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Domestic Violence Expert Comments on Chris Brown Plea Deal

Statement of Esta Soler, President, Family Violence Prevention Fund SAN FRANCISCO, June 22 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- "The plea deal reached today in Los Angeles in the domestic violence case involving Chris Brown and Rihanna is not an unusual outcome in a case like this. Despite what was ap...

Bayer HealthCare Donates Hundreds of Food Items to Community Food Bank of New Jersey in Response to Governor's Plea to Help the State's Population in Need

WAYNE, N.J. and MORRISTOWN, N.J., Nov. 20 /PRNewswire/ Bayer HealthCare has donated hundreds of food items to the Community Food Bank of New Jersey (CFBNJ) in response to an urgent call from Governor Jon Corzine for local pharmaceutical companies to help restock supplies at the state's food banks....

Biopharmaceutical Company, Cephalon, To Pay $425 Million & Enter Plea to Resolve Allegations of Off-Label Marketing

WASHINGTON, Sept. 29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Cephalon Inc. will enter a criminal plea and pay $425 million to resolve claims that it marketed three drugs for uses not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Justice Department announced today. The lawsuits were brought by fo...

Activist Groups' Plea to Indian Prime Minister: 'Rollout Second-Line AIDS Treatment!'

NACO Centers Report 100,000 Patients on First-line ART; Advocates Press for Second-line Access NEW DELHI, India, Nov. 13 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following is being issued by AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF): As part of its ongoing global campaign to improve access to lifesaving AIDS...

Heart-felt Plea to Malaysian Hospitals

Kuala Lumpur: There is a huge demand for heart surgery in Malaysia. This has increased the pressure on hospitals, especially government hospitals where the waiting// times can be anywhere between two to six months. To tide over the crisis, The Health Ministry has urged the private hospitals to rise...

Indian Court Refers Novartis Plea for Patent on Anti-cancer Drug to a Separate Board

The Madras High Court in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu has decided to transfer the Novartis AG’s appeal against the rejection of its patent// plea for the anti-cancer drug Glivec to the Intellectual Property Appellate Board. The decision could be considered a temporary setback to th...

Government To Consider Ragging Victim's Plea

The Kerala Government will soon take a decide whether the nursing student who was the alleged victim of sexual ragging by her seniors at the School of Medical Education in Kottayam be granted admission in Thiruvananthapuram Medical College.// The next state cabinet meeting on November 30 will...

UCI Medical Affiliates, Inc.'s Internal Investigation Leads to Former Executive Officer Pleading Guilty to Criminal Charges

... to, eight counts of making false statements to a government agency, in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1001. During the plea hearing, Wells admitted that from January 2003 through December 2008, he embezzled $2,967,382 from the Company by (1) using the Company's corporate cr...

UDW Urges 'No' Vote On State Budget; Demands 'Shared Sacrifice' From All Californians

... SACRAMENTO, Calif., July 23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In a last minute plea to state legislators, the UDW Homecare Providers Union tonight urged a "No" vote on the state budget agreement reached earlier this week by Gov. Schwa...

Former Utah Governor to Talk About Her Battle With PF on ABC 4 Salt Lake City, July 22nd

...n be introduced. She recorded a public service announcement (PSA) that is planned for release later this summer in which the Governor makes a plea for increased attention and funding for PF through support of the CPF. Gov. Walker and Dr. Scholand are scheduled to appear on July 22 on Go...

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President Bush Ignores America's Plea for Support of Stem Cell Research

WASHINGTON, June 20, 2007 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following statement may be attributed to Sean Tipton, president, Coalition for the Advancement of Medical Research (CAMR): "In the face of spiraling health care costs, President Bush once again used the stroke of his veto pen deliberately ...
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Antibiotics

...since 1939 when penicillin was isolated, followed ... ... 3 Consequences of Excessive Antibiotic Use ... ARTICLE #5 Doctors Ignore Antibiotics plea ... ARTICLE #7 Antibiotics Linked to Intestinal Disorders in Infants ... ...
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More research needed to make good on biofuel promise, experts say

... are unable to digest cellulose. This means cellulosic feedstocks are less likely to displace acreage devoted to food crops. "The paper is really a plea to think carefully before jumping into cellulosics," Doering said. "We want to avoid making mistakes we're likely to later regret." Michigan State ...

Antioxidant users don't live longer, analysis of studies concludes

...s that used supplements for replacement of nutrient deficits. The review authors recommend greater regulation of antioxidant supplements and make a plea for urgent political action, said Gluud, director of medical science, associate professor and department head of the Copenhagen Trial Unit at the Cent...
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Quest Diagnostics Finalizes Previously Announced Settlement With Government Related to Test Kit Subsidiary Closed in 2006

...ut the matter behind it. Also, the company entered into a Corporate Integrity Agreement with the government. In addition, NID agreed to enter a guilty plea to misbranding and to pay a $40 million fine. The misbranding charge was based on claims by NID concerning performance of a test kit, which, at times,...

$425 Million Cephalon Civil Settlement and Criminal Fine; In America's Largest

... and corporate integrity agreement, which settle all four whistleblower cases, Kenney explained. Additionally, Cephalon entered a corporate criminal plea and paid a $50 million fine. The criminal case was based upon information provided by relators in the civil case, Kenney noted. The first drugs on w...

Cephalon Concludes All Outstanding Federal and State Government Investigations into the Company's Sales and Promotional Practices

...five-year Corporate Integrity Agreement (CIA) with the Office of the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The guilty plea is subject to approval by the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. "We are pleased to have these long-standing matters behi...

Parental Control - Options Vary for Internet Restrictions

...each. Each child can have separate web-browsing freedoms and also time restrictions. And if a child doesnt like the restrictions, he or she can send a plea to Mom or Dad in the form of an online permission slip. The online permission slip allows the child to check what theyd like to access and send th...

Reforming FDA: Focus on safety, let market judge efficacy

.... Indeed, the simplistic exhortation to place more drugs on fast-track status is less likely to be a construed as a desire for faster cures than a plea by proxy from drug companies for laxer regulation. The latter is certainly against the tide of public opinion in light of the recent controversies. ...
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