One of life’s great miracles is the beginning of a new life. For some, having children is an ultimate goal in their own life-progression. Yet for people who are not able to conceive traditionally, the situation can seem dire and emotions in feeling unable to reproduce can feel devastating. The science of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) steps in where traditional reproduction leaves ff, to bring hopeful parents the successful pregnancy they desire.
With thoughts of the latest pandemic on so many of our minds, it can be useful to look to history for context and reassurance as we try to understand our current predicament. Often, it is easy to become lost in a vague picture of the developing world as the sole bearer of afflictive disease. However, a look to the past will indicate that just a few generations ago, many, if not all, of the world’s most developed cities also faced massive disease outbreaks that challenged their best abilities to contain and manage viral threats. More broadly, it is important to recognize that public health remains a transformative, ongoing work in progress for cities everywhere and at all stages of their development.
As a sudden outbreak with untold global health implications, the 2019 Coronavirus exemplifies a crisis scenario where the quality and character of the immediate response has the power to shape future efforts to tackle this incident and others like it. Seen from a global communications standpoint, the development of 2019-nCov is thematically all too familiar. As organizations and governments with the power to take up action, the need for effective communication and a coordinated, collaborative effort grows more apparent every day.
Shunee really seems to enjoy these presentations. She mentions something about digitalizing medical data, which is a bit over my head. The CEO of Novartis also discusses recreating medicines, which does not seem to really apply to me, as nobody has gotten around to worrying about table medicine yet.
October 16-18, Singapore, TAUS 2019, Mandarin Orchard Hotel Deep in the heart of the historic Mandarin Orchard Hotel in Singapore, leaders of localization and translation companies met to discuss nothing less than the very future of the industry. Unbeknownst to guests and travelers, the hotel’s conference room hosts TAUS 2019, an event where industry giants […]
What is Breast Cancer? Breast cancer is a disease where breast cells grow uncontrollably and can spread through the blood and lymph vessels. Cancer develops when the human’s genetic growth is messed up. Usually, cell growth occurs in a sequence, but when that sequence is disrupted, the cells can keep dividing and spread throughout the […]
Thank you to all for making Tuesday a special evening! CSOFT’s sponsored V.I.P. Social at the elegant Empire Restaurant Boston was a large success. We welcomed guests from around the world within the medical industry. The evening’s cuisine was paired with smooth Jazz and great conversation. All of it was made possible by our wonderful […]
On September 24th, from 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM, CSOFT will be sponsoring and co-organizing a V.I.P Social with AdvaMed at the elegant Empire Restaurant Boston. This event will be one you don’t want to miss. Not only will you make valuable connections with others in the medical technology industry, but you will have the […]
On September 23-25th, CSOFT will be attending the Medtech Conference in Boston along with 3,000 other attendees to network and share insight with medical technology industry leaders. Attendees will have the opportunity to witness more than 300 speakers discuss topics pertinent to today’s medical technology industry such as the increasing use of artificial intelligence, regulations […]
At 11:00 EDT on July 18, 2018 Joshua Hughman, Director of Business Development, Europe, who was previously the Director of Business development for our Global Communications department based in China at CSOFT International will be presenting a Webinar partnered with GALA (Globalization and Localization Association) about how he has found success in the Chinese translation […]