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Articles from MondayMorning (March 24, 2008)

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Alzheimer's disease will claim about one in eight baby boomers in their lifetime, or about 10 million Americans, a new report suggests. Brief article 161
Amgen Inc (Thousand Oaks CA) and Wyeth (Madison NJ) added the strongest US Food and Drug Administration warning to the prescribing information for the arthritis drug Enbrel to highlight the risk of infections, including tuberculosis. Brief article 134
Baxter International Inc. Brief article 135
Baxter's heparin contaminant identified. Brief article 227
Cardiome Pharma Corp. (Nasdaq) led advancing issues, surging $1.65, or 26% on the week, to $7.89. Market share report 163
Cydex Pharmaceuticals Inc. Brief article 132
FDA links more deaths to medtronic stent. Brief article 302
Former InterMune CEO Indicted. Brief article 232
Hospitals reuse medical devices to lower costs. Brief article 191
In other action, Boehringer Ingelheim told the FDA that patients using its Spiriva respiratory inhaler may face a greater risk of stroke. Brief article 102
Merck & Co. Brief article 121
Network approach identifies three new obesity genes. Brief article 243
People undergoing surgery for lung cancer tend to fare better when the procedure is performed at a teaching hospital, a new study suggests. Brief article 224
Pfizer Inc. Brief article 149
Takeda and Abbott splitting TAP venture. Brief article 191
Unconscious bias may make some doctors less likely to recommend knee replacement surgery to women than to men, a new study suggests. Brief article 241
Wall Street wrapped up a gyrating week of massive volatility with a big advance Thursday that kept stocks higher for the week but didn't quell all of investors' concerns about the economy and the credit markets. Brief article 253
Weekly key rates in percent. 107
Weekly stock performance (as of March 20, 2008). Market share report 366

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