Thursday, March 15, 2012

Re: Medarticles Please, I need a paper from SpringerLink

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On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 11:56 PM, FJC2007 <francisco.jarac@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear Friends

Please I need the next paper:

"What the Cārvākas Originally Meant
More on the Commentators on the Cārvākasūtra"
Ramkrishna Bhattacharya
JOURNAL OF INDIAN PHILOSOPHY
2010, Volume 38, Number 6, 529-542
DOI: 10.1007/s10781-010-9103-y

Link: http://www.springerlink.com/content/4k643469w4l52875/

Thank you

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Re: Medarticles Re: Article needed

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Article send to your email=
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On Thursday, March 15, 2012 9:47:28 AM UTC+1, ritesh kumar wrote:
please provide me following articles

Production of amorphadiene in yeast, and its conversion to dihydroartemisinic acid, precursor to the antimalarial agent artemisinin.

Westfall PJ, Pitera DJ, Lenihan JR, Eng D, Woolard FX, Regentin R, Horning T, Tsuruta H, Melis DJ, Owens A, Fickes S, Diola D, Benjamin KR, Keasling JD, Leavell MD, McPhee DJ, Renninger NS, Newman JD, Paddon CJ

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2012 Jan 17;109(3):E111-8. Epub 2012 Jan 12.
PMID:22247290 [PubMed - in process]

PMCID:PMC3271868 [Available on 2012/7/17]
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22247290

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Medarticles need articles in stem cells

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I need the following papers. Thanks

1) Recent patent applications in stem cell culture. Nature
Biotechnology 25, 991 (2007). http://www.nature.com/nbt/journal/v25/n9/full/nbt0907-991.html

2) Potential therapeutic application of adult stem cells in acute
respiratory distress syndrome. Chinese Journal of Traumatology
(English Edition) Volume 12, Issue 4, August 2009, Pages 228–233.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1008127509600481

3) Skin mesenchymal stem cells: Prospects for clinical dermatology.
Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology
Volume 63, Issue 5, November 2010, Pages 859–865.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0190962209012195

4) Toward Clinical Application of StemCells for Cardiac Regeneration.
Heart, Lung and Circulation Vol 20, Issue 3, March 2011, Pages 173–
179.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1443950610009741

5) Chapter 5 Limbal Stem Cells: Application in Ocular Biomedicine.
International Review of Cell and Molecular Biology
Volume 275, 2009, Pages 133–181.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1937644809750051

6) 1.25 – StemCells. Comprehensive Biotechnology (Second Edition)
Volume 1, Pages 341–365.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/B9780080885049000386

7) 3 – StemCellResearch. Principles of Regenerative Medicine 2008,
Pages 28–47.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/B978012369410250005X

8) Therapeutic applications of embryonic stem cells. Best Practice &
Research Clinical Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Volume 18, Issue 6, December 2004, Pages 909–927 Stem Cells in
Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1521693404001221

9) Chapter Four – Current Progress and Potential Practical Application
for Human Pluripotent Stem Cells.
International Review of Cell and Molecular Biology Volume 292, 2011,
Pages 153–196.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/B9780123860330000049

10) Application of Embryonic Stem Cells on Parkinson's Disease
Therapy. Genomic Medicine, Biomarkers, and Health Sciences Volume 3,
Issue 1, March 2011, Pages 17–26.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2211425411600046

11) Identifying and enumerating neural stemcells: application to aging
and cancer. Progress in Brain Research Volume 175, 2009, Pages 43–51.
Neurotherapy: Progress in Restorative Neuroscience and Neurology
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0079612309175040

12) Mesenchymal stem cell tissue engineering: Techniques for
isolation, expansion and application. Injury Volume 38, Supplement 4,
September 2007, Pages S23–S33. 4th European Clinical Symposium on Bone
and Tissue Regeneration. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0020138308700068

13) Tissue engineering with adipose-derived stemcells (ADSCs): Current
and future applications.
Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery Volume 63,
Issue 11, November 2010, Pages 1886–1892.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1748681509007530

14) Human adipose-derived stem cells: Isolation, characterization and
current application in regeneration medicine. . Genomic Medicine,
Biomarkers, and Health Sciences Volume 3, Issue 2, June 2011, Pages 53–
62
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2211425411000069


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[socialactionfoundationforequity:15057 Sex workers in Asia 29 times more likely to be HIV infected: research

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Sex workers in Asia 29 times more likely to be HIV infected: research
http://www.mid-day.com/news/2012/mar/150312-Sex-workers-in-Asia-29-times-more-likely-to-be-HIV-infected.htm

By: PTI Date: 2012-03-15 Place: London

Women engaged in sex trade in most developing countries, especially in
Asia, are nearly 14 times more likely to get infected by HIV compared
to general women population, a new study has claimed.

The research, an analysis of over 100 studies involving nearly 100,000
female sex workers in 50 low and medium-income countries, found that
overall prevalence of HIV in these women was 12 per cent. But, they
are at 14 times increased risk of being infected compared to the
general women population, said the authors who detailed their findings
in The Lancet.

In 26 countries deemed to have a high HIV prevalence, the researchers
found that about 31 per cent of female sex workers were HIV positive
and they were 12 times more likely to be infected than women from the
general population.

The region where sex workers have greater risk of getting HIV infected
was Asia (29-times increases risk) compared to a 12-times increased
risk in Africa and Latin America, said the researchers led by Dr
Stefan Baral of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in
Baltimore.

"We identified consistent evidence of substantially higher levels of
HIV among female sex workers compared with all women of reproductive
age in low-income and middle-income countries in all regions with
data," the authors said.

"Although female sex workers have long been understood to be a key
affected population, the scope and breadth of their disproportionate
risk for HIV infection had to date not been systematically
documented," they said.

"These findings suggest an urgent need to scale up access to quality
HIV-prevention programming and services among female sex workers
because of their heightened burden of disease and likelihood of onward
transmission through high numbers of sexual partners as clients," they
concluded.

In view of the heightened HIV burden female sex workers carry in these
countries, the researchers said improvement of linkages to
antiretroviral treatment, retention in care and ongoing prevention for
sex workers with HIV is crucial.

"Considerations of the legal and policy environments in which sex
workers operate and the important role of stigma, discrimination and
violence targeting sex workers globally will be required to reduce the
disproportionate disease burden among these women," they said.

Commenting on the findings, Dr Kate Shannon and Dr Julio Montaner of
the British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS in Vancouver
said: "As the epidemic matures in many settings, with some countries
already reporting over 50 per cent of sex workers living with HIV,
comprehensive initiatives simultaneously targeting HIV prevention, ART
access, and care are increasingly vital.

"As highlighted in a recent report by the UNAIDS advisory on sex work
and HIV, removal of structural barriers (such as criminalised laws and
policies, violence) remains a necessary precondition to an effective
HIV response in sex work worldwide," they added.

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:15057 New Report Identifies Barriers To HIV Care In U.S.

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New Report Identifies Barriers To HIV Care In U.S.
http://capsules.kaiserhealthnews.org/index.php/2012/03/new-report-identifies-barriers-to-hiv-care-in-u-s/

By Shefali S. Kulkarni
MARCH 15TH, 2012, 1:27 PM
In July 2010 the White House created the National HIV/AIDS Strategy
(NHAS) that set out to decrease HIV-related health disparities, to
increase access to care for the disease and to improve health outcomes
for HIV patients.

But in order to effectively measure the success of this plan, the
Office of National AIDS Policy (ONAP) commissioned the Institute of
Medicine (IOM) to identify what indicators and data systems should be
used to measure HIV care and access to support services like public
housing. The IOM committee was also tasked to monitor how HIV care
will be affected by the health reform law — which could newly insure a
number of now-uninsured HIV patients.


President Obama marks World AIDS Day on Dec. 1, 2011 with a speech on
the national agenda to combat AIDS (White House photo).

On Thursday, the IOM released their recommendations in a 259-page
report highlighting barriers to HIV care such as delayed diagnosis,
sporadic use of antiretroviral therapy and untreated mental health
problems.

"So now the issue is: There are all these things from the national
strategy that we propose to do. How are we going to measure them? In
other words, how are we going to know that we got there, and when can
we say 'Mission Accomplished?'" said Dr. Carlos del Rio, a member of
the IOM committee and chair of the Hubert Department of Global Health
at Emory University.

Keeping the barriers to HIV care in mind, the report notes that core
indicators for continuous, good HIV care "include measures of clinical
HIV care, access to treatment for substance abuse and mental health
disorders, and access to supportive services, such as housing,
transportation, and food assistance, all of which have been shown to
influence the overall health of people with HIV."

The report also identified 12 different data systems — from the U.S.
Department of Veteran Affairs' clinical case registry to Medicare and
Medicaid claim systems — that will help to show the effects that the
health reform law and the White House strategy have on HIV care in the
U.S.

"Basically, at the end of the day, what we are recommending is that
existing monitoring systems — for example the CDC's Medical Monitoring
Project and some other projects that exist out there — be
strengthened," Del Rio said.

He said monitoring HIV care is going to be vital, especially after the
implementation of the health reform law. "There's a lot of concern
right now that HIV care, like any other care, is going to be
significantly affected by [the health reform law]. So how are we going
to know if things got better or worse? And having the right monitoring
systems are going to be critical to do that."

In addition to the IOM recommendations, the White House tapped Dr.
Grant Colfax as the new director for ONAP on Wednesday. Colfax, the
former president of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, is known for
his work tracking HIV viral loads throughout that city as well as for
improving HIV prevention and care.

Del Rio says the report "will likely be the first thing on Colfax's
new desk."

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Re: Medarticles: Need 1 full text article.

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Dear sir,

Thanks a lot.

Sudheer J.

Deserve before u desire!



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https://data.epo.org/publication-server/rest/v1.0/publication-dates/20041020/patents/EP1171141NWB1/document.pdf


On 15 March 2012 15:31, Manju <sudheerj99@gmail.com> wrote:
Need 1 full text article.

Effect of Wrightia tinctoria on the brain monoamines and metabolites
in rats
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MURUGANANDAM A. V. (1) ; JAISWAL A. K. (1) ; GHOSAL S. (2) ;
BHATTACHARYA S. K. (1) ;
Revue / Journal Title
Biogenic amines    ISSN  0168-8561
Source / Source
1998, vol. 14, no6, pp. 655-665 (2 p.1/2)
Langue / Language
Anglais
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Society of Integrated Sciences, Bratislava,   (1984) (Revue)
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INIST-CNRS, Cote INIST : 20861, 35400007413157.0090

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Medarticles: Need 1 Ebook.

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Need 1 Ebook.

Handbook of Neuroscience for the Behavioral Sciences
Online ISBN: 9780470478509
DOI: 10.1002/9780470478509
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/book/10.1002/9780470478509

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On Mar 15, 11:26 pm, FJC2007 <francisco.ja...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Friends
>
> Please I need the next paper:
>
> "What the Cārvākas Originally Meant
> More on the Commentators on the Cārvākasūtra"
> Ramkrishna Bhattacharya
> JOURNAL OF INDIAN PHILOSOPHY
> 2010, Volume 38, Number 6, 529-542
> DOI: 10.1007/s10781-010-9103-y
>
> Link:http://www.springerlink.com/content/4k643469w4l52875/
>
> Thank you
>
> FJ

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:15056 HIV consent bill may face tougher challenge in House

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HIV consent bill may face tougher challenge in House
http://www.capecodonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20120315/LIFE/203150302/-1/NEWSMAP

By TARA JAYAKAR
CONTRIBUTING WRITER
March 15, 2012
BOSTON - Physicians and AIDS advocates are debating whether a proposed
bill that would allow doctors to test patients for HIV with a simple
verbal consent needs other changes that would make it easier for
health providers to see such records.

"It's a good step that it went from written to verbal but it needs to
go further," says Dr. Lynda Young, president of the Massachusetts
Medical Society. "The other part to this is that this proposed
legislation has separate written informed consent for each release of
the information."

The Senate passed a bill March 2 changing the existing law requiring
"written" consent for HIV testing to "spoken" consent.

Supporters say the change will remove a barrier for doctors to get
patients screened for HIV.

"We want people to get tested," says Joe Carleo, executive director of
the AIDS Support Group of Cape Cod. "We want people to know their
status."

According to the Massachusetts Medical Society blog, the number of
people with HIV-AIDS has increased 35 percent from 2000 to 2009.

"Nationally, the Centers for Disease Control estimates that more than
1 million people

live with HIV, with 56,000 new infections occurring annually. Many
don't know they're infected."

Advocates of the change say it will remove a barrier for doctors
screening for HIV, but some lawmakers have their doubts the change is
needed, an indication the legislation may face a tougher test in the
House.

"We have a lot of written consent on many matters concerning health
care," says Rep. Demetrius Atsalis, D-Barnstable. "If it comes to the
House, I don't think I'd support the changes."

Atsalis said that, while he doesn't know the nuances of the bill, he
would have to be convinced by a health care provider that the change
was necessary.

"With written consent there's documentation that consent has been
given," says Atsalis.

But Young said the spread of HIV could be slowed in the long run if it
was easier for doctors to share critical test results with their
colleagues. By identifying the disease earlier, doctors would be able
to prevent the spread of HIV to others, particularly newborns.

"Patients with HIV often see a number of providers, and it's crucial
those providers know the status of where (the patients) are in their
illness or the fact that they even have it," she says. "So if they
forget to mention to this particular person it's OK for them to send
them that data, it's just a barrier for very critical patient
information."

Young said one solution would be to make HIV testing part of a routine
checkup. According to Young, having a test for HIV alongside standard
cholesterol and blood sugar tests would make that information part of
the record, and available to any doctor with that patient's record.

"A separate system for all HIV-related information makes it really
difficult and maybe even impossible when you have electronic medical
records that don't talk to each other," she says. "It's just very
difficult to keep this information in an electronic record where it
belongs so that you can share it with other providers, and then have
to carve out, so to speak, that specific information related to HIV
because you're not allowed to share it unless the patient gives
written or verbal consent."

Carleo, however, says he thinks that changing privacy laws to release
medical records is not a good idea.

"We would not be supportive of that," says Carleo.

The bill now moves to the House for debate.

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:15055 HIV-infected man given 7 years for sex with teen

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HIV-infected man given 7 years for sex with teen
http://www2.timesdispatch.com/news/2012/mar/15/hiv-infected-man-given-6-years-sex-teen-ar-1768830/

Credit: Andre Harvin

By: MARK BOWES | Richmond Times-Dispatch
Published: March 15, 2012

A 52-year-old career criminal who has been in and out of prison for
most of his life was given seven more years behind bars Thursday for
having sex with a 14-year-old girl while infected with the virus that
causes AIDS.

Andre Russell Harvin, who has convictions for robbery and other
offenses dating to the 1970s, was sentenced to 10 years in prison with
four suspended on his felony conviction of having carnal knowledge of
a minor, and to an additional year for having sex with a person
without disclosing he was infected with the human immunodeficiency
virus.

Harvin pleaded guilty to both counts in December under the terms of a
plea agreement. The latter charge was reduced from a felony to a
misdemeanor because there was no evidence that Harvin was
intentionally trying to infect the girl.

In sentencing Harvin, Circuit Judge Frederick G. Rockwell III told
Harvin that his actions were irresponsible, malicious and disturbing,
noting that Harvin's actions could have potentially resulted in a
death sentence for the young girl.

"You've got a multitude of problems," Rockwell said.

Authorities are still uncertain whether the girl was infected or even
tested for HIV. The girl's mother cannot be compelled to have her
daughter tested, and the mother has not advised authorities whether
testing was done and, if so, the outcome. The girl has since moved out
of state, authorities said.

According to a summary of evidence, the sexual encounter occurred May
10, 2011, when the girl and her mother were living with Harvin at a
home in Chesterfield County. The girl told police that she encountered
Harvin as she was leaving a bathroom in her home and he then led her
to a nearby bedroom, where they began to have intercourse.

She eventually asked him to stop because she believed what they were
doing was immoral.

Harvin, however, told police that the girl was the aggressor, and he
admitted having intercourse with her but said he stopped because he
had HIV and didn't want to infect her.

Harvin today delivered a lengthy statement to the judge, both
apologizing and accepting responsibility for his behavior but
bemoaning the fact that he's been locked up most of his life and
requires help for chronic drug and alcohol abuse and underlying mental
health issues.

"I do recognize that I have a problem," Harvin said in a rambling
address that chronicled his many brushes with the law. "I'm totally
sorry for what I've done, and not just because I got caught. I'm not
claiming myself to be victimized."

"I'm tired of coming to prison," he added. "I'm too old for this
foolishness."

Deputy Commonwealth's Attorney M. Duncan Minton Jr. questioned the
sincerity of Harvin's apology and his expressions of remorse.

The prosecutor said Harvin claimed in an interview after his arrest
that the victim was "luring me" to have sex so she could later "trap
him" and have him arrested, in retaliation for fatally shooting her
brother in Richmond a year earlier.

"I don't know that it was all that traumatic to her," Minton said
Harvin told a forensic psychologist about his sexual encounter with
the girl.

Harvin was arrested for the sex offense less than a year after a
Richmond judge dismissed a murder count against him at the request of
city prosecutors, who concluded Harvin acted in self-defense when he
fatally shot the girl's 18-year-old brother on May 27, 2010.

Authorities learned during their investigation that the teen had been
demanding money from Harvin for several months so that he could buy
drugs. On the day of the killing, the teen's mother and Harvin refused
to give the teen any more money, which angered the teen and prompted
him to force his way into the house in the city's Fulton area.

Armed with a knife, the teen kicked in the front door and rushed
Harvin. Harvin then shot the teen with a handgun that the teen's
mother had given Harvin that evening, according to evidence.

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:15054 In India, two out five female sex workers are HIV-positive

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http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/In-India-two-out-five-female-sex-workers-suffering-from-HIV/articleshow/12271596.cms

Kounteya Sinha, TNN | Mar 15, 2012

NEW DELHI: Nearly two out of every five female sex workers (FSWs) in
India could be suffering from HIV infection.

Those who aren't already infected, however, carry more than 50-times
increased risk of getting infected during their lifetime.

The region where the risk of HIV infection increased most for a sex
worker was Asia (29 times more) compared to a 12-time higher threat in
Africa and Latin America.

A study, conducted by Dr Stefan Baral from the Center for Public
Health and Human Rights at Johns Hopkins' Bloomberg School of Public
Health, to be published by the Lancet on Thursday shows that FSWs in
developing countries are 14 times more likely to be infected by HIV
than women in the general population.

The authors carried out an analysis of 102 studies, representing
almost 100,000 FSWs in 50 countries. Overall, HIV prevalence in FSWs
was found to be 12%.

In 26 countries deemed to have medium or high background HIV
prevalence, some 31% of FSWs were HIV- positive, and were 12 times
more likely to be infected than women from the general population.

"We identified consistent evidence of substantially higher levels of
HIV among FSWs compared with all women of reproductive age in low and
middle-income countries in all regions with data," the authors said.

"These findings suggest an urgent need to scale up access to quality
HIV-prevention programming and services among FSWs because of their
heightened burden of disease and likelihood of onward transmission
through high numbers of sexual partners as clients. Improvement of
linkages to antiretroviral treatment and retention in care is crucial.
The role of stigma, discrimination and violence targeting female sex
workers globally will be required to reduce the disproportionate
disease burden among these women," they added.

"When reviewing the data from the past five years, FSWs still carry
more than a 50-time increased odds of HIV infection in India. Since
HIV prevalence is a lagging indicator of prevention success, time is
needed to reveal the benefit of these programmes in terms of the
absolute burden of HIV among female sex workers in India. Nonetheless,
the disproportionate burden of HIV among these sex workers, even in
settings where progressive programmes exist, emphasizes the need to
increase coverage by increasing scale of prevention programmes and
decreasing barriers to access," is how The Lancet summed about the
situation in India.

In India, women account for around one million out of 2.5 million
estimated number of people living with HIV/AIDS. The National Aids
Control Organization estimates that around 4.9% of FSWs in India are
HIV- positive.

The estimated number of new annual HIV infections has declined by more
than 50% over the past decade. India had about 1.2 lakh new HIV
infections in 2009 as against 2.7 lakh in 2000.

While this trend is evident in most states, some low prevalence states
have shown an increase in the number of new infections over the past
two years. Of the 1.2 lakh estimated new infections in 2009, the six
high-prevalence states account for only 39% of the cases, while states
like Odisha, Bihar, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Madhya
Pradesh and Gujarat account for 41% of new infections.

The adult HIV prevalence at national level has continued its steady
decline from estimated level of 0.41% in 2000 through 0.36% in 2006 to
0.31% in 2009. In India, about 40% people don't even know their HIV
status.

The prevalence of HIV among key population at higher risk of infection
- notably sex workers, people who inject drugs and men who have sex
with men - is high in several Asian countries. However, the virus is
spreading to other sections of the population through the years.

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:15053 Join us for FREE panel discussion "Criminalization of HIV Non-Disclosure: Implications for Policy and Practice" - March 22nd in Toronto

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CRIMINALIZATION OF HIV NON-DISCLOSURE: IMPLICATIONS FOR POLICY AND PRACTICE

Date: Thursday, March 22, 2012
Time: 9:00am–12:00pm
Location: Debates Room at Hart House, 7 Hart House Circle, University of
Toronto (Map: http://bit.ly/zzo366) Presented by: CIHR Social Research
Centre in HIV Prevention

TO REGISTER PLEASE VISIT
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Join us for this stimulating discussion with international and Canadian
experts who will share their research, experience, and insight on the
criminalization of HIV non-disclosure and the potential implications for
policy and practice.

FEATURING PRESENTATIONS BY:

- Barry Adam, Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN), University of Windsor
- Catherine Dodds, Sigma Research, London School of Hygiene and Tropical
Medicine, U.K.
- Eric Mykhalovskiy, York University
- Mark Tyndall, Social Research Centre in HIV Prevention (SRC), University
of Ottawa
- Richard Elliott, Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
- Tim McCaskell, Ontario Working Group on Criminal Law and HIV Exposure
- Valerie Pierre-Pierre, African and Caribbean Council on HIV/AIDS in
Ontario

For those living outside of the Greater Toronto Area, this event will be
live streamed and will be available as a podcast on the CIHR website
following the event. Please contact Robin Montgomery at
robin.montgomery@utoronto.ca for more information.

BACKGROUND:
In Canada, criminal prosecutions have increasingly been taken against
people living with HIV (PHAs) for failing to disclose their HIV status to
their sexual partners. On February 8, 2012, two appeals (from Manitoba and
Quebec) went before the Supreme Court of Canada that raised the question of
whether PHAs should be convicted of sexual assault for not disclosing their
status in circumstances where there is no significant risk of HIV
transmission, such as when a condom is used or when a person's viral load
is low or undetectable. Depending on the outcome of hearing, radical
changes could be in store for Canadians with the expansion of criminal law
that would place every person living with HIV in Canada at risk of
prosecution for aggravated sexual assault - a charge which carries a
maximum sentence of life in prison. These legislative changes would have
far-reaching implications for HIV prevention and public health efforts,
research and public policy, HIV-related programs and services, and for PHAs
and communities disproportionately affected by HIV. Such sweeping changes
would put significant pressure on Canada's legal and already over-burdened
correctional system.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE CRIMINALIZATION OF HIV ISSUE PLEASE VISIT
http://www.aidslaw.ca/stopcriminalization
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[socialactionfoundationforequity:15052 HPVflash: Cervical Cancer Action webinars happening soon!

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Subject: HPVflash: Cervical Cancer Action webinars happening soon!
To: avnishjolly@yahoo.com
Date: Thursday, 15 March, 2012, 9:54

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Cervical Cancer Action webinars: Register for free!


Cervical Cancer Action is hosting four global webinars offering the latest information and experience in global cervical cancer prevention.

African Progress in Cervical Cancer Prevention and the Road Forward 
Tuesday, March 20 (English)--Registration deadline: Friday, March 16

Ending Cervical Cancer in Asia: Building on Advances Throughout the Region
Tuesday, March 27 (English)--Registration deadline: Friday, March 23

Global Advances in Screening and Treatment of Cervical Precancer 
Wednesday, April 11 (English)--Registration deadline: Monday, April 9

Avances en Detección y Tratamiento de Lesiones Precancerosas del Cuello Uterino en América Latina
Miércoles, 18 abril (Español)--Fecha límite de inscripción: Lunes, 16 Abril

These 90-minute webinars are easily accessible and free of charge anywhere in the world.




African Progress in Cervical Cancer Prevention and the Road Forward

Tuesday, March 20

90 minutes, beginning at:

06h00 Seattle
09h00 New York
13h00 Dakar
14h00 Geneva
15h00 Johannesburg
16h00 Kampala

Over the past five years, important early progress has been made in the fight against cervical cancer in Africa. These efforts are now gaining speed, offering the opportunity for unprecedented change across the continent. During this 90-minute discussion, regional and international experts will describe the progress made to date in Africa and the road ahead.

As a participant, you will be able to hear and interact with these experts at no charge. Access to the event will be both through the web and free telephone connections. This webinar will be presented in English.

Presenters
  • Dr. Vivien Tsu, PhD, MPH, Director, HPV Vaccines Project and Associate Director, Reproductive Health at PATH (Moderator)
  • Dr. Mike Chirenge, MD, FRCOG, Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, College of Health Sciences, University of Zimbabwe
  • Diane Summers, LLB, MIA, Senior Specialist, Advocacy and Public Policy, External Relations Office, GAVI Alliance 
  • Honorable Sarah Nyombi, Uganda Women's Health Advocate and former Member of Parliament
  • A representative of the World Health Organization
Registration information
Registration deadline: Friday, March 16


To register for "African Progress in Cervical Cancer Prevention and the Road Forward," please visit: https://cc.readytalk.com/r/oh0drgir4n6z.

To confirm the webinar time in your time zone, please visit: www.worldtimeserver.com.



Ending Cervical Cancer in Asia: Building on Advances Throughout the Region
Tuesday, March 27

90 minutes, beginning at:

03h00 Seattle
06h00 New York
14h00 Geneva
15h30 New Delhi
17h00 Hanoi
18h00 Manila 
21h00 Canberra

With its vast geographic and economic diversity, Asia has both the highest cervical cancer burden and several of the most innovative, large-scale efforts against the disease. During this 90-minute webinar, regional and international experts will discuss the unique challenges and emerging opportunities for ending cervical cancer in Asia. 

As a participant you will be able to hear and interact with these experts at no charge. Access to the event will be both through the web and free telephone connections. This webinar will be presented in English.

Panelists
  • Scott Wittet, MA, Lead, Advocacy and Communication, Cervical Cancer Prevention Programs, PATH (Moderator)
  • Dr. Neerja Bhatla, MBBS, MD, FICOG, All India Institute of Medical Sciences
  • Dr. Usha Poli, MBBS, DGO, DNB, Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology/Civil Assistant Surgeon, MNJ Institute of Oncology and Regional Cancer Centre
  • Dr. Kimberley Fox, MD, MPH, Expanded Programme on Immunization, Western Pacific Regional Office, World Health Organization
  • Tania Cernuschi, MSc, Senior Manager, HPV, Policy and Performance, GAVI Alliance
  • Dr. Julie Torode, PhD, Deputy CEO and Advocacy and Programmes Director, Union for International Cancer Control
Registration information
Registration deadline: Friday, March 23

To register for "Ending Cervical Cancer in Asia: Building on Advances Throughout the Region," please visit: https://cc.readytalk.com/r/h772v0l4my7e.

To confirm the webinar time in your time zone, please visit: www.worldtimeserver.com.



Global Advances in Screening and Treatment of Cervical Precancer
Wednesday, April 11

90 minutes, beginning at:

08h00 Seattle
10h00 Lima
11h00 New York
17h00 Geneva
18h00 Kampala
20h30 New Delhi

Building on earlier Cervical Cancer webinars, this panel will provide technical updates on early screening and treatment technologies and their global introduction. Designed for policymakers, program planners and clinicians in low-resource settings, panelists will cover the latest information on scale-up of visual inspection/cryotherapy programs, screening using molecular tests, the potential for self-sampling, and establishing effective referral and treatment systems. Global training opportunities also will be covered. 

As a participant you will be able to hear and interact with these experts at no charge. Access to the event will be both through the web and free telephone connections. This webinar will be presented in English.

Presenters
  • Julie Torode, PhD, Deputy CEO and Advocacy and Programmes Director, Union for International Cancer Control (Moderator)
  • Dr. Dan Murokora, MD, Medical Director, Uganda Women's Health Initiative
  • Dr. Usha Poli, MBBS, DGO, DNB, Assistant Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology/Civil Assistant Surgeon, MNJ Institute of Oncology and Regional Cancer Centre
  • Dr. Carlos Santos, Director, Department of Education, Instituto Nacional de Enfermedades Neoplásicas
  • Dr. Jose Jeronimo, MD, Senior Advisor for Women's Cancers, PATH
  • A representative of the World Health Organization
Registration information
Registration deadline: Monday, April 9  

To register for "Global Advances in Screening and Treatment of Cervical Precancer," please visit: https://cc.readytalk.com/r/vu7ftu3hf698.

To confirm the webinar time in your time zone, please visit: www.worldtimeserver.com.



Avances en detección y tratamiento de lesiones precancerosas del cuello uterino en América Latina
Advances in Screening and Treatment of Cervical Precancer in Latin America

Miércoles, 18 de abril


El webinario durará 90 minutos, empezando a:

08h00 Seattle
10h00 México, Perú, Colombia
11h00 Nueva York
17h00 Ginebra

A partir de webinarios anteriores en español sobre el cáncer de cuello uterino, este panel tiene el objetivo de brindar una actualización técnica de tecnologías para detección temprana y tratamiento y su introducción en América Latina. La sesión está diseñada para formuladores de políticas, planificadores de programas y profesionales de clínica en la región. Las y los panelistas cubrirán la información más reciente, incluyendo ampliación de programas de inspección visual/crioterapia, detección mediante el uso de pruebas moleculares, potencial para auto-muestreo y establecimiento de sistemas efectivos de referencia y tratamiento. También se cubrirán oportunidades regionales para capacitación.

Como participante usted podrá escuchar a especialistas e interactuar con estas personas sin costo alguno. El acceso al evento será tanto a través de internet como por medio de conexiones telefónicas gratuitas. Este webinario será presentado en español.

El panel
  • Dr. José Jerónimo, MD, Asesor Principal para Cánceres de Mujeres, PATH (Moderador)
  • Sra. Silvana Luciani, MHSc, Asesora, Prevención y Control de Enfermedades Crónicas, Área de Vigilancia Sanitaria, Prevención y Control de Enfermedades, Organización Panamericana de la Salud
  • Dr. Rufino Luna, PhD, MPA, Director para Cánceres de Mujeres, Secretaría de Salud, México
  • Dra. Mirella Loustalot, Co-director de Salud Reproductiva, Secretaría de Salud, México 
  • Dr. Mauricio González, MD, Ginecólogo Oncólogo, Médico Especialista, Clínica de Ginecología Oncológica, Instituto Nacional de Cancerología, Bogotá, Colombia
  • Dra. Lucrecia Peinado, MD, Directora de Programa, Unión Internacional Contra el Cáncer
Inscripción
Fecha límite de inscripción: Lunes, 16 Abril

Le invitamos a inscribirse en el webinario "Avances en detección y tratamiento de lesiones precancerosas del cuello uterino en América Latina:" https://cc.readytalk.com/r/f0ta0cx12hqm.

Para confirmar la hora en su área, por favor visite:
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Medarticles Please, I need a paper from SpringerLink

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Please I need the next paper:

"What the Cārvākas Originally Meant
More on the Commentators on the Cārvākasūtra"
Ramkrishna Bhattacharya
JOURNAL OF INDIAN PHILOSOPHY
2010, Volume 38, Number 6, 529-542
DOI: 10.1007/s10781-010-9103-y

Link: http://www.springerlink.com/content/4k643469w4l52875/

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On 15 March 2012 16:35, Ragini .Kedar Bhave <raginidange@gmail.com> wrote:

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Can anybody send me the following article please?


http://www.springerlink.com/content/g31613789h06073w/  


METHODS IN CELL SCIENCE

Volume 17, Number 11-15DOI: 10.1007/BF00981880


GENETICS — CELLULAR IMMORTALITY

Detection of telomerase activity in human cells and tumors by a telomeric repeat amplification protocol (TRAP)

Mieczyslaw A. PiatyszekNam W. KimScott L. WeinrichKeiko HiyamaEiso HiyamaWoodring E. Wrightand Jerry W. Shay


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