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Brazil Will Purchase Merck’s Antiretroviral If Price Not Lowere

...al emergency" and issue compulsory licenses on any grounds without consulting the foreign patent owner. Merck spokesperson Amy Rose said the company "does not believe compulsory licensing is in the best interest of patients," adding that Merck is committed to reaching an agreement with Brazil. Brazil and ...

NRI Threatens to Move US Congress for Justice in India

...nt Ashok Chowdhury and secretary D.K. Ghosh on the grounds that he was an NRI and a US citizen and so not ent...to Saha, the ruling was blatantly wrong on several grounds and the judgement simply discriminatory. "The judge assumed that I'm a US citizen on the basis of...

Research on Fruit Bats

...nse of smell. During the flights to the foraging grounds at dusk and the return to the daytime roost at dawn, the animals navigate solely by vision. On moonless nights, fruit bats cannot fly and stay hungry. Visual navigation at twilight and sometimes also during the daytime did not fit the older view that...

Maninder Says Wrist Injuries Were Sustained Accidentally

...May 23, he was granted bail by a city court on the grounds that the quantity of narcotics recovered from him was very small. The Narcotics Branch of Delhi Police recovered around 1.5 grams of the contraband, with international market price of about 5,000 rupees, from Singhs possession at the time of arrest...

China Turning Tables on the US on Food Import

...arlier Chinese products were rejected by the US on grounds of it being tainted and dangerous. The food inspectors at the port of Ningbo and Shenzhen found bacteria and sulfur dioxide in products shipped by three American companies. The companies are K-Max Health Products Co. of Industry, Calif., CMO Distri...

Maninder Singh Hospitalised After Suicide Attempt

... was granted bail on May 23 by a city court on the grounds that the quantity of narcotics recovered from him was very small. Around 1.5 grams of the contraband, with international market price of about Rs 5,000, was found in his possession at the time of arrest from his Gagan Apartments flat in Defence En...

Doctors Condemn Any Attempt to Dilute Smoking Ban

...trongly objected to this proposed amendment on the grounds that artistic integrity of a performance is not a valid argument to allow smoking when the whole basis of the smoking legislation is to protect the public and all workers from the dangers of passive smoking. 'We are urging politicians to throw out ...

Asthmatics Arrived in Hyderabad to Take Fish Medicine

... 'fish prasadam', which will be held at exhibition grounds here Friday and Saturday. Police have tightened the security in the area. Metal detectors and closed circuit television cameras have been installed in the light of last month's bomb blast at the historic Mecca Masjid here that had claimed nine live...

Fate of France's Cheeses in Doubt as Producers Cite Health Risks

... to using treated milk for their top brands on the grounds that it is safer. In so doing they have had to surrender the coveted "Appellation d'Origine Controlee" status, which is normally seen both as a certificate of authenticity and a vital boost for sales. It is the first time ever in France that a ch...

Performance of Mental Tasks Affected by Sexual Orientation

...in a car but that old age does not discriminate on grounds of sexual orientation and withers all mens minds a... However age was found to discriminate on gender grounds but not sexual orientation. The study found that mens mental abilities declined faster than womens a...

Drinking Three or More Cups of Tea a Day Reduces Heart Attack Risk

...inking water, researchers said. There are strong grounds to suggest that taking three or more cups of tea can reduce the risk of heart attacks. According to researcher Dr Carrie Ruxton from King's College London, it is a wrong belief that tea leads to dehydration. "Tea is better than water as it conta...

Denial of Treatment for HIV Infected Child Sparks Outrage

...and SSKM referred him back to the MCH on May 3, on grounds that the boy was "treated previously in the department of paediatric surgery" of that hospital. "It is a shame that doctors at three government hospitals have refused to perform essential surgery because of the unfounded fear of spread of HIV. This...

Beware Weight Loss Drugs, Say Canadian Experts

...fe and nothing is 100 per cent safe there are no grounds for keeping it on the market."...

Hundreds of Children Exposed to Pesticide in US

...icials later found five other pesticides on school grounds and fined the apple grower for forging his applicator's license. Two years ago, 600 students and staff members were evacuated from an Edinburg, Texas, elementary school after pesticides drifted from a cotton field into the school's air conditionin...

GlaxoSmithKline, Brazil Expected To Sign Deal on Providing Antiretroviral at Reduced Cost

...al emergency" and issue compulsory licenses on any grounds without consulting the foreign patent owner. Brazilian Health Minister Jose Gomes Temporao late last month signed a decree declaring that the country would purchase from an India-based drug maker a generic version of Efavirenz if Merck did not offer ...

Pregnant Irish Teenager Wins the Right to Abort

...at of suicide. The law does not permit abortion on grounds of foetal abnormality. The Irish Republic has a ...ow ruled there were no statutory or constitutional grounds for preventing the teenager from travelling to Britain for the operation....

Brazilian President Silva Issues Compulsory License for Merck's Antiretroviral Efavirenz

...al emergency" and issue compulsory licenses on any grounds without consulting the foreign patent owner. Brazilian Health Minister Jose Gomes Temporao late last month signed a decree declaring that the country would purchase from an India-based drug maker a generic version of Efavirenz if Merck did not offer ...

Irish Teenager Fights for the Right to Abort

...at of suicide. The law does not permit abortion on grounds of fetal abnormality. Most women seeking an abortion get around the ban by going to England. But Miss D has been in the care of the Health Service Executive (HSE) since March and it asked the police to prevent her from traveling. Opening the case...

NRI Threatens to Move US Congress for Justice in India

...nt Ashok Chowdhury and secretary D.K. Ghosh on the grounds that he was an NRI and a US citizen and so not ent...to Saha, the ruling was blatantly wrong on several grounds and the judgement simply discriminatory. "The judge assumed that I'm a US citizen on the basis of...

Uganda Bans Plastic Bags, Still a Tough Battle Lies Ahead

.... In the slums and shanties buveera are breeding grounds for disease. With no mains water and no sewerage system, the bags are used as toilets. Flying latrines they are called, because when you have filled them, you throw them as far away as you can. And when the rains come and wash them out there is a...

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