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Hopkins Researchers Develop Under-The-Skin Implant For Pain Treatment

...ysicians because it reduces concerns about illegal sales of these drugs. Following the successful completion of U.S. trials, the researchers hope to make the polymer available to cancer centers in developing nations for further study. If the pain treatment trials prove effective, Grossman also expects the ...

UW, Siemens Unveil New Panoramic Ultrasound Imaging Application Using Programmable Technology

... employs approximately 5,000 people and has annual sales of $1.4billion....

Is Ritalin As Effective--And As Harmless--As It Could Be?

...).Currently Ritalin, which topped $350 million in sales last year, said Ding, isdistributed as a "racemic" mixture of both its chiral molecules -- d-threo andl-threo. However, some evidence has suggested that the drug's therapeutic effectresides solely in the d-threo enantiomer, which is about 10 ...

Higher Prices Won't Stop Teenage Smokers

...od evidence that higher taxes reduce total tobacco sales and adult smoking," says Kenkel, a health economist with strong interests in public-policy issues. "Higher taxes reduce adult smoking by encouraging current smokers to cut down or quit." However, he says, the latest study shows that "higher taxes w...

Procter & Gamble Supports Yale University Collaboration For Public Health Training Throughout China

...est consumerproducts manufacturers, with worldwide sales of $35.8 billion.P&G has operations in more than 70 countries, and markets more than 300 brandsin more than 140 countries....

Montana Anti-Cancer Discovery Sublicensed To Major Drug Manufacturer

...urers, Bristol-Myers Squibbreported $17 billion in sales in 1997. Taxol is the company's second-largestproduct, reaping almost $941 million in sales worldwide last year, according toForbes Magazine. The cost of taxol ranges between $1,000 and $2,00...

Thousands Of AIDS Deaths Could Be Prevented With Expanded Medicaid Coverage, UCSF Study Concludes

...d. "The proposed expansion would increase netdrug sales by nearly $200 million, largely because the increase in drug salesvolume more than offsets the price reduction." The UCSF study incorporated several clinical and fiscal calculations, includingestimates of the number of people living with HIV by disea...

Parenting CD-ROM Helps Reduce Children's Behavioral Problems

...OM, which sells for $900. Sofar, all proceeds from sales of the product have been used to fund graduateresearch, make improvements on the program, market the materials and to provideincentives for parents who might benefit from the CD-ROM. Statistics suggest the frequency of juvenile crime in Ameri...

Milestone study in development of xenotransplantation

...tion and Self-Medication). In 1998,Novartis Group sales were CHF 31.7 billion, of which CHF 17.5 billion were inHealthcare, CHF 8.4 billion in Agribusiness and CHF 5.8 billion in ConsumerHealth. The group annually invests more than CHF 3.7 billion in R&D.Headquartered in Basel, Switzerland, Novartis emplo...

Novel neurotransmitter overturns laws of biology, offers potential for stroke treatment

...o a share of royalty received by the University on sales of products related to the technology described in this release. The University owns stock in Guilford, with Dr. Snyder having an interest in the University share under University policy. The University's stock is subject to certain restrictions un...

Eastman gives Clemson University $38 million fiber technology

...tely 15,000 employees in 30 countries and had 1998 sales of $4.48 billion....

Expert calls for common sense, science in national response to medicinal herbs

...ns began to demand them. By the late 1990s, annual sales reached almost $4 billion here. "But all was not well in herbal America," he said. "The Food and Drug Administration had long insisted that to obtain approval as a drug in this country, herbs had to be supported by the same amount of costly evidence...

Study finds some bottled water has more bacteria and less fluoride than tap water

...owing businesses in the United States, with annual sales of nearly four billion gallons, Lalumandier and Ayers said. "Bottled water should be required to meet the same standards for fluoride levels and bacterial content as tap water, as it makes up a significant proportion of the water consumed by the pub...

University of Rochester awarded patent for class of drugs known as cox-2 inhibitors

...4 million patients in 1999, pushing its first-year sales to $1.5 billion. Last year Celebrex eclipsed the anti-impotence medication Viagra as the fastest-selling new drug in history. The patent awarded yesterday entitles the University of Rochester to royalties on the sale of all cox-2 inhibitors. S...

New research shows important differences in the response to antihypertensive treatment depending on age and sex

...rmaceutical companies in the world with healthcare sales of over $15 billion and leading positions in sales of gastrointestinal, oncology, anaesthesia including pain management, cardiovascular, central nervou...

Millennium, Aventis Pharma form novel alliance

...000 people in 120 countries and recorded pro forma sales in 1998 of euro 21 billion (US $ 21.65 billion). Aventis was launched in December 1999 through the merger of Hoechst AG and Rhône-Poulenc S.A. Aventis Pharma AG is the pharmaceutical company of Aventis S.A. Aventis Pharma is dedicated to treati...

ORNL sees increase in sales of radioisotope to fight cancer

... $151,033 compared to $125,483 in 1999. Meanwhile, sales of californium-252, used to treat several types of...2 million, down 11 percent from 1999. Revenue from sales of iridium-192 decreased 39 percent from $672,992 to $408,196 -- because of privatization by Intern...

AstraZeneca reaffirms belief in CHARM study

...rmaceutical companies in the world with healthcare sales of over $15 billion and leading positions in sales of gastrointestinal, oncology, anaesthesia including pain management, cardiovascular, central nervou...

In a new observational analysis, Risedronate significantly reduced nonvertebral fracture risk

...gs and human vaccines. In 2002, Aventis generated sales of 17.6 billion (US $16.6 billion), invested 3.1 billion (US $3 billion) in research and development and employed approximately 71,000 people in its core business. Aventis corporate headquarters are in Strasbourg, France. The company's prescripti...

Hopkins study dispels 'panic' myth and suggests ways to involve public in response to a bioterrorist attack

...nging circumstances. Following the anthrax attack, sales of Ciproflaxacin and gas masks increased dramatically. This was not a panic reaction. Based on the circumstances, many people reasonably thought this was the best way to protect themselves, their families, and their children, explains Dr. Glass. Next...

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