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Shares of Human Genome Sciences doubled in Thursday morning trading on news that a major British biopharmaceutical company offered to buy it for $2.6 billion, which the Rockville company rejected as too low. Human Genome, which uses the human DNA...
Ministry of GossipFormer Backstreet Boy Nick Carter's sister, Leslie, passed away Tuesday at the age of 25, delivering a shock to the family, which includes singing brother Aaron....
Some things have changed at Roland Park, where Eliza McLaren has taken over the field hockey head coaching duties from Debbie Bloodsworth, who resigned the position last spring. But McLaren will continue many traditions Bloodsworth brought to the program...
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It was just after noon on a recent weekday, the parking lots at the Annapolis Westfield Mall were already full, and a woman in a dark sedan weaved through the swelling traffic, looking for a place to park. Jessica Lawrence, a Glen Burnie resident, saw...
Los Angeles Times Staff Writers*This piece originally ran on A1 on Tuesday, October 21, 2008* Jennifer and Greg Danylyshyn of Pasadena are conscientious parents. They keep proper car seats in their used BMW, organic vegetables in the family diet and the pediatrician's number by the...
FOX 4 Medical ReporterThe federal government hasn't approved a new drug for lupus, a disease that causes a person's immune system to attack their own body, in over 50 years. But all of that changed on Wednesday, and that's good news for sufferers of the dibillitating disease....
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Weekend Anchor/ReporterResearch at Virginia Tech could reveal the cause of lupus. It's already uncovered a key to understanding it better. Ongoing research at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine may change the way doctors view lupus. Dr. Ansar...
Los Angeles TimesA group of scientists think they've figured out why the autoimmune disease lupus afflicts people of Asian and African descent at higher rates than Caucasians. Their theory: A form of a gene that raises risk of lupus has a plus side - rendering the...
FOX 4 Medical ReporterBasketball had been Dionta Hall's game since he was just three years old, but his life took a bad bounce last fall after his kidney's suddenly shut down with what doctor's say is lupus, a disease in which the immune system attacks the body. The doctors...
All The RageThe invitation read, “Don’t be afraid to embrace your ‘Orangeness,’” and guests weren’t shy about sporting ties, scarves or dresses in the spring shade. The colorful party at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel benefited Lupus...
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