Monthly Archives: November 2013

LSUHSC Research Finds Combo Of Plant Nutrients Kills Breast Cancer Cells

New Orleans, Louisiana – A recent study led by Madhwa Raj, PhD, Research Professor in Obstetrics and Gynecology at LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans and its Stanley S. Scott Cancer Center was published in the November 2013 issue of The Journal of Cancer. Cutting edge research  found that a super cocktail of six natural […]

Stem Cell Treatments Help To Regenerate New Tissue That Extends Peyton Manning’s Career

New Orleans – NFL quarterback Peyton Manning, a New Orleans native is having a record season, in part to a stem cell therapy he received Europe. During the 20 10 and 2011 seasons, Manning sustained potentially career ending neck injuries that forced him to undergo conventional surgeries to repair neck discs pressing his spinal cord […]

Will future high-tech clusters match the success of Silicon Valley and Boston clusters?

New Orleans –  In a recently published article for FDI Intelligence,  Michal Kaczmarki discussed the attractiveness of creating a “high-tech hub” for communities looking to generate new sources of revenues, boost job creation and generally raise the profile of a location. Communities tend to me stuck in e “me too’ mode when considering economic development […]

P4 Medicine will improve global health outcomes

P4 Medicine started simply enough as a plan for technology to improve the quality of human life. P4 Medicine is a term coined by biologist Leroy Hood, stands for “Predictive, Preventive, Personalized, and Participatory Medicine.” It predates Romney Care and Obamacare and emphasizes that one size does not fit all or even most. The need […]

Big Projects require focus, tenacity and entrepreneurship

I read Seth Godin’s Blog a couple of weeks ago. He said: Persistence is doing something again and again until it works. It sounds like ‘pestering’ for a reason.Tenacity is using new data to make new decisions to find new pathways to find new ways to achieve a goal when the old ways didn’t work. […]