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Now that the FDA has told them to take the drug off the market completely, it was clear what was going to happen. Happen it has: the company is laying off a large part of its workforce. It's very much in doubt whether Inclusig will ever come back.
Ohio Valley Art League is inviting members of their organization to submit their artwork for Winter Wonderland IV, an exhibit that will be on display in the galleries at Henderson Fine Arts Center starting Nov. 26...All media will be accepted for the
Kullman, DuPont Chieftess apparently was unable to find a buyer for her sub-performing chemicals unit. Indeed, would-be buyers may have been scared off by the somewhat buried legal legacy of the Company's chemicals: * Pending in numerous federal and
Florida put William Edward Happ to death Tuesday using an untried execution drug for kidnapping, raping and killing a young woman in 1986. Happ, 51, who spent almost half his life on death row, apologized to the family of Angie Crowley before he
An Italian research institute has severed collaborative ties with British drug giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) following a major dispute over who should have access to a series of clinical trial data on antibiotic treatments. As reported by Chemistry
The date harvest is underway in the Arava through mid-October. According to Boaz Horowitz, Chairman of the Arava's Research and Development , said that in the central and northern part of the Arava the crop is likely to yield approximately 7,500 tons
National President Tim McCarthy said under the circumstances it was a bit rich' for the minister to make such strong pronouncements against senseless and deliberate violence against animals'. The minister refers to the deaths of a small number of
Clair was arraigned Tuesday morning on 18 counts of felony drug charges after investigators said they found in his office narcotics and drugs that can be used to treat anxiety. Court records show Mr. Day was released on $25,000 unsecured bail...
why not hijack those pathways with fluoroacetate and make fluorinated things that no one's ever seen before? That's the subject of this new paper in Science , from Michelle Chang's lab at Berkeley. There's the complication that fluoroacetate is a
The Chinese police have recently revealed more details about suspected economic violations by GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) China. The British pharmaceutical giant has been under investigation since early July for suspected bribery and tax-related violations,