Ostrich antibodies can protect humans from viruses

Ostrich antibodies can protect humans from viruses The humble ostrich: savior of the human race http://www.jst.go.jp/seika/images/dottedline_01.gif) repeat-x;"> In 2009, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported 15,000 or more deaths due…

Biosimilars: More Treatment Options Are on the Way

photo:http://www.chaindrugreview.com/_assets/image/Rexall_Minister%20Deb%20Matthews%20flu%20shot_2012.jpg”   The medical marketplace is about to get bigger. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Zarxio (filgrastim-sndz), the…

MERS fears in South Korea: Nearly 700 isolated as health officials seek to block spread

MERS fears in South Korea: Nearly 700 isolated as health officials seek to block spread   South Korean health officials isolated nearly 700 people on Monday in an effort to stop the spread of the potentially deadly Middle East Respiratory…

South Korea reports 2 new MERS cases

South Korea reports 2 new MERS cases May 27, 2015 by Yonhap News         SEOUL/SEJONG — South Korea have confirmed two new cases of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), raising the total number of people…

Taiwan-Doctor to head to S. Korea to study MERS-CoV: CDC

Taiwan Doctor to head to S. Korea to study MERS-CoV: CDC CNAMay 28, 2015, 12:20 am TWN TAIPEI -- Taiwan will send a doctor to South Korea Thursday to learn about the development of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus…

Al Rajhi Bank launches new medical plan

Al Rajhi Bank launches new medical plan Tuesday, 26 May 2015 KUALA LUMPUR: Al Rajhi Bank launched its newest medical plan, i-Medic, which offers affordable and comprehensive medical and hospitalisation coverage for its customers.  Underwritten…

Korea's medical workers sent to Ebola-hit Sierra Leone share stories

Korea's medical workers sent to Ebola-hit Sierra Leone share storiesUpdated: 2015-05-18 03:15:32 KST When President Park Geun-hye announced her decision to deploy Korean medical workers to Ebola-hit West Africa last October, the administration…

Traditional Natural Medical Physician Confab from Friday

Traditional Natural Medical Physician Confab from Friday by Salena Pail, [email protected] Posted on May 21, 2015, Thursday   MIRI: International Traditional Natural Medical Physician Conference 2015 to be held at Meritz…

What’s next for tobacco control? A smoke-free generation

  May 26 2015, 2.15am EDT Each year 60,000 Australians and millions throughout the world die from cigarette smoking. One billion people are projected to die of tobacco-related disease by 2050. This is a national and international…

Once-banned Australian pain drug to be relaunched overseas

    MAY 11, 201512:00AM An Australian-made version of a pain drug once banned in the US because of toxicity concerns is to be relaunched overseas after approv­al by European health­ ­regulators. Medical Developments…