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Summit Corporate Services and Mederi Therapeutics Finalize Multi-Year Outsourcing Agreement

2009-06-03 | Summit Corporate Services to provide customer service, order processing & fulfillment, product support, inventory management, distribution, invoicing, collections and logistical support for Mederi Therapeutics' Stretta and Secca product lines.


Gurnee Dentists Offer Velscope Advanced Oral Cancer Screening To Lake County, Illinois Patients. Oral Cancer Has Not Seen A Significant Reduction In Incidence Over The Last 30 Years.

2009-06-01 | Dr Ira L Shapira And Dr Mark J Amidei Have Recently Incorporated Velscope Oral Diagnosis Screening System Into Their Dental Practice. They Have Always Made Early Cancer Detection A Significant Part Of Their Practice For The Last 25 Years.


Accident Claims - Over GBP10,000 for Wrist Broken on Cruise

2009-05-29 | A woman who broke her wrist on the second day of a cruise holiday has won over GBP10,000 in compensation for her injury.


Obama Adds $70 Million To Budget For 9/11 Hero Health Programs

2009-05-28 | President Barack Obama has set aside $70 million for 9/11 health programs as part of his budget for 2010.


Healthcare Providers Demanding Greater Integration from Pharmacy Software Vendors

2009-05-26 | New KLAS pharmacy report explores the link between provider satisfaction and integration within the closed-loop medication process


Escalator Accidents in Arizona

2009-05-23 | Escalator accidents often cause many traumatizing injuries and can result in expensive medical bills and therapy. These accidents can seem very overwhelming to the individuals involved and are extremely complicated.


H1 N.......what?!!? America's Mexican "Influenza", a tale of two Pandemics, says Researcher Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD

2009-05-21 | We are told to wash or hands, to cover coughs and sneezes, to stay home if we feel sick. Yet to this point only a fraction of purported "flu" cases have been proven to be linked to Influenza, reminds previous Journal of Infectious Diseases lead investigator Lawrence Broxmeyer MD


Medical Marketing Has Never Been More Important Than Today - Recent Studies Show That Not Only Do You Need To Get Patients In The Door, But You Must Provide Them With A Customer Friendly Environment

2009-05-21 | Medical practices face many challenges, including how to effectively market their practice to new patients, existing patients and other physicians. The Practice Pros introduce the first complete self-study marketing toolkit for medical practices.


IBD Patient Launches iPhone Application to Help Doctors Treat Crohn's and Ulcerative Colitis

2009-05-19 | Developed by a Crohn's patient with help from GI specialists, GI Monitor, an iPhone App launched by WellApps, Inc., allows patients with (IBD) Crohn's and Ulcerative Colitis track their symptoms and deliver accurate data to their doctors.


George L. Oswald, RPAC, BS, MPA Honored by Cambridge Who's Who

2009-05-19 | George L. Oswald, RPAC, BS, MPA has been serving as first assistant to the surgeon in the operating suite for 30 years.


Sharod McKinney Excels as a Research Technician

2009-05-19 | Sharod McKinney types human papilloma virus variances from clinical samples for Albert Einstein College of Medicine.


Reduce Stress and Anxiety through a Mental Diet Overhaul

2009-05-18 | A person's mental diet is a key factor influencing mental health. Improving the mental diet can reduce stress and anxiety.


Child Lead Poisoning Dangers in Arizona

2009-05-14 | The dangers of lead poisoning can have potentially lethal effects to exposed individuals and remains a dominant health concern. Lead poisoning is the most common environmental disease of children. Causes, effects and symptoms of lead poisoning.


BabelFAmily Launches Multilingual Website in Support of Friedreich's Ataxia Initiatives Worldwide

2009-05-14 | BabelFAmily is pleased to announce the launch of a new website that currently supports 10 different languages, viewable and searchable at www.babelfamily.org.


Younger Parkinson's Patients Get Website and New Book

2009-05-10 | Parkinson's disease affects an estimated four million people worldwide, with as many as one million in the US alone.


Appoint IT LLC Selects Scio Consulting for SaaS Product Design and Development

2009-05-08 | Appoint IT has announced today they have selected Scio Consulting to design and develop Appoint IT, a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) appointment scheduling application for the healthcare and service industry.


APEC Harmonization Center For Life Sciences To Hold Inaugural Ceremony And Workshop

2009-05-07 | The APEC Harmonization Center (AHC), will be hosting its inauguration ceremony and a workshop on multi-regional clinical trials on the 15-18 of June at the Seoul Grand Hilton Hotel.


Marketing in Difficult Times: A Golden Opportunity with a Press Release Service

2009-05-07 | When the Going Gets Tough, the Smart Get Marketing!


US Swine Outbreak is an "Influenza"? Not so fast, says Lawrence Broxmeyer MD

2009-05-05 | Medical researcher/physician Lawrence Broxmeyer MD, lead investigator in a Journal of Infectious Diseases study, has a message for the officials and scientists of WHO and the CDC: There is more to flu-like illness than either "Influenza" or "H1N1".


New Technology Responds in Fight Against Swine Flu

2009-05-04 | Electrostatic spraying technology provides a superior tool in the fight against Swine Flu. "It's not just what you spray, but how you spray a disinfectant that matters most," says Bruce Whiting of Electrostatic Spraying Systems, Inc. (ESS).