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But we’ve found some great candidates . Wall Road Journal Examines Research Of Medical Outliers To Fight Disease The Wall Street Journal examines how researchers are studying patients referred to as elite controllers, who are part of a more substantial group of ‘outliers,’ individuals who respond atypically to an illness, frequently by managing to avoid it from progressing or by succumbing especially quickly. If researchers can figure out how elite controllers prevent developing AIDS, they might be able to replicate the defenses in other people through a vaccine or new drug.Related StoriesSt. Jude Kids's Research Hospital receives ANCC's Magnet designationHigh dosage flu vaccines significantly decrease hospitalization risk during influenza seasonBystander CPR can prevent brain damage, nursing home entrance following cardiac arrestNational Nursing Week isn’t just an opportunity to identify the outstanding patient-centred caution that Canadian nurses provide. It is also an opportunity to call focus on the part of the job in optimizing our health and wellness system. People from all walks of lifestyle are astonished at the myriad contributions that nurses make with their well-being, from guiding people through the complexities of medical system, to shaping plan that promotes health and protects populations from disease, to advocating for patient safety and quality of care, to driving important innovations in research, stated Kaaren Neufeld, president of the Canadian Nurses Association.

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