Cristina Fernandez scandal: Money funneling charges, scandal denied by leader
A Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner scandal has made its way back into the headlines this week, as the political leader is saying in response to claims of corruption and money funneling that she is being defamed and slandered by the media.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Veracyte Announces Cigna Coverage for the AfirmaA Gene Expression Classifier
The new policy applies to approximately 13 million of Cigna's medical customers and is effective immediately.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Byetta Lawsuit News: Bernstein Liebhard LLP Notes Approval of Master...
All of the lawsuits pending in the proceeding involve similar allegations that Byetta, as well as Januvia, Janumet and Victoza, can increase a patient's risk of developing pancreatic cancer.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Contract Pharma Breaking News
Bayer, Texas U Sign Clinical Program Pact
Bayer HealthCare has signed a master agreement for the conduct of clinical trials with the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center aimed at supporting collaborative clinical programs in oncology.
Balding: Weight loss gave me energy
The TV presenter, who was diagnosed with thyroid cancer in 2009, showed off her slimmer self as she graced the front cover of the January issue of Good Housekeeping.
Stretford Mall's Shirley arranges Christmas gift-wrapping service...
A SHOPPING centre worker is arranging a Christmas gift-wrapping service in aid of the specialist cancer support centre which is doing so much to help her get through her own battle with the disease.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
AHA 2013 SAR dog of the year John D. needs donations for hip replacement surgery
John D. is a search and rescue dog living in Little Rock, Arkansas. Right now this courageous dog, who was recognized by the American Humane Association as 2013 Search and Rescue dog of the year, needs help funding a hip replacement.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
'This building is a sick building'
Something beneath the mat changed Marlys Bohn's life that day, something coming up between the tiles that irritated her nose and throat and settled deep inside her.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Teachers' Louge: Teaching while ill
We are heading into finals week at my university, and as the semester finishes up, I have been thanking whatever spirits/deities/luck I have had that I have survived it relatively well.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Drugs with dual-hormone action gain attention in diabetes field
Engineered peptide drugs that simultaneously target two hormone receptors have historically attracted interest among scientists hoping to create new treatments for diabetes.
Bio IT World
The New Cancer Models, Part 2: A Fly of One's Own
We know that cancer is a personal disease, with each case displaying a unique genetic makeup that demands uniquely targeted therapy.
South County Spotlight
Local seeks help for women with cancer
Death is one thing Carolyn Hammett says she knows how to deal with really well. She was diagnosed with uterine cancer in 1997 and had a full hysterectomy, and then in 2006 was told she had stage-four lung and thyroid cancer.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Targeting cell migration and the endoplasmic reticulum stress...
Tumor cells benefit from their ability to avoid apoptosis and invade other tissues.
A new fridge for Agustina Mandujano
Yesterday, a reader donated a 7-year-old refrigerator and some dishes to Agustina Mandujano, who lives on a ranch property in Luling.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Am I destined to have only one great love? Mary Fenwick asks
The email arrives with a ping in my inbox at 11pm on a weeknight. I'm not surprised at the late hour.
Exelixis' CEO Presents at 25th Annual Piper Jaffray Healthcare Conference
Thanks everybody. We'll get started with the next presenting company Exelixis. My name is Ted Tenthoff.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
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Keep An Eye on Exelixis, Cell Therapeutics, Isis, and Amarin Today
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Clare Balding: My grandmother called me disgusting for being a lesbian
My grandmother called me disgusting, says Clare Balding: Broadcaster reveals relative's remark when she found out she was a lesbian 'Terrible': Presenter Clare Balding has spoken about her grandmother's reaction to her being a lesbian and her cancer diagnosis The 42-year-old broadcaster said her grandmother made the remark after a newspaper ... (more)
Sun Dec 01, 2013
View from the Grassroots - Dec. 1, 2013: When snoring became a blessing
Last summer during an ultrasound of her carotid arteries it was discovered that she had a grape-sized nodule on the right lobe of her thyroid gland.
FDA Expands Sorafenib (Nexavar) Label to Include Treatment of Thyroid Cancer
The FDA has expanded the approved uses of sorafenib to treat late-stage differentiated thyroid cancer.