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Stephen Hawking discharged from Rome hospital
Sat, 03 Dec 2016 11:45:06 -0500

Physicist Stephen Hawking sits on stage during an announcement of the Breakthrough Starshot initiative with investor Yuri Milner in New YorkBritish physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking was discharged from hospital on Saturday after two days of checks, the Rome-based hospital said. Hawking, who was in the Italian capital to attend a conference at the Pontifical Academy of Sciences and met Pope Francis on Monday, was taken to Romes Gemelli hospital on Thursday night. The hospital, considered one of the countrys best and where popes are treated, said Hawking was in a good condition and was returning to Britain.


For Apple and others, tin supply chain has ties to rebel-held Myanmar mine
Sat, 03 Dec 2016 11:42:24 -0500

A tin mine is seen in Man Maw in ethnic Wa territory in northeast Myanmar(Corrects Nov. 29 story to clarify that Shenmao Technology did not say it bought tin from the Wa mine) By Yimou Lee and Joel Schectman YANGON/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - From a remote corner of northeastern Myanmar, an insurgent army sells tin ore to suppliers of some of the worlds largest consumer companies. More than 500 companies, including leading brands such as smartphone maker Apple, coffee giant Starbucks and luxury jeweler Tiffany & Co, list among their suppliers Chinese-controlled firms that indirectly buy ore from the Man Maw mine near Myanmars border with China, a Reuters examination of the supply chain found. The mine is controlled by the United Wa State Army (UWSA), which the United States placed under sanctions for alleged narcotics trafficking in 2003.


"Unprecedented" numbers face severe hunger in South Sudan - U.N
Sat, 03 Dec 2016 02:37:31 -0500

UN peacekeepers control South Sudanese women and children before the distribution of emergency food supplies at the United Nations protection of civilians site 3 hosting about 30,000 people displaced during the recent fighting in Juba, South SudanSome 3.6 million people in South Sudan face severe food shortages - the highest levels ever experienced at harvest time - and the crisis is likely to worsen when food from the current harvest runs out next year, the World Food Programme (WFP) said. The countrys hunger levels have doubled since last year, the U.N. agency said in a report released on Friday. Nearly 60 percent of the population of Northern Bahr el Ghazal state is affected, 56 percent in Unity, and 47 percent in Western Bahr el Ghazal.


Kerr tells Comcast SportsNet Bay Area he smoked pot for pain
Sat, 03 Dec 2016 01:07:45 -0500

FILE - In this Oct. 25, 2016, file photo, Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr reacts during the teams NBA basketball game against the San Antonio Spurs in Oakland, Calif. Kerr, the reigning NBA Coach of the Year, acknowledged he tried marijuana twice in the past 18 months while dealing with debilitating back pain. Kerr told Comcast SportsNet Bay Areas Warriors Insider Podcast with Monte Poole on Friday, Dec. 2, that he used medicinal marijuana but it didnt help. (AP Photo/Ben Margot, File)OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Steve Kerr, the reigning NBA Coach of the Year with the Golden State Warriors, acknowledged he tried marijuana twice in the past 18 months while dealing with debilitating back pain.


New bird flu outbreak hits French foie gras exporters
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 21:14:12 -0500

The H5N8 variant of bird flu, which also hit duck farmers in the Netherlands last month, is highly infectious for poultry but poses little danger to humansA new outbreak of bird flu hit Frances foie gras producers just as a ban on exports outside Europe was about to be lifted in time for the crucial holiday period. The agriculture ministry said the outbreak of the "highly pathogenic" H5N8 strain of the virus was detected Thursday on a duck farm in the southwestern Tarn region, the heart of the lucrative, though controversial, foie gras industry. Exports outside the European Union had been suspended after an outbreak a year ago, and producers were waiting for the green light -- which had been set for Saturday -- to resume shipments just in time for the Christmas holidays, when the delicacy is especially popular.


Trump moves to quickly fill his top Cabinet ranks
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 19:31:08 -0500

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump speaks at a rally as part of their "USA Thank You Tour 2016" in CincinnatiBy Emily Stephenson NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump said he expected to have most members of his Cabinet announced next week, interviewing more candidates at Trump Tower for top jobs in his administration as he prepares to take office on Jan. 20. Trump is still weighing who to choose as secretary of state. The Republican president-elect said on Thursday he had chosen retired Marine Corps General James Mattis as defense secretary and would make a formal announcement on that on Monday.


New data on risk vs benefit for potent CAR-T cancer drugs
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 19:14:18 -0500
A promising but risky new group of customized cancer drugs will be in focus this weekend at the annual meeting of the American Society of Hematology (ASH), where clinical trial results will help clarify their potential for doctors and investors. Experimental chimeric antigen receptor T-cells, or CAR-Ts, are made by genetically altering a patients' own T-cells in the lab to help the immune system find and kill cancer cells. Early excitement over the drugs has propelled investor interest in biotech Kite Pharma Inc, whose shares have tripled since a 2014 initial public offering, as well as rival Juno Therapeutics Inc, whose therapy JCAR015 has generated concerns after five leukemia patients died due to severe brain swelling.
U.S. pushes to close lead testing gaps, echoing Reuters report
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 18:37:02 -0500
By Joshua Schneyer and M.B. Pell NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. states must do more to ensure that all children enrolled in the Medicaid health care program are tested for lead poisoning, a U.S. Government agency said this week, acknowledging major gaps in screening that were highlighted in a recent Reuters investigation. In a bulletin published on Wednesday, the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) directed states to comply with requirements to test all Medicaid-enrolled children for lead at ages one and two. It also cited steps that state Medicaid administrators should take to ensure children do not miss the tests.
Wal-Mart to settle U.S. lawsuit over benefits for same-sex spouses
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 18:06:54 -0500

Shopping carts are seen outside a new Wal-Mart Express store in ChicagoWal-Mart and lawyers for Jacqueline Cote, the worker who filed the 2015 lawsuit in federal court in Boston, said in a court filing that the money may be split among more than 1,000 people who were denied spousal benefits between 2011 and 2014, when Wal-Mart changed its policy. Sally Welborn, a senior vice president at Bentonville, Arkansas-based Wal-Mart, said in a statement that diversity and inclusion were among the companys core values. "We will continue to not distinguish between same and opposite sex spouses when it comes to the benefits we offer under our health insurance plan," she said.


Higher blood clot risk after starting testosterone treatment
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 17:10:50 -0500
By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - - Men may have an increased risk of blood clots after they start taking testosterone to treat sexual dysfunction, a recent study suggests. In the first six months after starting testosterone, men have a 63 percent higher risk of clots in the legs and lungs than they did before beginning treatment, the study found. While the absolute risk of a clot, known as a venous thromboembolism, is low and diminishes over time, men should still discuss it with their doctors, said lead study author Dr. Carlos Martinez of the Institute for Epidemiology, Statistics and Informatics GmbH in Frankfurt, Germany.
Heavy teenage drinking linked to abnormal brain development
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 16:49:32 -0500
By Madeline Kennedy (Reuters Health) – - Teens who drink heavily are more likely than their peers to have less gray matter, an important brain structure that aids in memory, decisions, and self-control, according to a Finnish study. The study was observational, so it is impossible to say whether heavy drinking caused this stunted brain development. “Substance use has been found to be connected to social exclusion, mental health problems and lower educational attainment,” said lead author Noora Heikkinen of the University of Eastern Finland.
U.S. health spending in 2015 rose at fastest rate since 2007
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 16:19:17 -0500

Exterior of view of the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles where singer Kanye West has reportedly been hospitalized, California U.S.Growth rose 5.8 percent to $3.2 trillion, or $9,990 per person, according to federal data published in the independent journal Health Affairs and compiled into a report by officials with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. After five years of historically low growth between 2009 and 2013, spending picked up in 2014 and 2015 as the Affordable Care Act - sometimes referred to as Obamacare - expanded health insurance coverage through marketplace insurance plans and Medicaid, the report said. Over the two-year period between 2013 and 2015 the number of people with private health insurance rose 2.5 percent on average to 9.7 million.


Driving home from night shift may be safer with light therapy
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 16:01:57 -0500
By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - - Exhausted shift workers may be safer driving home at night when they're exposed to bright light before they hit the road, a small study suggests. To test the effect of light therapy on driving, researchers did a series of three experiments with 19 adults. In two scenarios, participants spent a night being sleep-deprived in a lab and then spent 45 minutes in dim or bright light before a driving test.
US health care tab hits $3.2T; fastest growth in 8 years
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 15:45:02 -0500

Chart shows health spending figures; 2c x 4 inches; 96.3 mm x 101 mm;WASHINGTON (AP) — The nations health care tab grew at the fastest rate in eight years in 2015, driven by the coverage expansion in President Barack Obamas law and by costly prescription drugs, the government said Friday.


FDA lets Lilly cite Jardiance heart data, shares jump
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 15:30:23 -0500
U.S regulators said on Friday they would allow Eli Lilly and Co to state that its diabetes drug Jardiance reduces risk of death from heart problems, lifting company shares almost 3 percent and potentially giving a strong boost to the drug's future sales. Jardiance, a once-daily pill also known as empagliflozin, was approved by the FDA in 2014 to help lower blood sugar in patients with type 2 diabetes. Lilly sells the drug in partnership with privately held German drugmaker Boehringer Ingelheim.
Factbox: Contenders, picks for key jobs in Trump's administration
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 15:23:19 -0500
(Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump said in an interview aired on Friday that he expected to have most members of his Cabinet announced next week. Trump takes office on Jan. 20. Below are people mentioned as contenders for senior roles as Trump works to form his administration before taking office on Jan. 20, according to Reuters sources and media reports. See the end of list for posts already filled. ...
Trump creates business advisory council stacked with CEOs
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 14:58:12 -0500

Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman speaks during an interview at Schwarzman College of Tsinghua University in BeijingBy Ginger Gibson and Roberta Rampton WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President-elect Donald Trump announced the formation of a council to advise him on job creation, a group comprised of the leaders of a variety of major U.S. corporations including GE, GM, Boeing, Disney and IBM. Stephen Schwarzman, chief executive officer of major investment firm Blackstone Group LP, will chair the council. ...


Supreme Court takes Christian-affiliated hospital pension case
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 14:49:56 -0500

File photo of the U.S. Supreme Court is seen in WashingtonNew Jersey-based St. Peters Healthcare System, Illinois-based Advocate Health System and California-based Dignity Health each appealed separate federal appeals courts rulings that refused to throw out the employee lawsuits. The justices agreed to hear all three cases.


Miami Now Free of Locally Transmitted Zika Virus, CDC Says
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 14:45:03 -0500

Miami Now Free of Locally Transmitted Zika Virus, CDC SaysFlorida health officials have announced continued progress in the fight against the Zika virus after a Miami neighborhood was declared free of ongoing Zika transmission today. The Little River area of Miami is now free of active Zika transmission after no new cases were reported in the last 45 days, officials from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said today. It was the last area in Miami to have ongoing locally transmitted Zika virus.


Stephen Hawking hospitalised in Rome for checks
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 14:33:31 -0500

Physicist Stephen Hawking sits on stage during an announcement of the Breakthrough Starshot initiative with investor Yuri Milner in New YorkBritish physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking has been hospitalised in Rome for checks after not feeling well but his condition is not believed to be serious, a spokesman said. Hawking, 74, who was in Rome to attend a conference at the Pontifical Academy of Sciences and met Pope Francis on Monday, was taken to Romes Gemelli hospital on Thursday night. Both the spokesman and a Vatican source said Hawking, who suffers from motor neurone disease, was not believed to be in serious condition.


Supreme Court takes up hospital pension dispute
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 14:29:43 -0500
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court will decide whether some of the nation's largest health providers can rely on their church affiliations to avoid complying with federal laws covering pension benefits for workers.
Bird flu returns to France's southwest foie gras heartland
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 13:29:49 -0500
France confirmed on Friday an outbreak of severe bird flu on a duck farm in the southwest and said the virus was spreading in the region, in a setback for French poultry and foie gras producers recovering from a bird flu epidemic a year ago. The H5N8 avian influenza virus was confirmed at a farm in the Tarn administrative department, the agriculture ministry said, days after the virus was detected among wild birds in northern France and following outbreaks in Europe linked to migrating birds. A series of cases of H5N8 and other bird flu strains in Europe in recent weeks has led to slaughtering of poultry on some farms and preventative measures such as keeping commercial flocks indoors.
Senate GOP shies from fight over Medicare
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 13:15:59 -0500

FILE - In this June 7, 2016, file photo, Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington. Congressional Democrats are warning that Speaker Paul Ryan and President-elect Donald Trump are gunning for Medicare _ and they are rubbing their hands in glee at the prospect of an epic political battle over the government’s flagship health program that covers 57 million Americans. It turns out that Republicans, especially in the Senate, are not spoiling for a fight. “We are not inclined to lead with our chin,” said Cornyn of Texas. “And right now, we’ve got a lot on our plate.” (AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File)WASHINGTON (AP) — Congressional Democrats are warning that Speaker Paul Ryan and President-elect Donald Trump are gunning for Medicare — and they are rubbing their hands with glee at the prospect of an epic political battle over the governments flagship health program that covers 57 million Americans.


Drug for one hepatitis type may activate another: watchdog
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 13:02:00 -0500

Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver, most often caused by a virus but sometimes by drug or alcohol abuse, other infections, or autoimmune diseasesDrugs against one type of hepatitis may activate another, sometimes with fatal consequences, Europes medicines watchdog warned on Friday. The medicines, which are highly effective against hepatitis C, may trigger latent hepatitis B in patients infected with both types, the European Medicines Agency said in a statement. It named the antivirals Daklinza, Exviera, Harvoni, Olysio, Sovaldi and Viekirax used to treat chronic hepatitis C, an infectious liver disease.


Germany detects H5N1 bird flu on poultry farm in Brandenburg
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 11:41:39 -0500
Germany reported a first case of the contagious bird flu strain H5N1 on Friday on a small poultry farm in the northeastern state of Brandenburg, the state's consumer protection ministry said. The farm in the Oberhavel district was sealed off and some 500 chicks, ducks and geese were culled, a spokeswoman for the consumer protection ministry of Brandenburg said. "It's the first time in the current season that this type of bird flu was detected on a poultry farm in Brandenburg," the spokeswoman said.
U.N.: South Sudan conflict spawns horrific sexual violence
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 11:30:23 -0500
By Katharine Houreld NAIROBI (Reuters) - South Sudanese soldiers brutally raped an elderly woman and a pregnant woman lost her baby after being gang-raped by seven soldiers, according to United Nations investigators. The U.N. human rights investigators presented the testimonies on Friday, saying increasingly brutal attacks on women are an integral part of spreading ethnic cleansing. "The scale of gang rape of civilian women as well as the horrendous nature of the rapes by armed men belonging to all groups is utterly repugnant," said the chairwoman of the U.N. independent commission on human rights, Yasmin Sooka.
Egyptian man grows 'Beard of Bees', hopes to promote apian benefits
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 11:15:21 -0500

Mohamed Hagras, 31, performs the "Beard of Bee" before the upcoming Egyptian Agricultural Carnival of Beekeeping in his farm at Shebin El Kom city in the province of Al- Al-Monofyia, northeast of CairoBy Amr Abdallah Dalsh SHIBIN EL KOM, Egypt (Reuters) - Mohamed Hagras stands barechested as dozens of honeybees congregate around his face, eventually forming what he calls the "Beard of Bees". "The goal is to show that bees are not aggressive," he told Reuters at his farm in Shibin El Kom, the capital of the Nile Delta province of Menoufia. "One the contrary, they are helpful and produce things that help humans and agriculture." Hagras extracts hormones from queen bees after they die and uses them to attract bees from the same hive to perform his show.


Medicare recipients with cancer face financial distress
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 11:10:22 -0500
By Carolyn Crist (Reuters Health) - Older cancer patients in the U.S. often face high out-of-pocket costs that are a significant financial burden, according to a new study. Medicare, the federal health insurance program for the elderly and disabled, establishes the fees doctors and hospitals are allowed to charge Medicare patients – but then generally only pays 80 percent of those fees. Many people enroll in Medicare HMOs, or they buy so-called Medicare supplemental policies, to help cover the gap.
EU health regulator warns some hep C drugs could reactivate hep B
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 10:49:33 -0500
(Reuters) - The European Medicines Agency warned on Friday that some of the most successful hepatitis C treatments on the market could reactivate hepatitis B in patients, the second time this year it has raised safety concerns over these treatments. The Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee (PRAC), part of the EMA, said it suspected the reactivation of the hepatitis B virus was due to the rapid reduction of the hepatitis C virus, which is known to suppress the hepatitis B virus.
Ford recalls 680,000 vehicles including Fusion, MKZ
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 10:35:16 -0500

Ford logo is pictured at a car dealership in Monterrey(Reuters) - Ford Motor Co said on Friday it will recall about 680,000 of its Ford Fusion and Lincoln MKZ sedans to fix a seat belt issue. About 602,000 of the vehicles recalled are in the U.S. market and about 650,000 of them are in North America as a whole. A small amount of Ford Mondeo sedans are also being recalled, but none of them are in North America.


Pro-EU party wins parliament seat in Brexit 'shockwave'
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 09:41:50 -0500

Liberal Democrats party leader Tim Farron speaks to the media after Sarah Olneys victory in the Richmond Park by-election, in LondonBy Sarah Young and Kylie MacLellan LONDON (Reuters) - Britains pro-European Union Liberal Democrats won a parliamentary seat previously held by the ruling Conservatives on Friday and said the surprise win was a rejection of a "hard Brexit" that would pull Britain out of the EUs single market. It also underscored the risks faced by Prime Minister Theresa May as she plots Britains EU divorce. May spooked markets in October by suggesting she would take a hard line on Brexit by prioritizing border controls, but her government has shown signs of softening its stance since then.


Lib Dems wins parliament seat in Brexit 'shockwave'
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 09:41:42 -0500

Liberal Democrats winner of the Richmond Park by-election, Sarah Olney, celebrates her victory in LondonBy Sarah Young and Kylie MacLellan LONDON (Reuters) - Britains pro-European Union Liberal Democrats won a parliamentary seat previously held by the ruling Conservatives on Friday and said the surprise win was a rejection of a "hard Brexit" that would pull Britain out of the EUs single market. It also underscored the risks faced by Prime Minister Theresa May as she plots Britains EU divorce. May spooked markets in October by suggesting she would take a hard line on Brexit by prioritising border controls, but her government has shown signs of softening its stance since then.


Amgen, Allergan apply for European nod for Avastin biosimilar
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 09:40:50 -0500

An Amgen sign is seen at the companys office in South San Francisco(Reuters) - Amgen Inc and Allergan Plc said they have submitted an application to the European health regulator seeking approval of their biosimilar version of Roche Holding AGs blockbuster cancer treatment, Avastin. The submission is based on the results of a late-stage study that showed Amgen and Allergans ABP 215 was as safety and effective as Avastin in patients with the most common form of lung cancer. Avastin is also approved for use by patients with cancer of the colon, kidney, ovarian and breast.


Pence: Trump will focus fast on tax, healthcare, immigration: WSJ
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 09:18:41 -0500

Donald Trump holds "USA Thank You Tour 2016" rally in Cincinnati, Ohio.(Reuters) - The Trump administration plans to move quickly on its goals to overhaul taxation, healthcare and immigration laws, Vice President-elect Mike Pence said in an interview published by the Wall Street Journal on Friday. President-elect Donald Trump, who takes office on Jan. 20, is preparing 100-day and 200-day plans aimed at fulfilling his campaign promises and stimulating economic growth, Pence said. The administration’s first priorities would include curbing illegal immigration, abolishing and replacing Obama’s signature healthcare program, nominating someone to fill a vacancy on the Supreme Court and strengthening the military, he told the newspaper.


U.N. doubles humanitarian appeal for northeastern Nigeria to $1 billion
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 09:10:03 -0500
By Abraham Terngu ABUJA (Reuters) - The United Nations has doubled its humanitarian funding appeal for northeast Nigeria to $1 billion in 2017 in a bid to reach nearly 7 million people hit by the Islamist militant Boko Haram insurgency who need life-saving help, it said on Friday. Nigerian military forces backed by troops from neighboring states have, in the past few months, pushed Boko Haram out of areas they previously controlled, revealing thousands of people living in famine-like conditions. The United Nations has said some 75,000 children are at risk of starving to death in the region over the next few months if they do not receive humanitarian assistance.
Footballer Drogba's charity cleared of fraud but may have misled donors: UK watchdog
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 09:05:29 -0500
By Kieran Guilbert DAKAR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A charity set up by Ivorian football star Didier Drogba to help children in West Africa has been cleared of fraud and corruption but may have "misled" donors, Britain's charity watchdog said on Friday. The Charity Commission launched an investigation in April after Britain's Daily Mail newspaper said less than one percent of 1.7 million pounds ($2 million) donated to the Didier Drogba Foundation was spent on children in Ivory Coast.
Court bars S.African "Prophet of Doom" from spraying congregants with insecticide
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 08:44:02 -0500
A South African pastor who sprays his congregants with insecticide to supposedly cure their ailments has been ordered to desist by health authorities pending a court appearance in Limpopo state next month. Dubbed the "Prophet of Doom" by local media after images circulated of Lethebo Rabalago using Doom, a popular aerosol insecticide, on members of his church, he has said his methods are harmless and help followers recover from illnesses. Rabalago was quoted by local media Eyewitness News as saying that God can use mud, saliva, or "even poisonous things to deliver people." Derick Kganyago, a spokesman for Limpopo's department of health, said the regional government had obtained a court order against Rabalogo "until he appears in court in January.
Computer games relieve phantom limb pain: study
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 08:29:55 -0500

Canadian trainer Stephen Sumner (R) assists a Cambodian amputee to use a mirror during a mirror therapy training session on January 27, 2012.Amputees who played computer games using a virtual, on-screen arm, experienced relief from the phantom pain that often afflicts people who have lost a limb, scientists said Friday. Fourteen amputees who took part in a trial reported dramatic pain reduction after 12 sessions which saw them "using" their missing arm in virtual reality. "The results from our study suggest that it may be useful to exercise the phantom limb," said study lead author Max Ortiz Catalan of the Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden.


Contenders, picks for key jobs in Trump's administration
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 08:18:28 -0500
(Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump said on Thursday he would nominate retired Marine Corps General James Mattis for defense secretary, the latest of about a dozen picks he has announced for high-level positions since winning the Nov. 8 presidential election. Below are people mentioned as contenders for senior roles as Trump works to form his administration before taking office on Jan. 20, according to Reuters sources and media reports. See the end of list for posts already filled. ...
Medical device maker Teleflex to buy Vascular Solutions for $1 billion
Fri, 02 Dec 2016 07:51:45 -0500
(Reuters) - Teleflex Inc said on Friday it agreed to buy fellow medical device maker Vascular Solutions Inc for about $1 billion. Teleflex's offer of $56 per Vascular share in cash represents a premium of 1.6 percent to the stock's Thursday close. The deal comes about 10 months after Vascular Solutions and its founder CEO, Howard Root, were found not guilty in a criminal prosecution related to alleged "off-label" promotion of its varicose veins treatment, Vari-Lase Short Kit.


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