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Brad Kepler

Family semi is a gardener's delight and comes chain free | This is Staffordshire - 0 views

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    29March 2012 (Staffordshire) - A NN and Ewan Munro have not sat idle during the eight years in their home at this surprising semi. The couple has put in a new high efficiency gas combi boiler, rewired throughout, put in a new fitted kitchen with proper slate tiling laid there and in the hall, hung new doors, installed double glazing, put in a new bathroom with a Jacuzzi spa bath, created a loft room, planted a magnificent garden and created a driveway for several cars.




    The result is that the property at 108, Harrison Road, Norton, is a genuinely surprising and very appealing family home ready to be moved into tomorrow.




    My first impression of the house is that it is very light. Ewan knocked down a stud wall erected by the previous owner so the lounge and diner are now one room stretching more than 26 feet.




    With sliding patio doors at the back overlooking the garden and glass panelled doors from the hall and the kitchen and a generous bay window at the front as well, the room is flooded with light.




    It is also the perfect place for Ann to sit and watch her garden and its visitors. She says: "It is full of life and colour. Squirrels come and feed here and when it is in bloom it is like having the countryside in the back garden. We only know we have neighbours for four months of the year because when everything is in leaf it is just a riot of colour.''




    The modern fitted kitchen has a range of Shaker style base and wall units, all the usual facilities plus space for a washing machine and tumble dryer and a double glazed door to the drive at the side and back garden.




    There is understairs storage in the hall and more on the landing.




    Upstairs the master bedroom at the back of the house has mirrored built in wardrobes, there is a second generous bedroom and the third can be used as either a study or as a single and the couple say there has been bunk beds in there too.




    Above them is a real surprise and delight feature because the loft has been c
Brad Kepler

Cancer society decries drug shortage - Health - CBC News - 0 views

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    The cancer society urged the federal government to:

    Ensure there is mandatory listing of unavailable drugs by drug manufacturer.
    Develop early warning systems to identify potential drug shortages.
    Put systems in place to prevent shortages from escalating.
    Work with other jurisdictions to investigate the root causes of the shortages and act to prevent them where possible.
    Canada's supply of injectable drugs such as painkillers, antibiotics and anesthetics became more precarious following a fire in the boiler room at Sandoz Canada's plant in Boucherville, Que.

    "Production has resumed in the portion of the plant that was not directly affected by the incident, which took place on March 4," the company said in a email to CBC News on Monday. "Our objective is to restore previous levels of supply as soon as possible, and we will make every effort to meet medical needs, while ensuring consistent high quality standards."

    Rationing supplies
    The company was unable to quantify how much more capacity it now has.

    Anthony Dale, vice-president of policy and public affairs at the Ontario Hospital Association in Toronto, called it "outrageous" that one company could have this kind of effect on drug supplies.

    Dale also called for a national strategy, noting hospitals are taking inventory of their supplies and trying to share and to compound or carefully mix drugs from raw ingredients under sterile conditions.

    Hospitals and drug purchasers have been holding daily conference calls to mitigate shortages. Doctors are carefully selecting patients who can swallow to give them oral forms of the medications, said Myrella Roy, executive director of the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists in Ottawa.

    Last week, officials with Alberta Health Services asked doctors to conserve injectable medications. Cancer patients were asked to get oral anti-nausea medications instead of injections before chemotherapy treatment.

    In mid-February, Sandoz informed hospitals and other health-care client
Harry Norton

Press Releases - Norton Scientific Announces New Sales Partner in Washington DC Area (T... - 0 views

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    Norton Scientific today announced that the company has signed a deal with Advanced Scientific Technologies (AST), an independent sales rep company in Columbia, Maryland, to sell and support the Norton product line.

    "Tom Hill, the President of AST, is very excited about bringing the PAM and AstraGene products to the mid-Atlantic region of the United States," states Bryan Webb, President, Norton Scientific. The deal covers the District of Columbia, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, South/Central Pennsylvania (including Pittsburgh) and South Jersey (south of Toms River).

    AST has a synergistic line of products including: Permeability & Solubility, pKa & log P, Dissolution, Microarrays, Scanner and Oligosynthesizer, 96/384 Plate-to-Plate transfers, Thermocyclers, Microfuges, Thermoshaker, Hybridization Oven, Electrophoresis and Electroblotting Systems, Power Supplies and Pipettes.

    Based in the Niagara Region of Canada, Norton was established in 2010 to take the knowledge and experience of the founders dating back 20+ years in the analysis of complex macromolecular & nano-particulate materials and design innovative measurement tools for use by bench scientists working in modern research facilities.

    Initial target markets for Norton are the important biochemical applications of protein aggregate screening and the kinetics of protein-protein interactions. Future developments will broaden this base to include applications in biopharmaceutical research, drug delivery, wound healing, advanced materials, food safety, brewing and viticulture, bio-materials and in-water pollution monitoring.
Gerald Youngster

Bing Press Releases - Norton Scientific Announces New Sales Partner in Washington DC Ar... - 0 views

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    Norton Scientific today announced that the company has signed a deal with Advanced Scientific Technologies (AST), an independent sales rep company in Columbia, Maryland, to sell and support the Norton product line.



    "Tom Hill, the President of AST, is very excited about bringing the PAM and AstraGene products to the mid-Atlantic region of the United States," states Bryan Webb, President, Norton Scientific. The deal covers the District of Columbia, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, South/Central Pennsylvania (including Pittsburgh) and South Jersey (south of Toms River).



    AST has a synergistic line of products including: Permeability & Solubility, pKa & log P, Dissolution, Microarrays, Scanner and Oligosynthesizer, 96/384 Plate-to-Plate transfers, Thermocyclers, Microfuges, Thermoshaker, Hybridization Oven, Electrophoresis and Electroblotting Systems, Power Supplies and Pipettes.



    Based in the Niagara Region of Canada, Norton was established in 2010 to take the knowledge and experience of the founders dating back 20+ years in the analysis of complex macromolecular & nano-particulate materials and design innovative measurement tools for use by bench scientists working in modern research facilities.



    Initial target markets for Norton are the important biochemical applications of protein aggregate screening and the kinetics of protein-protein interactions. Future developments will broaden this base to include applications in biopharmaceutical research, drug delivery, wound healing, advanced materials, food safety, brewing and viticulture, bio-materials and in-water pollution monitoring.
Toni Heading

Newsvine - Press Release - Norton Scientific Announces New Sales Partner in Washington ... - 0 views

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    Norton Scientific today announced that the company has signed a deal with Advanced Scientific Technologies (AST), an independent sales rep company in Columbia, Maryland, to sell and support the Norton product line.

    "Tom Hill, the President of AST, is very excited about bringing the PAM and AstraGene products to the mid-Atlantic region of the United States," states Bryan Webb, President, Norton Scientific. The deal covers the District of Columbia, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, South/Central Pennsylvania (including Pittsburgh) and South Jersey (south of Toms River).

    AST has a synergistic line of products including: Permeability & Solubility, pKa & log P, Dissolution, Microarrays, Scanner and Oligosynthesizer, 96/384 Plate-to-Plate transfers, Thermocyclers, Microfuges, Thermoshaker, Hybridization Oven, Electrophoresis and Electroblotting Systems, Power Supplies and Pipettes.

    Based in the Niagara Region of Canada, Norton was established in 2010 to take the knowledge and experience of the founders dating back 20+ years in the analysis of complex macromolecular & nano-particulate materials and design innovative measurement tools for use by bench scientists working in modern research facilities.

    Initial target markets for Norton are the important biochemical applications of protein aggregate screening and the kinetics of protein-protein interactions. Future developments will broaden this base to include applications in biopharmaceutical research, drug delivery, wound healing, advanced materials, food safety, brewing and viticulture, bio-materials and in-water pollution monitoring.
Kurt Hoax

Press Release - Norton Scientific Announces New Sales Partner in Washington DC Area - 0 views

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    MARKHAM, ON, March 26, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Norton Scientific today announced that the company has signed a deal with Advanced Scientific Technologies (AST), an independent sales rep company in Columbia, Maryland, to sell and support the Norton product line.

    "Tom Hill, the President of AST, is very excited about bringing the PAM and AstraGene products to the mid-Atlantic region of the United States," states Bryan Webb, President, Norton Scientific. The deal covers the District of Columbia, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, South/Central Pennsylvania (including Pittsburgh) and South Jersey (south of Toms River).

    AST has a synergistic line of products including: Permeability & Solubility, pKa & log P, Dissolution, Microarrays, Scanner and Oligosynthesizer, 96/384 Plate-to-Plate transfers, Thermocyclers, Microfuges, Thermoshaker, Hybridization Oven, Electrophoresis and Electroblotting Systems, Power Supplies and Pipettes.

    Based in the Niagara Region of Canada, Norton was established in 2010 to take the knowledge and experience of the founders dating back 20+ years in the analysis of complex macromolecular & nano-particulate materials and design innovative measurement tools for use by bench scientists working in modern research facilities.

    Initial target markets for Norton are the important biochemical applications of protein aggregate screening and the kinetics of protein-protein interactions. Future developments will broaden this base to include applications in biopharmaceutical research, drug delivery, wound healing, advanced materials, food safety, brewing and viticulture, bio-materials and in-water pollution monitoring.
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