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Lupin Gets Tentative Nod from FDA for Antidepressant Drug

...he company intends to launch the generic (drug) on final approval, which is expected upon expiration of the marketing exclusivity (of Pfizer's Zoloft) for the product in February 2007," a company statement said here Tuesday. This is Lupin's 18th Abbreviated New Drug Application (ANDA) to have received U...

Ranbaxy Gets FDA Approval for Hypertension Drug

...-type diuretic. "We are pleased to receive this final FDA approval to market Atenolol tablets. This will further expand our product portfolio of affordable generic alternatives to the brand in the treatment of cardiovascular disorders," said Jim Meehan, vice president (sales and marketing) for Ranbaxy P...

Leave Us Alone

...isease. These persons were hospitalized during the final two years of their life. The figures cover 1999 through 2003. Their results show that on an average people spent the most time in hospitals, during the last 6 months of their life. Most of them get aggressive treatments for their diseases, whi...

Clones On the Menu

...mal. As this is the case the public may have the final say. The FDA has agreed that a final decision will only be taken after public opinion is garnered within a time period of three months. ...

Researchers Discovered the Gene Responsible for Brittle Bone Disease

... of collagen from simple protein "chains" into its final form. The well-known forms of Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI) result from a defect in the genes for type I collagen, which serves as a kind of molecular scaffolding that holds together bone, tendons, skin and other tissues. The collagen defects result...

Help of Minority Leaders Needed to Curb Polio: Ramadoss

...bility of the polio vaccine. "We want to put the final nail in the coffin of the virus. We hope polio will be eradicated in the next three years time," he added. Ramadoss said he would visit Uttar Pradesh in January to asses the situation and discuss with minority leaders about the campaign and their s...

Natural Remedies Ineffective to Ease Menopausal Symptoms:study

...aulty in structure and this research cannot be the final judgement on Black Cohosh and other natural remedies for menopausal symptoms. MST...

FDA Proposes Stringent Warnings Labels for Pain Relievers

... advice of experts. It is still not clear when the final ruling would become binding. MST...

Miracle Cancer Drug in the Pipeline

...n National University proud, as the drug is on the final lap of clinical trials. The drug which will be known by the name of Heparanase, is endowed with the power to delay the growth of cancerous cells. "The way it works is it interferes with new blood vessels growing into tumors and it also prevents the...

Balance Training Better Than Tai Chi at Improving Mobility in Older Adults

... to the starting position (rapid step test), and a final test measured how quickly they rose from sitting in a chair, walked three meters, turned and returned to the seat (timed up and go). After initial testing, the participants were assigned to one of the two fall-prevention training options. The CBST...

Polio Outbreak on Wane: Next Rounds Must Focus on Youngest Children

...on the important strategies necessary to make this final push succeed,” said Naresh Dayal, Union Secretary ... rounds and improved routine immunization. At this final stage, accelerated and very focused efforts are critical to reach each child in the youngest age gro...

Hajj Pilgrims Need Flu Shots – Says British Doctor

... will converge on Saudi Arabia to visit Mecca, the final resting place of the Prophet Muhammad. Sheikh and his co-authors also have suggested tighter surveillance to identify new strains of flu during the pilgrimage. The World Health Organization should work with Saudi authorities to minimize the risk o...

Health Care In Canada To Cost $148 Billion In 2006: Report

...onsistent with a trend in which 'the beginning and final years of life are the times when people use health care the most,' CIHI president and CEO Glenda Yeates said. 'The total public sector (spending) has basically gone up $6 billion from 2005 to 2006, so it’s certainly consistent with what you would e...

Varying Weight Training Intensity Ups Growth Hormone in Women

...y also obtained blood samples before and after the final training session 24 weeks later (chronic exercise). One of the unique aspects of the study was that it continued over a relatively long time. The researchers made these findings: ? The presence of growth hormone varied with the training regimen. ...

Dairy Farmers, Cheesed Off Over Revenue Loss from WIC Program

...The Agriculture Department, is expected to issue a final decision by next year. MS...

RU-486, The Abortion Pill, May Quell The Breast Cancer Gene

...traying high levels of progesterone receptors. The final proof came from RU-486, also known as mifepristone. It triggers human abortions by inhibiting progesterone, a hormone that is extremely important to support pregnancy. In the experiment, Lee implanted a pellet of RU -486 in some of the cancer-susce...

Registration Compulsory For Nursing Homes, Clinics – Says A New Proposed Law By Health Ministr

... 1996. However, it took some time to arrive at the final stage because there were many issues involved.' – says a senior health ministry official. He added that the registration would be made compulsory even if the establishment had registered under any other state law according to the proposed Act and tha...

New Bird Flu Cases Suspected In South Korea

...thogenic avian influenza.' Kim also added that the final results of our testing should be known on 25th of November 2006. The report comes as the farm being investigated lies on a migration path, the ministry said, where migratory birds typically pass through the Korean peninsula, heading south for the win...

Kids in Sport—Great for Fitness, but Concern About Injurie

...supported by coaches, teachers, and parents. The final paper is a study of support versus pressure placed on young soccer players by parents and coaches. The results suggest that a "supportive, mastery-oriented" approach by coaches helps young athletes derive the greatest social benefit from sport partic...

Innovative Movies Show Real-Time Immune-Cell Activity within Tumors

...ne. “We’ve taken the first real-time look at the final phase of the immune system’s response to cancer cells,” says Wolfgang Weninger, M.D., an assistant professor in the Immunology Program at Wistar and senior author on the new study. “This has enabled us to delineate the rules of T cell migration and e...

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