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The search for the Holy Grail for dieters is on

The search for the Holy Grail for dieters is on

International symposium will focus on curing mesothelioma

International symposium will focus on curing mesothelioma

Eight out of ten women take some form of therapeutic drugs during pregnancy

Eight out of ten women take some form of therapeutic drugs during pregnancy

RiboNovix secures license to novel anti-infective discovery technology from Wayne State University

RiboNovix secures license to novel anti-infective discovery technology from Wayne State University

Natural alternatives to osteoarthritis drug

Natural alternatives to osteoarthritis drug

Teva Pharmaceuticals granted final approval for Ribavirin capsules

Teva Pharmaceuticals granted final approval for Ribavirin capsules

Scientists have shown that the textbook explanation of how enzymes work is wrong

Scientists have shown that the textbook explanation of how enzymes work is wrong

Thailand's Ministry of Public Health has today confirmed a further case of human infection with H5N1 avian influenza

Thailand's Ministry of Public Health has today confirmed a further case of human infection with H5N1 avian influenza

Stem cells and drug design

Stem cells and drug design

Immediate voluntary world-wide withdrawal of Vioxx (rofecoxib)

Immediate voluntary world-wide withdrawal of Vioxx (rofecoxib)

Patent pending discovery could help type 2 diabetics

Patent pending discovery could help type 2 diabetics

First U.S. program to allow citizens to purchase lower cost, safe prescription drugs from Europe and Canada

First U.S. program to allow citizens to purchase lower cost, safe prescription drugs from Europe and Canada

Approval of Abilify (aripiprazole) for the treatment of acute bipolar mania

Approval of Abilify (aripiprazole) for the treatment of acute bipolar mania

Drug-resistant bacteria increasingly causing infections in healthy people

Drug-resistant bacteria increasingly causing infections in healthy people

Black men in the United States are significantly less likely to be screened for prostate cancer

Black men in the United States are significantly less likely to be screened for prostate cancer

We could soon be curing our athlete’s foot with alfalfa

We could soon be curing our athlete’s foot with alfalfa

Pine cones may form a new line of attack against MRSA infection

Pine cones may form a new line of attack against MRSA infection

Research confirms benefits of commonly used traditional remedies for a range of illnesses

Research confirms benefits of commonly used traditional remedies for a range of illnesses

New funding for Scottish scientists to tackle diseases such as asthma and multiple sclerosis

New funding for Scottish scientists to tackle diseases such as asthma and multiple sclerosis

On-line campaign asks, where does all the breast cancer research money go?

On-line campaign asks, where does all the breast cancer research money go?

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