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Israel Offers Help to India in Tackling Water Scarcity

...idea of desalination plants but most projects were shelved even before they took off," said Kulkarni, adding the choice of right technology was important given India's contaminated water. "Another fear is desalination is expensive technology. But the choice of right technology can bring down the cost to as...

Sponsor to Pull Measure Mandating HPV Vaccine

... the virus that can cause cervical cancer is being shelved by its lead sponsor//. Sen. Delores G. Kelley (D-Baltimore County) said yesterday that she plans today to withdraw legislation that would have mandated that young girls be vaccinated against human papillomavirus, or HPV, a sexually transmitted vir...

USDA Gives Go-Ahead to Market Controversial Genetically Engineered Rice, LL601

...ally after the manufacturer Bayer crop science had shelved any plans of commercialization of the crop. Joseph Mendelson, Legal Director of the Center for Food Safety,” With this decision, USDA is telling agricultural biotechnology companies that it doesn't matter if you're negligent, if you break the rules...

Pharmacists to take over Treatment of Long-Term Illnesses

...ernment bid to speed up patient treatment has been shelved following the British Medical Association branding that move as ''irresponsible and dangerous'' saying it could put patients at risk. Chairman James Johnson said that it was difficult to see how health workers who were not trained to diagnose dise...

Cancer Research UK Offers New Hope To Cancer Patients

...w treatments from anti-cancer drugs that have been shelved by pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. Under the scheme, companies will hand over molecules that once showed promise, but were never developed, and CRT will take on the clinical trials for those molecules. It is proposed that the Pharma and...

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