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New Drugs To Combat Mutant Bugs

...per bugs, including MRSA, has found its way to the markets of Scotland.// Clinicians welcomed the news as Tygacil, is one of the few new antibiotics to come on to the market in the past 15 years. Micro organisms have undergone mutations that enabled them to develop resistance to the existing antibiotics,...

OPPI Opposes Draft National Pharmaceuticals Policy

...rice control) will act as a barrier to our growing markets and it will lead to the destruction of Indian Pharma companies," he said. Instead of widening the list of drugs under the price control regime, the government should ensure access to basic healthcare facilities, Dangi added. Criticising the proposa...

European Commission Clears Diabetic Insulin for Pregnant Women

...ystems. The Danish company manufactures as well as markets pharmaceutical products and services. (Source: IANS)...

Foot and Mouth Disease within Control

...on all South African meat products from its export markets proving disastrous for the local industry. Strict movement control and vaccination by the department is expected to control the outbreak. Strict and permanent control measures are in place in SA to detect outbreaks early and prevent spread of the d...

Netherlands to lift livestock restrictions over avian influenza

..., around 25,000 chickens were culled and livestock markets in the region and sales of animals from nearby farms were banned. These restrictions are to be lifted today. The ministry has made an announcement this week that from September1, all poultry not vaccinated against bird flu must be detained. This ha...

“Polypill”- to prevent recurrent heart diseass

... first done in Spain and then would be exported to markets like China, at a cost that is 1/5th of that of the presently available therapies. "The fewer hoops we have to jump through to get to medicines, the more cost effective they will be," Smith said on the sidelines of the Sept. 2-6 conference, which d...

Nepal Uncorks 'Herbal Wine'

..., and a variety of local liquors thrive in Nepal's markets along with foreign beers, whiskeys and wines. Thapa says he first tasted raksi - Nepal's strong-smelling local brew with a kick - at the age of 10. Since then, he has acquired familiarity with the different concoctions brewed by different communiti...

Exubera is effective in diabetes patients with cold or flu

... Pfizer Inc. recently introduced Exubera in major markets for treatment of diabetes. It uses an inhaler developed by Nektar Therapeutics. "This information is important for healthcare providers," Professor Philippe Camus of the University Medical Center, Dijon in France, told the annual meeting of the Eur...

Acne drug may cause depression

...ses on Roaccutane worldwide." Roaccutane hit the markets in the early 1980s to treat severe acne. Over 13 million people worldwide have been treated with the drug. The World Health Organisation reports that the use of Roaccutane has resulted in 720 cases of psychiatric problems with 84 suicides and suicid...

Vaccine for ear and sinus infections to be developed…

...ritating problems unlike the other vaccines on the markets that are life saving. "We are now in an era where we look to vaccines that make life better," said Dr. Michael Pichichero, a professor of microbiology, immunology, pediatrics, and medicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center, who is leadi...

Warning on Avastin Updated

...athy syndrome in its warning.// Genentech, which markets Avastin said that the brain-capillary leak syndrome has been reported or confirmed in less than 0.1% of the estimated 60,000 cancer patients treated with Avastin. The Adverse Reactions and Dosage and Administration sections of the Avastin label hav...

Obesity Drug Advertisements Misleading Teens

...eir children are taking these drugs." Channel Ten markets Australian Idol as the place for advertisers to reach the youth and says the program is able to capture more than 50 per cent of the 16- to 39-year-old audience. Of the 1.48 million people who tuned in on Monday, 320,000 were under 16. A Ten spokesw...

New Bird Flu Virus Resistant To Vaccine: Study

.... The researchers tested 53,220 birds in poultry markets and 2.4 percent of them tested positive for H5N1 strain, up from 0.9 percent a year earlier. It was found that ducks and geese were the most common carriers, and they were susceptible to bird flu year-round. Source-IANS...

Effects Of Diabetes Epidemic On The Asian Subcontinent

... more alarming is that recent success of the Asian markets with the BPO and IT boom lifestyles of the community are changing greatly. This sudden jump in the health of the Indian community as far as diabetes is concerned has happened over an extremely short period of time. With an increase in desk jobs, long...

Joslin Diabetes Center Launches Veraxa Health

... Health, Inc. Privately held Veraxa Health, Inc. markets the Joslin Vision Network TM (JVN), a proven technology and clinical service designed to prevent blindness and vision loss for people with diabetes. Based on more than a decade of research and development by Joslin Diabetes Center, JVN is the only ...

Brain Responds Better to Name Brands

...etter understand the needs of people and to create markets which are more oriented towards satisfaction of those needs,” she said. “Research aimed at finding ways to address individual needs may contribute to a higher quality of life.” SourceEurekalert SRI...

Poly-pill – A Single Drug For Multiple Complaint

...d first be done in Spain and then would be sold to markets like China, at a cost that is one-fifth of the presently available medicines. Source-Medindi PRI...

The Outbreak of Influenza is Now Predicted

... group's consensus on the future event. Prediction markets have accurately forecast the outcomes of a wide ra...st rates. "For decades, farmers have used futures markets to make decisions about what crops to plant," says Philip Polgreen, MD, of the University of Iowa. "...

Is Excalia an Excellent Weight Losing Pill?

...r years,this pill is expected to be introduced in markets in the UK. MST...

Is Excalia an Excellent Weight Losing Pill?

...ur years,this pill is expected to be introduced in markets in the UK. Source-IANS...

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