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US Senate Votes against Testing of Pesticide on Humans

...ocratic senators. “Sound science and public health protections have affirmed the safety and ethics of human data studies,’ the group said in its statement. An alternative amendment, sponsored by Republican Senator Conrad Burns, also passed the senate by a vote of 57 to 40. That version would allow the EPA to u...

Understanding Cancer Initiation Could Help In Early Detection And Prevention

...ones are able to react with DNA. In fact, if these protections are insufficient, due to genetic, lifestyle or environmental influences, then cancer can result. “Now that we have the basic knowledge about a unifying mechanism of cancer initiation, we have a greater sense of urgency to assess people at risk and...

Drinking water in America not all that safe: says report

...ection Agency's policy to withhold Clean Water Act protections from headwater and seasonal streams. Utah (79/2....n Washington, DC. Since most states lack effective protections for these waters, failing to enforce the provisions of the Clean Water Act in these waters means tha...

Health Care Benefits for Immigrants Favored by MD Court

...ted unanimously that Ehrlich violated civil rights protections afforded by the state constitution when he cut $7 million from the program that provided health care for 4,000 children and pregnant women who were recent but legal immigrants. The court found "The failure to appropriate monies for medical assistanc...

Fast-Multiplying Lawsuits Can Stymie Medical Science, Authors Warn

...esearch. Recommendations include enhancing privacy protections for patient data obtained in research projects and eliminating financial conflicts-of-interest for scientists actively involved in research related to the litigation. The lead author, Brad A. Racette, M.D., associate professor of neurology at Washin...

Royal College Issues Revised Guidelines for Face Transplantation

...rocedure. To address these concerns and provide protections for patients, the report lists recommended standards for any surgical team contemplating a facial transplant procedure. Of course, the surgeons and hospital must have the skill and ability to provide optimal surgical and medical care. There must be s...

Thailand Unfazed As US Worries Over Copyright Violations

...s so that countries can temporarily suspend patent protections on medicines to safeguard public health. Thailand has issued compulsory licenses for AIDS drugs Kaletra and Efavirenz and popular heart disease medicine Plavix. The government plans to import generic versions of the drugs from India, but could also...

Long Island Seniors Rally for Rx Affordable Prescription Drugs and Cell Phone Protections

...to pay for prescription drugs and provide consumer protections for cell phone users," said Volunteer Regional Coordinator for AARP on Long Island and Muttontown resident, Adele Klenk. "The State Senate and the Assembly have until the end of June to pass this legislation -- an excuse of running out of time is not...

Cultural Bias Against Women Hampering Fight Against AIDS in Africa

...ailing to ensure existing legal and constitutional protections for women's rights. Almost 25 million Africans are infected with the HIV virus, giving the continent the worst AIDS burden in the world. Women make up 75 percent of HIV-positive Africans aged between 15-25. The PHR study concentrated on the two A...

Thailand Unfazed As US Worries Over Copyright Violations

...s so that countries can temporarily suspend patent protections on medicines to safeguard public health. Thailand has issued compulsory licenses for AIDS drugs Kaletra and Efavirenz and popular heart disease medicine Plavix. The government plans to import generic versions of the drugs from India, but could also...

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