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Mania Drugs Cut Hospitalization Costs

University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston

Patients suffering from mania who stopped taking their mood-stabilizing medicines ran up medical bills three times larger over the course of a year than did patients who took such drugs regularly for at least three months, medical researchers reported Monday at the 152nd meeting of the American Psychiatric Association in Washington, D.C.

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Study Questions Usefulness of Common Allergy Test

Johns Hopkins Medicine

A new study from Johns Hopkins Children's Center may encourage physicians to spare people the discomfort of a skin test to confirm a fairly common diagnosis allergy to cats.

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Cholesterol Carriers Better Predictors than Cholesterol for 2nd Heart Attack

American Heart Association (AHA)

Two proteins that carry cholesterol in the blood may provide a better way to measure heart attack risk than the usual cholesterol blood test, report researchers in today's Circulation.

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Article ID: 12662

Taxotere(R) Plus Adriamycin (R) Outperforms Standard Combination in Breast Cancer

Porter Novelli, New York

Combination treatment with Taxotere(r)/Adriamycin(r) produces longer time to progression, higher response rate than Adriamycin/Cytoxan(r) when used as first-line chemotherapy in women with metastatic (spreading) breast cancer.

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Who Should Get Donor Organs?

American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD)

Organ donations have increased fivefold as families are more willing to consider organ donation. At the American Society of Transplantation Annual Scientific Meeting in Chicagoa a discussion of data on public attitudes towards donation.

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Splitting Livers Could Slash the Waiting Lists

American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD)

At the AST Annual Scientific Meeting, researchers from Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh and St. Christopher's Hospital for Children, will discuss studies which that show that splitting livers from donors--transplanting into two recipients--can be an effective way to meet the need for donated organs.

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New Finding in Transplantation

American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD)

New Drugs, New Approaches to Transplant Technologies Presented at Annual Meeting

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New Strategy May Succeed at Extending Life of Transplanted Kidneys

University of Maryland Medical Center/School of Medicine

A kidney transplant offers people with kidney failure a new chance at a normal, active life. But, on average, a transplanted kidney continues to function for only nine years. Now, doctors at the University of Maryland Medical Center say a new strategy to extend the function of transplanted kidneys shows promise.

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Article ID: 12656

Mirages in deep space seen by Hubble Space Telescope

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Through the Looking Glass: NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has discovered exotic rings, arcs and crosses that are optical mirages produced by gigantic gravitational lenses in deep space.

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15-May-1999 12:00 AM EDT

Article ID: 12655

UNB to Honor Seven at Spring Graduation Ceremonies in Fredericton

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Graduation speakers at The University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, Canada (May 19-20, 1999) include soprano Wendy Nielsen; Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of Canada His Excellency the Right Honourable Romeo LeBlanc; Justice Louise Arbour, prosecutor for the International Criminal Tribunals at the International Court in The Hague; and Edward F. (Ted) Boswell, retired chairperson of E.B. Eddy Forest Products Ltd.

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