IDMC recommends continuation of PM1183 Phase III trial in platinum-resistant ovarian cancer patients

PharmaMar announced today that the Independent Data Monitoring Committee has notified the Company of its recommendation that the Phase III (CORAIL) trial currently under way with PM1183 in platinum-resistant ovarian cancer patients should continue without any changes.
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IDMC recommends continuation of PM1183 Phase III trial in platinum-resistant ovarian cancer patients

Study shows association between traffic-related air pollution and dark spots on the skin

A largescale study that included women from Germany and China has demonstrated a link between levels of traffic-related air pollution and air pollution-associated gases with the formation of dark spots on the skin, known as lentigenes. The most pronounced changes were observed on the cheeks of Asian women over the age of 50.
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Study shows association between traffic-related air pollution and dark spots on the skin

Family Funeral

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This week from Wednesday 10th February we will be unable to process orders due to attending a family funeral.

From Monday 15th February normal service will be fully resumed, thank you for your patience.

Lorraine

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Family Funeral

Disturbing image shows beetle larva eating a live toad from the inside

(NaturalNews) In a surprising twist of nature, a fascinating photograph has emerged of a particularly ferocious beetle larva eating a living toad from the inside out.The image reveals how larvae of beetles from the genus Epomis have become specialized at killing frogs, salamanders…


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Disturbing image shows beetle larva eating a live toad from the inside

CDC Chipotle investigation leaves questions of possible food terrorism by biotech industry

(NaturalNews) In news that just about left us falling off our chairs, the mainstream media seems to be leaning toward the conclusion that dirty games and evil tactics may be behind the massive string of Chipotle’s E. coli outbreaks.Specifically, The New York Times recently published…


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CDC Chipotle investigation leaves questions of possible food terrorism by biotech industry

Scientists say women's brains are 'wired' to gain weight … Just blame the hormones!

(NaturalNews) Women find it harder to lose weight than men do, because their brains react differently to a family of key metabolic hormones, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Aberdeen, the University of Cambridge and the University of Michigan, and…


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Scientists say women’s brains are ‘wired’ to gain weight … Just blame the hormones!

If you're plugged into broadcast media or social media, your thoughts are not your own

(NaturalNews) If you are plugged into broadcast media or the internet, your thoughts are not your own. You’re being constantly bombarded by other people’s ideas and narratives, and it doesn’t take long before you think these ideas are your own.The purpose of the media — both…


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If you’re plugged into broadcast media or social media, your thoughts are not your own

Maine governor calls on armed citizens to murder drug dealers as opioid/heroin deaths soar among youth

(NaturalNews) You have to hand it to Maine’s unorthodox, independent-minded governor: He is unique, and his approach – while somewhat bizarre to some people – is a breath of fresh air to a majority of state residents who elected him.As noted by Think Progress, an uber…


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Maine governor calls on armed citizens to murder drug dealers as opioid/heroin deaths soar among youth

UTHealth researchers demonstrate new way to reduce preterm birth

Using nanoparticles to engineer a special drug, a team of researchers from McGovern Medical School at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston has demonstrated in pre-clinical trials a new way to both reduce preterm birth and avoid the risks of medication in pregnancy to unborn babies.
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UTHealth researchers demonstrate new way to reduce preterm birth

Early use of influenza drug in pregnant women with flu may reduce length of stay in hospital

Pregnant women are at higher risk for serious illness and complications, including death, from influenza. For expectant mothers hospitalized with flu, early treatment with the influenza antiviral drug oseltamivir may shorten their time in the hospital, especially in severe cases, suggests a new study published in The Journal of Infectious Diseases and available online.
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Early use of influenza drug in pregnant women with flu may reduce length of stay in hospital