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Pelosi, Democratic Leaders Remarks Today at News Conference on Legislative Accomplishments

...t there throughout the country. Because what the opponents of reforming the system are engaged in is the same kind of misinformation battles that they waged in previous years, back in the 1990s, even when we talked about reforming Medicare which we're pleased to celebrate the anniversary just a few days ag...

PRESS CALL: Van Hollen and Miller Discuss Campaign of Misinformation on Health Care Reform

...ee on Education and Labor Chairman George Miller (D-CA) will host a press conference call at 1:15 p.m. to discuss the campaign of misinformation being waged by opponents of health care reform. Independent fact checks show that opponents have resorted to making outrageous and misleading claims, while refus...

Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children & Denver Zoo Announce Mascot Contest Winner

...otter. Members of the Denver metro community voted during a month-long online contest for their favorite animal to be RMHC's mascot. The animals waged competitive campaigns, and the final tally was so close that the votes from the children who attended RMHC's neonatal intensive care reunion at the De...

Expose on Crimes Against Humanity as Perpetrated by the Gerontological Elite Asks Is Consensus in Anti-Aging Medical Intervention An Elusive Expectation or A Realistic Goal?

...nald Klatz, MD, DO, President of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M; www.worldhealth.net ), observes that: "A decade-long campaign waged by the geontological elite has severely restricted the freedoms of physicians to administer life enhancing, and potentially life saving, therapeutics ...

Indian Sanitation Innovator and Social Reformer Awarded 2009 Stockholm Water Prize

...s, and dense urban districts, and developed cost effective toilet systems that have improved daily life and health for millions of people. He has also waged an ongoing campaign to abolish the traditional practice of manual "scavenging" of human waste from bucket latrines in India while championing the righ...

Health study in northern Uganda calls for improved services for internally displaced persons

... There are over 1 million internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Uganda due to the 20-year conflict waged between a rebel group, the Lord's Resistance Army, and the central government. Previous research on the health of IDPs has focused on specific physi...

ULTCW Files Complaint Against UHW-W and Calls for Full Investigation by SEIU International

...st President Tyrone Freeman. "This latest attack on ULTCW once again speaks to the unfortunate extremes UHW-W leadership will take to fuel their war waged on SEIU, its programs, and those who support its vision in order to redirect public focus off of their own internal issues surrounding the investigati...

U.S. Healthcare Professionals Speak Out on Universal Healthcare and the Presidential Candidates' Platforms

...ide seem to have read their candidates' programs (44%, as opposed to 38% from the Republicans). "This difference can be explained by the long campaign waged between the two Democratic candidates, and the important focus that was put on Clinton's vs. Obama's programs during the first two quarters of 2008," ...

SEIU Seeks Damages for CNA's Effort to Silence Workers, Suppress Criticism of Anti-Union Tactics

...the CNA on April 15 from a local court commissioner -- without any notice to SEIU -- and based on misrepresentations by the CNA. "CNA leaders have waged a dishonest and desperate campaign to divert attention from the truth that they've robbed more than 8,000 Ohio workers of the right to form a union," ...

SEIU Members Renew Call for CNA, Labor Leaders to Address Deplorable Tactics Harming Nurses and Patient Care

...A tactics in Ohio. After a three-year campaign by CHP workers to win a fair process to freely choose whether to form a union with SEIU, CNA organizers waged a vicious "vote no" campaign that resulted in the cancellation of union elections in March. The CNA has continued its tradition of raiding other u...
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Bacteria give up secrets in war waged on plants

The secret weapon of bacteria -- the way they get a foothold in plants to launch an invasion -- is less of a secret, according to research published this week by Michigan State University scientists. Under study is the bacterial pathogen Pseudomonas syringae, better known as the disease agent of...

CACI Awarded a Prime Position on $500 Million, Multiple-Award Program with Biometrics Operations and Support Services

...intain DoD's authoritative biometric database. The Task Force supports warfighters as they face new challenges and threats in the asymmetric war being waged against global terrorism. Biometric capabilities offer the single most effective tool for identifying and tracking enemies, leveraging the full range ...

Research exposes new target for malaria drugs

... The malaria parasite has waged a successful guerrilla war against the human immune system for eons, but a study in this week's Journal of Biological Chemistry has exposed one of t...

New drug targets may fight tuberculosis and other bacterial infections in novel way

... NEW YORK (Dec. 27, 2007) -- Over the course of the 20th Century, doctors waged war against infectious bacterial illness with the best new weapon they had: antibiotics. But the emergence of dangerous, multi-drug resistant stra...

Jefferson biologist coaxing human embryonic stem cells to make dopamine with simpler, faster method

...en N. Witte at UCLA's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center reports the results of experiments that enabled the group to tune in to the cellular battles waged by the immune system deep in the body. Using positron emission tomography or PET, Witte and his colleagues were able to observe key cells of the immun...

PET imaging reveals the immune system at work

...en N. Witte at UCLA's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center reports the results of experiments that enabled the group to tune in to the cellular battles waged by the immune system deep in the body. Using positron emission tomography or PET, Witte and his colleagues were able to observe key cells of the immun...
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