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DFGF held a meeting last July in Durban, South Africa, where stakeholders agreed on a series of measures to put this into practice.
The DFGF has also put up US$50,000 for a micro-credit scheme that will help people start up small agricultural businesses.
At present, the Marine Stewardship Council, which certifies dolphin-friendly tuna, is advising DFGF on how to set up a worldwide system of certification.
DFGF's community-oriented approach to conservation in Rwanda and Uganda has proven to be a resounding success.
I think DFGF can help to protect the environment and improve conditions for the miners, but there is a limit to what they can do." It isn't going to help to eradicate poverty or even improve local services, he says.
ViaCell Neuroscience's exclusive license includes rights to intellectual property covering dFGF and its use in treatment of all neurological disorders, including stroke.
Dimerized fibroblast growth factor (dFGF) is a novel combination of two subunits of FGF protein that have been linked together.
"We believe dFGF is an important protein that has the potential to be a breakthrough therapy for stroke and other neurological disorders."
Development of dFGF therapies will be conducted at the ViaCell research and development facility in Worcester, MA, under the direction of Dr.
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