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Standardized reporting system and multidisciplinary team lead to best results for patients

The addition of efficacy data from FDA/EMA drug approval documents helps to improve clinical and translational study designs and facilitate development decisions

New edition provides a rich resource for students and professors from a wide range of life science disciplines

Serum MicroRNA Profiles Change as Myeloma Progresses, According to a Report in The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics

Encyclopedia of Food and Health examines key food constituents and how they can prevent disease and improve global health

Sherpath” is the first nursing educational platform to integrate content, assessment and simulations personalized to each program, course and student

Knowing the warning signs and responding with the right treatment can save lives, according to a new report published in Wilderness & Environmental Medicine

Ability to identify and stratify low vs high risk patients early in pregnancy would significantly impact prenatal care and allocation of healthcare resources, according to a new study in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology

Challenge encourages development of novel and innovative ideas for publishing research in the field of surgery; deadline for proposals October 31, 2015

New study published in the Biological Conservation wins Elsevier’s Atlas award for September 2015

Elsevier is contributing £100,000 to Cancer Research UK’s ‘Create the Change’ fundraising campaign in support of establishing the UK’s new Francis Crick biomedical research institute

Laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy is a viable and safe solution for obese pediatric pws patients, reports new study in Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases

Online course will help care assistants practice safely in today’s challenging healthcare environment

A study published by Elsevier and SciDev.Net presents an evidence-based overview of sustainability research today ahead of the UN summit on sustainable development