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$350 Million Prescription Drug Case Settlement Announced Today By Spector Roseman Kodroff & Willis, PC

McKesson Corporation, one of the nation's largest drug wholesalers, announced it would pay $350 million to consumers and health insurers, who were overcharged for several hundred prescription drug

Methods For Conducting Magnetic Resonance Angiography Safely In Patients With Contraindications To Gadolinium

Nephrogenic systemic fibrosis (NSF) was first recognized in 1997 and described in 2000, and its association with gadolinium contrast agents was recognized in 2006. NSF is characterized by

A New Era In Management Of Traumatic Disruptions Of The Thoracic Aorta

Traumatic disruptions of the thoracic aorta are often life-threatening, and traditional open repair carries the risks of significantmorbidity and mortality. These patients routinely have multiple

Encouraging News Regarding Cell Treatments For Lower Limb Ischemia And Repopulating The Weakened Myocardium

As presented at the VEITHsymposium by Alan Dardik, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery at the Yale University School ofMedicine in New Haven, Connecticut, well-publicized clinical trials

Hybrid Technology Offers Chance Of Detecting Cancer And Other Diseases At Inception

The earlier cancer is diagnosed, the better the chance of effecting a cure. A revolutionary new hybrid technology offers the possibility of detecting this and other diseases right at inception.

Family Research Council Criticizes Obama Pick For HHS Secretary On Basis Of Abortion Position

The conservative group Family Research Council said President-elect Barack Obama's selection of former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle (D-S.D.) as

Arpida Comments On FDA's Anti-infective Drugs Advisory Committee Outcome

Arpida (SWX: ARPN) announced that the Anti-infective Drugs Advisory Committee of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has voted 17 to 2 against the approval of intravenous iclaprim, an anti

64 Million French Citizens Now Have Reimbursed Access To Non-Invasive Tool For Diagnosing Small Bowel Disease

Given Imaging Ltd. (NASDAQ: GIVN) today announced that the French Ministry of Health has concluded the reimbursement process for PillCam(R) SB and set a pricing level of 418EUR without VA

2008 Balzan Prizes Awarded By President Of Italy - Preventive Medicine: Ian H. Frazer Honoured With 1M Swiss Francs

The Balzan Prizes for 2008 are presented today by the President of the Italian Republic. During the ceremony, which takes place at the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, the prizes are presente

Siemens And Asklepios Expand Cooperation In The IT Sector

Siemens Healthcare and the Asklepios Hospitals will continue to deepen their cooperation in the information technology (IT) sector. The hospital information system, installed to date in

'Urgent Need' For HPV Vaccine In Developing World, Opinion Piece Says

While officials in the United Kingdom and the U.S. are dithering and doubting over issues related to GlaxoSmithKline and

2008 Developing World Disease R&D Status Report Shows Growing Industry Effort On "Most Neglected" Diseases

The International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers & Associations (IFPMA) has published a new edition of its Status Report on Pharmaceutical Industry R&D for Diseases of the Developing W

100,000 Mental Health Professionals To Receive 'Debt First Aid' Advice, Royal College Of Psychiatrists, UK

In response to the current economic crisis, the Royal College of Psychiatrists has announced it will be sending 100,000 health professionals special guidance on supporting patients with debt and m

Private Insurers, ER, Federal And State Agencies Fail To Routinely Test For HIV Despite National Guidelines

While the U.S. AIDS epidemic simmers largely unnoticed by most Americans, a failure to widely implement routine HIV testing continues to fuel its spread, HIV researchers and experts said. Almost 6

Leeds Researchers Reshape The Future Of Drug Discovery

Scientists in Leeds have devised a new way to create the next generation of man made molecules in a breakthrough that could revolutionise drug development. Creating new drugs to combat

'Hospital Of The Future' Report Urges Major Changes

A report released today from The Joint Commission offers guiding principles and actions for the hospital of the future to meet the daunting challenges of older and sicker patients, patient safety

Invitrogen Launches In Vivo RNAi Delivery Reagent - Products To Simplify And Enable Research On All Sequencing Platforms

Invitrogen Corporation (NASDAQ:IVGN), a provider of essential life science technologies for research, production and diagnostics, today announced the introduction of its Invivofectamine™ del

Benefits Of Early HIV Testing And Treatment For Infected Infants

Testing very young babies for HIV and giving antiretroviral therapy (ART) immediately to those found infected with the virus dramatically prevents illness and death, according to a report in the

The Government's Obesity Strategy, More Of The Same Rhetoric - British Medical Journal

Nigel Hawkes chronicles a decade of the UK Government's attempts to tackle obesity, including its latest bid to turn the tide on obesity which is so smothered in jargon that it is hard to unders

2nd Annual Stem Cell Symposium At UNSW, Australia

Friday 28 November, 2008Edumund Blacket Building, Prince of Wales HospitalCost: Free for UNSW staff and students; others $80 / $30-students This full day symposium shows the br

Medicare Must Be Addressed Before U.S. Can Overhaul Health Care System, Opinion Piece States

Fiscally speaking, the U.S. government has been living on borrowed time for decades because it has promised massively expensive benefits -- mainly Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid -- hee

Primary Care Provides Patients With Better Outcomes At Lower Cost, Urgent Need To Prevent Shortages Of Primary Care Physicians

A white paper , How is a Shortage of Primary Care Physicians Affecting

New Study Highlights Rising Number Of Type 2 Diabetes Patients In U.S., Increasing Complexity Of Treatments

An increasing number of type 2 diabetes patients in the U.S. are being treated by a progressively complex mix of therapies, according to a study featured in Archives of Internal Medicine, a JAM

Critical Gap In Global Health Covered By Primate Disease Field Guide

Why are so many infectious diseases jumping from animals to humans? Why do we have so little capacity to predict epidemics, or avoid them? Some answers, and possible solutions, can be found in the

Schizophrenia: Brain Compound 'Throws Gasoline Onto The Fire'

New research has traced elevated levels of a specific compound in the brain to problem-solving deficits in patients with schizophrenia.The finding suggests that drugs used to suppress th

Gates Foundation Awards Grant For Development Of A Database To Accelerate Discovery Of New Therapies Against Tuberculosis

Collaborative Drug Discovery, Inc. (CDD) today announced that it has received a grant for $1,896,923 from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to develop a collaborative database that will enable s

13 New Tumor-Suppressor Genes In Liver Cancer Identified By Cold Spring Harbor Science Teams

Over the years, hunting for cancer-related genes and understanding how they work has been an important, although time-consuming, exercise. At Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL), five different

Olympus Introduces New AU480 Clinical Chemistry Analyser - Optimal Results With Minimal Maintenance

Olympus Life Science Europa is pleased to announce the preview of the AU480 clinical chemistry analyser. Building on the success of its predecessor, the AU400 which has sold 4000 units globally, t

Indian Law Criminalizing Homosexuality Remains 'Major Obstacle' In Fight Against HIV/AIDS, Piot Says

UNAIDS Executive Director Peter Piot on Sunday said that an Indian law criminalizing sex between men is a major obstacle to the country's effo

TB Patient Gets New Windpipe Made With Own Stem Cells

A 30-year old Columbian woman living in Spain whose airway was damaged from tuberculosis is the first person in the world to receive a new airway engineered from tissue that was grown from her ow

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