Clinical Health

Satellite Healthcare – Industry leader in home dialysis

Dr. Graham Abra will focus on promoting patient outcomes through clinical expertise, innovation and collaboration SAN JOSE, California, October 07, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – Satellite Healthcare, a leading non-profit provider of renal dialysis and related patient services, today announced that it has appointed Dr. Graham Abra to the newly created …

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First WHO-approved malaria vaccine

The world has acquired a new weapon in the war against malaria, one of the oldest and deadliest known infectious diseases: the first vaccine that helps prevent disease. According to one estimate, it will save tens of thousands of children every year. Malaria kills around half a million people each …

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Half-year financial and activity report 2021

NFL Biosciences: 2021 Half-Year Financial and Business Report Admission to Euronext Growth Paris: € 5 million raised from institutional, historical and individual investors (July 2021) CESTO II Phase II / III clinical trial approved in Australia (May 2021) and France (September 2021) Reinforced clinical team NFL Bioscience patent issued in …

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Why heat waves are a growing risk for pregnant women: NPR

Living in the Central Valley of California, Keishell Brown and other expectant mothers are facing increasingly intense heat waves. Lauren Sommer / NPR hide caption toggle legend Lauren Sommer / NPR Living in the Central Valley of California, Keishell Brown and other expectant mothers are facing increasingly intense heat waves. …

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Integrating Research into Community Practice – Towards Greater Diversity in Clinical Trials

The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted health inequalities affecting racial and ethnic minorities and other underserved communities in the United States, highlighting, among other critical needs, the importance of increasing the diversity of participants in clinical tests. Clinical trials provide evidence for the safety and efficacy of medical products (or lack …

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