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1. Abbott''s Revolutionary FreeStyle® Libre System Now Reimbursed in the Two Largest Provinces in Canada - 09/13/2019
 Abbott
  Provides broader access to FreeStyle Libre system for residents living with diabetes in Ontario and Quebec
2. Abbott Announces New Data That Shows Artificial Intelligence Technology Can Help Doctors Better Determine Which Patients are Having a Heart Attack - 09/10/2019
 Abbott
  New research found Abbott's algorithm created through machine learning could give doctors a more individualized calculation, leveraging factors such as age, sex and the changing dynamics of troponin protein levels in the blood, to improve heart attack diagnosis / This technology is the first machine learning developed algorithm that combines high sensitive troponin testing with other patient details to help doctors better determine if a heart attack is occurring
3. Why We Screen for Some Cancers and Not Others - 09/09/2019
 American Cancer Society
  Screening tests are powerful tools in helping find cancer early or even preventing it. But they aren’t perfect. Find out what’s behind guidelines that tell us what screening tests to get and when.
4. Pivotal New Data from Merck’s Broad Oncology Portfolio at ESMO 2019 Congress - 09/09/2019
 MERCK
  Phase 3 Data for KEYTRUDA® (pembrolizumab) as Neoadjuvant Therapy in Combination with Chemotherapy in Patients with Triple-Negative Breast Cancer (KEYNOTE-522) to be Featured in ESMO Presidential Symposium and Official Press Program Data for LYNPARZA Included in ESMO Presidential Symposium and Official Press Program: in Metastatic Castration-Resistant Prostate Cancer (PROfound) and in Advanced Ovarian Cancer (PAOLA-1)
5. WHO revises recommendations on hormonal contraceptive use for women at high HIV risk - 08/29/2019
 WHO
6. Half of US Teens Getting HPV Vaccinations - 08/29/2019
 American Cancer Society
  The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that just over half (51.1%) of teenagers were fully vaccinated for human papillomavirus (HPV) as of 2018, up 2.5 percentage points from 48.6% in 2017.
7. It’s Never Too Late to Get More Exercise - 08/01/2019
 American Cancer Society
  Research shows that upping your exercise level can pay healthy dividends, even if you’re starting later in life.
8. Study: Hormone Treatment for Prostate Cancer Linked With Dementia - 07/30/2019
 American Cancer Society
  Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania found that older prostate cancer patients getting hormone treatment, called androgen deprivation therapy (ADT), were more likely to be diagnosed later with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.
9. Study: Lack of Education About Melanoma May Contribute to Black-White Survival Disparities - 07/23/2019
 American Cancer Society
  It’s true that people with darker skin have a lower risk of melanoma. But as a recent study of non-Hispanic black Americans showed, it’s also true that they’re more likely to have lower survival rates when they are diagnosed. That’s partly because compared with non-Hispanic whites, people with darker skin are more often diagnosed with later-stage melanoma (after it’s spread). It’s also because the most common type of melanoma for them?called acral lentiginous melanoma (ALM)?has a lower survival rate.
10. WHO recommends dolutegravir as preferred HIV treatment option in all populations - 07/22/2019
 WHO
11. FDA Approves Merck’s RECARBRIO™ (imipenem, cilastatin, and relebactam) For the Treatment of Adults with Complicated Urinary Tract and Complicated Intra-Abdominal Bacterial Infections Where Limited or No Alternative Treatment Options Are Available - 07/17/2019
 MERCK
12. More Colorectal Cancer Diagnoses in People Under 55 Aren’t Only Because of More Colonoscopies - 07/12/2019
 American Cancer Society
  Colorectal cancer (CRC) is being diagnosed more often in the United States among adults younger than age 55. Does this mean more of them are getting colorectal cancer? Or are doctors finding it more often because more younger adults are having colonoscopies? In a study published in the Journal of Medical Screening, researchers at the American Cancer Society (ACS) ...
13. WHO updates global guidance on medicines and diagnostic tests to address health challenges, prioritize highly effective therapeutics, and improve affordable access - 07/09/2019
 WHO
  New essential medicines and diagnostics lists published today
14. CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) Unanimously Votes to Provisionally Update Recommendations for Hepatitis A Vaccination - 06/27/2019
 MERCK
15. Nuclear Stress Test Helps Identify Heart Attack Risk in People with Diabetes - 06/27/2019
 Radiological Society of North America
  A nuclear stress test called PET MPI can help identify diabetic patients who are at greater risk for coronary artery disease and heart attack. / PET MPI uses radioisotopes and a special camera to show how well blood is flowing in the heart when it is under stress. / The results showed that an abnormal PET MPI was associated with increased risk of cardiac death in all important clinical subgroups of diabetic patients.
16. Medtronic Supports CMS Ruling on TAVR National Coverage Determination - 06/21/2019
 Medtronic
  Medtronic plc (NYSE:MDT) today issued the following statement regarding the final decision memo updating the TAVR National Coverage Determination (NCD) 20.32 announced by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)
17. In the face of slow progress, WHO offers a new tool and sets a target to accelerate action against antimicrobial resistance - 06/18/2019
 WHO
18. Abbott Launches First-ever Rapid Point-of-Care HbA1c Test to Aid in the Diagnosis of Diabetes - 06/17/2019
 Abbott
  Afinion™ HbA1c Dx test provides results in three minutes, enabling clinicians to develop informed, individualized care plans during patient consultation / Assay is the first and only rapid point-of-care test cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to aid healthcare professionals in the diagnosis of diabetes
19. New study finds no link between HIV infection and contraceptive methods - 06/13/2019
 WHO
20. MRI Plays A Role in Diagnosis of Cocaine-related Damage to the Heart - 06/13/2019
 Radiological Society of North America
  Cardiac MRI can detect cocaine's effects on the cardiovascular system and help differentiate between acute and chronic conditions. / Cocaine abuse can have devastating effects on the heart.
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