Alex McKay, research coordinator of the Sex Information and Education Council of Canada, said the help of celebrities is laudable and long overdue. Added that added that global research has shown that entertainers and celebrities highly regarded by young people have an enormous impact on the promotion of sexual health and HIV prevention. However, McKay added, J. The message of HIV is limited, because young people who have unprotected sex even at the risk of contracting sexually transmitted infections (Gordon, Toronto Star..
Launched Monday, the campaign, which includes the music group U2 and singer Mary J. Blige is. Collaboration between Bristol-Myers Squibb Canada and Universal Music Canada It also includes HIV / AIDS organizations, hospitals, test facilities and doctors. The Star wants to One Life their message their message received by an online video to U2’s song One with Blige and made available by the artists at no cost. The companies is also pledging a $ 1 corporate donation to HIV / AIDS prevention groups every time a viewer passes the video.We are looking forward to a huge enrollment center in this study and be able to about to long-term anticoagulation offer for our patients. ‘. Source: Atritech.. As the positive panel consultation supplementary information on the safety and effectiveness of the WATCHMAN apparatus presented. The latest data presented to at the TCT in Washington DC, still a relative risk reduction of 30 percent for any strokes, cardiovascular death and systemic embolism in comparison to the demonstrate to long-term warfarin a average follow-up 27 months. In addition, information shown for a procedural security a marked improvement of the safety profile the WATCHMAN LAA closure procedures with increased operator experience.
Than the Enrolls First Patient into PREVAIL trialAtritech, announced Ersteinschreibung in his corroborative study, PREVAIL, comparing the left atrial appendage WATCHMA Closure Device to long term warfarin in patients with AF. Doctors in the Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky enrolled the first patients.