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CASE OF THE WEEK Kyocera Senco Industrial Tools Inc. v. International Trade Commission, Appeal No. 2020-1046, -2050 (Fed. Cir. Jan. 21, 2022) The Federal Circuit’s only...

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Try typing COVID in your search engines and you will likely get billions of results. Meanwhile a bit more than 2 years before, this and the coronavirus word were ... Read More »
The Food and Drug Administration recently announced approval of the RadioGenix™ System, a technetium 99m (Tc-99m) generator. The RadioGenix™ System... Read More »
If the UN Secretary General and the members of his “High Level Panel on Access to Medicines” thought the State Department was bluffing when it warned... Read More »
Jokes aside, new research has finally uncovered a drug that can generate unlimited numbers of new heart cells from stem cells. Called ITD-1, the new compound is a... Read More »
125,000 deaths annually in the U.S., 10-25% of hospital admissions, and billions in medical expenses. Fortunately, there is not some new epidemic to worry about;... Read More »
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Jackie KellyI can also see this being very useful for older patients or in long-term care facilities. Managing medications are a continual challenge.
Jun 19, 2012
Italian doctors at Rome’s Bambino Gesu hospital saved the life of a 16-month-old boy this week by implanting the world’s smallest heart to keep him alive... Read More »
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Daniel PorterThe fact that we are manufacturing functional human organs is staggering. Powering these devices still seems to be a fundamental problem, perhaps the next big breakthrough will come from a technology that harvests biological energy to run these mechanical devices?
May 29, 2012
Personalized medicine is medical care customized to a patient’s specific genetic and demographic profile. It is an odd idea to think that traditional medicine... Read More »
Bioreactors carry out biological or chemical processes in a biologically active environment. For years, they have proven to be a useful and promising form of... Read More »
From the horrific Tuskegee incident to the more recent autism scandal, the exposure of scientific fraud illuminates the need for full disclosure of data not only to... Read More »
Consciousness is tricky. There is little understanding of consciousness, and there is no universally agreed upon definition of consciousness. So how can we tell if a... Read More »
  Of the five senses (or six, if you’re a little boy in an M. Night Shyamalan movie) most people would agree that vision is their most valuable sense... Read More »
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