Saturday, May 24, 2008

Dabur Pharma gets USFDA approval for selling ‘Mitoxantrone HCL’
Stock Watch - Noida,Uttar Pradesh,India
... of clinical relapses in patients with secondary chronic progressive, progressive relapsing, or worsening relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (ie, ...
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The Boat
San Francisco Chronicle - CA, USA
... Jamie and his younger brother (and by extension their fisherman father) struggle with the knowledge that their mother is dying of multiple sclerosis. ...
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Time for another term
Cumberland News - Carlisle,England,UK
The challenge of representing such a vast area increased when the MP was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. He struggles to walk further than a few yards ...
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Teach Your Kid How to Sense BS
Town Hall - Washington,DC,USA
The evening benefits The Nancy Davis Foundation for Multiple Sclerosis. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES) How many of you have met the book smart 4.0 ...
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Montel Williams multiple sclerosis

NJ lawmakers consider medical marijuana bill
Newsday - Long Island,NY,USA
... panel heard from television personality Montel Williams and other advocates two years ago during an information session. Williams, a multiple sclerosis ...
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THE 12:30 REPORT: Your News Update
Philadelphia Magazine's Daily Examiner - Philadelphia,PA,USA
The Assembly heard from medicinal marijuana advocates such as Montel Williams, who uses the drug to alleviate symptoms of multiple sclerosis. ...
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TRENTON: Lawmaker consider legalizing marijuana for some residents
Vineland Daily Journal - Vineland,NJ,USA
However, a Senate health panel heard from television personality Montel Williams and other advocates two years ago during an information session. ...
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Cedar Creek Elementary School a scheduled stop on annual bike tour
Asbury Park Press - Asbury Park,NJ,USA
He's 24 now," she said of her son, Joe McGavley, who met with talk show host Montel Williams. "He did a commercial with him about MS and is also mentioned ...
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Notch Multiple Sclerosis

Watson & Clayton Top The Rivenhall Charts
Elimar Pigeon Services - Middlewich,England,UK
This weeks race was the Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre, South Bank Charity event, the second event will be from young bird Rivenhall. ...
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human gene therapy trial in MS

Gene therapy offers hope for hereditary blindness
OSN SuperSite (subscription) - Thorofare,NJ,USA
Both studies represent the first successful application of gene therapy in human patients for the debilitating retinal condition. ...
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When Bad Evidence Happens to Good Treatments
RedOrbit - Dallas,TX,USA
Ironically, as the Human Genome Project has generated optimism about tomorrow's personalized medicine based upon pharmaco-genomics,11 the already ...
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April 2000 archives, part 3
Overlawyered - New York,NY,USA
Lively discussion breaks out on Motley Fool investment bulletin boards concerning suit filed by class-action filers Milberg Weiss against genome-mapping ...
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How Stem Cells Decide What They'll Be
How does a stem cell decide what specialized identity to adopt - or simply to remain a stem cell? A new study suggests that the conventional view, which assumes that cells are "instructed" to progress along prescribed signaling pathways, is too simplistic.

World’s first stem cell ‘library’ on deck at McMaster
McMaster's Stem Cell & Cancer Research Institute is the only facility in Canada dedicated to human embryonic stem cell research. ...

The ground state of embryonic stem cell self-renewal : Abstract ...
Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine, Department of Cell and ... McMaster Stem Cell and Cancer Research Institute, McMaster University, ...

The Emerging Role Of Infection In Alzheimer's Disease
A number of chronic diseases are in fact caused by one or more infectious agents. For example, stomach ulcers are caused by Helicobacter pylori, chronic lung disease in newborns and chronic asthma in adults are both caused by Mycoplasmas and Chlamydia pneumonia, while some other pathogens have been associated with atherosclerosis.

AMA Applauds Passage Of New Law To Protect Patients From Genetic Discrimination
"Patients in the U.S. are now protected against genetic discrimination because of a new law to keep their genetic information secure. The American Medical Association has long called for better patient privacy safeguards as scientific advancements make it possible to individualize health care for patients.

RNA Toxicity Contributes To Neurodegenerative Disease, University Of Pennsylvania Scientists Say
Expanding on prior research performed at the University of Pennsylvania, Penn biologists have determined that faulty RNA, the blueprint that creates mutated, toxic proteins, contributes to a family of neurodegenerative disorders in humans.

At The Synapse: Gene May Shed Light On Neurological Disorders
In our brains, where millions of signals move across a network of neurons like runners in a relay race, all the critical baton passes take place at synapses. These small gaps between nerve cell endings have to be just the right size for messages to transmit properly.

Discovery Of Gatekeepers In The Human Cell 'Shredder' Could Lead To A New Target For Cancer Drugs
Insulin, a hormone released in large quantities when food is consumed, is reduced by 50% only three to five minutes later. However, if the cell's internal waste disposal system malfunctions, illnesses such as Alzheimer's or Parkinson's disease may occur.


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