Many drugs come with specific instructions to “take with food.” Even so, sometimes patients forget, and the consequences seem insignificant. However, prostate cancer patients may do well to be diligent in taking their medicine with food, as doing so may save them as much as $7,500 per month.
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Researchers at Purdue University are inviting you to participate in a short survey as part of a study.
We are interested in YOUR opinions about your professional quality of life, including possible compassion fatigue, as personnel working with animals in research settings. We are also interested in how and why you enrich the animals you work with. This survey takes only 10-25 minutes.
An artificial lung that’s small enough to be carried in a backpack has been shown to work in sheep. It’s one of several such devices being developed that could transform the lives of people with lung failure, who are currently dependent on large machines. The new device still requires an oxygen tank to be wheeled around, although tank-free prototypes are also being tested.
A new study published Aug. 1 in Neurobiology of Aging provides the most extensive evidence of Alzheimer’s disease brain pathology in a primate species to date.
The CCAC Governance and Nominations (G&N) Committee is looking to prepare a slate of candidates for election at the 2017 AGM by the CCAC’s 22 member organizations.
Technicians supporting animals in science for 56 of Canada’s 150 years. April 17-21, 2017
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