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How Stocks Taste Ups And Down- Ally Financial (NYSE:ALLY), Actavis (NYSE

Posted in Valsartan on 23rd June 2014

How Stocks Taste Ups And Down- Ally Financial (NYSE:ALLY), Actavis (NYSE
Forest Laboratories, Inc. (NYSE:FRX) [Trend Analysis] released the publication of data from its pivotal Phase III Study of an Investigational FDC of nebivolol and valsartan in the May 30, 2014 issue of The Lancet. In the study, the combination of …
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Talon Therapeutics, Inc. reports on the first quarterback 2013 Financial year results

Posted in Nefazodone on 23rd May 2013

Talon Therapeutics, Inc. Reports First Quarter 2013 Financial Year Results
… Posaconazole, clarithromycin, atazanavir, indinavir, nefazodone, nelfinavir, ritonavir, saquinavir, telithromycin). In a similar manner the simultaneous use of strong CYP3A-Inductors should be avoided (eg, dexamethasone, phenytoin, carbamazepine, be rifampin …
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Medication Discount Card offers financial incentives for local government and health care providers

Posted in Loestrin on 3rd April 2013

Margate, NJ (PRWEB) 6 March 2012

Medication Discount Card announces new opportunities for partnerships with health care providers across the country, bringing valuable discounts provider bottom lines and a host of benefits for the health of the community.

Medical and pharmaceutical institutions across the country are eligible for the Medication Discount Card. $ 1.25 for each prescription filled with the card – pharmacies and hospitals, which will distribute the card will receive between $ 0.50. This partnership opportunity is also open to city and county governments.

In that time we have seen how important said cost drugs for the community and the healthcare industry as a whole, Jeremy Duboys, founder of MDC. We are sure that the drug discount card, significant and valuable financial benefits for providers and consumers.

Medication Discount Card will offer anywhere from 10% to over 75% discount on all FDA-approved drugs. There is no time-consuming application process or excessive paperwork. The card has no fees, no health restrictions, never expires and is accepted at almost all major pharmacy in the United States.

Example savings below:

14% discount – Lo Loestrin FE

57% discount – Generic Lo Loestrin FE (Norethindrone Ace & Ethinyl Estradiol-Fe)

84% discount – amlodipine besylate

14% discount – Lamictal

91% discount – Generic Lamictal (Lamotrigine)

estimates of all available discounts are available by their drug cost / Pharmacy Locator

In addition, the Medication Discount Card valuable discounts on medications not covered by typical insurance medications like appetite suppressants, antacids, contraceptive devices and implants, cosmetic drugs for hair growth or wrinkles, immunizations and vaccines, hypnotics and sedatives, smoking cessation prescriptions covered, Nutritional care and many others.

The card also provides a much higher rate of savings for consumers than other medical discount cards. On average, saved Medication Discount Card users 60.04% off the regular price for their medications than 13% higher than other cards on the market. Buyers of brand-name drugs that use the drug discount card are also entitled to discounts – receive for their purchases (usually $ 5 $ 25). These discounts are passed on Medication Discount Card holders via a handy MasterCard debit card that is immediately refilled once a consumer is eligible for a new discount.

Medication Discount Card can be easily printed on the cards online website http://medicationdiscountcard.com. Consumers can also contact the pharmacies nearby, looking in the Medication Discount Card to participate, and can also check how much they saved on their current medications with the map.

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18.02.2011 – PRESS RELEASE: Addex Pharmaceuticals 2010 Financial Results Next Wednesday

Posted in Ortho EST on 20th February 2011

18.02.2011 – PRESS RELEASE: Addex Pharmaceuticals 2010 Financial Results Next Wednesday
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Do Global Financial Markets need an “Injection of Testosterone” or more money to restore confidence?

Posted in Antidepressant on 11th December 2010

Santa Monica, CA (openPR) 27 October 2008

Karlis Ullis, MD for his new book Super T 2 (update of his 1999 book Super T) go an analysis of scientific data on financial market behavior and Testosterone levels.

Some results include: testosterone (T) levels in men are variable and fluctuate greatly depending on environmental events, stress and other stimuli. Extreme volatility “overthrow global markets is likely to reduce significantly the production of testosterone levels with cortisol elevations in many men and women. Testosterone levels should be measured. Restoration of normal, or at least can help a high-normal range, regain confidence and personal financial survival.

A study of male floor traders in London in real working conditions, and Herbert Coats of researchers, led by (USA 2008, April Proc Natl Acad Sci). They concluded that a male’s morning T level to be “the day of profitability,” predicted. Which is similar to the “winner effect”. The “winner effect” studies have shown that the fans of winning teams have higher testosterone levels than losers and keep going higher if the winning continues. Higher cortisol levels of higher risk and volatility in the London dealer.

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It is possible to stabilize and enhance mood through the normalization of testosterone levels for age. This can also cause a reduction in stress and fear factors by stress hormones especially cortisol. High cortisol impairs memory, decision making and can reduce testosterone levels.

Scientific data support the concept that the “shameless greed and criminal behavior,” originating at the upper levels of decision making in companies like Bear Stearns, Lehman, AIG, Citi Bank and others were probably too high T and cortisol levels and acted impulsively. Excessive greed and T can be high self-esteem correlate. This “hormone mix may be the creation of the disastrous” financial derivatives “monsters have. These high-T – High Cortisol “cheaters” probably knew that credit debt swaps and other such instruments were unregulated worldwide. Now they have become a sideshow for a shadow business compared with standard financial practices (CBS.com, 60 minutes, 5 October 2008)

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The result now is that many people make it very likely in a “low-T-panic mode” with low self-esteem, depression, lack of ability to make rational decisions with high cortisol levels accentuating fear and anxiety control.

How can we fix a broken and bankrupt financial system?

Global financial gurus say more federal money to spend:

1 Acquisition finance companies – “be saved”

2 Buy up almost worthless debt

3 Stop home foreclosures

4 New jobs.

A base of scientific knowledge hormonal solution is to T should be increased to normal levels and lower cortisol. T is the great-Hormonal Male Survival Tool. T also has anti-anxiety and anti-depressant effects produced greater mental and physical endurance.

Financial leaders, consultants and investors, and others who are feeling depressed in these hard times pointed out, go to their preferred physicians, endocrinologists, or those who understand the T and sex hormone balance. You need to ask for a blood test for total and free testosterone and estradiol. If testosterone levels are low for age and there are no medical contraindications T therapy should be considered abnormally high estradiol with decreasing. A normal T level for the age can restore confidence, promote lower depression and durability. It can be long-term positive impact than just “injecting money.” It could lead to better decision making, less anxiety less depression, mental and more physical durability and strength

The Wall Street Journal What advice do in Down Market, (Eric Felton, October 10-11, 2008) suggests that the analysis of scotch you can drink. Lord Felton advises to good quality Scotch at a good price to get. But alcohol is “very estrogen and testosterone levels will go down, while escalating estrogen. All nature is very pro-estrogenic. The plant world is full of plant estrogens such as soy, linseed, clover and many other herbs. Many environmental toxins are endocrine disruptors and women in favor of the species. Male fish and other species exposed to take on the female anatomy and behavior.

There are no plant androgens – those with testosterone-like effects in the world

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S. Bhasin, MD, professor and chairman of endocrinology at Boston University School of Medicine (Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism, 2007) eloquently in an editorial notes that globally declining testosterone and sperm levels, we go to a “sterile to planets. ”

CONCLUSIONS

1 The global financial crisis with a heavily loaded pro-estrogenic world, the anti-androgenic (anti-male) is mixed with a very serious problem. It is not possible, the damage of the endocrine disorder pollution delete already produced. Women are not immune to global elevated estrogen levels. Excess estrogens may be abnormal and to many different types of cancer, autoimmune diseases such as lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, breast cancer and other diseases. Older women (menopause) in the financial world and in general also need a testosterone “check up” and maybe a T-Boost.

2 The “financial crisis” must be treated hormonally and environmentally friendly. Otherwise it can be an extremely long financial doom and the world could be sterile and full of cancer.

3 See qualified endocrinologist or other qualified doctors to give back, confidence, motivation and stamina to survive by means of T-Testim therapies such as T-Gel (Auxillium) AndroGel (Solvay) or compound creams T, T injections, pellets, etc. It is also necessary to do this cardio, strength training, meditative exercises and eat high quality lean protein diets.

BIOGRAPHY:

Karlis Ullis, M.D.

Former Assistant Clinical Professor for 30 years at the UCLA Geffen School of Medicine.

author. Super T, the right age and the hormonal revolution diet

Medical Director and testosterone specialist

Sports Medicine and Anti-Aging Medical Group

Santa Monica, CA 90403

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