Soft Tissue Regeneration Advancing Next-Generation Device for Common Sports Injury

The cruciate ligaments of the knee are vital for a wide range of activities, from bending over to pick up something on the ground to running bases at a softball game.

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OIS’ Subsidiary Named Among Top 20 EMR Software Providers

Abraxas made the list of top 20 ambulatory EMR software vendors for single physician practices, as well as for practices with 2 to 5, 26 to 99, 100 to 249 and 250 or more physicians.

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OneMedForum 2011 to Feature “Provider As a System” Panel

“The Provider as a System” will discuss how innovations in information management and technology coupled with changes in the business landscape are transforming the delivery of healthcare.

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NYSSA Announces Presenter List for Upcoming Biotech Conference

The New York Society of Security Analysts, a leading forum for the investment community, recently announced the presenter list for its 14th Annual Biotech and Specialty Pharma Conference.

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Oculus Innovative Sciences to Collaborate with Onset Therapeutics

Their initial collaboration will target atopic dermatitis and related conditions.

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Galderma Announces Results of Largest Rosacea Study Ever

Galderma Laboratories, a pharmaceutical company focused on dermatology products, recently announced results from its ORCA (Orecea for Rosacea: a Community-Based Assessment) study, the largest rosacea study ever.

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DPR’s CaseReader Poised to Break New Ground in Diagnostic Radiology

DataPhysics Research (DPR) of Danville, CA, has developed a turnkey software solution to improve the quality of image-based diagnostics and ease the workload of radiologists.

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Molecular Diagnostics a Natural Fit for Breast Cancer

The growing global incidence of breast cancer has led to an increased demand for molecular diagnostics tests that aid in diagnosing breast cancer.

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Luminex Corp. Launches Its First Pharmacogenomics Test for Personalized Medicine

Patients with this genetic variant are more likely to experience adverse drug reactions or failure of treatment.

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New Study: Robot-Assisted Hysterectomy Offers Similar (But Pricier) Results Compared to Laparoscopic Counterpart

According to the National Institutes of Health, one in three women in the U.S. will undergo a hysterectomy by the age of 60.

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