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Recent Developments in Medical Casts

Written by: Alexander D. Zeng & Philip M. Nelson On October 5, 2023, the World Intellectual Property Organization published Cast21’s PCT application...

Patexia Insight 194: The Top Lateral Moves of PTAB Attorneys in 2023

The Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) holds a pivotal position within intellectual property law, wielding substantial influence over patent validity determinations and dispute...

The First FDA Approved, Chinese Developed, PD-1 Inhibitor For Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma

Written by: Jason J. Jardine On October 27th, 2023, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved LOQTORZITM (toripalimab-tpzi), developed by Coherus BioSciences, Inc...

Tata Faces Trade Secrets Setback: $210M Damages in DXC Technology Case, Jury Says

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), a prominent Indian software conglomerate, has recently been embroiled in a legal battle with DXC Technology, resulting in a substantial setback. A ...

FDA Issues Long-Overdue Regulations on Direct-To-Consumer Advertisements for Prescription Medications

  Written by: Lucas P. Koziol, Ph.D. & Michael L. Fuller On November 21, 2023, the FDA published its final rule changing how prescriptions medicines are advertised to...

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A new non-invasive technique for stimulation of the brain has helped healthy individuals learn new walking patterns more rapidly. This suggests that the technique... Read More »
Atrial fibrillation can cause strokes and is known to be the most common cardiac arrhythmia, a condition involving an irregular heartbeat. A recent study, led by the... Read More »
A recently published study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition examined soda's effect on stroke risk. Dr. Adam Bernstein, Research Director at Cleveland ... Read More »
SanBio Inc. today announced that the first 6 patients, of a total of 18, have been successfully administered SB623, a new allogeneic stem cell therapy product, in the ... Read More »
A catheter procedure that closes a hole in patients' hearts was no more effective than medical therapy in preventing recurrent strokes, according to a new study... Read More »
Research from the University of Calgary's Hotchkiss Brain Institute shows that by using a CT scan (computerized tomography), doctors can predict which... Read More »
Researchers at St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center in Phoenix, Ariz., in collaboration with Amgen Inc. and several other institutions, have discovered a ... Read More »
Researchers from Atritech, now part of Boston Scientific, have developed the WATCHMAN device, a small mesh umbrella that can be inserted into part of the heart cavity ... Read More »
New research from the University of Calgary shows that using a CT (computerised tomography) scan, doctors can predict if patients who have had a transient ischemic... Read More »
If you’re like the majority of Americans, you take an aspirin when you have a headache, or possibly as a preventative measure against heart attack or stroke... Read More »
Researchers at the University of Copenhagen have produced a new chemical compound for the possible treatment of brain damage caused by stroke. The compound binds... Read More »
In adults, clot-busting drugs can reduce disability if given within a few hours after a stroke. But few studies have looked at whether these drugs are safe for... Read More »
Two new blood thinners, Xarelto (rivaroxaban) and Pradaxa (dabigatran etexilate) have been approved by the FDA for patients with atrial fibrillation that is not... Read More »
The brain is what makes us human, so it is understandable that people fear the wide-ranging symptoms that can accompany brain injury. These symptoms include impaired... Read More »
Bill HarringtonMy daughter was 19 at the time of her crash that left her TBI. She's now 36 and has shown little improvement through the years. I wish this were available for her. I would love to have a better quality of life now.
Feb 6, 2012
Ann ConkleVery exciting research!
Feb 6, 2012
An innovative approach to genome screening has provided clues about rare mutations that may make people susceptible to brain aneurysms, according to preliminary... Read More »
Johns Hopkins neurologists have developed a new technique that successfully dissolves blood clots in the brain. The minimally-invasive procedure allows for removing... Read More »
Researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Florida have developed a new head patch to monitor stroke victims during their hospitalization. “About one-third of stroke... Read More »
The American Stroke Association has been running an advertisement lately in my neighborhood that reads, “Learn to recognize a stroke, because time lost is brain ... Read More »
(Reuters) - U.S. health regulators approved on Friday the stroke preventer Xarelto from Bayer AG and Johnson & Johnson for people with a common heart rhythm... Read More »
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Stimulants used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder do not increase the risk of heart attacks, strokes or sudden death, U.S... Read More »
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