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Abbott Initiates U.S . Study of Absolute Pro Peripheral Stent System for Iliac Artery DiseaseAbbott announced the initiation of mobility, a clinical trial to evaluate the safety and efficacy of the Absolute Pro Peripheral Self – expanding stent system for patients with iliac artery disease. Iliac disease is a form of peripheral arterial disease , which affected the lower extremities. – The first patient was enrolled into the MOBILITY trial by John Campbell, Assistant Professor of Surgery and Medicine, West Virginia University School of Medicine, Charleston Division, at the Charleston Area Medical Center in Charleston, ‘Iliac artery occlusive disease has the potential not significant significant on the patient’s ability to carry on daily activities have, but it can also be an early sign of plaque formation ‘to be in other parts of body, said Manish Mehta, Director of Endovascular Services, the Vascular Institute for Health and Disease, Albany Medical Center in Albany, and co-principal investigator of the Mobility trial. Or exercising. Extremity discomfort and fatigue caused by walking and exercising of this debilitating disease can tremendously affect a patient’s overall quality of life, so that to find the key to effective treatment. Data from the MOBILITY trial is to iliac an important supplement be his research. ‘.

Evolution – proof insecticides may stall malaria Alwayskill only older mosquitoes could be a more sustainable malaria control, and has the potential to evolution-proof insecticides that lead to never age, according to an article in this week’s issue of PLoS Biology. Every year, malaria – spread through mosquito bites – kills about one million people, and many of the chemicals kill the kill insects ineffective, as the mosquito resistance to them developed. New theoretical work of Andrew Read and Matt Thomas and Penelope Lynch (Open University, predicts that simple changes to the way insecticides could be used to prevent the development of resistance and thus the burden of malaria. The authors argue that insecticides – chemical or biological – that kill only older mosquitoes, more sustainable way to fight the deadly disease.

In an accompanying editorial, Brawley Chief Medical Officer of American Cancer Society, explains how has method for screening prostate increased past 20 years last 20 years, spite little proof that it the lives were saved.