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ASTRO Awards $33,500 in Individual Grants to 41 Researchers Presenting at 2015 Annual Meeting
FAIRFAX, VA--(Marketwired - September 09, 2015) - The American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) has selected 41 recipients to receive a total of $33,500 for the 2015 Annual Meeting Abstract Awards. The awardees will be recognized at ASTRO's 57th Annual Meeting, October 18-21, 2015 at the Henry B. González Convention Center in San Antonio.

Integra Gold Appoints George Salamis as VP Corporate Development, Mobilizes Fifth Drill Rig
Integra Gold Corp. (TSX VENTURE: ICG) ("Integra" or the "Company") is pleased to announce it has appointed Mr. George Salamis, P.Geo, as VP Corporate Development to assist the Company as it looks to transition from exploration to development at its Lamaque Gold Project in Val-d'Or, Quebec.

Clementia Pharmaceuticals Inc. Announces Closing of $22.5 Million Series A Financing With Preeminent U.S. and Canadian Healthcare Venture Capital Funds
MONTREAL, QC --(Marketwired - January 09, 2014) - Clementia Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a privately held clinical stage biotechnology company dedicated to the development and delivery of treatments for people living with rare diseases, announced today the closing of a $22.5 million Series A financing led by OrbiMed Advisors with participation by existing investor BDC Venture Capital

Oxbridge Appoints BTY Group to Key Strategic Role of Lead Canadian Development Manager for $1 Billion Healthcare Real Estate Initiative
Oxbridge Capital today announced that would appoint BTY GROUP as the lead Canadian development manager for its recently announced $1 billion initiative in healthcare real estate.

A*STAR Scientists Decipher Genome Code of a Living Fossil
An enigmatic prehistoric fish has brought scientists at A*STAR's Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (IMCB) together with researchers from all over the world to crack its genomic code. Findings from the study are providing new insights into the evolutionary history of the African coelacanth (Figure 1)(1) and possible clues as to how aquatic creatures transitioned to life on land

Sticking with job you hate may lead to 'emotional exhaustion'
Staying in an organization out of a sense of obligation or for lack of alternatives may make you emotionally exhausted, a chronic state of physical and mental depletion resulting from continuous stress and excessive job demands, a new study has suggested.

'Stressful' medical tests may reduce memory
When we test older adults in a medical or research setting, it generates a stress response that hampers their memory, a new study has revealed.

How anti-diabetic drug could help cut cancer risk
In a new study, scientists have tried to solve the mystery surrounding how the anti-diabetic drug metformin could reduce the risk of developing cancer and what were the mechanisms involved.

For first time ever, study proves common genetic roots for autism, epilepsy
A team of researchers from the CHUM Research Centre (CRCHUM) has for the first time ever identified a new gene that predisposes people to both autism and epilepsy.

New evolutionary research knocks down living 'missing link' theory
The living 'missing link' theory has been knocked down by a new study that suggests some species evolve from more sophisticated ancestors.

Lowly marine worms distantly related to humans
A new research has found that two groups of lowly marine worms are related to complex species including vertebrates (such as humans) and starfish.

Kendall Allen Joins The Laredo Group as Vice President
The Laredo Group, Inc., the leading training and consulting firm, today announced that Kendall Allen, a 20-year veteran of traditional and online marketing, advertising, and publishing has formally joined the company as Vice President

Early indicators of criminal lifestyle
A new study from the Universite de Montreal has suggested that conduct disorders in preteens are predictive of eventual teenage serious violent and delinquent behavior.

How Zen meditation controls pain
Previous studies have shown that Zen meditation has many health benefits, including a reduced sensitivity to pain. Now researchers at the Universite de Montreal have discovered how meditators achieve this.

Alternative therapies 'could result in poor asthma control in kids'
A fresh study from Universite de Montreal has suggested that approximately 13 percent of parents turn to alternative therapies to treat their children's asthma.

Pathological gamblers 'more likely to commit suicide than non-betters'
A new Montreal inter-university study has shown that pathological gamblers are three times more likely to commit suicide than non-betters.

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