LLC for $110 million in cash.

The acquisition of OsoBio is highly complementary to your finished dosage manufacturing business, and is consistent with our technique to be the preeminent supplier of custom and complicated drug development services and products to the pharmaceutical market, said William S. Marth, AMRI's president and ceo. In addition, we expect to realize savings in capital costs from the previously planned facility expansion. We are very excited about the synergies that our Albuquerque operations provides to AMRI within their organization, said Milton Boyer, OsoBio's President.Diet is another apparent likelihood to consider. This University of Alberta study is ongoing, and there’s no question that it’s timely. The federal government has just announced the release of a new version of the Canada Food Guide targeted at First Nations, Inuit and M’tis people. Results of this analysis are published in the February 2007 problem of the American Journal of Community Health insurance and the September 2006 issue of the International Journal of Circumpolar Health.

Acomplia diet medication shows real promise for sustained weight loss, but only if you keep taking it In early clinical trials, Acomplia is looking promising. But with only 3,000+ people tested up to now, it’s considerably from being qualified by the FDA. And even as effective as Acomplia is apparently in early tests, a lot of the hype is overblown: daily walking or cardiovascular exercise results in far more weight loss.