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LASIK Advances to A New Level

Dr. Kevin Niksarli is Medical Director at the Manhattan LASIK Center.
Top New York Laser Eye Surgeon utilizes bladeles laser fo fast and safest outcomes. The most advanced technology in Laser Eye Surgery, called INTRALASE Femto-second Laser, provides a new level of assurance about the safety and effectiveness of LASIK surgery. With IntraLase, a special laser is used to gently reshape the corneal surface, resulting in improved vision, 20/20 in most cases. During the procedure, two different lasers are used, and it is also called “bladeless” or “all-laser” LASIK. Dr. Kevin Niksarli of Manhattan Lasik Center, who has been performing LASIK for over a decade, has been using INTRALASE, as one of the first LASIK centers, to adopt this most advanced technology.

Economic Impact of the Biopharmaceutical Sector*

ImagePharmaceutical research and biotechnology companies remain an economic force throughout New York, and a new study shows the industry has strong potential for continued long-term growth. An analysis of the impact of the biopharmaceutical sector on the economy of New York, using data primarily from 2006, indicates that the biopharmaceutical industry generated $29.1 billion in total output, of which $16.0 billion was generated from direct employment. New York State is responsible for 6.8% of all direct biopharmaceutical output nationally.

The Turkish Heart Study

Ayşe Önal Zamboğlu- San Francisco
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Turkish American High-Tech Professionals welcomed a very special guest, Prof. Robert Mahley. Dr. Mahley is a renowned expert on heart disease, cholesterol metabolism and, more recently, Alzheimer's disease, and is the president of the J. David Gladstone Institutes, director of the Gladstone Institute of Cardiovascular Disease, and professor of pathology and medicine at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF).
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