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first_imgPharmalot In an unusual move, two of the world’s biggest drug makers — Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMY) and Sanofi (SNY) — filed a lawsuit accusing the Hawaii attorney general of violating their free speech rights by insisting they include certain cautionary statements about the Plavix blood thinner in product labeling.At issue is language about the effectiveness of the medication in East Asian and Pacific Islanders, who constitute roughly half of Hawaii’s population. A lawsuit filed by the state in 2014 alleged the drug makers, which once jointly marketed the drug, failed to include data that indicated Plavix would not work for people in those groups. Ed Silverman Bristol-Myers and Sanofi accuse Hawaii of violating their free speech rights Unlock this article — plus daily coverage and analysis of the pharma industry — by subscribing to STAT+. First 30 days free. GET STARTED Daily reporting and analysis The most comprehensive industry coverage from a powerhouse team of reporters Subscriber-only newsletters Daily newsletters to brief you on the most important industry news of the day STAT+ Conversations Weekly opportunities to engage with our reporters and leading industry experts in live video conversations Exclusive industry events Premium access to subscriber-only networking events around the country The best reporters in the industry The most trusted and well-connected newsroom in the health care industry And much more Exclusive interviews with industry leaders, profiles, and premium tools, like our CRISPR Trackr. What is it? Pharmalot Columnist, Senior Writer Ed covers the pharmaceutical industry. STAT+ is STAT’s premium subscription service for in-depth biotech, pharma, policy, and life science coverage and analysis. Our award-winning team covers news on Wall Street, policy developments in Washington, early science breakthroughs and clinical trial results, and health care disruption in Silicon Valley and beyond. What’s included?center_img Matt Rourke/AP @Pharmalot By Ed Silverman Jan. 9, 2020 Reprints About the Author Reprints GET STARTED [email protected] Log In | Learn More Tags government agencieslegalSTAT+stateslast_img read more

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first_img$4 Million for Water Management Project EnvironmentMay 15, 2012 FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Just over $4 million has been allocated in the 2012/13 Estimates of Expenditure, currently before the House of Representatives, to fund integrated management of Yallahs/Hope River Watershed Management Area Project, in the Ministry of Water, Land, Environment and Climate Change. The undertaking, being implemented by the National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA) over the next four years, beginning this September, aims to reduce pressure on natural resources in the Yallahs and Hoper River watersheds of the Blue Mountains, by increasing sustainable land management techniques. These are expected to yield improved management of biological diversity and enhanced flow of ecosystem services that sustain the livelihood of local residents. It is envisaged that under the project: a geographic information system (GIS) watershed information management system, and bio-monitoring and water quality monitoring programme will be established; an institutional structure for watershed management will be implemented; financial and economic incentives to support  sustained bio-diversity and watershed management will be established; community awareness of sustainable land management techniques will increase; as also lands under sustainable agro-forestry, by eight per cent. To date, technical documents have been prepared in relation to agro-forestry and biology; biodiversity; economics of natural resources; institutional framework for financial management; GIS/data mapping; rural development; communications; hydrology; and carbon sequestration. Anticipated targets for 2012/13 include: the establishment of a project management unit; and outlining of the management framework for the integrated aspects of the project, being jointly funded by the Government of Jamaica and the Global Environmental Facility (GEF). Related$4 Million for Water Management Project Related$4 Million for Water Management Project Advertisements By Douglas McIntosh, JIS Reporter Related$4 Million for Water Management Projectlast_img read more

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first_imgRelated Items:Blazenko Lackovic, Vardar, veszprem Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. ShareTweetShareShareEmail “THE LAST GOLDEN CROATIAN BOY” – Blazenko Lackovic retires! Veszprem – Vardar for the SEHA Gazprom league title 2020 ShareTweetShareShareEmail CommentsHC Vardar was defeated at the visit last weekend to Veszprem very convincingly, but to make things worse is the fact that Blazenko Lackovic without any contact suddenly injured his Achilles’ tendon on the right foot. He went straight to Zagreb for examination and underwent surgery, and the result is not good at all, Vardar will be missing him between 5 and 6 months, which means he will also miss the World Championship 2015 in Qatar. Click to comment Recommended for you Veszprem put Kiel 8 goals behindlast_img read more

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first_imgScientific American Mind:My family is what you might call politically diverse, with members ranging from real pinko-commie hippies to paranoid right-wing conspiracy theorists—and we’re all connected on Facebook. This election year, things among us had gotten pretty acrimonious until my brother, Colin, did something ingenious: he made a pledge to stop talking politics on Facebook.In the middle of a heated argument, it’s tough to picture everything working out well in the end with your opponent. Yet remaining hopeful may actually help that happen, says Susan Krauss Whitbourne, a personality researcher and professor of psychology at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.Read the whole story: Scientific American Mind More of our Members in the Media >last_img read more

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first_imgBy KEVIN TEME A premiership title is worth waiting for Magani rugby league club that is currently participating in the country’s premier league, the South Pacific Brewery Ltd sponsored Port Moresby rugby league competition. Magani club is made up of mixture of players from various cultures and background all around the country with most of these players currently residing in Port Moresby. Magani have fall short to that dream of winning the PRL premiership title on a few occasions one being in 2007 against Brothers and it is certainly a dream that is being a long wait for head coach Chris Enara. Brushed aside the regionalism and despite the respective players’ background, the Magani are band of brothers who live, eat and walk rugby league and feel pride in donning the color of the South Sydney Rabbitohs in the NRL as their outfit every time they run onto the paddock for their respective matches. Certainly for coach Enara and like any other coach such as Panther’s Richard Wagambie, the Aroma lad not only acted as a coach but a mentor to many of these youths who have strolled or walked or even run into this club to show case their hidden talents. With so many of these players having made it into the Kumuls side, one thing that has been evading them for a long time now is a premiership title for the club. This premiership dream is soon to become a reality as the Chris Enara coached side lines up this Sunday against a full strength Richard Wagambie’s Paga Panthers outfit in the main A grade game. Both clubs have come a long way this season by keeping their grand final hopes alive, and it won’t be an easy task for Magani when they face the Panthers. “I think this year, we have achieved one thing at a time and that is making short term goals which worked out well for us. We’ve come this far believing in our structure and we’ll work hard to improve on it and polish up on our defense,” Enara said. “This year, we didn’t look too far ahead rather we just set ourselves short term goals and achieved it slowly. The goals motivated the boys to play for each other and here we are ending here in the semi final against Panthers,” Enara said. Enara said the goal was to win three out of the five games played in the opening round and not to their surprise they won five straight games. “When we realised we had enough points we set ourselves a goal to finish in the top four which we did. Coming this far is a bonus and now we are within striking distance and we’ll surely give it our full,” Enara said.last_img read more

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first_imgBANGKOK, Sept 23 – About 10,000 Thais, foreigners join Bangkok’s car-free day campaign, riding bicycles in the capital on Sunday.Saman Lertwongrat, representative of the Transport Minister joined the state and private sector in a parade of 12,000 bicycles from the Royal Plaza on the car-free day.  Thai Cycling for Health Association organised the event, aiming to alleviate global warming and encourage people to travel by mass transportation services, bicycles or on foot to help reduce the greenhouse gas emissions. Both Thais and foreigners wore red, white and blue, the colors of the Thai flag, and started the route at Dusit Palace heading to Lumpini Park. The event is scheduled to end around 3 pm.last_img read more

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first_imgBy JARROD POTTER GETTING through the NAB Cup unscathed was the first step in the right direction for Greater Western…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

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first_imgWGCA LOWER GRADES REVIEW – ROUND 9 (ONE-DAYER) Tooradin and Emerald played out an absolute thriller at Rutter Park Reserve….[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription. By Hayley Wildes last_img

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first_imgLamar and Stephen F. Austin each clinched a spot to the Southland Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament in Katy, Texas, March 13-16, with key conference wins Saturday afternoon. The Lady Cardinals handed Central Arkansas its first home conference loss of the season while the Ladyjacks went on the road and defeated Southeastern Louisiana. UCA still holds a one-game lead heading into the final week of the season at 12-4 while both SFA and Lamar are 11-5. In other league action, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi won its sixth consecutive contest with a victory over Houston Baptist, McNeese State and Nicholls won its 10th conference game by defeating Abilene Christian and UIW, respectively, and Northwestern State knocked off New Orleans.Lamar 56, Central Arkansas 53CONWAY, Ark. –Lamar staged a last-minute rally to pull out a 56-53 win over host Central Arkansas in a Southland Conference women’s basketball game. Lamar closed out the game on a 9-0 run over the final 2:26 to clinch a berth in the Southland Conference Tournament later this month.  |  Read More  |  UCA RecapStephen F. Austin 92, Southeastern Louisiana 79HAMMOND, La. – Heading into Saturday’s contest junior center Porsha Roberts had only missed two shots in her career against Southeastern Louisiana. That number increased by only one as she and the Stephen F. Austin Ladyjacks rolled to a 92-79 victory. It was the first time since Feb. 29, 2011 the Ladyjacks scored 90 or more points against a conference opponent.  |  Read More  |  Southeastern RecapMcNeese State 71, Abilene Christian 64LAKE CHARLES, La. – The McNeese State had a come-from-behind 71-64 win over Abilene Christian Saturday to improve to 17-10 overall and 10-6 in the Southland. Sophomore Allison Baggett led all scorers with a game-high 20 points.  |  Read More  |  ACU RecapTexas A&M-Corpus Christi 90, Houston Baptist 65CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – Seniors Brandi Huff and Jasmine Shaw each posted 20-plus points, as the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi women’s basketball team won its sixth straight game, 90-65 over Houston Baptist on Homecoming. The Islanders improved to 16-11 and 9-7 in Southland play with the victory to close in on a spot in the Southland Conference Tournament.  |  Read More  |  HBU RecapNicholls 76, UIW 64THIBODAUX, La. – Powered by sophomore Emani White’s 22 second-half points, the Nicholls State University women’s basketball team exploded for 52 points in the final 20 minutes to erase an eight-point halftime deficit to defeat Incarnate Word 76-64 on Senior Day at Stopher Gym.  |  Read More  |  UIW RecapNorthwestern State 51, New Orleans 48NEW ORLEANS, La. – Janelle Perez completed a three-point play after she was fouled on a circus shot that fell through to give the Northwestern State women’s basketball team a comeback victory over New Orleans Saturday evening at the Lake Front Arena in Southland Conference action.  |  Read More  |  UNO Recaplast_img read more

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first_imgA fisherman from a city called Puerto Princesa in the Philippines was working 10 years ago when he spotted a huge pearl inside of a giant clam.  He took it home to his little wooden shack and put it under his bed for good luck.And he’s kept it there for the past 10 years.  But there was a FIRE at his place earlier this year, and when he had to move, he decided maybe he should see if it was worth anything.  And . . . um . . . yeah, it was.The pearl is 77 pounds.  It’s 26 inches long and 12 inches wide.  Both of those measurements make it the biggest pearl in the HISTORY OF THE WORLD by a massive margin.And it’s worth approximately $100 MILLION.The current world record for the biggest pearl is the Pearl of Allah, which was also found off the coast of the Philippines.  It’s “only” 14 pounds and it’s less than 10 inches long.The new pearl is being authenticated now.last_img read more

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