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Cape Town :: South Africa | 5 months ago

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The instrument would eliminate the need for expensive equipment and highly trained staff, resources that are not available in many areas where the HIV epidemic is most severe. HIV kills by destroying a particular type of disease-fighting white blood

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Vancouver :: Canada | 5 months ago

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Three-year-old Grady (G-man) Killam waves his hands above his head as he sprints into the playroom with a mischievous grin. For the first time in over a month, the leukemia patient's white blood cell count and, therefore, immunity level is high

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Stockholm :: Sweden | 6 months ago

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October 9, 2013 that the American Red Cross, the world's largest blood bank organization, has signed a five-year agreement on instruments and consumables for hemoglobin testing of blood donors. HemoCue has served ARC with lab accurate tests for pre-

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San Diego :: CA :: USA | 9 months ago

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The Sports Network Blood tests taken earlier this week from Clubhouse Ride came back with poor results. Saturday morning, trainer Craig Lewis noted poor cell counts for the 5-year- old co-owned by Six-S Racing Stable and Nikolas Petralia, The

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Falls Church :: VA :: USA | 9 months ago

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Unfortunately, when it comes to informing patients with a new diagnosis of pulmonary fibrosis what to expect, things are anything but simple. For years, pulmonologists have dreaded the moment when we inform patients of a diagnosis of pulmonary

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Tamuning :: Guam | over 1 year ago

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Written by Arvin Temkar Pacific Daily News Filed Under Guam Memorial Hospital is expecting a shortage of material to perform blood count tests. The hospital lab may not be able to perform in-house tests for at least one to three days, according to a

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Baltimore :: MD :: USA | over 1 year ago

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Thanks to the Web and smartphones, we're used to receiving the data we need in the snap of a finger. In the real world, that means you can be driving through a remote stretch of highway and find out who won the 1960 Olympic gold medal in fencing

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Providence :: RI :: USA | almost 2 years ago

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A stunning story about the death of a young man from sepsis (blood poisoning by infection), missed in an ED, appeared in the New York Times: An Infection, Unnoticed, Turns Unstoppable New York Times Published: July 11, 2012 For a moment, an emergency

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Rotterdam :: Netherlands | almost 2 years ago

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Severe sleep deprivation affects the body's immune system the same way physical stress does, researchers in the Netherlands and Britain found. Lead author Katrin Ackermann, a post-doctoral researcher at the Eramus MC University Medical Center in

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Nashua :: NH :: USA | almost 2 years ago

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A 78-year-old woman has a 3-month history of increasing fatigue. She has no other medical problems and does not take any medications. On physical examination, temperature is normal, blood pressure is 130/80 mm Hg, pulse rate is 72/min, and

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