 million …

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Waco ISD encourages students to become vets

WACO, TX – It’s no shock that Texans love their animals and caring for these animals is a huge task, sometimes we need vets to help us get through these tough times. Waco ISD hosted a veterinary day during their summer enrichment program, a summer school to inspire children and …

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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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