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Former US Vice President Al Gores Son Continues to Be Dogged by Drug Abuse Problem.

Just as the father is preparing himself to electrify the entire world with a 24-hour musical spectacular, the son has a run-in with the law. He is hoping to arouse the conscience of the people on the burgeoning climate crisis, but his son has handed him a huge embarrassment by being hauled up...

Diagnostic Health Corporation Names Robert E. Gontarek as COO

...he country. DHC is a fully owned subsidiary of The gores Group and offers a combination of outpatient diagn... visit http://www.dxhealthcorp.com . About The gores Group Founded in 1987, The gores Group is a private equity firm focused on acquirin...

Diagnostic Health Corporation Announces New Home Office Location

...althSouth's sale of its diagnostic division to The gores Group in July 2007. While most of DHC's 1,000 empl...orporation, DHC is a fully owned subsidiary of The gores Group. DHC facilities offer a combination of outpa...e visit http://www.dxhealthcorp.com . About The gores Group Founded in 1987, The...

Doctors Debate Drugs vs. Surgery for Angina

... drug therapy plus angioplasty for patients with stable angina. "Angioplasty provided no additional benefit over optimal medical care," he said. "That gores the ox of those who believe strongly in angioplasty." Diamond's own stance? He believes angioplasty is the correct initial treatment for patients w...

Docs Debate Drugs vs. Surgery for Angina

... drug therapy plus angioplasty for patients with stable angina. "Angioplasty provided no additional benefit over optimal medical care," he said. "That gores the ox of those who believe strongly in angioplasty." Diamond's own stance? He believes angioplasty is the correct initial treatment for patients w...

Al Gore's Son Charged With Possession of Controlled Substance

... Former US Vice-President Al gores son has been charged with two felony counts of possession of a controlled substance, misdemeanour charges of possession of a controlled substance with...
Gores in Biological News

Scientists explain how 'death receptors' designed to kill our cells may make them stronger

...vision of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., and one of the scientists involved in the work. In their article, gores and his colleague, Maria Guicciardi, also from the Mayo Clinic, described the various molecular pathways activated by death receptors and the proteins...

Scientists debate the accuracy of Al Gore's documentary 'An Inconvenient Truth'

... There is no question that Al gores 2006 documentary An Inconvenient Truth is a powerful example of how scienti...ine in Springers journal, GeoJournal. An Inconvenient Truth is about Al gores campaign to educate citizens about global warming and inspire them to take ...
Gores in Biological Technology

UW-Madison RFID technology lab debuts Friday

...120 spots available for the tour were taken. "People are on a waiting list, but no one is canceling" to make room for those on the list, said Nancy gores of the University of Wisconsin E-Business Consortium . "It shows that people are really excited about RFID." Visitors will be coming from across t...

How Sub-Zero Freezer Co. uses technology to revolutionize customer service

...ars of market leadership, Sub-Zero looks forward to the benefits its two-year CRM initiative will bring to the company in the decades ahead. Nancy gores is the communications, marketing, and events manager for the UW E-Business Consortium. ...
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