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2005-08-04 08:28:12

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Breast has long been best when it comes to feeding babies but a California company this week launched the first known venture to commercialize human donor breast milk and develop its use for sick children. "Human milk has 100,000 different components and we only really know what a few thousand of them are and what they do," Elena Medo, CEO of Prolacta Bioscience, said on Wednesday. "It is an enormous area of discovery. I am sure there is a reason for every one of...

2005-08-03 19:29:06

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Breast has long been best when it comes to feeding babies but a California company this week launched the first known venture to commercialize human donor breast milk and develop its use for sick children. "Human milk has 100,000 different components and we only really know what a few thousand of them are and what they do," Elena Medo, CEO of Prolacta Bioscience, said on Wednesday. "It is an enormous area of discovery. I am sure there is a reason for every one of...

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2005-08-03 19:25:00

LOS ANGELES -- Breast has long been best when it comes to feeding babies but a California company this week launched the first known venture to commercialize human donor breast milk and develop its use for sick children. "Human milk has 100,000 different components and we only really know what a few thousand of them are and what they do," Elena Medo, CEO of Prolacta Bioscience, said on Wednesday. "It is an enormous area of discovery. I am sure there is a reason for every one of those...

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2005-02-18 06:54:47

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Detecting illegal drug use may one day become as simple as testing spit on a sponge. Researchers on Thursday said techniques now being developed for analyzing saliva may in the future replace many of the blood and urine tests that now are used to detect drug abuse and disease. Some law enforcement agencies in Europe already test drugged drivers using saliva and the technique is gaining acceptance in the U.S., said Edward Cone, a Maryland researcher developing equipment for...


Word of the Day
barratry
  • The offense of persistently instigating lawsuits, typically groundless ones.
  • An unlawful breach of duty on the part of a ship's master or crew resulting in injury to the ship's owner.
  • Sale or purchase of positions in church or state.
This word ultimately comes from the Old French word 'barater,' to cheat.
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