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2008-11-05 06:00:06

A.P. Pharma, Inc. (NASDAQ: APPA), a specialty pharmaceutical company, today reported financial results for its third quarter ended September 30, 2008.

2008-10-02 15:01:05

A total of 146 students at Washington's Georgetown University have been treated for a stomach illness as of Thursday, officials say.

2008-09-28 03:00:10

By Akyuz, Aygul Guvenc, Gulten; Ustunsoz, Ayfer; Kaya, Tulay Purpose: To describe the experiences of Turkish women with gynecologic cancer and their partners. Design and Methods: Qualitative research using a descriptive phenomenological approach.

2008-09-24 21:00:29

British health officials said doctors should be cautious about giving drugs to children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. The government said drugs such as Ritalin should only be used in severe cases and never given to children under the age of 5, The Times of London said Wednesday.

2008-09-18 18:00:19

Sucampo Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCMP) today announced results of its phase 2b dose-ranging study of AMITIZA(R) (lubiprostone) in patients with Chronic Idiopathic Constipation (CIC), conducted in Japan.

2008-09-17 00:00:07

By The Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) - Cancer patients will soon be able to use a medication patch to ease the debilitating nausea that often accompanies chemotherapy.The Food and Drug Administration said Monday it has approved the first anti-nausea patch for chemotherapy patients, intended to provide relief for up to five days.

2008-09-16 15:00:37

DEAR DR. DONOHUE: I would like information on Meniere's disease. What caused it to happen to me? Is there a cure for it? - V.C. ANSWER: Meniere's (main-YAIRS) disease consists of a quartet of symptoms: fluctuating deafness, dizziness, tinnitus (ear noises, like ringing) and ear fullness.

2008-09-16 09:00:53

ProStrakan Group has received the FDA approval for Sancuso, which is reported to be the first and only patch to provide up to five consecutive days of control of nausea and vomiting for patients receiving a moderately or highly nausea-inducing chemotherapy regimen.

2008-09-16 09:00:06

By Associated Press WASHINGTON -- Cancer patients will soon be able to use a medication patch to ease the debilitating nausea that often accompanies chemotherapy.