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Even Female Bosses Face Sexual Harrassment: Study

By Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Jan. 24, 2020 (HealthDay News) — When most people think of sexual harassment of females on the job, they assume it’s happening to lower-level staffers. But surprisingly, women supervisors actually encounter more of it than other female workers, a new study finds. Researchers examined workplace sexual harassment in the… Read More »

JPM: Alexion to take Ultomiris into tough ALS study as switching campaign exceeds expectations

Alexion’s winning its campaign to switch patients from its blockbuster Soliris to next-gen follow-up Ultomiris. Not content to simply move patients over, though, the company’s taking a swing at a new Ultomiris indication where other candidates have struck out. The company will start a phase 3 trial for Ultomiris in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), an indication… Read More »

Vaping Leaves E-Cigarette User With Rare Lung Scarring: Study

Vape. (Photo Credits: Pixabay) New York, December 5: An e-cigarette user has been diagnosed with a rare form of lung scarring typically found in metal workers, says a new study. Doctors diagnosed the patient with hard-metal pneumoconiosis, a rare form of lung disease that causes irreparable damage, persistent coughing and breathing issues. It is typically… Read More »