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HARD TO TREAT DISEASES (HTDS) Influenca Vaccine (MEVAC-FLU) Enters Chilean Market

SHENZEN, China, March 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Hard to Treat Diseases (HTDS) www.htdsmedical.com is pleased to announce that the first batch of Influenca Vaccine (MEVAC-FLU) entered Chilean market. The company will also attend the tender of 2.5 million doses of influenza vaccine for Chile in ...

Inter-American Leadership Award Bestowed Upon Chilean Chronic Disease Expert

WASHINGTON, Oct. 1 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A visionary leader, Dr. Maria Cristina Escobar Fritzsche of Chile, received high-level recognition for her outstanding contributions to the prevention and control of chronic diseases in the Americas during the 27th Pan American Sanitary Conference ...

Former Chilean Dictator Recovering

Augusto Pinochet, probably Chile's most hated dictator is said to be in a stable condition after a heart attack on Tuesday. //The General had undergone an angioplasty to reopen his arteries. Juan Ignacio Vergara, head doctor at the Military Hospital in Santiago said that though there was no im...

Former Chilean Dictator Hospitalised After Heart Attack

Chile's former dictator Augusto Pinochet, 91, suffered a heart attack Sunday and was taken to a military hospital, an official statement said.// A medical bulletin described Pinochet's condition as "serious but stable". It said his heart was not working sufficiently and that his lungs w...

Hard To Treat Diseases (HTDS) Chile Flu Vaccine Tender

...000,000 to 5,000,000 doses of Flu vaccine, for the chilean market. Mr. Eric Yuan, Spokesperson for the comp...ies. Secondly certain Mellow Hope filings with the chilean authorities in regards to the tender process will ...000,000 to 5,000,000 doses of Flu vaccine, for the chilean market. Mellow Hope product specifications and d...

Omega Protein Reports 2009 Second Quarter Results

...re a result of the general constriction of global markets and, more particularly as it relates to fish oil, an inordinate reduction in demand from the chilean aquaculture industry. During the six months ended June 30, 2009, the Company received a federal hurricane assistance grant of $2.7 million fr...

Wyeth's Prevenar 13* Receives First Approval

... COLLEGEVILLE, Pa., July 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, a division of Wyeth (NYSE: WYE ), announced today that the chilean Ministry of Health, MINSAL (Ministerio de Salud), has become the first government agency to approve Prevenar 13* Valent, (Pneumococcal Conjugate Vacci...

Salmon of the America's Responds to PEW Environmental Group

...nizations. A zero tolerance of antibiotic residue is mandatory in farmed salmon and extended periods of withdrawal are prescribed and monitored by the chilean Government fisheries department (Sernapesca) and the US FDA prior to harvest and entry into the USA. For Pew to state that consumers run a health...

Autism Speaks Celebrates Second Annual World Autism Awareness Day with an Array of International Events on April 2

...pril, with the caveat that they are to be "re-united" and re-assembled when the cure for autism is found. The event will be sponsored by the chilean Mission. "I am proud to partner with Autism Speaks in promoting awareness and advocacy for children with autism," said Yoko Ono. "...

5 Brown faculty elected to world's largest scientific body

...in New England to develop general models of community organization and human impacts and then test the generality of their findings on Argentinean and chilean shorelines with South American graduate student collaborators. His book Atlantic Shorelines (Princeton University Press, 2007) discusses his interes...
Chilean in Medical Technology

BBK Worldwide Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Industry Leadership Through Innovation in Patient Enrollment

...e transfer, and a model for creating centers of excellence like this in other regions of the world. In fact, the CRCM has already begun talks with the chilean government about launching a similar initiative." The CRCM also includes Tufts Medical Center and the Sackler School for Graduate Biomedical Science...
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Hunt for 'climate-ready' crops accelerates as organizations search seed collections worldwide

...at convey resistance to a soil-borne pathogen responsible for bacterial wilt; a search for novel traits with tolerance to heat and drought stresses in chilean maize crop collections; a project in India to find pearl millet that can handle scorching temperatures; and a project to increase the ability of maize...

Earth's highest known microbial systems fueled by volcanic gases

...vironments could lead to the discovery of new antibiotics and other products. A return expedition to Socompa in February 2009 by Schmidt included a chilean scientist, an Argentinean microbiologist, a Boulder spectral-imaging expert and an Argentinean archaeologist. There is archaeological evidence that a...

A happy new year for penguins

...of southern right whales, Magellanic penguins, southern elephant seals, and other unique wildlife. WCS manages some 740,000 acres of wilderness on the chilean side of Tierra del Fuego, part of a major donation of land made by Goldman Sachs in 2004. ...

British scientists go cloud-hopping in the Pacific to improve climate predictions

...they are and what determines their lifetime. Importantly, they aim to establish whether man-made pollution, from extensive mining activities along the chilean and Peruvian coasts plays a significant role in changing cloud properties. Tiny particles emitted during mining vastly increase the number of water dr...

USGS to help Chile develop volcano early warning system

... The U.S. Geological Survey is partnering with the chilean government to develop a volcano early warning and emergency response system for the country after the historic eruption of Chaitn Volcano on May 2. ...

Study of guanacos launched in Chile

...agmented populations due to habitat loss and competition from livestock. Tierra del Fuego, especially Karukinka, holds the largest wild population of chilean guanacos. The WCS study of these poorly understood members of the camel family will provide critical data to help restore one of the most endangered n...

Using DNA, scientists hunt for the roots of the modern potato

...e grew in the lowlands of south-central Chile. How chilean germplasm came to dominate the modern potato-which... While some plant scientists have maintained that chilean potatoes were the first to be planted in Europe, a...ato fields across Europe, initiating the import of chilean varieties to re-establish the crop. In a repor...

El Niño affected by global warming

...ensity and frequency of the event is susceptible to modification in a situation of global warming. The research work recently published by a team of chilean and IRD scientists sheds new light on El Nios variability. Several geochemical factors contained in a drill core sediment sampled from 80 m depth unde...

Primitive early relative of armadillos helps rewrite evolutionary family tree

... A team of U.S. and chilean scientists working high in the Andes have discovered the fossilized remains of an extinct, tank-like mammal they conclude was a primitive relative of ...

The conservation lens

...lowering plants and mammals is low" An interdisciplinary team of US, UK and chilean taxonomists, ecologists, and philosophers explored the worlds southernmost ...onents of biodiversity, and enhance the understanding of their biology. The chilean government has provided support for the courses, guide training, and tours,...
Chilean in Biological Technology

ZyGEM and DIAGNOTEC Collaborate on Diagnostics for Detecting a Devastating Virus Attacking Salmon

...de fast, accurate and affordable detection of IPNV. DIAGNOTEC will use ZyGEM's enzymatic DNA detection tools in its IPNV products and services for the chilean salmon industry, which is among the largest producers of salmon in the world. "As demands on the global food industry rise, innovative approaches to...
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