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Indian Doctor In Britain Arrested, Bailed For Manslaughter

An Indian doctor working in Britain's National Health Service (NHS) was arrested and released on bail for allegedly causing the death of a 75-year-old patient//. Vijay Anand Harikrishnan, 27, was arrested on suspicion of the manslaughter of Vincent Morris who died in Sunderland Royal Hospital...

Sugary News for Diabetics – Cure Stems from Stem Cell Therap

... Chicago – Type 1 diabetic patients could be bailed out with stem cell therapy, according to a recent finding.// Stem cell therapy proved helpful for patients suffering Type-1 diabetes, in that t...

Chicago: Dad, I need you desperately, Please come back

...urance, so the local hospitals denied this poor girl the transplant, she so desperately needed. Later the immigrant community rose to the occasion and bailed her out.// The girl underwent a successful liver transplant later that year in Miami, Florida, but the organ’s condition deteriorated late last ye...
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UW-M engineering dean heads for promising medical business

...s at Milwaukee. "At one point in time they had built up about a million and a half-dollar deficit in the College of Engineering," William said. "We bailed out of that, but we had to reduce our staff by 22 full-time equivalent positions, and that was really tough. The thing I'm most proud of, the ones tha...
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