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Inside the rainforest's medicine cabinet
How can isolated and vulnerable rural communities prepare for catastrophic natural events and become more resilient in the face of climate change? This episode of Aid Zone takes us to Bolivia, where an EU-funded project is helping traditional healers ...


Explore DC: National Museum of Health and Medicine
The concrete floor of Trauma Bay II from the U.S. Air Force Balad Theater Hospital's Emergency Department is displayed at the National Museum of Health and Medicine in Silver Spring, Md., July 6. The Trauma Bay was operational during Operation Iraqi ...

Washington Examiner

Medicine's shameful silence on silencers
Washington Examiner
As an ear specialist, I was consulted by innumerable people for noise-induced hearing loss — the kind caused by loud music, industrial machinery, and firearms. But I could offer no surgery or medicine. My best solution for them, to their frustration ...

Financial Times

Medicine relies on pursuit of the impossible
Financial Times
The UK's judicial system is in the position, then, of being begged by patients and their families to grant the right to live and the right to die. If we imagine a Venn diagram created by the intersecting circles of medicine, the law and personal ...
The Charlie Gard story reveals what we won't accept about
Charlie Gard is given legal permanent residence in US by Congress so 'he can fly to the States for world class ...Daily Mail

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Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Blood test IDs key Alzheimer's marker
Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
A study led by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis suggests that measures of amyloid beta in the blood have the potential to help identify people with altered levels of amyloid beta in their brains or cerebrospinal ...

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SHIVA Trial: France's Big Shot at Precision Medicine for Cancer (blog)
SHIVA01 and SHIVA02 are large-scale trials run in France to evaluate the efficacy of precision medicine that have created ripples in the oncology field. Although molecular alterations are shared among different types of cancer, drug development today ...

Medicine Hat News

Blast and fire destroy one home, damage two others in Medicine Hat
National Post
MEDICINE HAT, Alta. — One home was destroyed and two others suffered extensive damage following an explosion and fire in Medicine Hat, Alta. Calls of an explosion came in Wednesday morning, with a fire following soon after. All active and off-duty ...
Explosion and fire damages homes in Medicine HatCTV News
House-shaking explosion heard before three-house fire in Crescent HeightsMedicine Hat News

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UR Medicine partners receive $21.8M in state grants
Rochester Business Journal
Four partners of UR Medicine—including Strong Memorial Hospital—will receive a total of $21.8 million in state grants, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday. The grants are part of the Statewide Health Care Facility Transformation Program that aims ...

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Healthcare IT News

Intermountain, Stanford University see promise for precision medicine in cancer cases
Healthcare IT News
In addition to treating patients, they conduct research aimed at improving cancer care and precision medicine. Their recent research has been published in two national peer-reviewed journals in collaboration with Intermountain Healthcare doctors and ...

The Atlantic

A Search for the Flavor of a Beloved Childhood Medicine
The Atlantic
Taste is a factor in children's medicine in a way that it's just not for adults, who are prescribed pills for most things. And children often need the extra enticement of a familiar flavor to be coaxed into taking their medicine. But flavor used to be ...

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