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Amid a growing climate of concern regarding the overuse of opioid pain medications, a comprehensive analysis of more than 1 million hospital admissions has found that over 50 percent of all nonsurgical patients were prescribed opioids during their
Pregabalin (Lyrica® Capsules CV) can significantly improve fibromyalgia pain in people who also are being treated for depression, according to research presented this week at the American College of Rheumatology Annual Meeting in San Diego.
Presents Updated Phase 1/2 Data on AP26113 in Patients with Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Investor Conference Call on Saturday, September 28 at 9:00 a.m...Crizotinib is the currently available first-generation ALK inhibitor...Phase 1/2 Study Design
Patients received the PHQ-9 and were asked if, within the past two weeks, they had little interest or pleasure in doing things, or if they were feeling down, depressed or hopeless...Within the study, a total of 75 patients (16 percent) screened
June 24, 2013 New Zealand women choosing to undergo an assisted reproductive technology (ART) programme may now have a more convenient and less stressful option. New Zealand this month, may replace seven daily injections of conventional treatment...
Racial disparities in health and healthcare are a persistent and troubling problem for the U.S. Despite substantial policy efforts to the contrary, racial and ethnic minorities, especially African-Americans, often receive a lower quality of care and
Median overall survival was 10.8 months in a patient population in which 73% of patients had received two or more prior therapies including docetaxel and abiraterone, enzalutamide, and/or cabazitaxel. Furthermore, a retrospective analysis of the
Ill. (March 19, 2013) Researchers at the Hennepin County Medical Center, the University of Minnesota, and the Minneapolis Medical Research Foundation (Minneapolis, Minnesota) report that the combined use of hyperbaric oxygen and normobaric hyperoxia
Embargo expired: 3/14/2013 5:00 PM EDT Source Newsroom: Efforts to reduce kidney care disparities should take these factors into account Highlights A study of kidney failure patients found that fewer patients in large-metro and rural counties
But just one patient was directly affected by the Feb. 2, 2012, screw-up, the Utah Radiation Control Board learned Tuesday. "The treating staff grabbed the wrong vial," said Craig Jones, manager of the state's Radioactive Materials and X-Ray Section,