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Study Published in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health Demonstrated Once-Daily Vyvanse(R) (lisdexamfetamine dimesylate) CII Provided Significant Improvement of ADHD Symptoms for Children at 13 Hours After Administration

... or hopelessness) or bipolar disorder; has abnormal thought or visions, hears abnormal sounds, or has been diagnosed with psychosis; has had seizures or abnormal EEGs; has or has had high blood pressure; ...

Study Showed VYVANSE(R) (lisdexamfetamine dimesylate) CII Provided Significant Efficacy at 14 Hours After Administration in Adults with ADHD in an Adult Simulated Workplace Environment

... or hopelessness) or bipolar disorder; has abnormal thought or visions, hears abnormal sounds, or has been diagnosed with psychosis; has had seizures or abnormal EEGs; has or has had high blood pressure; ...

FDA Approves Labeling Change for VYVANSE(R) (lisdexamfetamine dimesylate) CII to Include Supplementary Clinical Data Supporting Efficacy at 13 Hours Postdose in Children Aged 6 to 12 with ADHD

... or hopelessness) or bipolar disorder; has abnormal thought or visions, hears abnormal sounds, or has been diagnosed with psychosis; has had seizures or abnormal EEGs; has or has had high blood pressure; ...

Novel Once Daily Anti-Epileptic Zebinix(R) Approved in the European Union

... the whole body. Patients may also experience abnormal sensations, altered behaviour or altered ... neuron activity - from illness to brain damage to abnormal brain development, can lead to seizures. Epilepsy is characterised by abnormal firing of impulses from nerve cells in the brain. ...

International Guidelines for First-Line use of Freelite(TM) in Diagnosis and Management of Multiple Myeloma to be Published in "Leukemia"

... the disease. Patients with AL amyloidosis have an abnormal line of cells (called plasma or B cells) ... that forms AL amyloid is called the light chain. abnormal free light chains can be measured in the blood in ... of patients with AL amyloidosis, the growth of abnormal plasma cells is more florid, and can be overtly ...

Mexican Department of Public Health to Launch Screening for Human Papillomavirus (HPV), Cause of Cervical Cancer

... in others, the infection lingers and can cause abnormal cells to form. While the traditional Pap smear is usually able to find abnormal cells, it sometimes misses them. A ... in women 25-65 for additional protection. If abnormal cells are diagnosed early, they can be removed ...

FDA Approves CONCERTA(R) (methylphenidate HCI) Extended-release Tablets for Treatment of ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) in Adults

... of these problems; has had depression, abnormal thoughts or visions, bipolar disorder, or ... if you or your child: develops abnormal thinking or hallucinations, abnormal or extreme moods and/or excessive activity; or ...

New Online Learning Tool Fills the Knowledge Gap on Botulinum Toxin Type B for Cervical Dystonia

... of CD -- with video depictions demonstrating abnormal movements and which muscle are involved -- ... when using MYOBLOC to reduce the severity of abnormal head position and neck pain associated with ... with cervical dystonia to reduce the severity of abnormal head position and neck pain associated with ...

Gladstone scientists uncover potential mechanism of memory loss in Alzheimer's disease

... Gladstone scientists found that A-beta triggers abnormal overexcitation of the very brain networks that are responsible for learning and memory. "Such abnormal network activity in Alzheimer's patients was ... (UCSF), and senior author of the study. "This abnormal brain activity could play an important role in ...

Calvert Research Licenses Novel Technology to Treat Age Related Macular Degeneration from Tulane University

... two types: a dry (atrophic) and wet (exudative) form. Wet AMD occurs when abnormal blood vessels behind the retina begin to grow under the macula, often ... a dual mechanism drug candidate designed to specifically target and kill abnormal blood vessels found in wet AMD patients. The lead compound from this ...

Shire and GlaxoSmithKline Enter Agreement to Co-promote VYVANSE(R) (lisdexamfetamine dimesylate) CII for the Treatment of Adults With ADHD

... (sadness, worthlessness, or hopelessness) or bipolar disorder; has abnormal thought or visions, hears abnormal sounds, or has been diagnosed with ... appetite, difficulty falling asleep, and dry mouth. Aggression, new abnormal thoughts/behaviors, mania, growth suppression, worsening of motion or ...

New Discoveries on a Fingertip Test for Screening Silent Heart Disease Promising Results of Recent Clinical Studies to be Presented during the 2009 American College of Cardiology Conference, March 29th - April 1st in Orlando

... Dysfunction Measured by Fingertip Thermal Monitoring Is Associated With abnormal Myocardial Perfusion Presentation Time: Tuesday, Mar 31, 2009, 9:30 AM ... nuclear scan. The study showed that those with coronary blockage and abnormal scan results often had low fingertip temperature reactivity. Dr. Budoff ...

Video: Allergan Announces U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Approval of Latisse(TM) -- First and Only Treatment Approved by the FDA for Hypotrichosis of Eyelashes

... class for elevated intraocular pressure (IOP), or if you have a history of abnormal IOP, you should only use LATISSE(TM) under the close supervision of your ... the treatment of cervical dystonia in adults to decrease the severity of abnormal head position and neck pain associated with cervical dystonia. ...

Cylene Pharmaceuticals Initiates Phase II Clinical Trial of Quarfloxin (CX-3543) in Patients With Carcinoid/Neuroendocrine Tumors

... is a small molecule that disrupts a protein:rDNA complex that forms in the abnormal nucleoli of cancer cells, thereby selectively inducing apoptotic cell ... as well as innovative Nucleolus Targeting Agents (NTAs) that target the abnormal nucleolus functions of cancer cells and selectively kill cancer cells. ...

New Data Suggest CIMZIA(R) (Certolizumab Pegol) Active in Treating Moderate to Severe Crohn's Patients With Fistulizing Disease

... had an inadequate response to conventional therapy. Fistulas are abnormal tunnels or tracts that develop in response to inflammation and ulceration ... fistulas may cause a decrease in absorption of nutrients from food, abnormal drainage of bowel contents into other organs, or a life-threatening ...

Spectrum Pharmaceuticals and Cell Therapeutics to Jointly Market ZEVALIN, a Proprietary, Marketed Oncology Drug

... with follicular NHL. Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL) is caused by the abnormal proliferation of white blood cells and normally spreads through the ... Lymphoma Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL) is caused by the abnormal proliferation of white blood cells and normally spreads through the ...

/C O R R E C T I O N -- Rosetta Genomics Ltd/

... of diagnostics and therapeutics. Since many diseases are caused by the abnormal activity of proteins, the ability to selectively regulate protein activity ... of diagnostics and therapeutics. Since many diseases are caused by the abnormal activity of proteins, the ability to selectively regulate protein activity ...

Breakthrough Technology Takes Egg Freezing from Myth to Dependable Reality

... now know that most eggs, even in young healthy women, are chromosomally abnormal (aneuploid). Further complicating things is the fact that the incidence of ... under the gun to procreate before her eggs were too old and chromosomally abnormal to generate offspring. That ratchets up the pressure on everything ...

Researchers develop new model for cystic fibrosis

... gene. The researchers established that piglets lacking CFTR have the abnormal ion channel activity that is a hallmark of CF disease. They also showed ... which often is the first sign of CF in humans. The pigs also have an abnormal pancreas, liver, and gall bladder, similar to CF patients. "Thus far, ...

Retrospective Analysis of Phase 3 Data Suggest Wyeth's Investigational Compound Bazedoxifene/Conjugated Estrogens Comparable to Placebo on Incidence of Abnormal Mammograms

... estrogens (BZA/CE) may experience incidence of breast tenderness and abnormal mammograms no greater than those treated with placebo. BZA/CE is an ... no significant differences in the incidence of breast tenderness or abnormal mammograms between the BZA/CE groups at any of the doses studied and ...

Celebrity Designer Ty Pennington to Host 10th Annual 'ADHD Experts on Call' Program

... (sadness, worthlessness, or hopelessness) or bipolar disorder; has abnormal thought or visions, hears abnormal sounds, or has been diagnosed with ... appetite, difficulty falling asleep, and dry mouth. Aggression, new abnormal thoughts/behaviors, mania, growth suppression, worsening of motion or ...

ProMetic announces Octapharma publication of PRDT'S prion removal resin in Octaplas(R) manufacturing process at 30th International Congress of the International Society for Blood Transfusion meeting in Macao SAR, China

... which is licensed exclusively to ProMetic, ensures the removal of any abnormal prion proteins that may be present in donated plasma. This additional ... different genetic subgroups are found but with longer incubation periods". abnormal prion proteins are an essential component of vCJD infectivity and may be ...

Non-Safety-Related Voluntary Recall of a Limited Portion of DAYTRANA(TM) (Methylphenidate Transdermal System) Patches Announced

... has family history of tics; has abnormal thoughts or visions, hears abnormal sounds, or has been diagnosed with psychosis; has had seizures or abnormal EEGs; has or has had high blood pressure; exhibits aggressive behavior or ...

/C O R R E C T I O N -- Rosetta Genomics Ltd/

... of diagnostics and therapeutics. Since many diseases are caused by the abnormal activity of proteins, the ability to selectively regulate protein activity ... of diagnostics and therapeutics. Since many diseases are caused by the abnormal activity of proteins, the ability to selectively regulate protein activity ...

FDA Approves VYVANSE(TM) (lisdexamfetamine dimesylate), the First and Only Once-Daily Prodrug Stimulant to Treat ADHD in Adults

... (sadness, worthlessness, or hopelessness) or bipolar disorder; has abnormal thought or visions, hears abnormal sounds, or has been diagnosed with ... appetite, difficulty falling asleep, and dry mouth. Aggression, new abnormal thoughts/behaviors, mania, growth suppression, worsening of motion or ...

Proteolix's Carfilzomib Receives Orphan Drug Designation for Treatment of Multiple Myeloma

... The myeloma cells do not make effective antibodies and instead release abnormal proteins, called M proteins. M proteins can damage the immediate area and ... WM is also called lymphoplasmacytic lymphoma because it occurs when abnormal lymphoplasmacytic cells multiply out of control, producing large amounts ...

Raptor Pharmaceuticals Corp. Enters Agreements to Advance Clinical Pipeline

... It is often diagnosed in people who are overweight, have diabetes or show abnormal serum lipid profiles. The disorder is believed to affect 2 to 5% of the ... C and alcoholic liver disease. Characteristics of the disease include abnormal levels of liver enzymes in the serum, liver cell injury, and inflammation, ...

Survey Shows Most Women Can't Separate Fact From Fiction When It Comes to Cervical Cancer Prevention

... than a quarter of women believed the Pap is accurate enough to find abnormal cells before they become cancerous, especially if a liquid-based Pap ... it causes any problems. A Pap smear can identify cells that have become abnormal due to HPV, while HPV testing detects the presence of the virus itself. ...

Surface Logix Achieves Objectives With SLx-4090 in Phase 2a Clinical Trial

... type 2 diabetes, as a high proportion of type 2 diabetic patients have abnormal concentrations of lipoproteins. In the U.S., Japan and Europe, it is estimated that there are more than 240 million people with abnormal lipoprotein levels. Of these, more than 55 million are estimated to have ...

FDA Approves Additional Dosage Strengths of Shire's ADHD Treatment VYVANSE(TM) (lisdexamfetamine dimesylate) Which May Help Physicians Tailor Treatment for Individual Patients

... (sadness, worthlessness, or hopelessness) or bipolar disorder; has abnormal thought or visions, hears abnormal sounds, or has been diagnosed with ... falling asleep, stomachache, and irritability. Aggression, new abnormal thoughts/behaviors, mania, growth suppression, worsening of motion or ...

Pharmion's Oral Azacitidine Granted Fast Track Status for Myelodysplastic Syndromes

... effects by causing hypomethylation of DNA and direct cytotoxicity on abnormal hematopoietic cells in the bone marrow. The concentration of azacitidine ... therapy, re-establishing the cancer cell's natural mechanisms to control abnormal growth. About Pharmion Pharmion is a leading global oncology company ...

Angiotech Pharmaceuticals, Inc. announces financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2009

... 44,127 (5,403) Adjustments: Non-recurring revenue, net of license fees (398) (53) (25,451) (106) abnormal manufacturing variances and inventory write-downs 896 - 896 - In-process research and ...

New method may accelerate drug discovery for difficult diseases like Parkinson's

... by tremors, muscle rigidity, and slowed movements. In the neural cells of Parkinson's patients' brains, researchers have noted Lewy bodies, abnormal aggregates primarily composed of the protein alpha-synuclein. There is currently no cure for the disease, and current Parkinson's therapies only ...

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and The International Waldenstrom's Macroglobulinemia Foundation Partner to Develop Cell Lines to Advance Research

... new treatments for the disease. WM occurs as low-grade B-cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma, characterized by B-lymphocytes in the bone marrow, and an abnormal level of the protein monoclonal immunoglobulin M (IgM). Though the disease is slow-growing, a curative treatment has yet to be developed. Cell lines ...

Scientists identify gene vital to early embryonic cells forming a normal heart and skull

... pathway, leading to treatment of heart and craniofacial malformations. About 4 percent of human infants are born with congenital malformations. abnormal heart development is the most common human birth defect, affecting about 1 percent of newborns. The researcher team also wants to explore the exact ...

Clinical Pharmacology Study With AZILECT(R) (Rasagiline Tablets) Demonstrated It Does Not Increase Tyramine Sensitivity

... with tyramine breakdown and elimination. Patients who take nonselective MAO inhibitors need to be cautious with the foods they eat to prevent an abnormal build-up of tyramine, which could lead to an episode of extremely high blood pressure, potentially leading to stroke or heart attack. This study ...

Centocor Ortho Biotech Data to be Presented at American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting

... feet (edema), lack or loss of strength or weakness (asthenia, fatigue), shortness of breath, high blood pressure, headache, joint pain (arthralgias), abnormal skin sensations (as tingling or tickling or itching or burning; paresthesia), rash, constipation and upper respiratory infection. ...

Astellas Receives FDA Approval for Use of Prograf(R) (Tacrolimus) in Conjunction With Mycophenolate Mofetil (MMF) in Kidney Transplant Recipients

... including fatal, outcomes. The principal adverse reactions of Prograf include tremor, headache, hypertension, gastrointestinal disturbance, abnormal renal function, hyperglycemia, leukopenia, CMV infection, infection, and hyperlipemia. For full prescribing information please visit ...

United States Recognizes Leading Scottish Scientist for Disease Research

... Institute for Cell Signalling at the University of Dundee , Sir Philip has advanced the field of biochemistry. In particular, he has studied abnormal protein phosphorylation as a cause or consequence of cancer, diabetes and inflammatory disease. Under Sir Philip's direction, scientists have ...

Vantia Therapeutics Appoints Rachel Morten as Head of Regulatory Affairs

... is an oral small molecule drug candidate in Phase I clinical development for prevention and treatment of dysmenorrhoea, a condition characterized by abnormal contractions of the uterus during menstruation causing severe pain. VA111913 acts by blocking vasopressin 1a receptors in smooth muscle in the uterus ...
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(Date:8/21/2014)... involves the pancreas digesting itself resulting in severe abdominal ... UK around 20,000 patients are diagnosed with the disease ... and treatment is restricted to intravenous fluid and nutritional ... of Life Sciences, who led the research, said "The ... gall stones and excessive alcohol intake combined with a ...
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