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Genaera Discontinues Lomucin in Cystic Fibrosis Studies

...ratory and other diseases and we maintain a strong intellectual property position and library of over 15,000 compounds for this target." The Phase 2 study of squalamine in prostate cancer, another of Genaera's non-core assets, was also discontinued. There had been no recent enrollment in this trial, and delays ...

Discourage Less Educated Women from Conceiving , Says New Zealand Academic

...ns that there is a direct correlation between your intellectual and emotional intelligence and your socio- economic status". "Rather than talking about encouraging smart women to have babies and dumb women not to have babies, what we do need to do is make the commitment to good quality education," she said. "...

Doctors Puzzled Over Man's Normal Life With Unusually Tiny Brain

...d normal," said Feuillet. "Even if he has a slight intellectual handicap, this has not hampered his development or building social networks."...

Generic Competitor for Plavix Blocked in US

...s through Bristol-Myers. "We're pleased that our intellectual property rights have been maintained," said Bristol-Myers spokesman Tony Plohoros.Robert L. Baechtold, a lawyer for Bristol-Myers and Sanofi, said Stein delivered a "carefully thought out and well reasoned decision."Apotex said it would file an immed...

Indian-born Australian Scientist Wins Award for Stem Cell Research

...agency for the management and commercialisation of intellectual property generated within the state of New South Wales (NSW). Sidhu, an Associate Professor at the University of New South Wales, has produced a human embryonic stem cell line without the use of any animal product. The breakthrough eliminates the r...

Thailand Unfazed As US Worries Over Copyright Violations

... three patented drugs-in spite of US worries over intellectual property rights in the kingdom. "We still defend...deterioration in the protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights in Thailand." The United States criticized Thailand on Monday for steps it took to...

Clinton Foundation Eases Over-Pricing Of AIDS Drugs Once More

...esident states that while he upholds the belief in intellectual property and understands that manufacturers need to earn profits to keep the discovery and supply of AIDS drugs sustainable, that creed should not prevent essential life-saving medicines reaching those who need them in low and middle-income countries...

Yoga Enthusiasts Oppose Patenting Yoga Overseas

...the patenting of yoga. "After all, this is also an intellectual piracy stood on its head," he said. Kiran Sawhney of Fitnesolution, a fitness and yoga centre in the capital, said yoga as such can't be patented but a particular style can. "How can you patent yoga? It's knowledge. But yes, if someone has devise...

Australia Agonising Over the Problem of Cocaine Use by Lawyers

...g whatever you want and having a good time. We are intellectual enough to be able to think about risks and we are able to afford to get the pure stuff." The former wife of one barrister, who believes her marriage broke up several years ago because of his cocaine use, said it was partly about narcissism: "(You h...

Gilead's AIDS Drug Awaits Patent in India

... as it believes that it has a right to protect its intellectual property. Indian pharma major Cipla has filed a ... But Alton said: "We believe that protecting the intellectual property of companies who engage in drug research and development is a critical part of the treatmen...

US, India Join Together to Improve Healthcare in India

...e initiative includes bolstering the protection of intellectual property and innovation, so that the best class of...ing of pharmaceuticals - essentially expropriating intellectual property - that will rob these countries of access to the latest innovations in drugs and treatment ...

India to Propose Global Fund for Clean Energy Technologies

...ng institution, which will also have the rights to intellectual property. The technologies so developed may then be given to developing countries at cost, while the rich nations can access them on a commercial basis, the paper says, adding the Asia-Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate presented ...

APEC Agree to Share Bird Flu Samples

...reign laboratories last December in a dispute over intellectual property rights. While Jakarta resumed virus-sharing last month, it remains concerned about the possibility that multinational drug companies would use an Indonesian bird flu virus to develop vaccines that poor countries cannot afford. Australian H...

Exposure to Cocaine During Pregnancy Weakens Kindergarten Kids Attention

...e children did not appear to have a hard time with intellectual functioning, although they might have difficulties with language, attention, and behaviour. The researchers are still unclear as to what effects these children may have to bear later in their life. Certainly, attention and the ability to mainta...

Thailand Unfazed As US Worries Over Copyright Violations

...three patented// drugs-in spite of US worries over intellectual property rights in the kingdom. "We still defend...deterioration in the protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights in Thailand." The United States criticized Thailand on Monday for steps it took to...

Lead Removing Drug Improves Muscle Function in Lead-Exposed Children

...els. Lead is known to be associated with decreased intellectual capabilities and balance disorders among infants, children and teens. Source-urekalert SRM/B...

Cognitive Problems Occur More Rapidly in Female Alcoholics Than in Males

...dy reveals that excessive alcohol can reduce one’s intellectual abilities. This is important because this knowledge might have increased motivating power to help some individuals move away from destructive drinking. Further, the observation that women may be more sensitive to these effects could help in counselin...

Indian Court Refers Novartis Plea for Patent on Anti-cancer Drug to a Separate Board

...ntends the amendment contravenes the trade-related intellectual property rights (TRIPS) and also Article 14 of the... Patent Amendment Act interprets the trade-related intellectual property rights (TRIPS) treaty. It prohibits patents for a new form of a known substance unless that...

Ireland’s ‘Forgotten’ Patients To Be Given Better Cre

...ht patients are in psychiatric wards mainly due to intellectual disability, yet they have practically no specialist supports, the report reveals. One group of patients in Carlow were found living in a house described as: “Rundown, bleak, in poor repair and does not in any way meet the needs of this very disable...

Severe Mental Retardation Gene Mutation Identified

...ion, but it is also defining the genes involved in intellectual development. "If you find genes that are abnormal,...fied genes are involved in the formation of normal intellectual processing as well," concludes Dr. Raymond. Now that a posttranslational modification enzyme has ...

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