Stanislav Matuska.

Six individuals did not complete the study and had been excluded from the analysis. We report the total results obtained during a maximum of a decade of follow-up for the remaining 106 patients, with a […]

A common complication of prostate surgery.

Treatments were administered subcutaneously 24 hours before the injury, 24 hours after and then once every week for five weeks. Nerve function was assessed using electrical stimulation of the nerve and recording intracavernous pressure, a […]

ASBMB honors UMMS professor with 2011 William C.

ASBMB honors UMMS professor with 2011 William C. Rose Award The American Society for Molecular and Biochemistry Biology has named Melissa J. Moore, a professor at the University of Massachusetts Medical College, the winner of […]

Gloria Ikilezi.

Participants received all their medical care in a scholarly study clinic that was open every day. Routine visits were scheduled every 4 weeks, and routine laboratory checks were performed every 12 weeks. Parents or guardians […]

President of Acsys Interactive.

Acsys Interactive’s recommendations to the FDA on social mass media in the healthcare industry At the invitation of the meals and Drug Administration, Stan Valencis, President of Acsys Interactive, recently presented a number of recommendations […]

17-year-old Pa.

Among episodes those diagnosed with KLS look like in perfect health without proof behavioral or physical dysfunction, notes the Foundation. Nonetheless they function daily with the frightful reality that they could become ill again at […]

With Yale University.

2010 John Dystel Prize for Multiple Sclerosis Research awarded to Yale University researcher The American Academy of Neurology is awarding the 2010 John Dystel Prize for Multiple Sclerosis Study to David A. Hafler, MD, with […]

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