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22 HOURS AGO - WebMD

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22 HOURS AGO - Huffington Post

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Jenny McCarthy Claims She's 'Not Anti-Vaccine' ... Again

Jenny McCarthy might be the celebrity poster child for the anti-vaccine movement, but she is once again saying she's not really anti-vaccine. The Daily Beast's Lloyd Grove broached the subject of vaccines while speaking with the former "View" co-host recently. Although her publicist attempted to shut down the discussion, McCarthy was willing to talk. “I am not anti-vaccine,” McCarthy told ...

Tags: Jenny McCarthy Claims She's 'Not Anti-Vaccine' ... Again,  Autism Latest News

OCT 24, 2014 - Yahoo! News

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Novo Nordisk receives U.S. subpoena related to Danish factory

By Teis Jensen COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Denmark's Novo Nordisk, the world's biggest maker of insulin, has received a U.S. subpoena requesting documents relating to potential manufacturing issues at its Kalundborg plant in Denmark, the company said on Friday. The Kalundborg factory 100 km west of Copenhagen is the world's biggest insulin production site, making half the world's supply. It also ...

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OCT 21, 2014 - Yahoo! News

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Analysts see U.S. approval of Novo Nordisk's obesity drug by year-end

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is likely to approve Novo Nordisk's new drug to treat obesity this year, analysts said after wide expectations of an FDA decision late on Monday were not met. Danish drugmaker Novo Nordisk applied for approval for liragludtide, under the name of Saxenda, on Dec. 20 last year. Monday, exactly 10 months ...

Tags: Analysts see U.S. approval of Novo Nordisk's obesity drug by year-end,  Novo Nordisk Latest News

15 MINS AGO - Philadelphia Inquirer

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Haverford gets record gift from an alum the college helped save

Howard Lutnick lost his mother to cancer when he was a high school junior. And one week into his freshman year at Haverford College, his father died, too - the result of a tragic medical mistake.

Tags: Haverford gets record gift from an alum the college helped save,  Cancer Latest News

8 HOURS AGO - Health Canal

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Aspirin’s Protective Effect in Cancer Explained

Dagny Stuart -For years, scientists have known that regular aspirin use may reduce the risk of cancer.

Tags: Aspirin’s Protective Effect in Cancer Explained,  Cancer Latest News

8 HOURS AGO - Washington Times

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Penn study seeks to track Ambler's asbestos legacy

AMBLER, Pa. (AP) - Joe Amento, a lifelong resident of Ambler, was 53 when he died of a rare cancer with one main cause - exposure to asbestos. He was fine at Christmas 2002. In January, a pain in his side kept him awake at night. He was ...

Tags: Penn study seeks to track Ambler's asbestos legacy,  Christmas Latest News

OCT 24, 2014 - MSNBC

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Town celebrates Halloween and Christmas early for boy with terminal cancer

In a close-knit Utah town where time has become a precious commodity for one family, the Christmas lights are already up and Halloween is in full swing 10 days early. The town of West Jordan has come together to ensure that a 4-year-old boy with only a short time to live gets to make the most of it.

Tags: Town celebrates Halloween and Christmas early for boy with terminal cancer,  Christmas Latest News

9 HOURS AGO - Philadelphia Inquirer

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Fund-raising event will honor Enterovirus D68 victim

A fund-raiser, "Smiles for Eli," will be held Sunday in Hamilton, N.J., to support the family of a preschooler whose death last month was the first confirmed fatality from Enterovirus D68 in the United States.

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OCT 23, 2014 - Washington Times

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Arizona records 1st confirmed case of Enterovirus

PHOENIX (AP) - Health officials say Arizona now has a confirmed case of Enterovirus D68, a virus that can cause serious respiratory illnesses in young children. The virus spreads when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or touches contaminated surfaces. The confirmed case was in Maricopa County, and ...

Tags: Arizona records 1st confirmed case of Enterovirus,  Enterovirus Latest News