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Prof. Rafael Inigo Pavlovich,MD,PhD,FACS,
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Hermosllo, Mexico.
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Fri, 31 Oct 2014 20:02:40 GMT


Judge rejects strict limits on US nurse who treated Ebola patients
1 of 8. Nurse Kaci Hickox (L) joined by her boyfriend Ted Wilbur speak with the media outside of their home in Fort Kent, Maine October 31, 2014. Credit: Reuters/Joel Page. Related Video. Video · Ebola quarantine need differs for troops, healthcare workers: ...
Judge says nurse who treated Ebola patients does not have to be fully quarantinedWashington Post
Ebola update: Maine judge rejects quarantine for nurse Kaci HickoxCNN
Judge rejects Ebola quarantine for nurseSFGate
USA TODAY -New York Daily News
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Fri, 31 Oct 2014 19:41:11 GMT


Canada imposes visa ban on nations where Ebola raging
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada will stop issuing visas to people from the three West African nations where the Ebola is widespread, the government said on Friday. The federal citizenship ministry, explaining the move, said in an official document that "the ...
Canada Halts Visas for Applicants From Ebola-Stricken CountriesWall Street Journal
Ebola: Canada suspending visas for residents of outbreak
Canada No Longer Issuing Visas From Countries Affected by EbolaMy Champlain Valley FOX44 & ABC22
Daily Beast -Brandon Sun
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Fri, 31 Oct 2014 20:00:34 GMT

Fox News

UN official: No need to quarantine everyone from Ebola hotspots
(CNN) -- It is not necessary to quarantine people merely because they come from Liberia, Sierra Leone or Guinea, the United Nations Ebola coordinator said Friday. "People do not need to be quarantined unless they have come into contact with people have ...
Ebola Death Toll Nears 5000TIME
US envoy Power defends Ebola guidelines, warns on GuineaDaily Mail
Ebola: What people are talking aboutUSA TODAY
Newsweek -Reuters Africa
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Fri, 31 Oct 2014 15:08:20 GMT

Medical News Today

What is an 'unusual' sexual fantasy?
Medical News Today
The findings of a study purporting to be the first ever to define sexual deviation have been published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine. woman with corset and whip. The results of the study point to marked differences between how men and women interpret ...
Men want weird sexual fantasies to come trueFirstpost

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Fri, 31 Oct 2014 20:00:33 GMT

Uncover California

Dignity Health to pay $37 million to settle overbilling claims
Dignity Health, a three-state hospital chain based in San Francisco, has agreed to pay the government $37 million to settle claims that it overbilled Medicare and a military health care program for years. The Justice Department said Dignity, formerly known as ...
Dignity Health pays $37 million in false-claims
Dignity Health hospital system settles whistleblower suit for $37MBusiness Insurance
CORRECTING and REPLACING Dignity Health Whistleblower Case Returns ...Business Wire (press release)
Uncover California -Capital OTC -Delhi Daily News
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Fri, 31 Oct 2014 19:39:22 GMT

The Westside Story

FDA panel votes in favor of Daiichi Sankyo's blood thinner drug overwhelmingly
The Westside Story
Japanese drug maker Daiichi Sankyo Co's blood thinner has been approved by a U.S. Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Cardiovascular and Renal Drugs Advisory Committee by a 9-1 vote. Their blood thinner, called edoxaban, can now be used on ...
FDA Advisory Panel Gives Tepid Support To New Daiichi Sankyo DrugForbes
FDA advisory panel supports Daiichi Sankyo blood thinnerMaine News Online
FDA panel backs Daiichi's blood thinnerFox News
MedPage Today -Pharmacy Times -Reuters
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Fri, 31 Oct 2014 20:04:24 GMT

ABC News

News Guide: A Look at Latest Ebola Developments
ABC News
No African countries are on the United Nations list of contributors to fight Ebola. With few exceptions, African governments and institutions are offering only marginal support as the continent faces its most deadly threat in years. Pledges to deploy 2,000 African ...
Pentagon Ebola Quarantine Takes Effect, But Civilians ExceptedWall Street Journal
Liberia-bound NJ volunteers: NJ's Ebola response 'absolutely ridiculous'The Star-Ledger
Ebola quarantine made optional for DOD civiliansStars and Stripes
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Fri, 31 Oct 2014 17:23:17 GMT

Ebola Today: Judge Says Hickox Can Move Freely; Mass. Officials Announce ...
12:57 p.m. ET: You can move, if you want to. Maine Judge Charles C. LaVerdiere ruled on Friday that Kaci Hickox, the nurse who has been protesting a mandatory quarantine imposed upon her by New Jersey and then the governor of Maine, can leave her ...
6 Mass. Hospitals Collaborate On Ebola Response PlanWBUR
State designates 6 Ebola treatment centers; UMass Memorial not on listWorcester Telegram
Six Mass. hospitals agree to handle Ebola patientsBoston Globe
New England Public Radio -CBS Local
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Fri, 31 Oct 2014 20:00:33 GMT


Stanford doctor in Ebola quarantine in Bay Area
Dr. Colin Bucks hasn't had close physical contact with another human being since Sept. 21 and he won't for another two weeks, when his quarantine period ends after his return from the Ebola front lines in Liberia. Bucks, a Stanford emergency medicine ...
Stanford Doctor Under Ebola Quarantine Remains Symptom-FreeCBS Local
Ebola: Stanford doctor back from Liberia has no qualms with quarantineContra Costa Times
Montco, Bucks health officials now monitoring 7 for EbolaThe Intelligencer
Palo Alto Online
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Fri, 31 Oct 2014 19:55:58 GMT

Voice of America

Ebola Studies Help Demystify Vulnerability
Voice of America
Two notable studies on Ebola this week shed more light on why some people are devastated by the virus, while others manage to survive the deadly pathogen. In one, researchers gathered data from 106 Ebola-stricken patients at the Kenema Government ...
Ebola: Whether Or Not You Die Could Be GeneticHeadlines & Global News
Virus Sleuths Chip Away At Ebola MysteriesWWNO

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