Monday, March 10, 2008

Adhesions Medical Headlines ARDvark Blog

Drugs In US Drinking Water
Written by Catharine Paddock
A five month investigation by the Associated Press has discovered that small quantities of drugs, including antibiotics, sex hormones, and anti-seizure compounds, have been found in public drinking water supplied to over 40 million Americans across the US...[read article]

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Fellowship Supports Super Bug Crackdown

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New Treatment Strategy For Crohn's Disease Shows Promise

Multicenter Trial On Minimally Invasive Fibroid Treatment

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Flat Colon Lesions Identified And Removed Using Colonoscopy

Statement On BBC Newsnight Report On Gaviscon, British Generic Manufacturers Association

Federal Court Invalidates Bayer's Patent On Yasmin Birth Control Pill

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Los Angeles Times Examines Product Liability Lawsuits, Potential For Court To Shield Drug Makers

MRSA Is A Slow Moving Hurricane That Cannot Be Averted Says Infection Expert

Potential For New Antibiotics From Synthetic Peptoids

SUFU 2008 Winter Meeting Pelvic Organ Neurophysiology: Implications For Chronic Pelvic Pain And The Overlap Of Chronic Pelvic Pain

Followup Of Patients With Interstitial Cystitis Responsive To Treatment With Intravesical Bacillus Calmette Guerin Or Placebo

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