New Day Pharmacy Receives $10.2 Million in Growth Capital
...any long-term care facility in the U.S. The "green-friendly" technologies allow nurses to safely dispense medications to patients within minutes -- a rarity
in long-term care. The state-of-the-art tools, which include integrated information systems at no additional cost, are designed to decrease costs, re...
ADHD Drugs Linked to Sudden Death in Kids
... same issue.
In the early 1990s, several reports of sudden, unexplained death in children taking these medications began to raise concerns. But the rarity
of such deaths made them difficult to study. In 2006, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration requested that the prescribing information on these medica...
Inbreeding May Have Doomed Spain's Habsburg Dynasty
...es II died without offspring, despite two marriages.
The family faced a challenge because they needed to marry Catholic spouses of equal rank -- a rarity
-- and because dynastic marriages were used to keep territories within the family's grasp, explained Alan Sked, a historian at the London School of Ec...
Drug May Be Dangerous for Kids With Graves' Disease
...Institute of Child Health and Human Development.
The Endocrine Society said this week that it supports the recommendation.
"Despite the relative rarity
of Graves' disease in the young, children and adolescents account for as many as 13 of 42 cases of serious PTU-related liver failure reported to date ...
Better health and prosperity in Europe via improved clinical research
... improve patient care deal with potential diagnostic and therapeutic innovations that do not attract or could be even against commercial interest.
is part of the problem: the more patients with a chance of survival, the greater the likelihood that pharmaceutical companies will put money into clin...
United Spinal Association Report Reveals the Importance of Studying Multiple Sclerosis in Children: Developing New Insights into MS in Adults
... of MS therapies are restricted to patients over 18 years of age. Conducting randomized control trials of pediatric MS has also been challenged by the rarity
of the disease in children.
Brenda L Banwell, MD states, "By virtue of their young age, children are inherently closer to the biological onset of...
Pacquiao Hosts Post-Christmas/Post-Birthday Victory Celebration
...on, on his way to becoming the thumbs-up and unanimous choice as 2008 Fighter of the Year.
The storybook ending to this year's incredible run is a rarity
in boxing sports history and what a way to end the year than for Pacquiao to celebrate it with friends, family and supporters in Los Angeles, where he...
Emory study of syphilis bacteria yields valuable diagnostic tool
... congenitally or through sexual abuse.
"As yaws eradication efforts near their goal, and case diagnosis becomes more difficult due to the relative rarity
of yaws, a molecular means of determining whether the infection is venereal or non-venereal becomes essential," Harper says.
The analysis of the r...
Primary tumors can drive the growth of distant cancers
...ell , a publication of Cell Press. As people age, most may have such indolent cancer cells given the sheer number of cells in the body, although their rarity
makes them impossible to detect, the researchers said.
The primary tumors under study, which were derived from human breast cancers, seem to "inst...
PEMCO Insurance and Tully's Coffee Team Up to Make Coffee Orders Count - For Children's Hospital
...ffee lovers, and we're
individualistic," Osterberg said. "Often times our coffee orders express
our unique quirks. Short and simple drink orders are a rarity
-- now it's
all about how many shots, packets and pumps you can get."
To qualify for the weekly prizes, Tully's customers must simply fill in
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Extinction by asteroid a rarity
In geology as in cancer research, the silver bullet theory always gets the headlines and nearly always turns out to be wrong.
For geologists who study mass extinctions, the silver bullet is a giant asteroid plunging to earth.
But an asteroid is the prime suspect only in the most recent of fi...
A rarity among arachnids, whip spiders have a sociable family life
Whip spiders, considered by many to be creepy-crawly, are giving new meaning to the term touchy-feely.
In two species of whip spiders, or amblypygids, mothers caress their young with long feelers, siblings stick together until they reach sexual maturity, and all mix in social groups. This is sur...
A human taste for rarity spells disaster for endangered species
The shady pursuit of endangered bird eggs made international headlines in May 2006 when Colin Watson, widely considered Britain's most notorious illegal egg collector, died after falling from a 12-meter tree, allegedly while hunting a rare egg. The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds estimate...
Fossil bone bed helps reconstruct life along California's ancient coastline
...eds for 100,000 to 700,000 years, during which time bones remained exposed on the ocean floor and accumulated in a big and shifting pile.
Given the rarity
of bones marked by shark bites, plus the occurrence of terrestrial animals such as tapirs and horses that must have washed out to sea, predation by sh...
Why don't more animals change their sex?
...can Naturalist says that while this process is evolutionarily favored, its rarity
cannot be explained by an analysis of the biological costs vs benefits.
...s. We are investigating whether general patterns like these may explain the rarity
Over 1,000 species discovered in the Greater Mekong in past decade
...huntsman spider, with a foot-long leg span and the Annamite Striped Rabbit, one of several new mammal species found here. New mammal discoveries are a rarity
in modern science.
While most species were discovered in the largely unexplored jungles and wetlands, some were first found in the most surprising ...
Expeditions reveal gulf of California's deep sea secrets, as well as human imprints
...t" with thriving fish populations and a rich mix of sea life in the absence of human environmental pressures. They witnessed large tiger sharks, now a rarity
in Baja California.
Erisman and Aburto-Oropeza say Las Animas and Cabo Pulmo, contrasted by the relatively depleted sea life witnessed at locations...
Royal corruption is rife in the ant world
...st them. So we think the males with these royal genes have evolved to somehow spread their offspring around more colonies and so escape detection. The rarity
of the royal lines is actually an evolutionary strategy by the cheats to escape suppression by the altruistic masses that they exploit.
A few times...
In promiscuous antelopes, the 'battle of the sexes' gets flipped
... simply because it increases the probability that they conceive at all, Bro-Jrgensen added. He noted that this reversed sexual conflict might not be a rarity
in the animal kingdom, as topi are in many ways a very typical mammalian species characterized by male mate competition and female choice.
New animal and plant species found in Vietnam
... covering its body, the white-lipped keelback can reach 31 inchesalmost a yard in length.
Three of the new orchid species are entirely leafless, a rarity
even among orchids. Containing none of the chlorophyll or green pigment commonly found in plants, these orchids live on decaying matter like many fung...
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Indevus Pharmaceuticals Announces Fiscal 2008 Year End and Fourth Quarter Results
...re have been no additional cases of serious cough reaction implying an
incidence of approximately 1 in 14,000 injections which we believe confirms
of the adverse event. We expect to re-file the NDA by the end of
the first calendar quarter of 2009, and FDA will have six months to review the
Advances in Detection Technology Drive the European Autoimmune Disease Diagnostics Market
...s among the public with regard to autoimmune diseases presents a
challenge to market growth.
"Such low levels of awareness may derive from the rarity
autoimmune complications among the general population," explains Ramanathan.
"Many patients in Europe, unable to find a proper treatment for t...
First graduates boon to Wisconsin biotechnology
Many biotechnology leaders in the Madison area consider the skills and contacts the students picked up during their four semesters crucial and a rarity
in larger biotechnology settings. And, for some of the students, those skills are paying off in job promotions and offers at local companies.
Heat-loving microbes may lead Lucigen to new products
... in there, Mead said. The microbes, collected at Obsidian Hot Springs, include varieties never seen before, he said, and some appear multi-cellular, a rarity
in hot-spring microbes.
Potential products include PCR amplification of genes, which Mead said is a $1 billion market and includes research reagent...
Centralization mania takes over
...ou for a power failure (that's the utility's fault), but will blame you for a design flaw in your product or service (that's your fault). The third is rarity
of supply. If your organizational marketplace offers up no other feasible alternative for supply, you're probably best served by the localized custom ...
Milwaukee area biotech ZyStor seeks more funding
...rs have not shied away from supporting research into the treatment of rare genetic disorders, even though the market would appear to be limited by the rarity
of the disease. Genzyme Corp., the Massachusetts life science company that acquired Madison's Bone Care International, has built a $2.7 billion corpor...
Growth through the eyes of GE's Immelt
...you can't drive a growth company by cutting everyone by 10%. You have to make higher level moves and take clear, decisive decisions."
Now there's a rarity
a CEO that admits to needing to improve his/her decision making ability.
GE's approach to leadership development has also shifted to allow executi...
Amplification of Epstein-Barr Virus Exon C with Difficult Primers
Using Eppendorf Mastercycler gradient
...ines and polypyrimidines
that are prone to form secondary structures that inhibit proper primer
function. This, coupled with the rarity
of total EBV genome in the total
cellular DNA extract and the fact that the LMP-1 gene constitutes only
1% of the viral genome, ...
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...erved in fossil lineages within or between closely related fossil species , not the transitions between major categories of organisms. Due to the rarity
of preservation and the likelihood that speciation occurs in small populations during geologically short periods of time, transitions between species ...