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Baylor College of Medicine's Center for Space Medicine launches initiative in Commercial Space Transportation
Baylor College of Medicine News (press release)
Baylor College of Medicine is expanding its renowned research and education programs in the Center for Space Medicine to include cutting-edge aerospace medicine for commercial space missions. “We are thrilled about this new frontier and uncharted ...



Healthcare IT News

Precision medicine steps out of the lab and into the EHR
Healthcare IT News
Genomic therapy recommendations are becoming available for clinical decision support at the point of care. By Gus Venditto. December 14, 2017. 09:27 AM. Share. Precision medicine genomic therapy. Progress in genomic sequencing has led to some exciting ...



Telegraph.co.uk

Each new medicine costs £1.2bn to develop, up 70pc in just seven ...
Telegraph.co.uk
The cost of developing a cutting-edge medicine has jumped 70pc in just seven years to £1.

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AMCP Forum Discusses Strategies, Standards for Ushering in Era of Precision Medicine
PR Newswire (press release)
In practice, precision medicine requires tests and screenings that may not be routine. As such, data needed to evaluate or customize a therapy are not always easy to obtain. AMCP's Partnership Forum, "Managing Care in the Wave of Precision Medicine ...



The Straits Times

Over 1 in 3 diabetes patients not taking medicine regularly
The Straits Times
Patients are considered "adherent" if they took 80 per cent of the medicine supplied. In the following three years, researchers monitored the patients' health conditions. The study found that patients with poor adherence had a 0.4 increased level of ...

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CBC.ca

BC Centre on Substance Use wants to reframe image of addiction medicine
CBC.ca
The director of the B.C. Centre on Substance Use says efforts are underway to change the image of addiction medicine from an unattractive discipline to one that's rewarding because patients can dramatically improve their health with treatment. Dr. Evan ...

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Philly.com

Penn Medicine proton cancer therapy coming to South Jersey
Philly.com
Penn Medicine and Virtua plan to build a $35 million proton cancer therapy center on Virtua's campus in Voorhees, the two nonprofit health systems said Thursday. Penn already has a proton therapy center on its University City campus. Since it opened in ...
Penn, Virtua to open $35M proton therapy center in South JerseyPhiladelphia Business Journal

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ABC Online

PNG medicine shortage sees rise in dubious 'miracle potions' containing urine, herbs
ABC Online
Papua New Guineans are using potions made in backyards from questionable ingredients, including human urine, as the country faces a chronic shortage of conventional medicine. The herbal medicines are big business on the streets of PNG's cities and ...

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Nairobi News

Kenyan makes history with Masters degree in Nuclear Medicine (only four people have it)
Nairobi News
A 34 year-old Kenyan has made history after graduated with a master's degree in Nuclear Medicine making him one in only four people who have acquired the degree. John Gitau Wairimu, who is based in Birmingham, Alabama, and three other Americans become ...
Global First: Kenyan among first four students to graduate with master's in Nuclear MedicineThe Standard

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How Chinese Medicine Helped This Designer Survive New Motherhood and the Fourth Trimester
Vogue.com
The parade that is New York Fashion Week is a reliable opportunity for celebrity sightings. There are the starlets and music moguls in the front rows, along with social-savvy models and street-cast cameos on the runways. But at Creatures of Comfort's ...


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