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Wednesday, April 4, 2007
Today's Globe: hormone risk, Pembroke CEO, resistant flu, pet food, Merck drug
A 2002 study that led millions of women to throw out their hormone pills may have overestimated the dangers of that medication to women in their 50s, new research suggests. Study co-author Dr. JoAnn E. Manson will chat live with Globe readers about the report at noon at boston.com.
Paul Zani, chief executive officer of Pembroke Hospital, has resigned, and the hospital has agreed to cap its admissions amid several state investigations into the private psychiatric facility.
A strain of flu has shown hints of resistance to two flu drugs among patients in a small study in Japan, a country known for prescribing the drugs more frequently than anywhere else in the world.
The Nevada firm that imported tainted wheat gluten that triggered a massive, nationwide recall of pet food said it shipped the product only to pet food manufacturers.
Merck & Co.'s arthritis drug Arcoxia, the planned successor to its withdrawn Vioxx painkiller, probably won't win US clearance because studies suggest the product raises the risks of heart attacks.