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Robert J. Roland, DO, FACOI Recognized for Excellence in Medicine
Robert J. Roland, DO, FACOI Recognized for Excellence in Medicine
2015-01-22 | Dr. Roland specializes in infectious diseases, wound care, and hyperbaric medicine
New Hope For Herpes Cure; How To Control HSV Naturally
New Hope For Herpes Cure; How To Control HSV Naturally
2014-12-25 | "Herpes Cure HQ" shares information about oral and genital herpes and discusses how to prevent future herpes outbreaks.
Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center Hires New Chief Operating Officer
Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center Hires New Chief Operating Officer
2014-12-18 | A 20-year veteran of behavioral health and social service sectors, Lou Kassa will direct daily operations at the Biotech Center, the Hepatitis B Foundation, and the Baruch S. Blumberg Institute
Microgravity Helping Us Understand Immune System's Tiny Warriors
Microgravity Helping Us Understand Immune System's Tiny Warriors
2014-12-09 | InSPACE experiments in space help to understand the fundamental science around directed self-assembly. Researchers hope to better define new methods of manufacturing materials composed of small colloidal or nano-particle building blocks.
UltraTape Announces Latex-Free, Lead-Free Autoclave Sterilization Indicator Tape
UltraTape Announces Latex-Free, Lead-Free Autoclave Sterilization Indicator Tape
2014-12-04 | UltraTape Industries, a division of Delphon and leading manufacturer of cleanroom tape and label products, announced today its new latex-Free, lead-Free autoclave sterilization indicator tape.
A Major Step Forward in Fight Against Chikungunya Fever: Themis Bioscience's Vaccine Against Chikungunya Successful in Phase 1
A Major Step Forward in Fight Against Chikungunya Fever: Themis Bioscience's Vaccine Against Chikungunya Successful in Phase 1
2014-11-22 | Results presented at international conferences in Philadelphia and New Orleans.
Dr. Kathleen M. Mullane Noted for Her Work in Health Care
Dr. Kathleen M. Mullane Noted for Her Work in Health Care
2014-11-19 | Kathleen M. Mullane, DO, Pharm.D. FIDSA, specializes in transplantation related infectious diseases.
Oxfam Launches Ebola Appeal to Stop Disease's Deadly Advance
Oxfam Launches Ebola Appeal to Stop Disease's Deadly Advance
2014-10-31 | Oxfam Australia has launched an appeal to raise funds to help stop the spread of the deadly Ebola virus inWest Africa, warning the outbreak will not be contained unless more is done to prevent new infections.
Killing The Deadly Enterovirus On Surfaces: ProKure Safely Kills Dangerous Pathogens in Seconds
Killing The Deadly Enterovirus On Surfaces: ProKure Safely Kills Dangerous Pathogens in Seconds
2014-10-29 | Reducing the threat of infectious diseases in schools, ProKure V is a powerful disinfectant recommended by the CDC, to use on viruses such as common cold and flu, and even EV-D68 and Ebola.
EV-68, Ebola, STAPH Outbreaks Causing Increased Concern Among Parents - New Technology Can Help
EV-68, Ebola, STAPH Outbreaks Causing Increased Concern Among Parents - New Technology Can Help
2014-10-16 | GermLogic Provides schools and medical facilities with a New Defense for eliminating microbes, including STAPH & EV-68; with a new high-intensity UV Light technology to sanitize risk-prone areas.
Ebola Alert! App Now Available on Google Play
Ebola Alert! App Now Available on Google Play
2014-10-16 | Get Up to Date Information on Ebola With Your Smart Phone
KELEA Activated Water as Potential Ebola Therapy
KELEA Activated Water as Potential Ebola Therapy
2014-10-13 | Energy Based Medicine May Help in the Fight Against Ebola
Can Cannabinoids in Cannabis Paste Fight Off Ebola?
Can Cannabinoids in Cannabis Paste Fight Off Ebola?
2014-10-03 | Ebola kills you by the cytokine storm. Cannabis is the #1 natural cytokine stabilizer.
Lisa Elliott Honored for Excelllence in Biotechnology
Lisa Elliott Honored for Excelllence in Biotechnology
2014-10-03 | Dr. Elliott is a guest speaker at conventions for her expertise in bacteriophage.
Aquagenx is Sponsor of 2014 Water and Health Conference Attended by Global Leaders in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
Aquagenx is Sponsor of 2014 Water and Health Conference Attended by Global Leaders in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
2014-09-24 | Aquagenx will be exhibiting its Compartment Bag Test (CBT), a leading method for water quality monitoring that helps to ensure clean drinking water and improved public health throughout the world.
Everything in Moderation: Micro-8 to Study Regulating Pathogens in Space
Everything in Moderation: Micro-8 to Study Regulating Pathogens in Space
2014-09-19 | Scientists want to address controlling outbreaks of Candida albicans, an opportunistic yeast pathogen, with the next round of cellular growth experiments on the International Space Station -- Micro-8.
The Team at Achieve Clinical Research is Enrolling Qualified Individuals to Participate in a Pneumonia Vaccine Clinical Trial in Birmingham, Alabama
The Team at Achieve Clinical Research is Enrolling Qualified Individuals to Participate in a Pneumonia Vaccine Clinical Trial in Birmingham, Alabama
2014-09-19 | Achieve Clinical Research is looking for adults who have never have not been vaccinated for pneumonia within the last year to take part in this new clinical study. Applicants should be at least 18 years old in order to qualify for a clinical trial.
Aerobiology Laboratory Associates, Inc. Appoints Mandy Palm as Senior Account Manager for the Western Region
Aerobiology Laboratory Associates, Inc. Appoints Mandy Palm as Senior Account Manager for the Western Region
2014-08-27 | Supporting clients in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington.
Virginia Sanchez, RN: "Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Advocate"
Virginia Sanchez, RN: "Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Advocate"
2014-08-23 | A Nursing Educator that serves as a Catalyst for Change
Fruit Fly Immunity Fails with Fungus After (Space) Flight
Fruit Fly Immunity Fails with Fungus After (Space) Flight
2014-07-04 | A study led by Deborah Kimbrell, Ph.D., at the University of California, Davis and her collaborators, suggests that normal gravity or hypergravity on the space station may help mitigate some of the biological problems in organisms living in space.