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Medical Animation Studio produces clinical animations and clinical illustrations.  Custom 3d trail illustrations and clinical illustrations for e learning can also be produced.   Biotechnology animations and biotechnology illustrations created for biotech companies and biotechnology marketing companies.
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New drug '20% more effective than ACE inhibitors' for treating heart failure
A new study claims that an experimental drug called LCZ696 is 20% more effective than ACE inhibitors in reducing heart failure-related hospitalizations and deaths.
What is a systematic review of medical research?
Systematic reviews and meta-analyses are loved by people issuing guidelines on the best medical treatments. Find out why they are so powerful, but also about their disadvantages.
New report shows that HPV vaccine trials can be significantly shortened
A new report from a Working Group convened by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), the specialized cancer agency of the World Health Organization, and the United States National...
Study questions generalizability of findings of cardiovascular trials for heart attack patients
An analysis of a cardiovascular registry finds that of clinical trials that included heart attack patients, participation among eligible patients was infrequent and has been declining, and trial...
First clinical trial for new skin wound-healing compound is a success
Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute scientist Robert Gourdie developed a wound-healing peptide while researching how electrical signals trigger heartbeats.
Palbociclib expanded access program now open to eligible U.S. patients with HR+, HER2- advanced breast cancer
Pfizer Inc. has announced that the company has initiated a multi-center, open-label expanded access program (EAP) in the United States for the investigational CDK 4/6 inhibitor, palbociclib.
Clinical trials of unscientific, 'alternative' medicines denounced by experts
Experts writing in the Cell Press journal Trends in Molecular Medicine call for an end to clinical trials of "highly implausible treatments" such as homeopathy and reiki.
Commercialization delayed by early bottlenecks in developing biopharmaceutical products
An analysis of patented university inventions licensed to biotechnology firms has revealed early bottlenecks on the path to commercialization.
NSAIDs may halve breast cancer recurrence in overweight women
In a new study, overweight and obese breast cancer patients exhibited a 52% lower rate of recurrence and a 28-month delay in recurrence if they were regularly taking NSAIDs.
Gastric cancer: could Botox be an alternative to chemo?
Research into the role of the vagal nerve in stomach cancer has led to novel methods for severing the nerve-tumor connection. One of these, surprisingly, is Botox injections.
Alzheimer's disease: are we close to finding a cure?
There seems to be more focus than ever on Alzheimer's research. But how close are scientists to developing effective prevention and treatment strategies for the disease?
What is a case-control study in medical research?
Find out how 'cases' are compared with 'controls' in this type of medical research study, which is a relatively quick and easy way to find clues, but with scientific limitations.
Baldness cured with bone marrow disease drug in alopecia areata patients
A drug called ruxolitinib restored hair in patients with alopecia areata - an autoimmune disease that causes hair loss - according to the early results of a clinical trial.
23andMe announce agreement with Pfizer Inc. to research genetics of ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease
Genetics company 23andMe, has announced an agreement with Pfizer Inc. in which the companies will aim to enroll 10,000 people with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) in a research initiative designed...
Aspirin 'halves breast cancer recurrence in overweight women'
Aspirin is known to have protective effects against some cancers. Now, a new study suggests that, in breast cancer patients, these effects may be mediated by weight.
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