Health care is centered around human relationships, which is why it is so important the voices of the people the system is designed to help—patients and their families—are heard by those defining and measuring care.
Halozyme Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ:HALO) and non-profit researchers are admittedly finding worthy ideas, but PharmaCyte Biotech Inc. (OTCMKTS:PMCB) is much closer, and in a much better position, to monetize its R&D.
University of Georgia professor Peter Smagorinsky takes on the testing industry and the inaugural run of Georgia's latest remake of its state exams, the Georgia Milestones. The Milestones came under heavy criticism this year for serious technology glitches that led the manufacturer to compensate the state.
Smagorinsky hits upon the main problem with the new tests in Georgia -- the lack of time to pilot the tests before rolling them out...
First Peoples: Australia premieres July 8 at 10/9c on PBS. Learn how Homo sapiens, newly arrived in Australia — where they were truly alone for the first time, surrounded by wildly different flora and fauna — survived and populated a continent.
Today, July 1, marks the 1o-year anniversary of the death of Luther Vandross, who passed away in 2005 after suffering a heart attack. An unparalleled singer, songwriter, and producer, Vandross released 13 albums, recorded hundreds of songs, and won eight Grammy Awards in his lifetime. He was the rare artist who had it all: the voice, the stage presence, and countless hits. But whether you were Team Big Luther or Team Slim-Down Luther, we must all agree that no other song better captures the glor
When remembering something from our past, we often vividly re-experience the whole episode in which it occurred. New UCL research funded by the Medical Research Council and Wellcome Trust has now revealed how this might happen in the brain.
New compound shrinks pancreatic cancer tumours, according to new study - Scientists have designed a new chemical compound that has reduced the growth of pancreatic cancer tumours by 80% in treated mice.
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