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Monthly Archives: October 2009
Middlesex Borough to participate in first statewide medicine disposal day in the nation (The Somerset Reporter)
MIDDLESEX — Middlesex Borough will be hosting an Operation Medicine Cabinet New Jersey local collection site as part of the first statewide medicine disposal day in the nation. The event will take place at Middlesex Borough Hall, 1200 Mountain Ave., … Continue reading
Approximately 1.100 participants from 37 countries attended the World Conference on Regenerative Medicine that took place on October 29 – 31, 2009 in Leipzig. In over 240 lectures leading international researchers exchanged new findings and developments in the field of … Continue reading
DUBLIN, October 30, 2009 (AFP) – An elderly Irish Roman Catholic priest abducted in the southern Philippines almost three weeks ago is still alive and has received the medicine he needs, the Sinn Fein party said on Friday.
London Genetics Limited, an expert in the use of pharmacogenetics in clinical drug discovery and development, has entered an intensive partnering programme following on from its successful pharmacogenetic conference in September.
Ruth Kelly the former Cabinet minister is leading a bid to overturn secret rule changes for embryo and egg storage which could see infertile women give birth to their own siblings.
Victim’s lobbying for DNA database expansion helps convict rapist Richard Thomas in ’96, ’04 rapes (New York Daily News)
Richard Thomas was convicted yesterday in the 1996 rape of a woman whose lobbying for the expansion of a DNA database for convicted felons helped cops nab her attacker.
DNA samples often convict criminals. But many of today’s forensic tests are so polluted by soil, tobacco and food remains, for example, that they can not be used. Now researchers in Sweden have improved a critical part of the analysis … Continue reading
Police forces in East Anglia have continued to add thousands of innocent people to DNA databases, despite a European ruling aimed at preventing the controversial practice.
Women And Cardiovascular Health Conference To Highlight Need For Gender Specific Research (Medical News Today)
The ‘Red Alert for Women’s Hearts’ conference, taking place on 5 November 2009, at the European Heart House, Sophia Antipolis, France, will address the subject of Women and CVD. The conference is jointly organised by the European Society of Cardiology … Continue reading
With the rapidly increasing problem of cardiovascular (CVD) disease in Asia Pacific (AP), there is an urgency to raise awareness of risk factors. The European Society of Cardiology (ESC) is addressing the need to develop and adopt an integrated approach … Continue reading
Family, friends and colleagues have found new purpose after the sudden death of a young marathoner and academic star during the 2009 Baltimore Marathon.
Mildred Cohn dies at 96; chemist applied physics to problems of biology, earned National Medal of Science (Los Angeles Times)
The scientist overcame religious and gender prejudice to make significant contributions to research, working with four Nobel laureates through her career. Mildred Cohn, a chemist who overcame both religious and sexual prejudice to make major contributions in applying physics to … Continue reading
NORTH EAST — Mercyhurst College opened a new anatomy and forensics laboratory, including the college’s first cadaver lab, on Friday. Guests toured the $1.2 million Hirtzel Human Anatomy and Forensic Anthropology Laboratory on Route 89 in North East on Friday … Continue reading
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – A new non-profit has formed in Europe that, similar to the Personalized Medicine Coalition in the US, will focus on promoting and harmonizing personalized medicine and implementing “high value” diagnostics across the continent.
A Volusia County man has been arrested, accused of practicing medicine without a license and neglecting an elderly person.
Hoboken University Medical Center opened an expanded Center for Maternal Fetal Medicine in a ribbon cutting ceremony yesterday afternoon.
China Medicine Corporation, a developer and leading distributor of prescription and over-the-counter pharmaceuticals, traditional Chinese medicines (“TCM”), nutritional and dietary supplements, and medical devices and medical formulations, today announced that through its wholly-owned subsidiary in China, Konzern Pharmaceuticals, it has … Continue reading
Operation Medicine Cabinet, where people can safely dispose of unused, unwanted and expired prescription and over-the-counter medicine, will be held throughout New Jersey from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 14.
The Cedar Grove Police Department will host an Operation Medicine Cabinet New Jersey local collection site as part of the first statewide medicine disposal day in the nation.
PCU College of Holistic Medicine holds Open House in Burnaby (PRWeb Oct 30, 2009) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/PCUCollege/OpenHouse/prweb3135954.htm