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Sick Swedish seagull was drunk, not affected by bird flu

SUNDSVALL, Sweden - Swedish authorities panicked when a seagull suspected to have bird flu was brought to the laboratory.// Veterinarians in Sundsvall took extra precautions in handling the bird thinking that the dreaded bird flu had made its was to Scandinavia. ..Reports of sick poultry throughout Europe prompted the Swedish authorities to take the strictest measures after the gull was brought...

GE Healthcare to Acquire Swedish Medical Company

General Electric Co is to buy Swedish medical company Biacore to complement its own healthcare division GE Healthcare, the two companies have announced. // ....The Fairfield, Connecticut-based GE will purchase Biacore, which specialises in instruments for medical research, for 3.22 billion Swedish kroner ($438 million). .... ..Pharmaceutical company Pfizer Inc, which holds a 41 percent stake in...

Swedish Biotech Licenses HIV Drug to China for Development

The Swedish biotechnology company Medivir announced yesterday that it has licensed its experimental non-nucleoside// reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NNRTI), code-named MIV-160, to the Chinese company Guangdong Lantai Viewland Pharmaceutical for the China region. Medivir will retain the worldwide rights to the product. ....Guangdong Lantai Viewland Pharmaceutical will potentially develop MIV-16...

Use of Swedish 'snus' is Linked to a Doubled Risk of Pancreatic Cancer

People who use Swedish moist snuff (snus) run twice the risk of developing cancer of the pancreas. This is the main result of a follow-up study conducted by Karolinska Institutet researchers amongst almost 300,000 male construction workers. The study is published today online in the prestigious medical journal The Lancet. ......Tobacco smoking is a known risk factor for pancreatic cancer, which...
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(Date:7/9/2014)... challenges the commonly held belief that birds evolved from ... The birdlike fossil is actually not a dinosaur, as ... tiny tree-climbing animal that could glide, say American researchers ... and Alan Feduccia of the University of North Carolina. ... . , The fossil of the Scansoriopteryx ...
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