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Transplant Head Honcho forced to dismount

The Abdominal Transplant Program, beset with administrative problems, experienced another upheaval. In a recent statement, The UCSD communicated its decision to relieve // Dr. Hart, the Director of the program for liver and kidney transplants, of his administrative responsibilities. Notwithstanding...

Whitaker and Broome Get Wells 'Fat' at HBO

... BURBANK, Calif., July 10 /PRNewswire/ -- HBO has acquired the pilot "Fat Sells" co-created by 25/7 Productions honcho Dave Broome ("The Biggest Loser") and writer Gren Wells. Academy Award winner Forest Whitaker ("The Last King of Scotland") will be an executive produ...

Funding of 61 Million USD by Indonesia to Check Bird Flu

...ward, in 2007. There has been a 6 million increase in the budget for 2007 as// compared to the spending allocated in 2006. According to the head honcho of the National Committee for bird flu control, Bayu Krishnamurthi, the added spending on bird flu control will hopefully infuse renewed thrust to the...

WHO Kick Starts Polio Immunization Drive in Somalia

...polio immunization campaign in Somalia, that will aim at vaccinating about one-and-one half million children, below the age of five. // The Head honcho of WHO's Global Polio Eradication Campaign, David Heymann said, "In fact, we are seeing that the number of cases of polio are now beginning to decreas...
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