Today at ASCO: Anastrazole Offers Higher Breast Cancer-Free Survival Rates than Tamoxifen Following DCIS, Phase III Study Shows

Today at ASCO: Anastrazole Offers Higher Breast Cancer-Free Survival Rates than Tamoxifen Following DCIS, Phase III Study Shows
Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) June 01, 2015 Note: Dr. Julian is available for interviews today on this new development in breast cancer prevention. A phase III trial funded by the National Institutes of Health suggests that postmenopausal women with ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) now have an additional tool for breast cancer treatment and prevention. ...

Ancon Medical Disease Screening Device Shows Promise for Lyme Disease

Ancon Medical Disease Screening Device Shows Promise for Lyme Disease
Bloomington, MN (PRWEB) April 21, 2015 With summer returning, outdoor activities like camping and hiking will be part of the fun for many Americans. Unfortunately, that also means the risk of Lyme disease, which is most commonly spread through tick bites. Ancon Medical is introducing revolutionary new technology that can make it easier for ...

DuPont Pioneer Hybrid Maize Study Shows Strong Yield Advantages to Help Farmers Weather Drought

DuPont Pioneer Hybrid Maize Study Shows Strong Yield Advantages to Help Farmers Weather Drought
DES MOINES, Iowa (PRWEB) March 24, 2015 DuPont Pioneer today announced the Journal of Crop Science has published results of a multi-year study conducted to evaluate maize (corn) hybrids under drought-stress, or water-limited, conditions. Findings scientifically demonstrate the efficacy of Pioneer® brand Optimum® AQUAmax® maize hybrid seeds, which help farmers achieve more stable yields under ...

NAPSRx News: CNPR Rep Survey Shows Physicians Still Prefer Traditional Marketing To Digital Detailing When Writing Prescriptions

NAPSRx News: CNPR Rep Survey Shows Physicians Still Prefer Traditional Marketing To Digital Detailing When Writing Prescriptions
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) March 13, 2015 In the field of pharmaceutical sales marketing, the shot heard round the world sounds more like a door slamming in reps’ faces. Digital media is said to be taking the place of face-to-face meetings with physicians, and some recent restrictive access policies certainly put a damper on the ...

New Study by USC Eye Institute Shows Ranibizumab Reverses Vision Loss in Working-Age U.S. Hispanic and Non-Hispanic Whites Suffering from Diabetic Eye Disease

New Study by USC Eye Institute Shows Ranibizumab Reverses Vision Loss in Working-Age U.S. Hispanic and Non-Hispanic Whites Suffering from Diabetic Eye Disease
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 18, 2015 Ranibizumab, a prescription drug commonly used to treat age-related vision loss, also reverses vision loss caused by diabetes among Hispanic and non-Hispanic whites, according to a new study led by investigators from the University of Southern California (USC) Eye Institute. Diabetic retinopathy and diabetic macular edema are ...

A Recent Study on Obesity and Genetics in Nature Shows a Stronger Correlation Between the Two, But Calories Still Count Say Calories In, Calories Out Cookbook Authors

A Recent Study on Obesity and Genetics in Nature Shows a Stronger Correlation Between the Two, But Calories Still Count Say Calories In, Calories Out Cookbook Authors
Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) February 18, 2015 A new study published in the journal Nature found that genetics plays a bigger role in the development of obesity than was previously thought. Researchers from the University of Michigan unveiled the results of a genome-wide association study looking at body mass index (BMI), a common measure of obesity, ...

New Study Shows Promise for Rhythm-Based Music Listening Therapy to Help Children with Special Health Care Needs

New Study Shows Promise for Rhythm-Based Music Listening Therapy to Help Children with Special Health Care Needs
Ogden, Utah (PRWEB) February 04, 2015 The informal study released today was conducted by Lori Riggs, M.A., CCC/SLP and the National Association for Child Development examined the effects of inTime on children with special health care needs. 37 children participated in the study who had previously completed The Listening Program®. The purpose was to investigate ...

New Research Shows Music Listening Therapy Can Help People with Autism Spectrum Disorders

New Research Shows Music Listening Therapy Can Help People with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Ogden, Utah (PRWEB) January 29, 2015 Sensory processing disorder (SPD), defined by the study as an inability to process “incoming sensory stimuli, determine its meaning, and generate a response consistent with the context,” is a common component of ASD. In addition, sensory over-responsivity (SOR) is a subtype of SPD that makes it difficult for a ...

A December 2014 Salary Survey Shows That CNPR Certified PharmaceuticalSales Reps Earn More Money With Fewer Sales Calls

A December 2014 Salary Survey Shows That CNPR Certified PharmaceuticalSales Reps Earn More Money With Fewer Sales Calls
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) January 05, 2015 Did you know that the average pharmaceutical sales rep earned $ 104,280 in total compensation in 2014, compared with $ 99,400 in 2013? This was an estimate made by a recent survey from National Association of Pharmaceutical Sales Representatives (NAPSRx; see “PHARMACEUTICAL SALES COMPENSATION OUTLOOK FOR 2015”). And ...

Fooducate Diet App Now Shows You How Much Sugar Has Been Added to Your Food

Fooducate Diet App Now Shows You How Much Sugar Has Been Added to Your Food
New York, NY (PRWEB) December 30, 2014 America is addicted to sugar, with over 100 pounds consumed yearly by every man, woman, and child. According to the Department of Health and Human Services, increased consumption of added sugars, which are sweeteners added to food and beverages, has been linked to obesity and a decrease in ...