“Americans eat and drink about one-third of their calories away from home and people today expect clear information about the products they consume,” FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg said.
“We want to help people in their daily lives today and hopefully increase understanding of disease in the long run,” Google spokesperson Katelin Jabbari said.
“The FDA’s primary concern is the safety of patients,” Maisel told reporters during a teleconference. “We want all women with uterine fibroids to be aware of this risk.”
“It’s one thing to tell people that they ought to stop smoking and that there’s benefits and those kind of things. But I think when we emphasize that this is an alert, we want people to pay attention and to realize that we take this very seriously,” Salazar said. It’s the first alert she has issued since becoming commissioner in August 2013
“Our job is to start the healing process and help the victim, help the survivor move on with their lives, give them back a lot of what was taken away from them,” nurse Lori Sutton said
“It might be a lifetime effect,” said one study leader, Dr. Chris Packard of the University of Glasgow in Scotland.
Neil Risch, a genetics expert at the University of California, San Francisco, said the data are statistically too weak to demonstrate any genetic link. Risch was involved in a smaller study that found no link between male homosexuality and chromosome X.
“We’ve answered all the questions. Now we know that with this different way of lowering cholesterol, you can in fact prevent heart attacks and strokes,” said one study leader, Dr. Christopher Cannon of Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston.