Health News Archive - January 15, 2009
$515 Million Criminal Fine is Largest Individual Corporate Criminal Fine in History; Civil Settlement Up To $800 Million WASHINGTON, Jan.
TORONTO, Jan. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Skin cancer patient Debra Gardocki receives an injection from oncologist Dr. Sanjiv Agarwala as part of a study exploring a new approach to treat advanced melanoma -- an often fatal form of cancer for which there are limited effective treatment options.
Philadelphia Attorney Stephen Sheller's Whistleblower Clients Help Government Recover $1.4 Billion Record Settlement and Criminal Fine in Eli Lilly & Company Zyprexa(R) Marketing Case Lead Attorney Filed Complaint in 2003 Representing Six Whistleblowers PHILADELPHIA, Jan.
Catherine Finley and Tucker Shumack Each Bring Nearly a Decade of Hill Experience to Firm WASHINGTON, Jan.
1,152 gifts of life were transplanted because of the generosity of donors and their families PHILADELPHIA, Jan.
Taser stun devices police use to subdue fleeing, belligerent or dangerous suspects play no role in fatal heart attacks, a U.S.
Imagine being forced to say no to a child crying for more food at supper. Sadly, Margie Fischer doesn't have to imagine it; that was normal life at her family's dinner table for years.
Midlife coffee drinking can decrease the risk of dementia/Alzheimer's disease (AD) later in life.