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Seattle Cancer Care Alliance to Debut New TV Ads

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Following the success of its recent brand relaunch, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) will kick off its 2016 advertising campaign with a television commercial debuting during the Seattle area broadcast of the Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 7, on CBS affiliate KIRO-TV. Three additional TV ads will air in the weeks after, and all will run through June. The campaign is designed to convey the strength of SCCA’s three alliance partners—Fred Hutch, Seattle Children’s and UW Medicine—and how “Better Together” translates into better outcomes for patients in the treatment of cancer.

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Virginia Mason Institute Offers Experience-Based Design and Lean Training in April

/PRNewswire/ -- Virginia Mason Institute, a leading lean education resource for health care organizations, is offering two training courses in April 2016.

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Lynx Fitness Appoints Sales and Marketing VP

/PRNewswire/ -- Lynx Fitness has appointed Karin Shay as vice president of sales and marketing based on an unprecedented customer response to the company's innovative Lynx Board fitness device over the all-important holiday sales period.

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Fumble Your Diet on Super Bowl Sunday? Use Monday to Get Back on Track

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Diana Rice, a registered dietitian on staff with The Monday Campaigns (the nonprofit organization behind Meatless Monday), offers these tips to get your health back on track after an indulgent Super Bowl Sunday.

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B-Line Medical Launches Two New Products

B-Line Medical®, an industry leader in video-driven healthcare education and outcome improvement, is excited to announce the launch of two new products, DebriefCast™ and SimCapture Node™.

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Rockland Immunochemicals, Inc. Introduces Melanoma Cell Lines in Collaboration with the Wistar Institute

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Wistar and Rockland partner to release a new collection of Wistar's human melanoma cell lines

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Wistar Startup Immunaccel Aims to Accelerate the Translation of Immuno- Oncology Therapies

Wistar startup to pursue new outlets for important research.

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New Tech to Help Companies Detect and Respond to Cloud Computing Performance Bugs

Computer science researcher launches company that uses new tech to to help companies that use cloud computing improve the user experience for their customers.

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Orthopedic Surgery Simulation

A unique training simulator for orthopedic open surgery (knee reconstruction with total joint replacement) has been developed by OSSim Technologies Inc. in partnership with three University of Montreal orthopedic surgeons.

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New App Helps Interstitial Cystitis & Chronic Prostatitis Patients Select Bladder Friendly Foods

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A new android application, the ICN Food List, was released this month for patients who struggle with foods that trigger urinary symptoms and discomfort. More than 250 foods are categorized into three categories: bladder friendly, try it and foods to avoid. Ideal for patients with urinary tract acid or caffeine sensitivity, including: interstitial cystitis, chronic prostatitis, overactive bladder, bladder pain syndrome, chemo cystitis, ketamine cystitis and urethral syndrome.

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UC San Diego Alums Turn Ugly Christmas Sweater Line Into Booming Business

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Look around your holiday party this season and you won’t just see typical Yuletide flair—something quite bold and different may catch your eye. The “ugly Christmas sweater” has emerged as a holiday necessity, and according to Tipsy Elves founders – Nicklaus Morton, a 2005 graduate of UC San Diego, and Evan Mendelsohn, who graduated in 2006 – the trend is here to stay.

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HardTech Labs, La Jolla Institute Partner to Develop Health and Wellness Technology

HardTech Labs LLC (HTL) has partnered with La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology (LJI) to establish a joint venture, HTL Life, that will converge HTL’s existing focus on software and hardware with LJI’s expertise in life sciences to develop next generation technologies for human health and wellness.

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Savonix Raises $1.5 Million in Seed Round Funding Led by Roundglass Partners

/PRNewswire/ -- Savonix Inc., (http://www.savonix.com), the developer of an evidence-based digital neuro-cognitive assessment and brain health platform, announced today the closing of $1.5 million in seed round funding. Savonix plans to use the investment to hire key talent and to launch and scale its flagship assessment product. RoundGlass Partners led the financing round with additional participation from Kickstart Seed Fund, BMNT Capital, and strategic San Francisco-based angel investors Bandel Carano and Connecticut based, Ed Glassmeyer, among others.

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Ames Laboratory-Developed Titanium Powder Processing Gains International Customer Base

Titanium powder created with Ames Laboratory-developed gas-atomization technology has hit the market. Praxair Inc. now offers fine, spherical titanium powder for additive manufacturing and metal injection molding of aerospace, medical and industrial parts. It marks the first time large-scale amounts of titanium powder are available to industry with a potential for low-cost, high-volume manufacturing.

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Reach for the Vitamin C with Fast-C® to Help with Holiday Stress, Colds and Flu Season

The holiday season may bring major stress. When this is added to winter colds and the flu your immune system is under attack. All Vitamin C products are not the same in terms of rates of absorption so check for Vitamin C with Fast-C.

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23andMe Genetic Service Now Fully Accessible to Customers in New York and Maryland

23andMe, Inc., the leading personal genetics company, today announced that its service is now completely available to people both in New York and Maryland. Previously, customers in New York could not ship saliva samples from the state, while state law in Maryland prohibited direct-to-consumer genetic testing all together.

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Technology Aims to Improve Drinking Water

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A method of cleaning drinking water with light is being tested and developed at The University of Alabama with the hope of creating a product available for homes and businesses.

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Vituro Health, Stephen Scionti, M.D., Bring Precision Healthcare and Latest Prostate Cancer Treatment Options to U.S. Patients

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Vituro Health has launched operations to offer complete prostate management services, including minimally-invasive high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) therapy. Stephen Scionti, M.D., is the leading U.S. HIFU expert and Vituro Health’s first partner physician.

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Cancer Research Institute and Ludwig Cancer Research Partner with Targovax to Test Candidate Virotherapy in Early-Phase Clinical Trials

Targovax, a biotechnology company based in Oslo, has partnered with two nonprofit cancer research organizations to test its virotherapy product in early-phase combination clinical trials.

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UCI Paul Merage School of Business Joins The Economist Events’ Cuba Summit

The UC Irvine Paul Merage School of Business Center for Global Leadership has joined The Economist Events as a supporting association for the Cuba Summit to be held December 3, 2015 at the Four Seasons Hotel, 2800 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington D.C. With in-depth insight and analysis and a distinctly global perspective, the Cuba Summit will explore the most pressing issues facing potential investors in Cuba.