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Sativex was initially brought to market as a treatment for the spasticity associated with Multiple Sclerosis. But as more evidence becomes available its becoming apparent Rick Simpson was onto something with his cancer treatment. And with sales for the treatment of cancer expected to double the £150 million pounds it made as a MS treatment when licensing is completed, that would be a fair assumption.
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Everyone feels nervous at some point in their lives. Waking in the middle of the night to a ringing phone or hearing news of a looming tempest can make someone very nervous. Anxiety Disorder, however, is a more persistent problem than a passing bad feeling.
By Rob Waugh UPDATED: 08:32 GMT, 14 December 2011 During nuclear weapons testing in the early Fifties, one of the challenges facing the U.S. government was to design a camera capable of capturing a nuclear device mid-explosion.
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We are the front-line workers who haul container rigs full of imported and exported goods to and from the docks and warehouses every day.
It's the end of year and holiday cheer is all around! 2011 has been a big year for renewable energy campaigners and as it draws to an end, there's still time for one final action to show our leaders we want them to keep working for renewable energy. Will you send your local pollie a Christmas message to say thanks (or less thanks!)
Posted by Mochizuki on December 12th, 2011 · 50 Comments The wall of the south side is falling apart at reactor 4.
Approaching the first anniversary of his election as Labour leader, a confident Ed Miliband tells Robert Philpot and Richard Angell from Progress in the United Kingdom, how he is occupying Britain’s new centre-ground and why he is following his own instincts. Ed Miliband does not like comparisons. He will not, for instance, be drawn on a briefing given to the Spectator earlier this summer in which readers were told that the Labour leader had ‘an unlikely new role model’ – Margaret Thatcher.
Here follows an e-mail from a 70-year-old American friend about pick-pockets and effective police work on the Paris Metro:
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board provoked an enormous backlash by airing ads that tell women who are date-raped that they have only themselves and their friends to blame.
Tony Kelly ... faces forgery charges.
Australians will support a referendum to remove from our constitution any discriminatory provisions bearing on indigenous Australians.
If the Australian Labor Party were a company, its board of directors would be seriously looking at themselves and their strategic plan. The glory days of 2007, when the ALP formed every national, state and territorial Australian government, are long gone. Its market share has collapsed, its sales force is confused and demoralised, and its new product offerings at best misunderstood or under-appreciated by its once-faithful customers.