it's time...2016 is here!
...hello ILIU, that means knowing what to eat helps you lose weight faster...where the heck is our VP of marketing...give that guy a raise!
Big move to say no way...Several years ago, Congressman Michael Burgess (R-Tex.) proposed a bill that would keep LDT regulation out of FDA's hands. "Our goal here is to assist the HELP committee as they look at the area of laboratory test regulation," Klein said. "We're optimistic our ideas will be given serious consideration and a system where the vast majority of lab tests are overseen under CLIA will be preserved."
23 laboratory directors and pathologists, from academic medical centers like those at Harvard, Duke and the University of Utah....The labs dispute that the agency even has jurisdiction. They say that testing is a service, not a medical device. Lab executives say that other mechanisms like peer review already ensure that tests are clinically valid, and that if improvements are needed they should be done through the amendments, not by adding a second regulator.
Harvard has a problem with this...maybe iliu has less worry.
Lou Bender took this company from $8.32 down to $.35...that's an epic fail....why keep bashing a .055 company?
Each January we fat Amaricans start a diet...to the tune of over $8 billon. There has been several news headlines about a Texas company that will be able to tell via DNA testing how each of us can loose the most amout of weight as fast as possible...imagine that! How pitiful is this company... they could have been Weightloss Kings!
or serial dieters, Paleo, 5:2, Atkins and Weight Watchers are all too familiar.
Millions across the world will have tried the weight loss plans, yet failed to shed pounds and keep them off.
But, the Holy Grail of dieting could be within reach, experts believe, and it's known as 'precision weight loss'.
They say personalized diets will be available by the end of the decade.
The customized plans use a person's genetic make up to determine their food intake, and physical activities, scientists said.
Study leader Dr Molly Bray, a geneticist and professor of nutritional sciences at the University of Texas at Austin, said: ‘I think within five years, we’ll see people start to use a combination of genetic, behavioral and other sophisticated data to develop individualized weight management plans.’
Can Woodford do the same?