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Repetitive Motion Speeds Nanoparticle Uptake
Newly published research by Rice University chemists and North Carolina State University toxicologists finds that repetitive movement can speed the uptake of nanoparticles through the skin.The research is based on in vitro experiments involving animal skin that was exposed to buckyball-containing amino acids. It appears in the Jan. 10 issue of the American Chemical Society's journal Nano Letters.

Thailand, Pharmaceutical Companies To Continue Talks On Compulsory Drug Licenses, U.S. Official Says
Thai public health officials plan to continue discussions with international pharmaceutical companies following recent debates over compulsory licenses issued by the country for some medications, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Senior Vice President Daniel Christman said on Tuesday,

U.S. Ambassador To Thailand Urges Government To Negotiate On Drug Pricing, Compulsory Licensing With U.S. Drug Companies
U.S. Ambassador to Thailand Ralph Boyce on Monday after talking with Thai Public Health Minister Mongkol Na Songkhla said compulsory licensing could be avoided if the Thai government and international pharmaceutical companies work to find a compromise on drug pricing, the Thai News Agency reports (Thai News Agency, 4/23).

USA Today Examines Pharmaceutical Industry Donations, Prescription Drug User Fee Reauthorization Vote
Senators who "raised millions of dollars in campaign donations from pharmaceutical interests secured industry-friendly changes" to a bill (S 1082) approved on Wednesday by the Senate that would reauthorize the Prescription Drug User Fee Act, which will expire on Sept. 30, until 2012,

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