Your browser does not support JavaScript or it may be disabled!
 India As It Happens
Rediff Labs will showcase innovative products that rediff is working on behind the scenes.
News   |   Images
Get Realtime News
on your webpage

About 31 results for "harvard bone marrow initiative"

Metastatic Differentiated Thyroid Cancer: How I-131 Suppresses...

SAN DIEGO—Treatment of thyroid cancer with radioactive iodine-131 causes a decrease of key blood cells, necessitating holding off on re-treatment with the isotope for at least a year, researchers reported here at ENDO 2015, the 97th Annual Meeting ... Oncology Times, 2 weeks ago

ROCKWELL MEDICAL INC : LifeSci Capital Initiates Coverage of Rockwell Medical, Inc.

Preparing to Launch Triferic, the Only FDA Approved Treatment to Deliver Iron and Maintain Hemoglobin in Hemodialysis Patients; Report Available here: NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / July 22, 2015 / ...
 4 Traders1 week ago LifeSci Capital Initiates Coverage of Rockwell Medical, Inc.  Pharmacy Choice1 week ago

Alfred Goldberg, PhD, and Paul Richardson, MD, to Present 2015 American Society of Hematology Ernest Beutler Lecture

(WASHINGTON, July 23, 2015) The American Society of Hematology (ASH) will honor Alfred Goldberg, MD, of Harvard Medical School and Paul Richardson, MD, of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, with the 2015 Ernest Beutler Lecture and ...
 American Society of Hematology6 days ago Barbara Furie, PhD, and Bruce Furie, MD, to Present 2015 American Society of Hematology E. Donnall Thomas Lecture  American Society of Hematology6 days ago The American Society of Hematology Honors Nancy Speck, PhD, and Karl Welte, MD, with 2015 Henry M. Stratton Medal  American Society of Hematology6 days ago
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Fred Hutch names Matthew Trunnell as its vice president and chief information officer

Trunnell recruited from Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard Matthew Trunnell named vice president and chief information officer at Fred Hutch Bo Jungmayer / Fred Hutch News Services SEATTLE June 16, 2015 Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research ...
 Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center1 month ago Fred Hutch researcher gets $4.1 million from DoD to study metastatic breast cancer  EurekAlert!1 month ago
Drug Discovery World

A systemic malady: the pervasive problem of misconduct in the biomedical sciences part I: issues and causes. Spring 15

Science pursues truth. Real advances in biomedical sciences improve our quality of life and save lives, but the path to these advances is cluttered with the distraction of irreproducible results an affliction that has reached epidemic proportions ...
 Drug Discovery World2 days ago

The need for treatment interruption studies and biomarker identification in the search for an HIV cure - Opinion

Download the PDF here AIDS July 31 2015 Li, Jonathan Z.a; Smith, Davey M.b; Mellors, John W.c aBrigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MassachusettsbUniversity of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CaliforniacUniversity of ...
 National AIDS Treatment Advocacy Project1 week ago

PARP Inhibition Shown to Produce Responses in Prostate, Ovarian, and Breast Cancers (Online First)

By Robert H. Carlson Philadelphia --Two trials reported at the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting featured increasingly promising results for olaparib, a drug that inhibits poly ADP-ribose polymerase (PARP). Both trials ...
 Oncology Times2 weeks ago

POINT-COUNTERPOINT: What is the Best Frontline Therapy for Younger CLL Patients? (Online First)

BY MARK L. FUERST NEW YORK -- More patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) are being diagnosed at earlier ages with early-stage disease before developing symptoms after being incidentally found to have lymphocytosis. At the Great ...
 Oncology Times2 weeks ago

News Archive thru 2008

Major Romanian newspaper honors Jacobs Alumna Aurora Simionescu as 'The Person of the Year' Dec 19, 2008 The Romanian daily newspaper Cotidianul together with the local Romanian television station Realitatea TV gave a special award, The Person of ...
 Jacobs University.de3 weeks ago

Did our early ancestors start cooking to make carrion safe to eat?

Fire would have provided our early humans, like the Neanderthals shown in the artists rendition above, warmth but also allowed them to cook their food. Early humans may have first started cooking their food to make carrion safer for them to eat, ...
 Sott.net3 weeks ago
Prev | Next
Personalize your Realtimeclose [x]
Add content to your personalized tab - My News
Add upto 6 topics of your interest:
for eg.2g Scam , World
Personalize the tabs display. ( You can add or remove the tabs )
AlertsGet updates on latest news & your favourite topics right in your inbox.Set an Alert|Manage your Alerts


Realtime News

on your Webpage

Add Widget >Get your members hooked!
Related Queries - harvard bone marrow initiative
Get updated on latest news & your favorite topics right in your inbox!
More     Less