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Nanoshells (Animation) - Nanoshells have a core of silica and a metallic outer layer. Because of their size, they will preferentially concentrate in cancer lesion sites. This physical selectivity occurs through a phenomenon called enhanced permeation retention (EPR). (National Cancer Institute)
http://nano.cancer.gov/nanotech_nanoshells.asp
Nanowires (Animation) - Nanowires are man-made constructs made with carbon, silicon and other materials that have the capability to monitor the complexity of biological phenomenon and relay the information, as it is monitored, to the medical care provider. (National Cancer Institute)
http://nano.cancer.gov/nanotech_nanowires.asp
New Directions for Organ and Tissue Transplantation (Webcast) - Dr. Allan Kirk will explain how diabetes, renal failure, and other end-stage organ diseases can be treated more successfully by immunologic strategies that make the body believe that the transplanted tissues are its own. A surgeon and authority on organ transplantation, Dr. Kirk will explore new methods to prevent the rejection of transplanted organs and tissues, and the development of new drugs or techniques that may improve the success of organ and tissue transplants. (September 19, 2000) To view this videocast you will need RealPlayer, which you can download for free for either a PC or a Macintosh.” Download RealPlayer (National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases)
http://videocast.nih.gov/ram/medpub091900.ram
New Strategies for the Detection and Treatment of Colon Cancer (Webcast) - Steven Libutti, M.D., discusses how colon cancer is detected and treated. He will also discuss what new detection and treatment options are currently under study to increase survival, including local ablative therapy, anti-angiogenic therapy, and new ways to deliver chemotherapy. (October 9, 2001) To view this videocast you will need RealPlayer, which you can download for free for either a PC or a Macintosh.” Download RealPlayer (National Cancer Institute)
http://videocast.nih.gov/ram/medpub100901.ram
NIH Radio - NIH Radio is a 24-hour audio service with free mp3 reports about the latest information about NIH research findings, highlights of press conferences, and health campaigns. (Office of the Director)
http://www.nih.gov/news/radio/index.htm
NINR Video/Audio/Podcasts - On this page, you can download the digital audio (mp3) and video (mp4) media files from the National Institute of Nursing Research's Podcasts. (National Institute of Nursing Research)
http://www.ninr.nih.gov/NewsAndInformation/PodCastMultimedia/
Nutritional Therapies for Age-Related Eye Diseases (Webcast) - Emily Chew, M.D., explains age-related eye diseases, their incidence and the results of recent studies regarding nutritional supplements for these conditions. The public health impact of such treatment is also assessed. Between 2000 and 2020, the number of people 65 years or older in the United States will increase from 35 million to 53 million, a 53 percent increase. This is the fastest growing segment of the United States. The public health significance of age-related eye diseases such as age-related macular degeneration and cataracts will increase. (October 8, 2002) To view this videocast you will need RealPlayer, which you can download for free for either a PC or a Macintosh.”Download RealPlayer (National Eye Institute)
http://videocast.nih.gov/ram/medpub100802.ram
Open Wide: Molecular Medicine Enters the Mouth (Webcast) - Lawrence A. Tabak, DDS, Ph.D, Director, National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, discusses studies that suggest an association between oral bacteria and preterm or low birth-weight babies, heart disease, and high blood sugar in people with diabetes. This lecture will cover oral health and the connection between oral bacteria and systemic disease. The speaker will discuss the latest research in molecular medicine and the use of salivary diagnostics as tools for health surveillance. (October 25, 2005) To view this videocast you will need RealPlayer, which you can download for free for either a PC or a Macintosh.” Download RealPlayer (National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research)
http://videocast.nih.gov/ram/medpub102505.ram
Pain and Palliative Care: More Than Just End-of-Life Care (Webcast) - Ann Berger, M.D., discusses how medicine works with other disciplines to care for the whole person to ease suffering during serious illness. (September 25, 2001) To view this videocast you will need RealPlayer, which you can download for free for either a PC or a Macintosh.” Download RealPlayer (NIH Clinical Center)
http://videocast.nih.gov/ram/medpub092501.ram
Preparing for SARS, or Smallpox, or Whatever Comes Next: Responding to Emerging Infectious Diseases and Bioterrorism Threats (Webcast) - David Henderson, M.D. discusses how the world has recently seen an emergence or reemergence of infectious diseases such as smallpox, SARS, West Nile virus, and monkeypox. What is the public perception of these diseases? How are they spread? Are we prepared if they occur close to home? How will hospital workers be protected? He discusses how the NIH Clinical Center has responded to new diseases in the past and addresses new technologies controlling the airborne transmission of disease. (September 23, 2003) To view this videocast you will need RealPlayer, which you can download for free for either a PC or a Macintosh.”Download RealPlayer (NIH Clinical Center)
http://videocast.nih.gov/ram/medpub092303c.ram

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