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Mylan says Sanofi loses Lantus insulin patent claims

U.S. generics drugmaker Mylan said on Thursday that the United States Patent and Trademark Office had rejected Sanofi's infringement claims relating to insulin drug Lantus.
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Medical News Today: How our body clocks can make or break our health

A fresh discovery offers a more detailed picture of how disrupted body clocks can lead to poor health, exposing us to problems such as diabetes or cancer.
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Sanofi loses Lantus patent claims against Mylan

U.S. generics drugmaker Mylan N.V. said on Thursday the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office rejected French pharma company Sanofi's patent infringement claims related to two formulations of its blockbuster insulin drug Lantus.
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With no antiretrovirals, Venezuela HIV patients rely on leaf remedy

As Venezuela's hyperinflation and chronic medicine shortages leave HIV patients with little hope of obtaining antiretroviral drugs, many are now relying on the leaves of a tropical tree known as the guasimo.
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Google launches Thai AI project to screen for diabetic eye disease

Google said on Thursday it had launched an artificial intelligence program in Thailand to screen for a diabetic eye disease which causes permanent blindness.
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Mylan says patent office cancels Sanofi’s Lantus patents

Mylan N.V. said on Thursday the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office invalidated French drug company Sanofi's formulation patents on its blockbuster insulin drug Lantus, ruling in favor of the U.S. drugmaker.
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Medical News Today: What are neutrophils and what do they do?

Neutrophils are the most common form of white blood cell. They help the body respond to infection and heal damaged tissue. Levels in the blood can rise and fall due to many reasons, including infection, chronic conditions, drugs, and surgery. Learn more about what altered levels mean and how to test them here.
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Medical News Today: Colorectal cancer: Loss of two genes may drive tumor formation

New research shows how the loss of two genes may drive an aggressive form of colorectal cancer. The findings also point to a potential new treatment.
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Medical News Today: How can alternative treatments help with HIV?

Alternative treatments and natural therapies can complement usual HIV medications to improve a person’s mental and physical health. In this article, we look at the benefits, risks, and possible drug interactions related to alternative therapy in people with HIV.
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Aging Japan: Dementia puts financial assets of the elderly at risk

Yumiko Okubo, 71, had forgotten how to heat up food.