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  01/13/2005 World Health Organization (WHO) - Health and Science
African health leaders vow to meet polio eradication goal - Despite spread of virus to Sudan and Saudi Arabia, ministers optimistic about wiping out paralysing disease
  01/13/2005 Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) - Business
Bristol-Myers Squibb and Medarex Global Development and Commercialization Collaboration for MDX-010 Becomes Effective
  01/13/2005 Agfa HealthCare - Business
Agfa acquires GWI, an outstanding European company in healthcare IT - Agfa-Gevaert announces that following regulatory approval from the German and Austrian anti-trust authorities the acquisition of GWI has been closed on January 13, 2005. GWI is one of the leading European companies active in the fast growing market of ...
  01/13/2005 Alzheimer Research Forum (ARF) - Health and Science
Statins Boost α -Secretase, but Not Through Cholesterol - In efforts to interfere with A β peptide production, most of the attention has been lavished on the β - and γ -secretase enzymes...
  01/13/2005, Nature Publishing Group (NPG) - Health and Science
Epilepsy drug may delay ageing - Treatments lengthen worm lives, but proving human effect will be tricky.
  01/13/2005 University of Southern California, EurekaAlert!-AAAS - Clinical
USC/Norris oncologists test new front-line therapy for pancreatic cancer - USC/Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center oncologists are testing the effectiveness of a new drug against pancreatic cancer in a phase II clinical trial sponsored by the NCI.
  01/13/2005 Nature, EurekaAlert!-AAAS - Health and Science
The simple truth: Animal development not as complicated as it seems - Shedding light upon evolution, a University of Houston professor studying cell lineages found surprising simplicity in the logic of animal development. Ricardo Azevedo, assistant professor in the department of biology and biochemistry, specializes in how evolution changes the way animals develop.
  01/13/2005 Science, EurekaAlert!-AAAS - Health and Science
Surprising study reveals how cancer-causing protein activates - In a study published in Science, Brown Medical School and Rhode Island Hospital researchers show that STAT3, a cause of breast and prostate cancers, is turned on inside cells not one, but two, ways. Drug makers can use the findings to try and inhibit this deadly [oncoprotein] more effectively.
  01/13/2005 Ecology Letters, EurekaAlert!-AAAS - Health and Science
Sardines may prevent toxic gas eruptions off the California and African coasts - Milky, turquoise-colored [dead zones] appearing repeatedly off the coast of southwest Africa could signal things to come for eastern Atlantic and Pacific coastlines. In Ecology Letters, November, authors A. Bakun and S. Weeks compare several areas where strong offshore winds cause an upwelling of nutrients in the ocean and thus a population explosion of phytoplankton, the microscopic plant life that drifts through the ocean.
  01/13/2005 Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology, EurekaAlert!-AAAS - Health and Science
Clam embryo study shows pollutant mixture adversely affects nerve cell development - A scientist at the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) has published the results of an EPA-funded clam embryo study that supports her hypothesis that, when combined, the pollutants bromoform, chloroform, and tetrachloroethylene--a chemical cocktail known as BCE--can act synergistically to alter a key regulator in nerve cell development.

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