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Eleutherobin From Coral Fights Cancer Cells

A rare Australian coral has found to be effective in the treatment of cancer. Eleutherobin,// a deadly poison which is obtained from the coral is found to kill the cancer cells. ....Eleutherobin, which is produced from corals, to stop the fish from feeding on the corals, these toxins paralyze and kills the fish which come for feeding on the corals. The toxins were found to be 100 times stronger t...

Aurobindo gets U.S. FDA approval for Cephalexin

Aurobindo Pharma Ltd has announced that U.S. Food Drug Administration (US FDA) has approved its Cephalexin capsules USP 250 mg & 500 mg.// ....Cephalexin is used to treat many different types of bacterial infections such as bronchitis, tonsillitis, ear infections, skin infections, and urinary tract infections...The company has achieved another major milestone by obtaining the first product approv...

US FDA approved Aurobindo Pharma to produce generic AIDS drug

The US Food and Drug Association (FDA) has approved Aurobindo Pharma Limited to produce the generic version of oral Stavudine solution// 1 mg/mL, which is used in children for control of HIV treatment. Zerit (Stavudine Oral solution) is produced commercially by Bristol-Myers Squibb which has the patent for the drug which is found to be very effective against HIV. Stavudine is a synthetic thymidin...

New Technique Enables Better Nursing Of Robin Sequence Infants

A considerable improvement in the oral feeding habits of infants with breathing problems was observed in less than 11 days following institution of feeding facilitating techniques. // ..The only option for such infant’s had been the use of a feeding tube. Prolonged use of this was however was associated with an increased risk for development of gastroesophageal reflux. With the introduction of t...

Bird Flu: WHO probing possibility of human-to-human infection

The United Nations health agency is investigating the possibility of human-to-human infection in six Indonesians who recently died of bird flu//. ...."Although human-to-human transmission cannot be ruled out, the search for a possible alternative source of exposure is continuing," the World Health Organisation said in statement yesterday... ..But it also said that all confirmed cases in the famil...

Aurobindo Receives Approval from USFDA for anti-AIDS drug

AIDS patients, the world over, can heave a sigh of relief following the nod of approval from the US Food & Drug Administration// (FDA) for the world’s first anti-AIDS cocktail drug for use as a single dose. ..The drug manufacturer, Hyderabad-based bulk drugs major Aurobindo Pharma, has made combined anti-retro virals (ARVs) — Retrovir (zidovudine), Epivir (lamivudine) and Viramune (nevirapine) i...

Aurobindo Gets Tentative USFDA Approval For Its HIV-1 Drug

Aurobindo Pharma today said it has recieved a tentative New Drug Approval from USFDA for its fixed dose combination product used for treating HIV-1 infection//. ....The new drug approval is for fixed dose combination drug product containing Lamivudine, Zidovudine, Nevirapine tablets used in the treatment of HIV-1 infection, the company informed the Bombay Stock Exchange... ..The three drugs wou...

Aurobindo Pharma Purchases US Manufacturing Facility

The Hyderabad-based Aurobindo Pharma Ltd today said it has acquired a USFDA compliant manufacturing facility in Dayton, New Jersey//. ....The facility, spread over 20 acres of freehold land, will serve as the company's US head quarters, it informed the stock exchanges. ...."This purchase reinforces Aurobindo's commitment to serve US market in an effective manner," Ramprasad Reddy, Chairman of the...

Malaysian Indian Baby Suffering from Rare Disease, Pierre Robin Syndrome

Efforts are on to set up a trust fund for the treatment of a 14-month-old Malaysian Indian baby who is suffering from a rare disease.// ....L. Sreeram, who was born at the University Malaya Medical Centre, is suffering from the rare Pierre Robin Syndrome, according to reports here. The disease is a condition that is present at birth marked by a very small lower jaw (micrognathia). The tongue ten...

Aurobindo Gets USFDA Approval for Didanosine Chewable Tablets

Aurobindo Pharma Ltd today said it has received tentative approval by USFDA for its anti-HIV drug, Didanosine chewable tablets of 100mg, 150mg and 200mg strengths. // ....This is the first generic version approval for Didanosine chewable in the world given by USFDA, Aurobindo Pharma informed the Bombay Stock Exchange... ..The aforesaid product would now be available for purchase under the Presid...

Ranbaxy, Aurobinda Pharma Applauded by Annan

India's Ranbaxy Laboratories and Aurobinda Pharma were among some of the world's leading pharmaceutical and diagnostic companies applauded by UN Secretary General Kofi Annan // for their commitment to expand access to HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention. ....Annan complimented these companies for their efforts in the field of HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention after a meeting with their top execut...

Aurobindo Gets USFDA Approval for A 3-Drug Combination Pack

The Hyderabad-based Aurobindo Pharma Ltd today said it has received the tentative new drug approval for a fixed drug combination product used for anti-HIV treatment. // ....The fixed drug compbination product contains Lamivudine 150mg+2idovudine300mg tablets co-packaged with Abacavir 300mg Tablets, the company informed the Bombay Stock Exchange. ....This combination pack enhances convenience, is...

Probing Into the Reasons for Alarming Increase in Breast Cancer

London: Breast Cancer is the most notorious of cancers, going by the United Kingdom statistics. Evidently, of all the cancers diagnosed in women//, one out of three cases happens to be of the breast. .. ..The present modern day living is being blamed for this alarming increase in cancer. The present record for breast cancer is 36,939 cases in the United Kingdom, which shows that the incidence of...

Babies with Cleft Conditions, Pierre Robin Sequence May Need Extended Treatment for Poor Feeding Skills

A new study looking at the feeding skills of newborns with cleft conditions found that the prevalence of poor feeding steadily decreased within one year//, but that longer treatment may prove necessary for those with Pierre Robin sequence (PRS) or a syndrome. The study is published in the latest issue of The Cleft Palate–Craniofacial Journal...Poor feeding skills are relatively common in newborns...

Probing the Effect of Endurance Exercise on Athletes' Hearts

New study has found that endurance athletes with ventricular arrhythmias also possess dysfunctional right ventricles.//.. ..Some high-level athletes who participate in endurance sports come up with a relatively rare but dangerous condition called ventricular arrhythmia (VA). During ventricular arrhythmia, the heart beats at an abnormal rate and rhythm. Further, a recent study has shown that the m...
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