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Delphi expands medical footprint

Delphi expands medical footprint

Largest hospital in New Zealand switches to Masimo SET Oximetry

Largest hospital in New Zealand switches to Masimo SET Oximetry

Eleven states oppose mercury emissions proposal

Eleven states oppose mercury emissions proposal

94% of fertility patients never receive treatment

94% of fertility patients never receive treatment

Grow your own breast implants

Grow your own breast implants

U.S. approval for commercial marketing of leeches for medicinal purposes

U.S. approval for commercial marketing of leeches for medicinal purposes

Australian biomedical scientists tackle malaria with on-line malaria information resource

Australian biomedical scientists tackle malaria with on-line malaria information resource

The EU is contributing €9 million to the “Vigilance against Viral Resistance” (VIRGIL) project

The EU is contributing €9 million to the “Vigilance against Viral Resistance” (VIRGIL) project

New under-skin sensor that monitors blood sugar levels for diabetics

New under-skin sensor that monitors blood sugar levels for diabetics

Sex hormones alter the development of certain brain structures during puberty

Sex hormones alter the development of certain brain structures during puberty

California Attorney General says emissions plan fails to adequately protect air, public health

California Attorney General says emissions plan fails to adequately protect air, public health

Continued commercial development of research into DNA repair

Continued commercial development of research into DNA repair

First university-based research center devoted to studying epigenetics

First university-based research center devoted to studying epigenetics

Gene chip technology can detect one of the commonest cystic fibrosis (CF) genetic mutations with 100% accuracy

Gene chip technology can detect one of the commonest cystic fibrosis (CF) genetic mutations with 100% accuracy

Research for faster Polymerase Chain Reaction technology

Research for faster Polymerase Chain Reaction technology

Heart scans detect problems before symptoms appear

Heart scans detect problems before symptoms appear

Research suggests the brain is a much more sensitive organ than originally perceived, sensitive to the tiniest of chemical signals

Research suggests the brain is a much more sensitive organ than originally perceived, sensitive to the tiniest of chemical signals

John Kerry's plan to strengthen America’s health care system

John Kerry's plan to strengthen America’s health care system

Thailand aims to reduce HIV prevalence among adults to 1 percent by 2006

Thailand aims to reduce HIV prevalence among adults to 1 percent by 2006

Promise of improved workflows and reduced medical errors to boost adoption of computerised physician order entry systems

Promise of improved workflows and reduced medical errors to boost adoption of computerised physician order entry systems

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