Monday, June 02, 2008

Acorda Therapeutics Announces Positive Data from Second Phase 3 ...

Acorda Therapeutics Announces Positive Data from Second Phase 3 ...
Business Wire (press release) - San Francisco,CA,USA
... the study was open to people with all four major types of MS: primary-progressive, secondary-progressive, relapsing-remitting and progressive-relapsing. ...
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Hignell hangs up his mic
BBC Sport - UK
Some people have a very progressive form of the disease, a primary form of the disease; some people have what they call benign multiple sclerosis, ...
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Novartis' Extavia gains EU approval for multiple sclerosis treatment
Hemscott - London,UK
ZURICH (Thomson Financial) - Novartis AG said the European Commission has approved Extavia for the treatment of early and relapsing forms of multiple ...
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Appealing The Death Sentence For Brain Cells
A new drug candidate discovered by Tel Aviv University researcher Prof. Illana Gozes may lead to an effective treatment against the debilitative Alzheimer's disease. This compound could also treat a number of diseases where patients suffer from cognitive deficits, such as schizophrenia and Parkinson's, by limiting damage to the brain.
ANP to present to Isis Shareholders in the US
Sydney Morning Herald - Sydney,New South Wales,Australia
About Antisense Therapeutics Limited Antisense Therapeutics Limited (ASX: ANP) is an Australian publicly listed biopharmaceutical drug discovery and ...
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Icahn Girds for Biogen Battle
The Money Times - Mumbai,Maharashtra,India
by Brian Lawler - May 30, 2008 - 0 comments On Tuesday, activist investor Carl Icahn finally made good on his threats to attempt an overthrow of Biogen Idec ...
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Biogen Idec Names Hans Peter Hasler COO
RTT News - Williamsville,NY,USA
(RTTNews) - Thursday, Biogen Idec (BIIB: News, Chart, Quote ), a Massachusetts-based developer of novel therapies, announced the appointment of Hans Peter ...
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Formed Think-Tank Seeks To Raise Awareness Among Healthcare Providers Of Underlying Neurobiological Link Between Various Disorders
A coalition of healthcare professionals have formed the Integrative Neurobiology Educational Alliance (INEA), a think-tank of national thought leaders who identify key educational gaps and needs from a neurobiological perspective.

Eye Health / Blindness News

Video Games Can Cause More Than Virtual Eyestrain, According To The Minnesota Optometric Association
When video game enthusiasts become engrossed in the game, their eyes are glued to the screen. The Minnesota Optometric Association (MOA) says that gamers of all ages often suffer from Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS).

vitamin D

Vitamin D for babies may prevent type 1 diabetes
A new analysis of current research provides “the strongest evidence to date” that giving small children supplemental vitamin D will help prevent them from developing type 1 diabetes later on, according to the review’s co-author. ...
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Examining vitamin D insufficiency in pediatric patients with low ...
HULIQ (press release) - Hickory,NC,USA
Vitamin D insufficiency is common in adults and is emerging in the world of pediatrics. A mild degree of vitamin D deficiency, also known as vitamin D ...
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'Vitamin D essential for strong bones'
Times of India - India
WASHINGTON: Most patients with vitamin D deficiency were found to have a history of fragile bones that exposed them to the risk of osteopororis, ...
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Vitamin D plays important role in cancer prevention
London Free Press - Canada
RICHARD BELIVEAU A recent study shows that women who have a vitamin D deficiency when they are diagnosed with breast cancer have a higher mortality rate ...
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First Study to Examine Vitamin D Insufficiency in Pediatric ...
Newswise (press release) - USA
Newswise — Vitamin D insufficiency is common in adults and is emerging in the world of pediatrics. A mild degree of vitamin D deficiency, also known as ...
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