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January 13, 2014
04:55 EDTCGIX, CGIX, CGIX, HART, HART, HART, NURO, NURO, NURO, CANF, CANF, CANF, AMBS, AMBS, AMBS, AGEN, AGEN, AGEN, AVXL, AVXL, AVXL, SYN, SYN, SYN, CEMI, CEMI, CEMI, SRNE, SRNE, SRNE, OXBT, OXBT, OXBTOneMedPlace to hold a forum
7th Annual OneMedForum SF 2014 is being held in San Francisco on January 13-15.
News For CGIX;SRNE;CEMI;SYN;AVXL;AGEN;AMBS;CANF;NURO;HART;OXBT From The Last 14 Days
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August 27, 2015
07:15 EDTNURONeuroMetrix reports over 200,000 members assessed with DPNCheck
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August 25, 2015
07:40 EDTSYNSynthetic Biologics initiated with a Buy at BTIG
Target $5.
August 21, 2015
16:10 EDTAGENAgenus files to sell 1.4M shares of common stock for holders
Stock is issuable upon the exercise of certain warrants.
August 18, 2015
09:23 EDTNUROOn The Fly: Pre-market Movers
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07:04 EDTNURONeuroMetrix reports 'positive' clinical results for Quell
NeuroMetrix announced preliminary results from a clinical study of the Quell Wearable Pain Relief device in subjects with chronic pain. The study was an open-label, single-arm, flexible dosing, 60-day trial of Quell for treatment of chronic pain. The average age of the subjects was 56 years and 45% were female. Most had chronic pain for 1-10 years, although nearly a quarter had more than 15 years of pain. The subjects had 3 sites of pain on average and complex medical histories with arthritis, diabetes, sciatica, and fibromyalgia as the most common. At baseline, 40% of the subjects had severe pain, with the remaining 60% reporting moderate pain. The primary outcome measure was strongly positive with 81% of subjects rating Quell therapy as improving their chronic pain and overall health on a Patient Global Impression of Change scale. Secondary outcome measures were also positive with 67% of subjects reporting a reduction in use of pain medications. Pain intensity, relief, and interference, which were assessed using the Brief Pain Inventory, showed statistically significant improvement over the 60-day study period. The largest measured changes were in pain relief and interference with sleep, general activity, and walking ability.
August 17, 2015
10:40 EDTAGENAgenus mentioned positively by Agora Financial

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