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Chest Pain Prevents Soren from Attending the Court

Disgraced former coal minister Shibu Soren, charged with murder, is not well and cannot attend court the next three days, said a hospital //where he was admitted three days ago following chest pain. "He is not well. I do not think that he would be able to attend court proceedings for the next ...

Doctors Advise Shifting of Ailing Soren

A three-member medical board, who examined former union coal minister Shibu Soren in the Dumka central jail,// has recommended the shifting of the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) chief to provide him better medical care due to his deteriorating health. Considering the swelling in his legs that p...

Hartford's Camp Courant Gets a 'Brick' Up on Summer Thanks to $100,000 Grant From The LEGO(R) Children's Fund

... "The LEGO Children's Fund is our way of supporting organizations that tirelessly foster, promote and advocate children's creative development," said soren Torp Laursen, president, LEGO Systems, Inc. and LEGO Children's Fund chairman of the board. "We're thrilled to award this year's major grant to Camp ...

Faulty Household Wiring Can Trigger a Heart Defibrillator

... make colleagues aware of this possible problem," said report co-author Dr. soren Hjortshoj, of Aalborg Hospital, in Aalborg, Denmark. "ICD therapy is genera...Kristian Eskensen, M.D, cardiologist; Gentofte Hospital, Hellerup, Denmark; soren Hjortshoj, M.D., staff specialist, Aalborg Hospital, Aalborg, Denmark; Marc...

Wyeth Pharmaceuticals and Santaris Pharma Announce Strategic Alliance to Develop RNA-based Medicines

...the potential to address significant unmet needs in critical therapeutic areas." "We are delighted to welcome Wyeth as a new major partner," says soren Tulstrup, President and CEO of Santaris Pharma. "This strategic alliance further consolidates Santaris Pharma's leading position in the rapidly evolv...

Should Genetic Information Be Disclosed to Insurers?

... Only if we refuse to give insurers access to all health information can we reasonably stop them seeking genetic test results, says Professor soren Holm from Cardiff Law School. If insurers were denied access to any health information they would only be able to differentiate premiums accor...

Hope For Bedwetting Children

...tory to desmopressin treatment,” was carried out by Konstantinos Kamperis and Jens Christian Djurhuus of the University of Aarhus, Aarhus, Denmark and soren Rittig and Kaj Anker Jorgensen of the Aarhus University Hospital. The study appears in the December issue of the American Journal of Physiology-Renal ...

Peppers Kill Prostate Cancer Cells

...profound anti-proliferative effect on human prostate cancer cells in culture. It also dramatically slowed the development of prostate tumors," said Dr soren Lehmann, who led the study. “When we noticed that capsaicin affected NF-kappa Beta, that was an indication that we might expect some of the apoptotic ...
Soren in Biological News

Story ideas from Molecular & Cellular Proteomics

...uctures, the scientists conclude. Article: Exploring the Sialiome Using Titanium Dioxide Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry, by Martin R. Larsen, soren S. Jensen, Lene A. Jakobsen, and Niels H.H. Heegaard MEDIA CONTACT: Martin R. Larsen, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark; tel: +45 6...
Soren in Biological Technology

Santaris Pharma - Interim Report for the Period 1 January to 30 June 2009

... of DKK 115 - 125 million. Flemming Ornskov soren Tulstrup Chairman of the Board President an...pany faces. Board of Executives soren Tulstrup Henrik Stage President &... Flemming Walter Claus soren Carlsen Ornskov Wenninger Br...

Santaris Pharma Director Appointed Adjunct Professor in RNA Biology at the University of Aalborg, Denmark

...h Aalborg University, whose experience in working with the biotech industry is highly synergistic with our way of collaborating with academia." soren Tulstrup, CEO of Santaris Pharma said: "We are thrilled that Sakari Kauppinen has received this important academic appointment. Sakari Kauppine...

Cytochroma announces appointment of Ulrik Spork to Board of Directors

.... Mr. Spork will represent Novo A/S on the Company's Board and replaces Dr. soren Schifter, who is leaving Novo A/S. The number of Board members remains unch..., Chairman of Cytochroma's Board of Directors. "We would also like to thank soren Schifter for his advice to Cytochroma over the years, and wish him well in ...
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