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Traditional Tibetan medicine exposes people and environment to high mercury levels
Science Daily
... Tibetan Plateau, or 'Roof of the World,' as a pristine alpine environment, largely untouched by pollution. But researchers have now shown that traditional Tibetan medicine exposes people and the environment to high levels of mercury and methylmercury.



New York Times

Blood Pressure Medicine Is Recalled
New York Times
The Food and Drug Administration has announced a voluntary recall of a widely prescribed blood pressure medication made in China, reviving fears about the safety of imported drugs. Three companies that sell the generic drug, valsartan, in the United ...
FDA recalls heart, blood pressure medicines due to cancer-causing substanceWLS-TV
Blood pressure medicine recall: FDA says ingredient poses cancer risk, list of recalled drugsAL.com
Some heart drugs being recalledChicago Sun-Times
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WSPA.com

A common blood-pressure medicine is being recalled because of a toxic ingredient
Quartz
The US Food and Drug Administration is recalling some medicines commonly used to help control blood pressure because batches of it may contain a chemical that's used to induce cancer in lab rats. The recall was issued after it was discovered that a ...
FDA recalls blood pressure medicines over cancer riskWSPA.com
3 Companies Recall Blood Pressure Medications Over Cancer FearsTIME
Recall: Blood pressure medicine may contain carcinogenWRAL.com

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EU and Japan reinforce their collaboration on inspections of medicine manufacturers
EU News
It allows regulators to rely on good manufacturing practice (GMP) inspections in each other's territories, to waive batch testing of medicines that enter Japan from EU countries and vice versa and to share information on inspections and quality defects ...

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Sun Sentinel

Modernizing Medicine names former Thomson Reuters executive as its new president
Sun Sentinel
Modernizing Medicine has named Joe Harpaz as its new president and chief operating officer. Harpaz comes to the company from Thomson Reuters, where he was a managing director. Harpaz brings more than two decades of experience in technology, ...



KOKH FOX25

Just Kids Pediatrics: Pediatric Preventative Medicine
KOKH FOX25
Finding a place that provides medical care while making your child feel safe and comfortable is the goal of Just Kids Pediatrics. Dr. Angela K. Yaffe from Just Kids Pediatrics joins us to talk pediatric preventative medicine as well the other services ...



KTRK-TV

PAID IN FULL: Anonymous gift pays tuition for entire UH College of Medicine first class
KTRK-TV
Some medical students at the University of Houston won't have to worry about paying for school. Thanks to an anonymous $3 million gift, 30 students in the fall 2020 inaugural class at UH's College of Medicine will have their tuition paid for, the ...
$3M gift pays tuition for first class at UH College of MedicineKPRC Click2Houston
Anonymous Gift Of $3 Million Pays Tuition For Entire First Class At UH College Of MedicineHouston Public Media
BREAKING: UH College of Medicine receives $3 million anonymous donation to pay for tuition of inaugural classCommunity Impact Newspaper
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education
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Gender Bias in Medicine Has Far-Reaching Consequences
Psychiatry Advisor
HealthDay News — Overlooking women in medicine can have far-reaching consequences, according to a perspective piece published in the June 14 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine. Lisa S. Rotenstein, M.D., M.B.A., from Brigham and Women's ...



STAT

New challenge filed to CRISPR patent licensed by Editas Medicine
STAT
nother key patent on the CRISPR genome editing technology is facing a legal challenge. On Tuesday, St. Louis-based Benson Hill Biosystems, a privately held agriculture biotech company, filed a petition 1 for post-grant review with the U.S. Patent and ...

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International Atomic Energy Agency

IAEA Partners with Brazil's SBMN to Facilitate Training for Nuclear Medicine Professionals in Latin America, the ...
International Atomic Energy Agency
The IAEA signed a practical arrangement today with the Brazil-based Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Nuclear (SBMN) which will increase training opportunities for nuclear medicine professionals in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), as well as in ...


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