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Glaxo Files Its Entry in Race for a Malaria Vaccine – Wall Street Journal


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Glaxo Files Its Entry in Race for a Malaria Vaccine
Wall Street Journal
An experimental malaria vaccine GlaxoSmithKline PLC filed with regulators Thursday could help fight one of the world's biggest killers—but rival company Sanaria Inc. has a potentially more effective shot in the works. If Europe's regulators give Glaxo's …
Drugmaker seeks approval for world's first malaria vaccineDaily Digest
A New Front Against Malaria? Approval Sought For VaccineThe News Ledge
First malaria vaccine could be available by next yearIrish Times
Delhi Daily News -The Pharma Letter -The Utah People’s Post
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The 20th International AIDS Conference Is the end in sight? – The Economist


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The 20th International AIDS Conference Is the end in sight?
The Economist
TARGETS, students of management agree, help achieve goals. The best are demanding but realistic. And that is something those in charge of the fight against AIDS have come to realise. Their latest target, by far their most ambitious, is to end the epidemic by …
Remembering the HIV/Aids researchers and activists lost on MH17The Guardian
2.6 Million Living With HIV/Aids to Access ServicesThe Guardian
Respect and dignity essential for those infected with HIV: survivor and activistABC Online
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Acetaminophen doesn’t reduce lower back pain, trial suggests – CBC.ca


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Acetaminophen doesn't reduce lower back pain, trial suggests
CBC.ca
Acetaminophen, a painkiller universally recommended to treat people with acute low back pain, does not speed recovery or reduce pain from the condition, according to the results of a large trial published on Thursday. A study published in The Lancet …
For low-back pain, paracetamol 'no better than placebo'Medical News Today
Acetaminophen May Not Help Against Back Pain, Study ContendsPhilly.com
Paracetamol 'doesn't work' for lower back painNHS Choices
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Experts call for stepped-up hepatitis battle – Medical Xpress


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Experts call for stepped-up hepatitis battle
Medical Xpress
The world can beat the cancer-causing disease hepatitis if it raises its game, but treatment programmes need to go hand in hand with those tackling the likes of HIV, experts said Thursday. Viral hepatitis is a group of infectious diseases known by the letters A, …
Experts call to step up hepatitis battleMSN NZ News
Hepatitis Ariticle by Dr. Zubia Waqar – FJDCDental News Pakistan
HIV Meds May Also Help Control Hepatitis CWebMD
The Intelligencer -GlobalPost
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Cards, and Love, Keep Pouring In for Little Boy Battling Cancer – ABC News


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Cards, and Love, Keep Pouring In for Little Boy Battling Cancer
ABC News
Over 15,000 cards have been mailed to Danny Nickerson, the 5-year-old battling cancer who is turning 6 Friday. The Massachusetts boy was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor known as diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma in October, one of the most …
Boy with inoperable brain tumor gets thousands of birthday cardsWFAA
Boy with inoperable brain tumor receives thousands of birthday cardsUSA TODAY
Young boy battling cancer has one wish: Send him birthday cardskdvr.com
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Report: Heavy Kids Often Don’t See Themselves As Overweight – CBS Local


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Report: Heavy Kids Often Don't See Themselves As Overweight
CBS Local
WASHINGTON, DC (CBS) – Overweight kids may not see themselves as overweight, a new survey reveals. The data, which is from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Health and Nutrition Survey, shows that approximately 81% of …
Nearly half the obese youth in America don't know they're obeseBangor Daily News
Obesity Is Not Recognized by Obese ChildrenGuardian Liberty Voice
Healthier Me: How Many Overweight Kids View ThemselvesValley News Live
VOXXI -KTVN -Montgomery Advertiser
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Childhood Bereavement Linked to Higher Adulthood Mortality – Medscape


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Childhood Bereavement Linked to Higher Adulthood Mortality
Medscape
Parental death in childhood or adolescence is associated with increased all-cause mortality into early adulthood, which may reflect genetic and other factors, according to a Scandinavian cohort study published online July 22 in PLoS Medicine. "Bereavement …
Losing a parent during childhood may increase risk of early deathLos Angeles Times
Death of Parent During Childhood May Increase Mortality Risk in Early AdulthoodUniversity Herald
Parent's Death May Raise Risk of Early Death for Grown Children, Study SuggestsHealthDay

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Sierra Leone doctor fighting Ebola catches disease – The Seattle Times


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Sierra Leone doctor fighting Ebola catches disease
The Seattle Times
Sierra Leone's health minister confirms that the doctor in charge of battling the current Ebola outbreak has himself become ill with the deadly disease. Related. Reader Comments. Read all comments · Post a comment. advertising. FREETOWN, Sierra Leone …
Sierra Leone: Doctor Leading Fight Against Ebola Catches the VirusNew York Times
Sierra Leone's chief Ebola doctor contracts the virusNew York Daily News
Top Ebola doctor in Sierra Leone contracts virusCBS News

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Biz Break: Gilead raking in massive cash from hepatitis C drug Sovaldi [San … – Businessweek


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Biz Break: Gilead raking in massive cash from hepatitis C drug Sovaldi [San
Businessweek
July 23–Today: Gilead's expensive, breakthrough hepatitis drug gives a huge boost to profits and revenues. Also: Facebook stock moves to record highs after earnings. The Lead: Gilead's breakthrough hepatitis drug boosts sales. Gilead Sciences needed …
Patient Cures Spur Demand for $1000 Hepatitis C PillBloomberg
Gilead reports $5.8 billion in sales of hepatitis C drugLos Angeles Times
Gilead hepatitis C pill reaches $3.48 billion in quarterly salesSFGate
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An Indian Boy With 260 Teeth Just Got 232 of Them Pulled Out – TIME


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An Indian Boy With 260 Teeth Just Got 232 of Them Pulled Out
TIME
A boy in India endured a six-hour operation Monday to remove 232 teeth that grew as a result of a rare medical condition. Now, Ashik Gavai, 17, has 28 teeth left—four fewer than most adult mouths. 17-year-old Gavai had been suffering from composite …
India doctors remove 232 teeth from boy's mouthBBC News
Big Mouth: Surgeons Remove 232 Teeth from Teen in IndiaNBCNews.com
Doctors pull out 232 teeth from teenager's mouth in MumbaiBusiness Standard
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