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Tests have not detected any sign of chronic wasting disease in more than 1,000 tissue samples taken from white-tailed deer bagged last year by hunters in Indiana. The Indiana Department of Natural Resources announced the results of the tests this
Otsuka will fund all development costs, estimated at A$2m, to complete the trial. Parkinson's and other neurological diseases, including hearing loss, through Diatranz Otsuka (DOL), the 50:50 joint venture formed between LCT and Otsuka. DOL, will
Muhammad Ali lost just once in his seven prizefights in Las Vegas over 19 years. Now, dozens of heavyweight celebrities are back in Sin City to laud a lifetime in the spotlight and join the icon known as "The Greatest" in fighting neurological
Sorting the patients' DNA sequences and comparing them to their histories, brain scans and other clinical data will help frame understanding of a disease that strikes tens of millions worldwide, including about 2 million people in the United States.
MS has, for the first time, been studied for the presence of risk factors in subjects who do not have a neurological disease...They are: infectious mononucleosis, irritable bowel syndrome and smoking. MS risk factors in subjects without known central
Pat Robertson has set off a furor by passing strong statements on his “700 Club” show regarding Alzheimer’s and divorce. The religious broadcaster is facing a storm of condemnation from other Christian leaders
Religious broadcaster Pat Robertson spoke of Alzheimer’s and divorce with his “700 Club” audience and the clip from Tuesday’s episode sparked a series of speculations around the blogosphere. During
An Arizona Game and Fish Department wildlife manager responded to the scene of an apparent skunk attack at Granite Basin Lake, near Prescott, but could not locate the animal. This, and two other incidents, is believed to have involved the same skunk.
Newswise Research from the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine provides new clues for the compulsive behavior and cognitive defects associated with a rare childhood neurological disease called Lesch-Nyhan Disease (LND). Two
This decision follows the recent announcement by the European Commission, according to which the commission will earmark more than 100m for research and innovation on rare diseases in 2011 as part of the 7th Framework Programme for research. Experts