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Multiple States Affected By E-Coli Outbreak
Popular Mexican cuisine, fast food restaurant, Chipotle is facing CDC and FDA investigations after being connected to an e. Coli outbreak of the Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli O26 (STEC O26). Numerous states have been affected by the outbreak, including California. Unfortunately,...
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Legionnaires’ Disease Victims Seek Justice
If you or a loved one has been the victim of Legionnaires’ disease, you understand how devastating the illness can be. The disease can be traced to sources where temperatures allow Legionella bacteria to thrive, including building water systems, hot...
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New research suggests mesothelioma cells may be killed quicker
We frequently write about the challenges that mesothelioma patients face. This condition can be painful, debilitating and even fatal. Thankfully, certain treatments can improve the prognosis of certain patients diagnosed with mesothelioma. For example, some patients benefit from drug therapies,...
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Partner Post: Scientific Research Funding
by Brayton Purcell LLP | Dec 2, 2013 | Medical News | Biased Scientific Articles’ Content Based on Funding Written by James P. Nevin Scientific journals publish articles that industries often rely on, courts rely on, and other scientists rely...
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Researchers Describe Potential Test for Early Stages of Mesothelioma
We naturally like to look for a cause and effect when dealing with most things in our life. If we touch a hot pan, we feel pain and can see a red spot on our skin where we burned ourselves...
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Role of Postmenopausal HRT & Lung Cancer Studied
Postmenopausal Hormone Therapy May Increase Lung Cancer Risk October 5, 2009 — A new analysis of data from a hormone replacement trial of 16,608 postmenopausal women suggest those taking a combination form of hormone replacement therapy are at greater risk...
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