Monthly Archives: May 2016

Metabolic Reprogramming to Improve Immunotherapy (R21)

Metabolic Reprogramming to Improve Immunotherapy (R21)The overall objective of this funding chance announcement (FOA) is to encourage R21 exploratory/developmental grant applications to (a) produce a mechanistic understanding of the metabolic processes that support robust anti-tumor immune responses in vivo, (b) figure out how the metabolic landscape of the growth microenvironment impacts immune effector functions, […]

By |May 8th, 2016|NCAS|0 Comments

Supreme Court may permit state-level common exam for medical college admissions

Supreme Court might permit state-level common test for medical college admissions The Supreme Court today stated the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test(NEET)will continue but it may allow a state-level typical entryway test (CET)for admission to federal government medical colleges only. However, this will be subject to the stand to be spelt out by the Centre on […]

By |May 7th, 2016|GMC|0 Comments

National hospital system uses enterprise approach for assessing bleeding risks

National medical facility system uses business method for assessing bleeding threatsOrlando, Fla. – The largest risk-directed study by a nationwide health center system demonstrates a 40 percent decline in bleeding events for percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) clients and a significant decrease in drug store expenses. This quality enhancement task (QIP) research existed today as […]

By |May 5th, 2016|NCAS|0 Comments

Junior doctors' dispute: Proposal aimed at breaking deadlock

Junior doctors’conflict: Proposal targeted at breaking deadlockA proposition targeted at breaking the deadlock in the junior physicians’ conflict through fresh talks has been made by 22 medical colleges and professors. They want planning for the enforcing of brand-new junior physicians’ contracts in England to be postponed for 5 days. In return, the British Medical […]

By |May 5th, 2016|GMC|0 Comments

Security Council demands protection for hospitals and health workers in conflict zones

Security Council requires defense for healthcare facilities and health employees in conflict zonesSpeaking with the 15-member body, Secretary-General … and medical employees are not just isolated or incidental battlefield fallout, but rather the desired objective of the contenders. This is disgraceful and untenable,” Mr. Restriction told Council members.See all stories on this subject”Direct attacks”against medical […]

By |May 4th, 2016|GMC|0 Comments