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Arquivos Mensais: March 2010

Judge Invalidates Human Gene Patent

A federal judge on Monday struck down patents on two genes linked to breast and ovarian cancer. The decision, if upheld, could throw into doubt the patents covering thousands of human genes and reshape the law of intellectual property

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Social Networks a Lifeline for the Chronically Ill

A former model who is now chronically ill and struggles just to shower says the people she has met online have become her family. A quadriplegic man uses the Web to share tips on which places have the best wheelchair

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From the Top

As you read this issue I’m sure that you will be as amazed as I am about all the ways that members of the community reach out to serve others. This is the Support Issue, our time to highlight, thank

Publicado em Issue 60 - Spring 2010

Validation of the Human Need for Support

Part of the training in most psychology doctoral programs involves going through your own personal therapy or analysis. There are two main reasons for this: 1) It is important for psychologists to truly understand themselves in every way, especially to

Publicado em Issue 60 - Spring 2010

Sharing Your Data; Giving the Gift of a Better Life

If anyone would have told me four years ago that I would be writing this narrative, I would not have believed them. My name is Susan Gonzales and I was diagnosed with pemphigus vulgaris (PV) in February of 2006.

Publicado em Issue 60 - Spring 2010

Peer Health Coaches: Trained and Inspired to Make a Difference in the Lives of Others

After being diagnosed in August 2007 with Bullous Pemphigoid (BP), I wondered what I could do to help others who were suffering with this disease. I felt that there had to be something that I could do to help. I

Publicado em Issue 60 - Spring 2010

Annual Meeting Offers More Than You’d Expect

Most people first come to the Annual Meeting when they are in the worst throes or the early stages of these diseases, in pain, angry, alone and uncertain. Most leave having met many, many folks who are inremission,” that

Publicado em Issue 60 - Spring 2010

Law Dictates Who Decides on Care for the Incapable

It is one of those medical quandaries often faced by families dealing with older and dying parents: Who makes decisions for patients who cannot make their own and have not left written instructions?

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The P/P Registry has been approved by the Western Institutional Review Board (WIRB) and is actively enrolling participants.