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Systech International parteners with Zetes Partner to Meet Europe’s Emerging Pharmaceutical Regulatory Requirements.

CRANBURY, New Jersey, September 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ —   Systech International®, the recognized global leader in Serialization, and Zetes, a leading European system integrator and provider of i… View »

Systech International parteners with Zetes Partner to Meet Europe’s Emerging Pharmaceutical Regulatory Requirements.

CRANBURY, New Jersey, September 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ —   Systech International®, the recognized global leader in Serialization, and Zetes, a leading European system integrator and provider of i… View »

Roche’s Tarceva receives European approval for first-line use in a genetically distinct type of lung cancer.

Roche (SIX: RO, ROG; OTCQX: RHHBY) announced today that the European Commission has approved Tarceva® (erlotinib) for use in patients with a genetically distinct type of non-small cell lung cancer (N… View »

The Bermuda government is considering pursuing medical tourism.

The Bermuda government is considering pursuing medical tourism. Tourism minister Patrice Minors is actively exploring the expansion of medical tourism as a way to fill Bermuda’s empty hotel beds. Min… View »

Dead Sea’s salty waters help lower blood glucose levels and could improve the medical conditions of diabetics.

The Dead Sea has long been known as a natural treatment for skin, rheumatic and respiratory diseases. A new study by researchers from the health sciences faculty of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev… View »

Almost nine in 10 Emiratis and Arab expatriates are happy with their health.

ABU DHABI // Almost nine in 10 Emiratis and Arab expatriates are happy with their health, a study has revealed.   A two-year survey of more than 5,000 adults by the Abu Dhabi Gallup Centre found… View »

Heart disease detection device developed in SA.

Acomputer-aided auscultation software program, Sensi, used along with an electronic stethoscope, is able to discern between physiological and patho- logical heart murmurs to accuracies of more than 9… View »

Patients Wait Hours at Hospital in Namibia.

OUTPATIENTS at the Katutura State Hospital in Windhoek were made to wait for hours on Tuesday to see medical staff, with one person allegedly collapsing according to other patients.   When The N… View »

Study-Newborns struggle to survive.

Fewer newborn babies are dying worldwide, but progress is too slow and Africa is being left behind, said a global study led by the World Health Organisation (WHO)   While investment over the las… View »

Using electronic medical records instead of paper files to improve care for diabetic patients by boosting communication.

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 31 (HealthDay News) — New research suggests that using electronic medical records instead of paper files could greatly improve care for diabetic patients by boosting communication. D… View »

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