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Lancet.com

  1. Politics trumps science at the FDA
    The Lancet 
    The Lancet
    - Vol. 366, Issue 9500, 26 November 2005, Page 1827
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  1. The UK drug industry: responsible, ethical, and professional?
    The Lancet 
    The Lancet
    - Vol. 366, Issue 9500, 26 November 2005, Page 1828
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  1. Maintaining anti-AIDS commitment post “3 by 5”
    The Lancet 
    The Lancet
    - Vol. 366, Issue 9500, 26 November 2005, Page 1828
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  1. After FIELD: should fibrates be used to prevent cardiovascular disease in diabetes?
    Colhoun H
    The Lancet
    - Vol. 366, Issue 9500, 26 November 2005, Pages 1829-1831
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  1. Total lymphocyte counts and ART in resource-limited settings
    Moore D, Montaner J
    The Lancet
    - Vol. 366, Issue 9500, 26 November 2005, Pages 1831-1832
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  1. COPD: good lung health is the key
    Hurd SS, Lenfant C
    The Lancet
    - Vol. 366, Issue 9500, 26 November 2005, Pages 1832-1834
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  1. HIV risks in incarcerated injection-drug users
    Wood E, Montaner J, Kerr T
    The Lancet
    - Vol. 366, Issue 9500, 26 November 2005, Pages 1834-1835
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  1. Seeking rational policy settings for PMTCT
    Holmes W
    The Lancet
    - Vol. 366, Issue 9500, 26 November 2005, Pages 1835-1836
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  1. SA health minister urged to stop vitamin-peddling doctor
    Kapp C
    The Lancet
    - Vol. 366, Issue 9500, 26 November 2005, Pages 1837-1838
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  1. Uganda is learning from its Global Fund grant suspension
    Bass E
    The Lancet
    - Vol. 366, Issue 9500, 26 November 2005, Pages 1839-1840
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  1. Tackling HIV/AIDS: more scientific truth, less bureaucracy
    Gallo RC
    The Lancet
    - Vol. 366, Issue 9500, 26 November 2005, Pages 1841-1842
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  1. Far flung tales of AIDS
    Das P
    The Lancet
    - Vol. 366, Issue 9500, 26 November 2005, Page 1842
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  1. AIDS talk
    Martin C
    The Lancet
    - Vol. 366, Issue 9500, 26 November 2005, Page 1842
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  1. Ashok Alexander: taking on the challenge of AIDS in India
    Shetty P
    The Lancet
    - Vol. 366, Issue 9500, 26 November 2005, Page 1843
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  1. William H W Inman
    Pincock S
    The Lancet
    - Vol. 366, Issue 9500, 26 November 2005, Page 1844
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  1. Roflumilast for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    Bergmann JF
    The Lancet
    - Vol. 366, Issue 9500, 26 November 2005, Page 1845
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  1. Roflumilast for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    Eller P, Pechlaner C
    The Lancet
    - Vol. 366, Issue 9500, 26 November 2005, Pages 1845-1846
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  1. Roflumilast for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    Morice AH
    The Lancet
    - Vol. 366, Issue 9500, 26 November 2005, Page 1845
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  1. Roflumilast for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    Boyd A, Bhowmik A, Rajakulasingam K
    The Lancet
    - Vol. 366, Issue 9500, 26 November 2005, Page 1846
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  1. Roflumilast for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease – Author's reply
    Rabe KF
    The Lancet
    - Vol. 366, Issue 9500, 26 November 2005, Pages 1846-1847
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HIV/AIDS
I don't know how many of you have signed these petitions, but as they pertain to Hiv/Aids, or at least all but one does in one way or another(and that one is of a similar type disease)...I thought maybe if you had a chance and you had not signed them, you could take time out of your busy schedule to do so. HIV/AIDS does not discriminate. It kills people of all gender, race, religion, culture, age, sexual preference. It does not care if you are short, tall, fat, skinny, ugly, pretty, handsome or average. It can and does affect all of us. We are all part of the human race. I thank you and I wish you peace and happiness.



Urge President Bush to Fully Fund the Global AIDS Bill


Call Upon President Bush to Step Up the Fight Against AIDS


Don't let Bush play politics with teens' health



HEPATITIS C VIRUS (HCV) NEEDS FUNDING FOR RESEARCH MR BILL GATES


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