Monthly Archives: September 2014

CAP in Diabetes Education in Collaboration with Maharashtra University for the First Time in India

Press Release Merck Serono kicks off its Capacity Advancement Program in partnership with Directorate of Medical Education& Research and Maharashtra University of Health Sciences. Maharashtra government to Undergraduates medical education policies and Syllabus to focus on Diabetes with the support of Merck Serono. In the month of World Heart Day,… 

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Here is $100,000 – How Much of Your Company do I get?

It is a valid question. Your medical innovation is going to require money in order to advance from development to commercial launch. Whether your total capital needs are $3 million or $30 million, the needed money can trickle in via smaller increments or in tranches of millions of dollars—depending on… 

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Visceral Leishmaniasis and HIV Co-infection in Bihar, India

One third of all HIV patients worldwide live in regions where leishmaniasis is endemic [1]. Visceral leishmaniasis (VL) caused by the parasite L. donovani is endemic to Bihar, a populous state of 110 million people in East India, which carries an estimated 40% of the world’s VL burden.

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Bloodless Heart Surgery with Safety and Innovative Devices

Complex Interventional Cardiology procedure is performed skillfully by his team in state-of-the-art Cath-Labs with high-tech cardio devices and latest Stent technology. Dr. Merchant’s vision is to Save Human Hearts and hence, human lives by treating them non–surgically.

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Genetically Modified Immune Cells Attack Leukemia in Adults and Children [video]

Clinical trial results of investigational therapy show long-lasting remissions in patients whose cancers don’t respond to other therapies.

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HIV and Malaria: Potential Insights into HIV Immune Modulation during Co-Infections [video]

The HU CFAR Annual Symposium was held at the Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard and featured international and local experts in the field of HIV/TB research.

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Link Between Vitamin D and Dementia Risk Confirmed

Vitamin D deficiency has been known to be associated with the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia in elderly people, but until very recently, it was not known to what extent this correlation existed. In the most comprehensive study of its kind, led by Dr. David… 

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