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The CDC identifies nine suspected cases of smallpox in the United States amid signs of local spread

The CDC identifies nine suspected cases of smallpox in the United States amid signs of local spread

Placeholder when loading article actions repair An earlier version of this article mistakenly attributed the quote to Jennifer McQuiston, the CDC’s deputy director. The speaker was CDC Director Rochelle Walensky. The article has been corrected. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said nine cases of suspected smallpox have been detected in seven states since …

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The lack of formula will not end until July, says the FDA chief

The country’s lack of infant formula is unlikely to be fully addressed by the end of July, the head of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) told senators on Thursday. During a Senate medical committee hearing, FDA Commissioner Robert Califf said it would take a while to get to the point where store shelves were …

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The lack of formula will not end until July, says the FDA chief

The country’s lack of infant formula is unlikely to be fully addressed by the end of July, the head of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) told senators on Thursday. During a Senate medical committee hearing, FDA Commissioner Robert Califf said it would take a while to get to the point where store shelves were …

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A Bristol surgeon “hurt” 203 women with unnecessary surgery

An NHS investigation found that more than 200 women were injured when an rogue surgeon operated on them unnecessarily. Some of the women were left with physical problems that changed their lives or were unable to work, and many of them also suffered trauma and serious psychological damage. A total of 203 women were injured …

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The GP suspended from the laptop application will have the case reviewed after the doctors contact in anger

Her GP, who was suspended after she asked for a laptop, will have her case reviewed after it turns out that she was eventually given to her by an employer who has already initiated disciplinary proceedings against her. Dr. Manjula Arora, an overseas doctor from India who has more than 30 years of exemplary service, …

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A Bristol surgeon “hurt” 203 women with unnecessary surgery

An NHS investigation found that more than 200 women were injured when an rogue surgeon operated on them unnecessarily. Some of the women were left with physical problems that changed their lives or were unable to work, and many of them also suffered trauma and serious psychological damage. A total of 203 women were injured …

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Patients must have access to GP meetings on the same day, according to an NHS assessment

Patients who need a GP should be able to see him on the same day, according to a major overhaul that warns that the current system is on the verge of collapse. The report, commissioned by NHS leaders, says the current model is “not fit for purpose” and patient satisfaction is at the “lowest level”. …

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The general practitioner forbade treating patients after an “exaggerated” request for a new laptop

The family doctor was suspended due to “overfeeding” her request for a new NHS work laptop to help her treat patients. Dr. Manjula Arora, 58, was reported to the General Medical Council (GMC) after she wrongly told IT officials that her boss had “promised” her the facility when he actually “recorded her interest” in getting …

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Sunshine Biopharma is preparing for an IND study of a new cancer drug that is expected to beat multidrug-resistant cancer – Benzinga

This post contains sponsored advertising content. This content is for informational purposes only and is not intended as investment advice. Sunshine Biopharma Inc. SBFM announces steps to launch a new drug research (IND) anti-cancer drug study by a biopharmaceutical company focused on oncology – and recently announced that two of its newly designed mRNA molecules …

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