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Rise in NHS trusts in financial difficulties Health correspondent, BBC News Nineteen NHS trusts have been referred to ministers after auditors raised concerns about their financial health. The Audit Commission made the move after reviewing the health
Internal Medicine, July-2014 Newswise New Brunswick, N.J., July 14, 2014 Research from investigators at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey shows a popular prostate cancer treatment that disables male hormones known to promote growth of prostate
A revelation that a university hospital in Tokyo has been habitually administering a powerful sedative banned for use on children placed on ventilators has raised safety questions on the reportedly widespread practice of off-label use of drugs.
DiPaola, MD, director of Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey has been selected to receive the Melvyn H. Motolinsky Research Foundation Distinguished Service Award in recognition of his accomplishments and leadership in the field of oncology. Dr.
It is the third consecutive year that the non-profit entity has given this award to the program. The one-year fellowship provides surgeons who have completed their general surgery residency with advanced training and experience that prepares them to
Ras has long been considered to be a target that does not respond to cancer treating drugs, but recent research suggests new possibilities. Investigators at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey have demonstrated that targeting a metabolic
One of Indiana's major health care providers has announced plans to merge two downtown Indianapolis hospitals. Indiana University Health plans to merge the services of University Hospital and Methodist Hospital in a single building, The Indianapolis
June 12, 2014 University Hospitals plans to invest $28 million in a new outpatient health center and freestanding emergency department in Broadview Heights. The planned 52,000-square-foot health center will sit on more than six acres visible from
Private contractors have pocketed hundreds of millions of pounds of profits in the past four years by exploiting deals that were controversially awarded to them by the last Labour government. Companies that were awarded contracts to build and
The movie seeks to remove blame from the individual who is obese and overweight," says Lisa Cimperman, RD, clinical dietitian at University Hospitals Case Medical Center about "Fed Up," a documentary on the obesity epidemic currently in theaters. "