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  1. The Wall Street Journal: FTC give go-ahead for Mylan's $7.2 billion purchase of MedaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | MarketWatch

    Mylan NV has received U.S. Federal Trade Commission approval for its roughly $7.2 billion purchase of Swedish rival Meda, conditioned on Mylan divesting rights to two generic drugs. The FTC said the deal could have threatened combination for carisoprodol tablets, which treat muscle spasms and stiffness.

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  2. As a Condition of Acquiring Meda, FTC Requires Mylan to Divest Rights ...Read the original story

    Wednesday | Federal Trade Commission

    As a Condition of Acquiring Meda, FTC Requires Mylan to Divest Rights to Two Generic Drugs, One for Muscle Spasms and Stiffness, the other for Epilepsy The FTC order preserves competition in the markets for 250 mg generic carisoprodol tablets, which treat muscle spasms and stiffness, and for 400 mg and 600 mg generic felbamate tablets, which treat refractory epilepsy. Without a remedy, the acquisition would combine two of three companies currently offering 400 mg and 600 mg generic felbamate tablets, likely leading consumers to pay higher prices and would eliminate future competition between Mylan and Meda in the market for 250 mg generic carisoprodol tablets.

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  3. 20 busted in gun-crime crackdown called Operation CeasefireRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Orlando Sentinel

    Twenty suspects have been arrested as part of a joint law-enforcement crackdown targeting gun crimes, officials announced in Daytona Beach today. Daytona Beach police and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives investigate the cases in Operation Ceasefire.

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  4. Clay County doctor reaches plea deal in drug caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | The Florida Times-Union

    A retired Clay County doctor has pleaded guilty to one count of prescribing controlled substances to patients for no legitimate medical purpose and faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine. A sentencing date for Russell Sachs has not yet been set.

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  5. Reckless homicide charges reinstated against docRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | TheIndyChannel

    A former IU Health doctor accused of reckless homicide for overprescribing pain pills will go to trial after all following a ruling by the Indiana Court of Appeals. Dr. John K. Sturman was charged in August with three counts of reckless homicide and 16 counts of issuing invalid prescription drugs by a practitioner following complaints by two former patients and an addictions counselor.

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  6. Watertown woman allegedly had controlled substance and marijuana at mallRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | Watertown Daily Times

    Charlotte C. Potter, 25, 241 Winslow St., was charged with possession of a controlled substance in the seventh degree at 4:10 p.m. on Tuesday. The Jefferson County Sheriff's Department allege that Ms.

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  7. Drug Task Force arrests Mena senior citizenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 13 | Mena Star

    Mena senior was arrested following a Polk County 18th West Drug Task Force operation where Barbara Davis, 63, was arrested after allegedly selling prescription drugs to an undercover officer. Davis was booked into the Polk County Detention Center on June 24, 2016 for three counts of Delivery of a Schedule I or II Controlled Substance not Meth or Cocaine; three counts of Delivery of a Schedule IV or V Controlled Substance; and three counts of Use of a Communication Device.

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  8. Syringes in womana s underwear lead to arrest at Hollywood Burbank AirportRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 30 | LA Daily News

    A passenger at Hollywood Burbank Airport, who was found to be hiding syringes in her undergarments, was taken into custody Tuesday night for an outstanding felony warrant, authorities said. A Transportation Security Administration officer noticed “a suspicious item” in the woman's underwear in the body scanner and asked her to remove it, said TSA spokesman Nico Melendez.

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  9. Work Finally Begins on Abandoned Landmark SOMA ChurchRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 24, 2016 | Curbed

    The prayers of SOMA developers have finally been answered, as construction has reportedly begun on the translation of the historic, long abandoned church at 10th and Howard into cosmopolitan office space. The soaring Romanesque Revival-style Saint Joseph's Church is a registered landmark, and has been sitting empty ever since the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake knocked it for a loop.

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  10. Pain pill doctor Richard Randall sentenced to 32 monthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2016 | Newsday

    Dr. Michael Randall, 47, of South Setauket, leaves federal court in Central Islip Wednesday afternoon on May 21, 2014. Photo Credit: James Carbone Michael Randall also was sentenced to 2 years supervised release by U.S. District Judge Sandra Feuerstein in federal court in Central Islip.

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  11. Talking the valley's talkRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 12, 2016 | Inside Bay Area

    Rochelle Kopp, a Bay Area consultant who helps Japanese businesses navigate the roiling entrepreneurial waters of Silicon Valley, still recoils from the memory of hearing one of her clients in a meeting ask "What's a unicorn?'' "I told him, 'Don't ever say that out loud again!''' says Kopp. "You're making yourself look totally out of it."

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  12. Pa. Senate could vote this month on opioid-education billRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2016 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Legislation to require medical professionals who prescribe opioid drugs to receive education on the topic sailed through a Senate committee Tuesday. The Pennsylvania Medical Society, which supports the bill, said the proposal would require doctors who are approved to prescribe controlled narcotics to complete education in pain management and in the prescribing practices of opioids.

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  13. The 10 worst cities in America to rent an apartmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 5, 2016 | Salon

    Looking for a two-bedroom abode in San Francisco? That'll run you about $5000 per month, according to SmartAsset "The rent is too damn high." Former New York City mayoral candidate Jimmy McMillan may have been thinking of the Big Apple when he named his fleeting but dearly departed political party, but thanks to a new study from financial data analysis firm SmartAsset, the entire country has a new rallying cry.

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  14. Gujarat: a Dona t let Muslims here as their daily activity involves...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2016 | India.com

    Vadodara, June 2: Following the demolition of homes in Suleiman Chawl, around 300 Mulsim families were displaced and are supposed to be relocated to Kapurai, a neighbourhood in Vadodara, however the natives have opposed to the idea. The residents of Kapurai have written to the Vadodara Municipal Corporation against the moce.

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  15. Vadodara locality to civic body: Don't let Muslims hereRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2016 | The Indian Express

    Police officers at the Kapurai homes where families from Suleiman Chawl are supposed to move in. Express photo by Bhupendra Rana Residents of Kapurai - a neighbourhood in Vadodara where about 300 displaced families, mostly Muslims, are supposed to be relocated following the demolition of their homes in Suleiman Chawl - have written to the Vadodara Municipal Corporation protesting against the move.

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  16. Silver City doctor's license suspended after 4 patient deaths, according to KOB.comRead the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2016 | The Grant County Beat

    The license of a New Mexico doctor has been suspended after an on-going investigation into his practice by the New Mexico State Medical Board. In 2015, four patients under the Flores' care died after being prescribed high amounts and dangerous combinations of controlled substances, according to documents released by the New Mexico State Medical Board.

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  17. Silver City doctor license suspended after 4 patient deathsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 20, 2016 | KOB-TV New Mexico

    The license of a New Mexico doctor has been suspended after an on-going investigation into his practice by the New Mexico State Medical Board. In 2015, four patients under the Flores' care died after being prescribed high amounts and dangerous combinations of controlled substances, according to documents released by the New Mexico State Medical Board.

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  18. LSU School of Veterinary Medicine researchers seeking dogs for clinical trialRead the original story w/Photo

    May 18, 2016 | KLFY-TV Lafayette

    Commonly used nonsteroidal and steroid pharmacologic agents can reduce osteoarthritis pain, but extended use may damage other organs such as the liver and kidneys without retarding the progression of the disease. The concept behind this new type of treatment is that an intra-articular injection of 117m Sn colloid would localize the treatment to the joint, which would prevent injury to other organs in the body.

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  19. LSU vet researchers looking for dogs to take part in clinical trialRead the original story w/Photo

    May 16, 2016 | KSLA-TV Shreveport

    Researchers at the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine are hoping to find some dogs for a clinical trial concerning osteoarthritis treatments. The researchers were given $235,000 in grant money to study dogs with elbow osteoarthritis as part of a multi-center clinical trial to look into treatments.

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  20. Common Sense Solution to Opioid Abuse Is Being IgnoredRead the original story w/Photo

    May 12, 2016 | Townhall

    With opioid addiction on the rise, Congress has taken up the issue of drug abuse. This week the U.S. House will likely approve more than $100 million in funds for substance abuse treatment and training for emergency medical technicians and emergency room personnel.

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