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24 Sep 2008
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More and more cancer patients are looking for treatment options that allow them to maintain their quality of life during difficult treatment regimens. Philips Research is developing a new ultrasound-based drug delivery technology designed to increase the effectiveness and reduce the side effects of chemotherapy treatment for certain types of cancer. The system proposes the use of drug-loaded microbubbles, no larger than red blood cells, that can be injected into the patient’s bloodstream, tracked via ultrasound imaging and then ruptured by a focused ultrasound pulse to release their drug payload when they reach the desired spot. Because the drugs would only be released at the site of the diseased tissue, the patient’s total body exposure to them could be limited. Researchers say pre-clinical studies have shown the treatment to have the potential to reduce negative side effects in chemotherapy procedures. Source: Philips
1 Oct 2008
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In September, the FDA began posting on its web site a list of drugs it is investigating for adverse side effects. The new program is required by Congress, in response to public demand for more transparency in the drug investigation process. Here, Legal Briefs' Amy Yeargan talks about the program.
1 Oct 2008
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Narconon of Georgia takes the drug education program to the Gwinnett Co. Fair. Narconon of Georgia uses the sauna detoxification system. Contact Narconon at 1-877-413-3073. *******www.drugsno****/addiction.htm
5 Oct 2008
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"Living Proof is the true story of a UCLA oncologist who helped develop the breast cancer drug Herceptin. His inspring journey shows the sacrafices he made and obstacles he faced to get the drug approved. Staring Harry Connick Jr and Renee Zellweger. Premieres Oct 18th at 9pm ET/PT on Lifetime.
17 Dec 2010
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"Living Proof is the true story of a UCLA oncologist who helped develop the breast cancer drug Herceptin. His inspring journey shows the sacrafices he made and obstacles he faced to get the drug approved. Staring Harry Connick Jr and Renee Zellweger. Premieres Oct 18th at 9pm ET/PT on Lifetime.
15 Apr 2010
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Hey everyone, I'm Elizabeth Chambers and you're watching LivingGreenChannel.Com, your online guide to a greener and more healthy life. 5 California cities, including Malibu, Manhattan beach, and San Francisco, have adopted some sort of ban on plastic bags and just in time! As anyone who has googled plastic bags and ocean has discovered that plastic accounts for 60%-80% of the floating debris in the water. In some places accounts for over 95% of debris creating a swirling continent size waste between San Francisco and Hawaii that is seriously endangering marine life. Animals either get entangled in the plastic and suffocate, or swallow the plastic which fills their stomachs and they starve to death. A GreenPeace report states that over 267 species of animals have been affected by plastic debris floating in the ocean. It would cost billions to clean up this garbage patch which makes it unlikely that any single country will step up and take responsibility for the mess which puts the responsibility on all of us land dwellers. So what can we do? Stop using plastic bags and use reusable bags when grocery shopping or at the drug store. Be especially careful about waste and securing your trash bins if you live near the ocean, as plastic can easily blow into the Ocean and since it does not easily degrade it will float around in the water for decades to come. This has Elizabeth Chambers for LivingGreenChannel**** with your simple and free tip on living a greener life. Distributed by Tubemogul.
22 Oct 2008
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*******www.instablogs****/ Economic issues important for kiwis ahead of polls At present, it’s the New Zealand economy which is the major topic of interest to be addressed, as this concerns everyone in the country. People will want know they still have employment when they wake up in the morning, reassurance their life savings are safe in the banks, as well as the knowledge they are still able to afford to pay off their mortgages etc. The economy and particularly the current economic downturn, touches us all in different ways, therefore the economy would have to be up there at the top for the political parties to very seriously consider and confidently state their policies for addressing this situation. At the moment all the one sees nothing but a lot of wheeling and dealing between the major and minor political parties for their own benefit. We are yet to hear on what coalition is planning to work for the benefit of the country as a whole, especially in regards to the economy! Mexican financial system tied with drug money 10 percent of the Mexican financial system operates with laundered drug money. Mexico's lack of aggressiveness against money laundering has led to the creation of a pipeline from South America to the United States, where drugs, people, weapons and cash are trafficked, and that could be used for any aim, even by subversive groups. The ideologies no longer matter -- only the money. The free flow of information and money has changed everything. Mexican, Colombian and Middle East terrorist groups are increasingly connected. Over the years, money laundering enforcement has proved the most effective tool for cracking down on the drug trade. Without cash, the criminal networks fall into a downward spiral. If you take away their money, they can't pay their sources of supply, they lose credibility, and they can't pay bribes and employees. It is not easy to align the legal infrastructure to prosecute money laundering. There are a lot of obstacles within the bureaucracy and putting the things in place will take a lot of time. EU criticizes virtual strip search EU lawmakers have a valid reason for joining U.S. civil liberty campaigners in criticizing a new scanner that allows airport security to see through passengers' clothes. The new system, which the European Union plans to authorize at the bloc's airports, allows guards to see an outline of passengers' bodies beneath their clothes, making it easier to detect any concealed objects. The scanning is equivalent to conducting a virtual strip search that could raise just objections. Many travelers are bound to consider it as an enormous intrusion on their personal privacy. This means that the technology can only be used under compelling suspicions and not used routinely on the passengers. EU should consider offering alternate forms of security checks for the passengers who object to such search. Text messaging saves elephant lives Kenya’s Ol Pejeta conservation park is using Elephants equipped with collars containing mobile phone cards able to send "text messages" to park rangers warning them when they are about to stray into neighbouring villages. The scheme was started two years ago, after rangers despaired at how to prevent elephants eating the crops on nearby land. The Kenyan Wildlife Service had already been forced to shoot five elephants at Ol Pejeta because of persistent crop-raiding, and decided to experiment with global-positioning technology to see if it could be used to prevent further incursions into farmland. The project is not without its difficulties. Batteries on the elephants' collars need replacing every couple of years, and it's expensive to have a team of rangers and vehicles on constant standby to head-off elephants. However, the Kenya Wildlife Service's elephant program hopes similar schemes will help to reduce some of the 1,300 crop-raiding complaints it receives each year. Thanks to the scheme at least for now both elephants and farmers can live together peacefully. *******www.instablogs****/
30 Oct 2008
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Have cocaine, heroin, meth or alcohol taken a grip on you? If family or friends gave you a drug intervention, call 888-371-5736 NOW. Our program treats co-occurring addiction and mental illness. Drug intervention leads to rehab. We welcome you. Dont let the drug win. Listen at an intervention.
31 Oct 2008
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Vytorin is a prescription drug marketed by Merck and Shering-Plough for treating high cholesterol. Vytorin has recently come under incredible scrutiny as new information shows that the drug is ineffective, incredibly expensive and may actually cause cancer.
5 Nov 2008
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******* I used to listen to loud music from in ear earphones like these ones here for years, and the result being that it gave me ringing in my ears otherwise known as Tinnitus. I spent thousands of dollars trying to cure this condition with expensive drugs and visits to even more expensive doctors, and neither the drugs or the doctors worked. 6 months ago I finally cured my tinnitus with natural methods after being shown the work of Dr Geoff Barker, a renowned Tinnitus expert. If you are serious about curing your tinnitus then I would urge you to check out *******
27 Mar 2010
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R.R.W. Monday was "Hands Off Drugs Day" when we kicked off the week by writing the drug free pledge on a traced hand placed on Red Paper. The Pledge: “I pledge not to use illegal drugs and to team up with others in my community against illegal drug use.”
19 Nov 2008
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