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Alison Paterson 28m
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Riya Evans 17h
We are happy to announce the "9th International Conference on Neurological Disorders & Stroke" scheduled through October 07-08, 2019 at Dublin, Ireland with a theme, “Instigation and Evaluation of Global Research in Stroke. w:
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Rahim Azizyan 3h
Persistent in central nervous system linked to cognitive impairment Findings suggest that HIV can persist in the system even when the is suppressed in a patient’s blood with medication.
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Colette Datt RGN RN (Child) 5h
Well done gold star 💫 and well done on your promotion to
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Replying to @TonySwaves
Move back to SoCal bruh. Time for a new wave in your life. You always got Brodies ova here 🤝
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NACNS Jul 8
Calling all : Our webinars are now FREE to all NACNS Members! This means that you are saving more than $700 in webinar fees per calendar year. Not a member? Become one today.
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Willy Wang Story Jul 15
The study found that HIV remained in the cerebrospinal fluid of half of participants with well-managed HIV (virologic suppression in the plasma), confirming that the central nervous system () is a major reservoir for latent .
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Kelly M. Osborne 21h
Replying to @from_bedside @reepRN
Woot woot !!!
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abm Jul 15
This July, abm would like to shine our on the Immortalized Human Neural Stem Cells (Cat. No. T0682), a cell line that is valuable for CNS disease research.
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Riya Evans Jul 14
-15:Clinical Trials and Case Reports Clinical trials and case reports includes the involvement of larger groups of people confirming the effectiveness of a drug or treatment, monitor side effects, compare it to commonly used treatments W:
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Riya Evans Jul 11
14:Therapeutics approaches of Neurological Disorders Apart from the issue of a cure, sometimes patients with neurological issues can be placed in rehabilitation as part of an effort to restore some lost function. w:
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Prof Alison Leary PhD RN 14h
That's interesting I wonder if this is a specific group. The group who seem keen on EBP and often develop protocols are largely in the 44+ group They are mostly M level workforce
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Michelle Jul 7
As I’m now three weeks away from taking up my post as Clinical Nurse Specialist, I’m finding nostalgic moments in the job I’ve loved for the 4.5 years. Today, it’s my last night shift at . Might not be forever, but I can’t see I’ll do another any time soon!
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ISCTM Jul 12
New Investigator Award! Submission by 1 November 2019. ISCTM Scientific Meeting, Washington DC, Feb 2020 htp
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Annie Ford Jul 9
Most NHS gynaecologists are men, or play an important role in all this. I was an advanced nurse practitioner in gynae-oncology & was able to spend time with women working options through. It’s everyone’s business for women to have a dignified menopause.
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DDNews Online 5h
. & collab on discovery of remyelination therapies for MS & other neurological disorders Leverage platform designed to stimulate oligodendrocyte progenitor cells to produce myelin
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ECNPtweets 14h
On 8 September at 9:00 our experts will talk about novel psychoactive substances: from pharmacology to clinical presentation in the Emergency Room. Register now and join this session!
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Center on National Security Jul 15
Monday, July 15th: “Pence Defends Conditions at Migrant Detention Centers” the top story in today’s
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LymphomaAction Jul 14
Now for the final session at Gilly Howard-Jones Lymphoma is leading a discussion on the influence of the social & family network on of
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Dana-Farber/Boston Children's Jul 14
specialists & transplant experts team up to arrest familial HLH, an inflammatory disease affecting only the :
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