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(Date:5/10/2015)... , May 11, 2015 Fingerprint Cards ... FPC1025 and FPC1155 from the distributor World Peace Industrial Group ... distributors in Asia . Deliveries are planned ... be used by smartphone manufacturers in China ... the communicated revenue guidance of + 1 000 MSEK for 2015. ...
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... gene into cells and enables that gene to maintain blood ... gene therapy for the disorder a step closer to reality, ... released online in the Proceedings of the National Academy of ... causes of death and disability in adults worldwide," said Dr. ...
... how plants "breathe" may help us breed and select plants ... Toronto study. , The paper, which offers the first example ... pores, appears in the July 12 issue of Current Biology. ... senior author Malcolm Campbell. "This is a gene that helps ...
... stopped in the region now known as Uganda's ... is a primate still in decline. The logging ... the ecological balance for these monkeys, leading to ... parasitic infections. , The researchers focused on three ...
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(Date:5/27/2015)... 2015 Western University of Health Sciences’ ... historic firsts -- and one profound last. , The ... marked the first time the university surpassed more than ... Graduate College of Biomedical Sciences (GCBS) alumnus graduated from ... , The university’s fifth and final ceremony of its ...
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Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:Non-Surgical Fat Reduction and Skin Tightening Procedures, Thermage and Exilis, Increase 200% at Precision Aesthetics in New York, April 2015 2Health News:WesternU Commencement Celebrates Achievements of Graduates and Founding President 2Health News:WesternU Commencement Celebrates Achievements of Graduates and Founding President 3Health News:WesternU Commencement Celebrates Achievements of Graduates and Founding President 4Health News:WesternU Commencement Celebrates Achievements of Graduates and Founding President 5Health News:Carson Energy Receives A+ Accredited Rating For 19 Consecutive Years 2Health News:SmartPractice Donates $25,000 to HonorHealth Breast Health and Research Center 2Health News:San Marcos Dentistry Office Offering a New Service Dental Case Planning 2
... a,statement from Henrietta H. Fore, USAID Administrator:, ... World AIDS,Day and the more than 33 million ... President,s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR),the U.S. ... the disease, as well as those dedicated individuals ...
... WHEATON, Ill., Nov. 30 The United States,Golf Association ... in Wheaton, Illinois, to support Marianjoy,s,Therapeutic Golf Program and ... with disabilities., "For over 10 years, the USGA ... persons with disabilities," said Ed Stevenson, a PGA Golf ...
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... with increasing demands, new technologies, subcommittee finds , , FRIDAY, ... a U.S. Food and Drug Administration subcommittee says the ... and drug supply. , The Subcommittee on Science and ... it says has not kept pace with increasing demands ...
... nano-scale voltmeter developed at the University of Michigan is ... It may someday help researchers tackle such tricky medical ... and how damaged nerves might be mended. , U-M ... a special session, "Creating Next Generation Nano Tools for ...
... slowed respiratory decline by almost a third, study found ... pain reliever and anti-inflammatory ibuprofen significantly slows the decline ... U.S. researchers report. , A team at Case Western ... children with cystic fibrosis who took high doses of ...
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