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The Edison Awards.

In addition to enabling less waste materials in the food supply chain because of the ability to provide about longer-long lasting shelf lives, 3M’s Lactic Acid Bacteria testing procedure offers processors the environmental benefits of needing less incubator space in the laboratory, and fewer waste and chemicals within their screening. We are honored to receive this Edison Award as a acknowledgement of 3M’s commitment to bring innovative answers to the food safety sector that are easy to use, more practical and even more cost-effective, said Francine Savage, vice president and general manager for 3M Food Safety.Fraser, Jr., M.D., Robert D.B. Jaquiss, M.D., David N. Rosenthal, M.D., Tilman Humpl, M.D., Ph.D., Charles E. Canter, M.D., Eugene H. Blackstone, M.D., David C. Naftel, Ph.D., Rebecca N. Ichord, M.D., Lisa Bomgaars, M.D., James S. Tweddell, M.D., M. Patricia Massicotte, M.D., Tag W. Turrentine, M.D., Gordon A. Cohen, M.D., Ph.D., Eric J. Devaney, M.D., F. Bennett Pearce, M.D., Kathleen E. Carberry, R.N., M.P.H., Robert Kroslowitz, B.S., and Christopher S. Almond, M.D., M.P.H. For the Berlin Heart Research Investigators: Potential Trial of a Pediatric Ventricular Support Device Systolic heart failure causes 280,000 deaths in adults in the usa annually.1 Heart failure is a lot less common among children than among adults, nonetheless it is highly lethal, with 46 percent of children with heart failure dying or undergoing transplantation within 5 years after medical diagnosis, according to one estimate.2 The survival rate among kids after heart transplantation is estimated at 83 percent at three years,3,4 however the limited availability of donor hearts for kids prolongs the waiting period,5 resulting in a high rate of death among children on waiting lists.6-8 Options for mechanical circulatory support seeing that a bridge to transplantation are limited for kids.