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We will be hosting our CLEAR III Final Awards Ceremony on Thursday, January 21st

during our Monthly Webinar at 8am and 2pm.

 

If you are not already registered, please use the links below.

 

8am: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7483230323796250882 

2pm: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2814668767728319233 

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The 500th and final patient in the CLEAR-III trial was randomized on 14-Jan-2015, closing the enrollment period for this trial. Sites have until the end of January to enter any remaining screens. The trial continues in follow-up with the last patient's last visit (LPLV) expected in February 2016. 

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The 12th Annual Neurocritical Care Society (NCS) Meeting will be held this year in Seattle on 11-14 September. There will be a comprehensive session on intracerebral hemorrhage, including reviews of exciting recent advances in the translational, epidemiological and clinical areas. 

Friday’s focus on ICH will provide cutting-edge science, clarity in the practice of complex clinical problems, and maybe even stir up a little controversy. Our MISTIE/CLEAR Lead Investigator, Dr. Daniel F. Hanley, will be speaking as well, on interventional treatment so you don't want to miss it. Click here for details.

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BIOS presented two posters at the 11th Annual Neurocritical Care Conference this past week in Philadelphia. Both projects featured data from CLEAR IVH, MISTIE II and ICES.  Of special note, Tiffany Chang’s poster titled “ICH Localization and Anatomic Subregion Involvement is Associated with Long-term Functional Outcomes” was recognized as one of 12 Distinguished Posters.

The abstracts for these projects are below. We have also provided links for downloading the posters. 

Thank you all for your hard work in making this ground-breaking research possible! 

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