The hospital recognized, internationally known for his leading role in the fields of orthopedics and rheumatology, takes a multidisciplinary group of thought leaders from the United States, Europe and Australia. Renowned doctors, scientists and industry leaders describe the current research, the most promising avenues for future research, the latest diagnostic and treatment methods, public health strategies and the latest information on the prevention of OA. Healthcare data show that the prevalence, impact and economic consequences of osteoarthritis are expected to increase dramatically over the next decades is clear prevention of this disease is an urgent research challenge, ‘said Steven Goldring, chief researcher at the Hospital for Special Surgery and co-director of the conference..
– How can we work together to more effectively better results?The conference is distinguished speakers from the National Institutes of Health, the Arthritis Foundation have, Hospital for Special Surgery, Rush Medical Center, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Wake Forest, Duke University, McGill University in Canada, the University of Sydney, Genzyme Biosurgery, and Aetna. – ‘We believe that the summit is important information about arthritis research, care and innovation is necessary, to the lives of millions of people suffer from OA offer improvement Hospital for Special Surgery is proud to be a leader in raising awareness of osteoarthritis and promoting critical research and best practices in patient care to be ‘ ‘Goldring said. ‘ – About Osteoarthritis.Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee on on Wednesday with oral vote approval two invoices in relation to breast cancer research and Down syndrome, CQ Today reports. Breast cancer research account would hereby authorize secretaries HHS, work through the the NIH principal to develop an research program of peer-reviewed subsidies for environmental factors, to to study of breast cancer. Of breast cancer. Which account authorizes $ 40,000 per year in the financial years 2008 to 2012 . The bill is funded by Sen. Majority Leader Harry Reid and currently has sixty-seven co-sponsors.