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A 2004 WHO report and the subsequent collaboration of 42 agencies worldwide at the UN General Assembly resulted in a new resolution on road safety 26th October 2005 on giving. Recommends recommends the implementation of the WHO to reduce road traffic injuries and deaths reported, the United Nations and for the organization of the first United Nations Global Road Safety Week called, and demands that the Member States and the international community recognize the on the third Sunday in November of every year as the World Day of Remembrance for road traffic Victims.

Researchers at three U.S. Institutions studied the use of a new form of stimulation in patients with medically refractive depression. The results of this study, long-term follow-up of the cortical stimulation Treat Major Depressive Disorder is, N. By Emad Eskandar, Masachusetts General Hospital / Harvard Medical School, 30 to 10 Tuesday will be presented May 2009, during the 77th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons in San Diego. Co-authors are Douglas Kondziolka, MD and Brian Kopell, MD . Eskandar.

About the PROVE 1 trialPROVE 1 is a four-arm mildronate scandal.

About the PROVE 1 trialPROVE 1 is a four-arm, double-blind, placebo-controlled Phase 2b clinical trial of telaprevir in treatment-naive patients with genotype 1 HCV infection. The protocol placed no restrictions on enrollment in the study on weight, race / ethnicity or baseline viral load is based mildronate scandal . In the U.S. Of telaprevir was dosed in combination with pegylated interferon – 2a and ribavirin . The primary objective of PROVE 1 is the proportion of patients in each arm, of a sustained virologic response , 24 as undetectable HCV RNA to achieve defined assess week after dosing. The study was fully enrolled in September 2006 and is at approximately 35 centers in the U.S., all subjects completed telaprevir dosing by the third week of December 2006, will be continued. For a complete description of the PROVE 1 study design may 23rd in Vertex See 2006 Press Release. About Hepatitis C – Hepatitis C is a liver disease caused by infection with hepatitis C virus in the blood in the blood of people with the disease. A serious public health concern 170 million people worldwide, is spread through direct contact with the blood of an infected person. Though many people with hepatitis C no symptoms, others may have symptoms such as jaundice, abdominal pain, fatigue and fever. Hepatitis C significantly increases a person’s risk for chronic liver disease, cirrhosis, liver cancer and death.