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Health reform has been in US headlines almost every day for months.
Approximately 2 million people including 400,000 children in the U.S are being treated for epilepsy and one-third continue to have seizures despite treatment.
October was a big housecleaning month at some of the world’s major chemical firms.
While visiting some LTTP schools near Gbarnga, Liberia’s second most populous city, I had the opportunity to interview Ms. Nyamah C.D. Nanoe, Mr. Matthew Kollie, and Mr. James P. Kolleh.
As the burden of Alzheimer's disease escalates worldwide, efforts to develop effective treatments are failing to keep pace because of the high costs and risks associated with developing Alzheimer's drugs.
Want to quit smoking? Think a class could help? Better take it by June 30.
$5.7 billion. That’s how much a report from Research Triangle Park-based RTI International predicts it will cost to bring the first effective Alzheimer’s drug to market, which is three times the typical cost of drug development.
Researchers at RTI International and the University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center will team up to work to develop valid and reliable measures of patient-centered communication in cancer care delivery settings.
RTI International is working with the University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center to develop ways to improve cancer care communication.
One in every three women will be beaten, raped or otherwise abused during her lifetime.* To help reverse this sobering statistic and empower women across the globe, 10 for Humanity is introducing a revolutionary hands-free device called the Tiger Eye