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Backrest Elevation May Have Little Impact On Pressure Injury Prevention

A study published in the American Journal of Critical Care may help resolve the dilemma related to backrest elevation, finding that changing backrest elevation in critically ill patients receiving mechanical ventilation may not be as important or as ...

– American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN)

American Journal of Critical Care, March-2018; American Journal of Critical Care, May-2016

Embargo expired on 01-Mar-2018 at 06:00 ET


Can Strongly Lensed Type Ia Supernovae Resolve Cosmology’s Biggest Controversy?

Using NERSC supercomputers, astrophysicists at Berkeley Lab and the University of Portsmouth discovered how to control the effects of "micolensing." Armed with this knowledge they believe they will be able to find 1000 strongly lensed Type Ia superno...

– Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Astrophysical Journal

Embargo expired on 01-Mar-2018 at 09:00 ET


Gluten-Free Diet May Help People with Neuropathic Pain

A strict gluten-free diet may help protect against the nerve pain that some people with gluten sensitivity experience, according to a preliminary study released today that will be presented at the American Academy of Neurology’s 70th Annual Meeting...

– American Academy of Neurology (AAN)

American Academy of Neurology’s 70th Annual Meeting

Embargo expired on 28-Feb-2018 at 16:00 ET


Nut Consumption May Aid Colon Cancer Survival

A new, large study led by researchers at Yale Cancer Center shows people with stage III colon cancer who regularly eat nuts are at significantly lower risk of cancer recurrence and mortality than those who don’t.

– Yale Cancer Center

Journal of Clinical Oncology

Embargo expired on 28-Feb-2018 at 16:00 ET

includes video


Can Our Eyes Help Predict Who Will Develop Memory Loss?

People whose eyes show signs of small changes in blood vessels at age 60 may be more likely to develop thinking and memory problems by the time they are 80 than people with healthy eyes, according to a study published in the February 28, 2018, online...

– American Academy of Neurology (AAN)

Neurology®

Embargo expired on 28-Feb-2018 at 16:00 ET


Firearm Injuries Drop During NRA Conventions, Research Shows

Gun injuries fall by 20 percent during the dates of the National Rifle Association’s annual convention. Some 80,000 gun owners attend the NRA’s national convention, including many experienced users. A brief period of gun abstinence, even by exp...

– Harvard Medical School

New England Journal of Medicine

Embargo expired on 28-Feb-2018 at 17:00 ET


Genomic Analysis Underscores Need for Precision Therapies That Target Pediatric Cancer

Research led by St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital offers the most comprehensive analysis yet of the genomic alterations leading to cancer in children and affirms the need for pediatric-specific precision therapies

– St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

Nature, Feb-2018

Embargo expired on 28-Feb-2018 at 13:00 ET


Records Study Suggests Gender Affirming Surgeries On The Rise Along with Insurance Coverage

In a national medical records analysis, researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine say there is evidence that the number of gender affirming surgeries performed in hospitals for transgender individuals is on the rise, along with increased access made poss...

– Johns Hopkins Medicine

JAMA Surgery

Embargo expired on 28-Feb-2018 at 11:00 ET


Beneficial Skin Bacteria Protect Against Skin Cancer

Science continues to peel away layers of the skin microbiome to reveal its protective properties. In a study published in Science Advances on February 28, University of California San Diego School of Medicine researchers report a potential new role f...

– University of California San Diego Health

Science Advances

Embargo expired on 28-Feb-2018 at 14:00 ET


Researchers Identify Molecular Target for Brain Cancer, Develop Immunotherapy Approach to Attack It

Researchers from the University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center and their collaborators report they modified immune cells to hunt brain tumors displaying a new molecular target, which they determined is highly prevalent on br...

– University of North Carolina Health Care System

Science Translational Medicine, Feb. 28, 2018

Embargo expired on 28-Feb-2018 at 14:00 ET


New-Found Stem Cell Helps Regenerate Lung Tissue After Acute Injury

Researchers have identified a lung stem cell that repairs the organ’s gas exchange compartment. They isolated and characterized these progenitor cells from mouse and human lungs and demonstrated they are essential to repairing lung tissue damaged b...

– Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

Nature; T32-HL007586 to W.J.Z; T32-HL007915, K12-HD043245, T32-HL007843, HL110942, HL087825, HL132999, HL129478, HL134745

Embargo expired on 28-Feb-2018 at 13:00 ET


New Stem Cell Found in Lung, May Offer Target for Regenerative Medicine

Newly identified stem cells in the lung that multiply rapidly after a pulmonary injury may offer an opportunity for innovative future treatments that harness the body’s ability to regenerate. Scientists describe cells that could become a new tool t...

– Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Nature, online Feb. 28, 2018; HL007586, HL007915, HD043245, HL007843, HL110942, HL087825, HL132999, HL129478, HL134745

Embargo expired on 28-Feb-2018 at 13:00 ET


Paid Family Medical Leave in the U.S.: Good for Families, Good for the Economy

Paid Family Medical Leave: Healthier U.S. Families Within Our Reach, a new report by the WORLD Policy Analysis Center at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, provides evidence of the most effective approaches to paid family and medical leave us...

– University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Health Sciences

Embargo expired on 28-Feb-2018 at 12:00 ET


Leadership Changes at Nurse Anesthesia Headquarters Announced

Organizational changes announced that will streamline advocacy efforts on behalf of CRNAs and the patients that they care for on a day-to-day basis.

– American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA)

Embargo expired on 01-Mar-2018 at 00:00 ET


Extra Sunlight in Late Summer, Early Fall Could Help Stave Off Flu, Study Finds

People getting more rays of sunlight — and therefore vitamin D — in August and September could help reduce the severity of flu season, according to a National Bureau of Economic Research working paper co-authored by a University of Kansas economi...

– University of Kansas

National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper

includes video


Researchers Move Closer to Improved Method of Detecting Breast Cancer

Engineering researchers at the University of Arkansas have moved closer to developing an alternative method of detecting and possibly treating breast cancer. The researchers work with pulsed, terahertz imaging, a type of electromagnetic radiation tec...

– University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Journal of Biomedical Optics


Diverse Role of CDK9 Gene in Cell Regulation Continues to Reveal Cancer Treatment Targets 25 Years After Discovery

A gene discovered by Temple University researchers has proved to be an important target for cancer therapy, with the discovery of its roles in controlling cell proliferation, differentiation, apoptosis, and DNA repair.

– Sbarro Health Research Organization (SHRO)

Journal of Experimental and Clinical Cancer Research


Muscle Regeneration Compromises Stability in Muscular Dystrophy

A new study finds that muscle fibers in Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) split during regeneration to such an extreme that the muscle is weakened beyond repair. The article is published ahead of print in the American Journal of Physiology—Cell Ph...

– American Physiological Society (APS)

American Journal of Physiology—Cell Physiology


Common Knee Operation in Elderly Constitutes Low Value Care, New Study Concludes

A new Medicare records study by Johns Hopkins researchers has added to mounting evidence that a common surgery designed to remove damaged, worn ends of the thin rubbery cartilage in the knee joint brings little or no benefit to people over the age of...

– Johns Hopkins Medicine

JAMA Surgery; 73417


Obesity Not a Risk Factor for Acute Respiratory Illnesses, Study Finds

Although obesity has been considered a risk factor for more-severe cases of the flu, a new study found that it is not a risk factor for severe acute respiratory illnesses, including the flu, in children or adults.

– Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center

Internal Journal of Obesity, Feb.-2018


New Method Accelerates Studies on Carbohydrate Biology

The breakthrough may expand research on the roles of glycans in human diseases, including cancers.

– Scripps Research Institute

Nature Communications, Feb. 2018; GM093282; GM113046 ; GM103390; U1606403


Researchers Probe Gene Therapy for Frontotemporal Dementia

A UAB study shows that a gene therapy approach can help neurons remove lipofuscin, or cellular debris, in mouse models for frontotemporal dementia. The study added a gene that encodes for the missing protein progranulin.

– University of Alabama at Birmingham

Journal of Neuroscience


Patients May Live Longer after Hip Replacement, Study Suggests

Hip replacement surgery not only improves quality of life but is also associated with increased life expectancy, compared to people of similar age and sex, reports a study in Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research® (CORR®), a publication of The...

– Wolters Kluwer Health: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins

Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research


What Happens in the Brain During Unconsciousness?

Researchers at Michigan Medicine are shining a light on the darkness of the unconscious brain. Three new studies add to the body of knowledge.

– Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan

Journal of Neuroscience; Frontiers in Human Neuroscience; Trends in Neurosciences


Bristol-Myers Squibb Announces Expansion of the International Immuno-Oncology Network (II-ON) with Addition of Yale Cancer Center

Bristol-Myers Squibb Company today announced that Yale Cancer Center has joined the International Immuno-Oncology Network (II-ON), a global peer-to-peer collaboration between Bristol-Myers Squibb and academia that aims to advance translational Immuno...

– Yale Cancer Center


A Synthetic Approach to Helping the Immune System Thwart Infections

Yale researchers have developed a set of synthetic molecules that may help boost the strength of a key, virus-fighting protein.

– Yale Cancer Center


New Technique Predicts Gene Resistance to Cancer Treatments

Yale School of Public Health researchers have developed a new method to predict likely resistance paths to cancer therapeutics, and a methodology to apply it to one of the most frequent cancer-causing genes.

– Yale Cancer Center

Oncogene


保守治疗对患有SCAD心脏病的女性可能会更好

...

– Mayo Clinic


Breast Cancer Breakthrough May Have Been Found in Connecticut

A big breakthrough in the battle against breast cancer may have been found in Connecticut.

– Yale Cancer Center


'Botox' Improves Appearance of Facial Scars in Reconstructive Surgery

In patients undergoing reconstructive surgery of the face, treatment with botulinum toxin A (BTX-A, or 'Botox') can improve the final appearance of surgical scars, reports a clinical trial in the March issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery®, t...

– Wolters Kluwer Health: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery


More Than Just a Cosmetic Procedure - 'Tummy Tuck' Reduces Back Pain and Incontinence

In addition to restoring the pre-pregnancy shape of the abdomen, abdominoplasty ('tummy tuck') surgery with muscle repair can improve back pain and urinary incontinence after childbearing, reports a study in the March issue of Plastic and Reconstruct...

– Wolters Kluwer Health: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery


Novel Study Is First to Demonstrate Brain Mechanisms That Give “the Iceman” Unusual Resistance to Cold

Dutch adventurer Wim Hof is known as “The Iceman” for good reason. Hof established several world records for prolonged resistance to cold exposure, an ability he attributes to a self-developed set of techniques of breathing and meditation — kn...

– Wayne State University Division of Research

NeuroImage, Feb., 2018


Opioid Crisis Affects Children and Teens Too – Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics Outlines Strategies to Reduce Opioid Prescribing

Children and adolescents undergoing surgery can be swept up in the ongoing opioid epidemic, according to a review and update in the Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics, official journal of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America (POSNA). The...

– Wolters Kluwer Health: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins

Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics


Study: Brain Injury May Boost Risk of Alzheimer's Earlier in Life

Concussions and other traumatic brain injuries may increase the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease earlier in life, according to a study from UT Southwestern’s Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brain Institute.

– UT Southwestern Medical Center

Neuropsychology


Articles from 2017 PhRMA Foundation Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) Conference Published by Research Journal

The Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) has published three articles highlighting the work and recommendations of a national conference aimed at advancing and improving CER, convened last year by the PhRMA Foundation and the Academy o...

– PhRMA Foundation


Co-Locating Primary Care and Behavioral Health Shows Marked Improvement in Life Expectancy

The program, called STIR (Sunset Terrace Integration and Recovery), requires a 12-month commitment and encourages patients to increase their health literacy, take an active role in their care, and get to know their team of providers.

– NYU Langone Hospital - Brooklyn


Mayo Clinic Social Media Campaign Highlights Colorectal Cancer Awareness, Prevention

To kick off March as National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, Mayo Clinic today announced the launch of a social media campaign to raise awareness about colorectal cancer, and the importance of screening and early detection to save lives.

– Mayo Clinic


American Society of Anesthesiologists Offers Recommendations for U.S. Congress to Address Opioid Epidemic

As leaders in pain medicine and patient safety, the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) has proposed several ways for Congress to address the ongoing opioid abuse epidemic through the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) programs....

– American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA)


Scott Weir Named Research Recipient of 2018 Global Health Repurposing Awards

Scott Weir, Pharm.D., Ph.D., of The University of Kansas Cancer Center, is the recipient of the 2018 Janet Davison Rowley Patient Impact Research Award. Dr. Weir serves as director of the Institute for Advancing Medical Innovation (IAMI) and as assoc...

– University of Kansas Cancer Center


Professional Civility Pledge: Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ Food & Nutrition Magazine Receives Coveted Communitas Social Responsibility Award

Food & Nutrition Magazine® has been named a Communitas Award recipient for its Pledge of Professional Civility, an initiative to foster camaraderie in the nutrition and dietetics community and encourage constructive engagement among peers.

– Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics


Researchers Receive $10M Grant to Create Computational and Informatics Tools for Glycoscience

Researchers at the George Washington University and the University of Georgia are partners in a project that will soon be able to provide a way for questions asked by those studying glycoscience to be answered by big data.

– George Washington University

RR549-600/S001540


(Earth) Angels Bring Awareness and Support to Caregivers with Innovative Social Media Campaign

Hilary Van Horn, whose stepdad is suffering from Lewy body dementia, challenges everyone to make an "Earth Angel" in an awareness and fundraising campaign for the Penn Memory Center.

– Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania


Jack Martin Fund Provides Transformational Gift to Open Mount Sinai Inpatient Unit for Children’s Cancer and Blood Disease

Newly named unit is located within the Division of Pediatric Hematology-Oncology at Kravis Children’s Hospital at Mount Sinai

– Mount Sinai Health System


Richard Martin, MD, Receives Lifetime Achievement Award for Neonatal Research

Richard Martin, MD, professor of pediatrics, reproductive biology, and physiology at Case Western Reserve School of Medicine, and director of neonatal research programs and Drusinsky-Fanaroff Chair in Neonatology at University Hospitals Cleveland Med...

– Case Western Reserve University

American Pediatric Society; Society for Pediatric Research


Rush Leads Multi-Sector Partnership Build Community Health

6 hospital, Multi-NGO efforts seeks to improve health by healing neighborhoods

– Rush University Medical Center

Science News


Sandwich Battery with ‘Melty’ Layer is Safe, Robust

Engineers from the University of Maryland created a non-flammable battery from ceramic materials by using a 'melty' layer that, when cool, unites a solid-state battery.

– Maryland NanoCenter

Joule; W911NF1510187

Embargo expired on 28-Feb-2018 at 12:00 ET


DOE Seeks Industry Partners for HPC Research on Materials in Applied Energy Technologies

The Department of Energy (DOE) today announced a funding opportunity totaling $3 million to support projects between U.S. industry and DOE national laboratories related to improving materials in severe or complex environments through the new High Per...

– Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Embargo expired on 28-Feb-2018 at 13:00 ET


Image Conscious People Are More Likely to Give to Crowdfunding Campaigns

People who are more image conscious tend to support more crowdfunding campaigns according to a new study. The research, from the University of Portsmouth, says that funders who have a public profile containing a photo are more likely to be image cons...

– University of Portsmouth

Computers in Human Behavior Volume 83, June 2018, Pages 45-55


Researchers Develop Methods To Clean Polluted Groundwater

Researchers have studied the use of bacteria to break down organic contaminants in groundwater; however, this bioremediation process has been met with limited success under some conditions.

– Texas A&M University

Environmental Science & Technology, Feb-2018; Digital object identifier; Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnologia ; United States Geological Survey ; ETexas Water Resources Institute Feb-2018...


CUORE Constrains Neutrino Properties

The CUORE experiment set the tightest limits yet on the rare decay of tellurium-130, providing insights into the nature of neutrinos.

– Department of Energy, Office of Science

Physical Review Letters. [arXiv:1710.07988]


Deep Learning Technology Helps Researchers Map Soil Water Content Over Time

Historically mapping the amount of water content in soil is essential to determine whether crops will flourish, wildfires will ignite or floods will destroy the land. Employing deep learning technology to existing soil moisture data can help accurate...

– Penn State College of Engineering

Geophyiscal Research Letters


The Irish Potato Famine – Could It Happen Again?

With St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner, thoughts turn to the Irish experience of the 1800s. This includes the devastating conditions in Ireland that led many to the U.S. The Soil Science Society of America (SSSA) March 1 Soils Matter blog p...

– Soil Science Society of America (SSSA)


They’re Back! Shark Migration Kicks Off in S.E. Florida

For eight years, researchers have been tracking blacktip sharks using a boat, plane, acoustic monitoring devices, and drones. Water temperatures affect their migration patterns. In prior years, as many as 15,000 sharks were reported on any given day....

– Florida Atlantic University

includes video


Researchers Decipher the Structure of a Bacterial Microcompartment

The geometric complexities uncovered provide insights into how these mini-organs get assembled, potentially of interest for fuel production.

– Department of Energy, Office of Science

Science 356 (6344), 1293 (2017).


All the Right Moves

Argonne offers licensing opportunities for a patented refueling method that can significantly lower capital investment costs while increasing capacity at hydrogen refueling stations.

– Argonne National Laboratory


Pulsar Watchers Close In On Galaxy Merger History

Fifty years after pulsar discovery published, massive new data set moves closer to finding very-low-frequency gravitational waves, researchers say.

– Green Bank Observatory


New Invention Could Save Food Producers Thousands Annually

A recently invented device that measures relative humidity more accurately than current products could save producer growers an average of $6,500 annually and cheese producers up to $10,000 a year.

– University of Vermont


​​UNC Charlotte’s 2018 Analytics Frontiers Conference to Focus on Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning​​

The Data Science Initiative at UNC Charlotte will convene the 2018 Analytics Frontiers Conference from 8 a.m.to 5 p.m., Wednesday, March 21, at the Ritz-Carlton in Uptown Charlotte.

– University of North Carolina at Charlotte


GOES-S Weather Satellite Launch Will Provide Unique View of Lightning Over the Western Hemisphere

UAH scientists are looking forward to getting a unique stereo view of lightning in storms over the U.S. with the launch of the GOES-S weather satellite.

– University of Alabama Huntsville


Brazilian Research Leader Embrapa Taps Benson Hill Biosystems Genome Editing Capabilities to Modernize Crop Improvement

Brazilian research leader Embrapa, one of the largest plant biodiversity and crop science institutions in the world, announced a partnership to leverage Benson Hill Biosystem’s cutting edge genome editing capabilities to further modernize its R&D p...

– Benson Hill Biosystems


Critically Endangered Siamese Crocodile to Get Key Recognition as Mascot

WCS Indonesia applauds the Government of East Kutai for celebrating the Siamese crocodile as the mascot for the East Kalimantan Provincial Games of 2018.

– Wildlife Conservation Society


Secretary of Energy Rick Perry Announces $30 Million for Small Business Research and Development Grants

Today, U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry announced that the Department of Energy (DOE) will award 179 grants totaling $30 million to 149 small businesses in 36 states.

– Department of Energy, Office of Science


University Partnership to Help Nevada Scientists Commercialize Discovery

UNLV’s Office of Technology Transfer and the Desert Research are partnering to help faculty and students leverage each other’s talent and resources to transform inventions into new products and services.

– University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV)

Lifestyle & Social Sciences


For Girls Who Mature Early, Psychological Problems Last Into Adulthood

Tracking nearly 8,000 girls from adolescence through their late 20s – far longer than other studies have – a Cornell University researcher says girls who get their periods earlier than peers are likely to experience depression and antisocial beha...

– Cornell University

Pediatrics


Study: Brain Stimulation Helps Younger, Not Older, Adults' Memory

A study conducted at the University of Illinois at Chicago found that while the younger adults showed memory improvement from transcranial direct current stimulation, the older adults did not.

– University of Illinois at Chicago

Journals of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences


Can a Website Close the Gender Pay Gap?

Wellesley College is launching a website that just might help get women closer to closing the gender wage gap—by leveraging the College’s singular career education model and its network of women, widely acknowledged as the most powerful women’s...

– Wellesley College

includes video


AACSB Recognizes Clarkson University Alum and Ravenwood Golf Club Owner, David D. Reh as 2018 Influential Leader

Clarkson Alum David Reh is recognized as an influential leader.

– Clarkson University


FAU Poll Finds Floridians Support Ban on Assault-Style Rifles, Universal Background Checks and Raising Age to Buy Guns

In the wake of a mass shooting that took the lives of 17 students and teachers at a South Florida high school, a vast majority of Floridians support stricter gun laws, including a ban on assault-style rifles, universal background checks and raising t...

– Florida Atlantic University


CSU's Educational Opportunity Program Levels the Playing Field

College wasn’t always in the cards for Jevon Wilkes, having grown up in a group home within the Department of Children and Family Services in East Los Angeles. It wasn’t until high school that Wilkes began to become aware of opportunities that wo...

– California State University (CSU) Chancellor's Office


Too Few Women and Native People in Entertainment, Say CSU Professors

When the 90th Academy Awards take place this Sunday, March 4, audiences will no doubt hear about not just the cinematic achievements of the past year but also the strides made in building more diversity in entertainment. And while there has been p...

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– California State University (CSU) Chancellor's Office


Obama Foundation and University of Chicago Announce Obama Foundation Scholars Program for Emerging Leaders from Around the World

Today, the Obama Foundation and the University of Chicago announced the Obama Foundation Scholars Program, a new program at the Harris School of Public Policy to support the next generation of leaders making an impact on issues in their communities a...

– University of Chicago

includes video


Preserving Consumer Access in Pharmaceuticals Marketplace Is Topic of Symposium at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School

The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School will host an all-day symposium March 19 on preserving consumer access in the complex pharmaceuticals marketplace. The event, to be held at Carey’s Harbor East campus, is directed by Stacey B. Lee, a Carey as...

– Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School


Annual EPIIC Symposium to Feature Leading Diplomats, Scholars on the Fate of the Liberal World Order

Diplomats, scholars and activists from across the globe, including United Nations Deputy Secretary-General Amina J. Mohammed, former Foreign Minister of Poland Radoslaw Sikorski, and former Canadian Justice Minister Allan Rock, will gather at Tufts U...

– Tufts University

The 33rd Annual Norris and Margery Bendetson EPIIC International Symposium


Boston University Questrom School Dean to Speak at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Graduation

.Kenneth W. Freeman, Allen Questrom Professor and Dean at Boston University, is the featured speaker at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s graduation ceremony, Tuesday, May 22, at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore.

– Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School

Business News


Scientists, Advocates Team Up to Launch Odylia Therapeutics to Accelerate Gene Therapy Trials for Rare Conditions Causing Blindness

New nonprofit organization will bring treatments to clinical trial for people at risk for blindness due to ultra-rare inherited retinal diseases. Boston, Mass. — Scientists and advocates today announced the formation of Odylia Therapeutics, a nonpr...

– Massachusetts Eye and Ear

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