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Roche warns competition could slow growth

Switzerland-based Roche is the world's top cancer drug makerRoche, the world's top cancer drug maker, warned Wednesday that new competition could weaken growth but voiced confidence that a pipeline of new products would help offset any slowdown. Patents on several of the Swiss-based company's top-performing cancer treatments are due to expire, leaving Roche vulnerable to so-called biosimilars.

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January 31st, 2017

Harrowing journey gives Patriots’ Solder perspective

Nate Solder of the New England Patriots addresses the media at Super Bowl XLIX Media Day Fueled by Gatorade inside U.S. Airways Center on January 27, 2015 in Phoenix, ArizonaWin or lose on Sunday, New England Patriots tackle Nate Solder will have no difficulty putting the Super Bowl 51 outcome into its proper perspective. The 6ft 8in (2.03m) gentle giant of the Patriots offensive line is preparing for a third Super Bowl after a personal journey that has seen him battle back from cancer before his infant son was diagnosed with a rare form of the disease. Solder, one of the linemen responsible for protecting Patriots star Tom Brady, admits that the trials and tribulations of the past three years allows him to see his day job differently.

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January 31st, 2017

U.S. court ruling on MS drug is the latest blow for Teva

(Reuters) – A bitter defeat in a U.S. patents case sent shares in Teva Pharmaceutical Industries plummeting on Tuesday, the latest in a series of setbacks that has investors calling for major changes at the world’s largest generic drugmaker.

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January 31st, 2017

Trump’s embattled U.S. education secretary pick may face Senate fight

Betsy DeVos testifies before the Senate Health, Education and Labor Committee confirmation hearingBy Lisa Lambert WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Billionaire philanthropist Betsy DeVos, already known as one of the most controversial nominees for education secretary in U.S. history, now risks a rare congressional rejection. The deeply divided U.S. Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee on Tuesday agreed to send her nomination to the full chamber for a vote, the final step in the confirmation process.

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January 31st, 2017

Spicer: Trump’s travel order isn’t a ‘ban’

White House press secretary Sean Spicer. (AP)The White House press secretary insists the immigration policy isn’t a "ban," even though the president has also used the term.

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January 31st, 2017
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