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July 2013 Onwards
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New Blood Test for The Earlier Diagnosis of Breast Cancer Spread
Researchers at University of Westminster have confirmed that a new blood test can detect if breast cancer has spread to other parts of the body.
Genetic Approach May Lead to New Treatments for Digestive Diseases
Researchers at UMass Medical School have identified a new molecular pathway critical for maintaining the smooth muscle tone that allows the passage of materials through the digestive system.
Biomarkers for Profiling Prostate Cancer Patients
Exiqon A/S has announced the publication of validation of prognostic microRNA biomarkers for the aggressiveness of prostate cancer in independent cohorts.
World-First Blood Test For Parkinson's
La Trobe University researchers have developed a world-first diagnostic blood test which could change the lives of people with Parkinson's disease.
Parsortix Demonstrates Benefits Over Marker-Based Systems
Research published online in the International Journal of Cancer, shows the ParsortixTM System efficiently captures and harvests intact, viable circulating tumour cells (CTCs), including EpCAM-negative CTCs, to allow for broader downstream CTC analysis.
Hepatitis C Virus Testing Guidelines Miss Too Many Cases
Urban emergency departments a good place to enact universal screening for adults.
NIH Sequences Genome of a Fungus
Researchers at the Institute have sequenced genome of human, mouse and rat Pneumocystis that cause life-threatening Pneumonia in immunosuppressed hosts.
Antibiotic Resistance Mechanism Continues to Spread
A recently discovered genetic mechanism allowing bacteria to develop and transfer resistance to colistin, one of the last-resort antibiotics, has been present in many countries across the world for more than a decade, according to late-breaking data presented at ECCMID.
Promising New Method Inhibits TB-Causing Bacteria
Researchers at UQ and UC San Francisco have found a new way to inhibit the growth of the bacterium that causes tuberculosis.
Liquid Biopsy for NSCLC
'Liquid biopsy' blood test accurately detects key genetic mutations in most common form of lung cancer, study finds.
01 Jul 2013 - 05 Jul 2013
Newcastle University, UK
5-day Anthias Complete GC & GC-MS Training Course
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08 Jul 2013 - 08 Jul 2013
London, UK
Future CNS Clinical Development Driven by Innovation, Superiority and Market Access Evaluation: The Payer Centric Approach
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9th Public Relations & Communications Summit
16 Jul 2013 - 17 Jul 2013
Boston, MA, USA
9th Public Relations & Communications Summit
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Overcoming the Regulatory Hurdles of Mobile Health Devices
24 Jul 2013 - 24 Jul 2013
ON-LINE
Overcoming the Regulatory Hurdles of Mobile Health Devices
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4th Annual Diagnostic Quality Assurance Conference
29 Jul 2013 - 30 Jul 2013
Alexandria, VA, USA
4th Annual Diagnostic Quality Assurance Conference
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05 Aug 2013 - 09 Aug 2013
Stockton, CA (near San Francisco, CA)
Mass Spectrometry Principles and Practice
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4th World Congress on Diabetes & Metabolism
14 Aug 2013 - 16 Aug 2013
Chicago-North Shore, IL, USA
4th World Congress on Diabetes & Metabolism
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Understanding Legal and Regulatory Developments in Off-label Promotion
14 Aug 2013 - 14 Aug 2013
WEBINAR
Understanding Legal and Regulatory Developments in Off-label Promotion
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CHI
20 Aug 2013 - 22 Aug 2013
Washington, DC, USA
CHI's Next Generation Dx Summit
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