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BioLight Life Sciences announces first IOPtiMate™ system sale in Hungary

BioLight Life Sciences announces first IOPtiMate™ system sale in Hungary

BioLight Life Sciences Investments Ltd., a firm that invests in, manages and commercializes biomedical innovations in ophthalmology and cancer diagnostics, today announced the first sale of the IOPtiMate™ system to a medical center located in Hungary. [More]
Vermillion, Kaiser Permanente partner to enhance diagnosis, treatment of ovarian cancer

Vermillion, Kaiser Permanente partner to enhance diagnosis, treatment of ovarian cancer

Vermillion, Inc., a bio-analytical solutions company focused on gynecologic disease, today announced the initiation of a strategic partnership with Kaiser Permanente's Southern California Permanente Medical Group in order to enhance the diagnosis and treatment of ovarian cancer. [More]
Veracyte, GE parnter to develop new solutions to improve disease diagnosis

Veracyte, GE parnter to develop new solutions to improve disease diagnosis

Veracyte, Inc., a molecular diagnostic company pioneering the field of molecular cytology, and GE today announced a research collaboration to develop new solutions that can improve disease diagnosis. [More]
LABORIE completes acquisition of Medical Measurement Systems

LABORIE completes acquisition of Medical Measurement Systems

LABORIE Medical Technologies has completed its acquisition of Medical Measurement Systems. MMS is headquartered in Enschede, The Netherlands, with a German subsidiary in Bottrop and US operations in Dover, New Hampshire. [More]
New data support use of Exalenz Bioscience's BreathID test for diagnosing H. pylori infection

New data support use of Exalenz Bioscience's BreathID test for diagnosing H. pylori infection

Exalenz Bioscience, a leader in developing and marketing non-invasive medical devices for diagnosing and monitoring a range of gastrointestinal and liver diseases, today announced new published data supporting the use of the Company's point-of-care BreathID urea breath test for diagnosing Helicobacter pylori infection (H. pylori) in the emergency department (ED) setting. [More]
Inova Diagnostics gains FDA de novo clearance for NOVA View automated digital IFA microscope

Inova Diagnostics gains FDA de novo clearance for NOVA View automated digital IFA microscope

Inova Diagnostics, the worldwide leader in autoimmune diagnostic reagents and systems for the clinical laboratory, announced today that the United States Food and Drug Administration has cleared NOVA View, an automated digital IFA (indirect fluorescent assay) microscope, through the de novo classification process. [More]
BaseHealth Enterprise launches "genomics inside" any platform or program, take a look?

BaseHealth Enterprise launches "genomics inside" any platform or program, take a look?

BaseHealth, a platform enabler that adds genomic precision to modern health and wellbeing offerings, today announced its new integrated enterprise offering for health organizations... [More]
VolitionRx adds three new laboratory automation systems to expedite sample analysis for its large ongoing clinical trials

VolitionRx adds three new laboratory automation systems to expedite sample analysis for its large ongoing clinical trials

Using its first installed robot, VolitionRx has recently completed the analysis of a first NuQ® assay on the complete set of 4,800 blood samples for its large retrospective, symptomatic population colorectal cancer study in collaboration with Hvidovre Hospital, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. [More]
NIAID funds nine research projects to advance rapid diagnostics tests for drug-resistant bacteria

NIAID funds nine research projects to advance rapid diagnostics tests for drug-resistant bacteria

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health, has awarded more than $11 million in first-year funding for nine research projects supporting enhanced diagnostics to rapidly detect antimicrobial-resistant bacteria. [More]
Special concession on PTI training courses for new and growing life science organisations

Special concession on PTI training courses for new and growing life science organisations

Following its recent introduction of innovative game-based e-learning modules, Pharmaceutical Training International (PTI) is providing the opportunity to make substantial savings on its full range of training courses to start-ups and SMEs (with fewer than 50 employees), as well as non-profit organisations and government bodies... [More]
New, cross-sector collaboration aims to discover clinical biomarker for pancreatic cancer

New, cross-sector collaboration aims to discover clinical biomarker for pancreatic cancer

The search to discover and validate the first-ever clinical biomarker to diagnose and treat pancreatic cancer is at the foundation of a new, cross-sector collaboration. Berg, a biopharmaceutical company committed to uncovering health solutions through a data-driven, biological research approach; the Cancer Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, a Harvard Medical School teaching hospital, and the Pancreatic Cancer Research Team managed by Cancer Research And Biostatistics announced today they will work together to eradicate the disease. [More]
MammaPrint 70-gene breast cancer recurrence assay recommended in Germany’s AGO Guidelines

MammaPrint 70-gene breast cancer recurrence assay recommended in Germany’s AGO Guidelines

Agendia, a leading molecular diagnostics company that develops and markets genomic diagnostic products, announced at the St. Gallen International Breast Cancer Conference that new guidelines of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft Gynäkologische Onkologie (AGO) recommend the MammaPrint® 70-gene breast cancer recurrence assay in Germany’s 2015 guidelines for early-stage invasive breast cancer. [More]
Study suggests that pancreatic cancers harbor genetic alterations

Study suggests that pancreatic cancers harbor genetic alterations

A genetic analysis led by UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers suggests that most pancreatic cancers harbor genetic alterations that could be targeted by existing drugs, using their genetic features as a roadmap for treatment. The findings support a precision approach to treating pancreatic cancer, the fourth most deadly cancer for both men and women. [More]
Plymouth researchers receive grant to develop effective therapy for Huntington's disease

Plymouth researchers receive grant to develop effective therapy for Huntington's disease

Huntington's disease is an hereditary disorder of the nervous system caused by a faulty gene on chromosome four. The faulty gene leads to nerve damage in the area of the brain resulting in gradual physical, mental and emotional changes. Those born to a parent with Huntington's disease have a 50:50 chance of developing it, and there is currently no cure. [More]
Frost & Sullivan forecasts growth of global healthcare market

Frost & Sullivan forecasts growth of global healthcare market

The healthcare industry is entangled in a transitory phase in which therapeutics, devices, products and services are sold into traditional care settings that are unable to keep up with the requirements placed upon it by changing demographics and consumer needs. At the same time, opportunities for new services and care, such as ambulatory, mobile, and home care, lack the appropriate level of maturity to provide robust revenue streams despite having the promise to increase healthcare delivery efficiency and reduce long term costs. [More]
Qualcomm Life launches HealthyCircles Mobile app

Qualcomm Life launches HealthyCircles Mobile app

Qualcomm Incorporated today announced that its subsidiary, Qualcomm Life, Inc., launched the HealthyCircles Mobile application, a secure, medical-grade mobile care solution that provides a frictionless on-the-go care experience for consumers via their mobile device. [More]
UT researchers receive 2.5 million euros from European Commission for TransGeno project

UT researchers receive 2.5 million euros from European Commission for TransGeno project

The European Commission supports the TransGeno project of UT researchers with 2.5 million euros. This support helps to recruit top researchers to work at the ERA Chair of Translational Genomics of the University of Tartu soon to be created. The research work done at the new chair will advance research in translational genomics, so that in the future, doctors would be able to diagnose diseases as early as possible, thus improving opportunities for treatment. [More]

Diagnostics Direct introduces CLIA approved diagnostic test, Syphilis Health Check

Diagnostics Direct, LLC., a leading provider of in-office diagnostic tests, is pleased to announce the launch of the first CLIA-Waived rapid treponemal syphilis test: Syphilis Health Check™. [More]
New study sheds light on linguistic characteristic of autistic children

New study sheds light on linguistic characteristic of autistic children

A new study by a linguistics professor and an alumnus from The University of Texas at Austin sheds light on a well-known linguistic characteristic of autistic children — their reluctance to use pronouns — paving the way for more accurate diagnostics. [More]
Findings of Ariosa's non-invasive prenatal testing study published online in NEJM

Findings of Ariosa's non-invasive prenatal testing study published online in NEJM

Results from the largest clinical trial to date, comparing non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) using the Harmony Prenatal Test with conventional first trimester combined screening (FTS) in a general pregnancy population have been published online in The New England Journal of Medicine. [More]
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