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Gardasil Could Be Effective, but Aggressive Marketing Raises Ethical Concerns

...man boasts more than 2,100 employees working in 46 wholly owned offices worldwide, plus the additional resources of more than 50 affiliates. Apparently Merck is hoping that most, if not all the states in the US, will mandate a vaccine against HPV as a pre-requisite for school attendance. And beat rival ...

Website Offers to Help Women Raise Money for Breast Enhancement

... BAAPS President Douglas McGeorge said: "This is a wholly inappropriate way to proceed with what should be a serious decision made by a fully informed patient. "The site's promise that there are 'no right or wrong' cases is frightening - clearly there is no proper medical assessment of candidates which, a...

Pope Benedict Supports Adult Stem Cell Research

...e Roman Catholic Church believes that an embryo is wholly a human being. For that reason, it condemns abortion and genetic manipulation such as research on embryonic stem cells. Unlike embryonic stem cells, or primitive cells from early-stage embryos capable of developing into almost every tissue of the b...

DNA Transplant Brings Creation of Artificial Life a Step Closer

...e that contains the instructions for life would be wholly artificial. "It's like changing a Macintosh computer into a PC by inserting a new piece of software," the Times Online quoted Dr Venter as saying. The technique may allow scientists to create and insert artificial chromosomes carrying added gen...

Sexciting Car Wash Makes Herby Go Bananas!

...re not violated. This car wash may turn out to a wholly clean affair, after all!...

Influenza Vaccine FluMist To Be Approved In Younger Children As Well

...usiness. Once the deal closes, MedImmune becomes a wholly owned subsidiary of AstraZeneca. The vaccine FluMist has had more than its share of hurdles, such as the preliminary safety concerns, being deemed unfit for young kids, and then storage problems as most pharmacies refused the drug as it needed to b...

FDA Approves Ranbaxys Allergy Drug

...e said. Based in Jacksonville, Florida, RPI is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ranbaxy Laboratories Limited (RLL), India's largest pharmaceutical company. RPI is engaged in the sale and distribution of generic and branded prescription products in the US healthcare system....

Anti-obesity Drugs Claimed Additional Benefits on cardiometabolic Risk Factors Questioned

...r, it is not proven that any independent effect is wholly or partially attributable to rimonabant. The article suggests that these observed effects might be related to increased activity based on the lifestyle advice given to participants at the start of the trials. Furthermore, it is not known whether ...

Scientists Have Found Way to Delay Menopause

...ng later and later to have their first baby. Thats wholly admirable in every way. It shows how women are gaining full status as women in our society. They are getting educated and having careers," Professor Winston said. According to Prof Winston, while a woman at the age of 16 has 400,000 eggs - but by ...

Asian Business Executives Urged to Be Eco-friendly

...an eco-friendly product is lighting maker Osram, a wholly owned subsidiary of German giant Siemens. Chief executive officer Martin Goetzeler said in emerging and developing countries, many are still hesistant to replace incandescent lighting systems with energy-saving ones. This is due to the lower pur...

Use Filtered Blood for Transfusion: Expert

...leukoreduction. However, the practice is still not wholly supported in the medical community, nor recommended by the Food and Drug Administration, in spite of the recommendations of two national advisory committees in 10 years voting in favor of all patients in the United States receiving leukoreduced blood...

Ranbaxy Gets FDA Approval for Insomnia Drug

...e, Florida-based Ranbaxy Pharmaceuticals Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of the company. RPI is engaged in the sale and distribution of generic and branded prescription products in the US healthcare system. Source-IANS...

Golfer Plans ‘lasting Legacy’ for Mothr

...ng Cancer Foundation is the only charity in the UK wholly dedicated to the defeat of lung cancer, the biggest cancer killer of women as well as men. "I have supported a range of charities throughout the years, but have decided that I want to concentrate my efforts on one project and to do something that h...

Ranbaxy Gets FDA Approval for Hypertension Drug

...pca Laboratories has an arrangement with Ranbaxy's wholly owned Florida-based subsidiary Ranbaxy Pharmaceuticals Inc (RPI) for marketing its products in the US. "The Office of Generic Drugs of the US Food and Drug Administration, has determined the Ranbaxy formulations to be bioequivalent and have the sa...

Cake Walk – Plum Treats Sell Like 'Hot Cakes' During Christma

...and festivity of Christmas is whetted as we submit wholly to the whims of our starving taste buds//, feeding them with the flavors of the season. A mouthwatering spread is incomplete without the 'piece de resistance', the rich and exotic Christmas cake. As you wait to tuck into this baked delight, let's giv...

‘Schizophrenia’ term ought to be abolishd

... having schizophrenia and might receive treatments wholly inappropriate for them," said Robin Murray, a professor of psychiatry at the Institute of Psychiatry in London. Dopamine dysregulation disorder is term he recommended to replace the term schizophrenia. He added, "This term more accurately reflects ...

Ranbaxy To Market Pain Killer In Canada

Ranbaxy Pharmaceuticals Canada Inc. (RPCI), the wholly owned subsidiary of Indian pharma major Ranbaxy Laboratories Limited (RLL), has entered// into a tie-up with Janssen-Ortho Inc. (JOI) for marketing of its generic painkiller Fentanyl in Canada. The second product to be commercialised by RPCI, Fentan...

Go Green with Popeye: Learn why his eyes pop out for spinach!

...ct impact on the disease. Since macular pigment is wholly derived from our diet we would expect that eating foods containing high levels of these compounds increases macular pigment and so helps slow the degenerative process. This latest study on volunteers with early-stage AMD will test that idea." Scient...

Orchid to Buy out Bexel Pharma, US

...y added. Orchid said it had already established a wholly owned subsidiary, Orchid Research Laboratories Ltd (ORLL) to channel its drug discovery work. Bexel has been focusing on drug discovery research in metabolic diseases such as diabetes, obesity and auto-immune diseases, while Orchid has been focusing...

Ranbaxy Signs Licensing, Supply Agreement for Canadian Market

...t. // The agreement was signed between Ranbaxy's wholly owned subsidiary, Ranbaxy Pharmaceuticals Canada I...t a licensed generic product in Canada. RPCI is a wholly owned subsidiary of the company and is engaged in the sale and distribution of generic medicines in ...

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