We are very pleased to partner with a scientific leader in womens health, and look forward to working with Ferring in this exciting area. ENDS About Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy (ICP) Intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy (ICP) is a potentially serious liver disorder that can develop in pregnancy. IPC affects about 400,000 pregnant women annually and is a recurrent disease: 70% of women who have been diagnosed with ICP during their first pregnancy will be affected again in following pregnancies. In addition to itching, which may be intense and very uncomfortable for the mother, there are links between ICP and preterm birth and gestational diabetes. About Ferring Pharmaceuticals Headquartered in Switzerland, Ferring Pharmaceuticals is a research-driven, specialty biopharmaceutical group active in global markets. The company identifies, develops and markets innovative products in the areas of reproductive health, urology, gastroenterology, endocrinology and orthopaedics. Ferring has its own operating subsidiaries in nearly 60 countries and markets its products in 110 countries. To learn more about Ferring or its products please visit www.ferring.com . About MetaboGen AB MetaboGen is a research-driven company with a focus on the microbiome and its impact on health, based in Gothenburg, Sweden. http://perfectarianajenkins.universitypunjabi.org/2016/09/13/a-useful-a-z-on-intelligent-systems-in-vocationThe company was founded based on break through science from the labs of Professor Fredrik Backhed (University of Gothenburg) and Professor Jens B Nielsen (Chalmers University of Technology). Since 2011, MetaboGen develops products based on advanced mapping of the intestinal microflora composition. https://youtube.com/embed/bN1f1rs_q2cIn 2014 BioGaia AB invested in the company.
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Mayor de Blasio on Monday said hell no longer shield the emails of five private advisers who were dubbed Agents of the City from public disclosure but only going forward. The mayor said hes still going to fight to keep secret their prior communications with his office which are the target of a lawsuit by The Post and NY1. Hizzoner said he made the decision to change the ground rules because the issue had become too much of a distraction. Advice on a government-related matter, that will be disclosable going forward in the event of a FOIL request, Hizzoner told NY1 news anchor Errol Louis, referring to a Freedom of Information Law request. I think thats the smart way to handle it from this point on to say, look, OK, new ground rules now. SEE ALSO De Blasio consultant reportedly used City Hall to promote clients The lawsuit filed by the two media organizations seeks the release of past emails between the Mayors Office and one of the five advisers Jonathan Rosen, co-founder of the public relations firm BerlinRosen. The group helped run de Blasios 2013 campaign and his shuttering non-profit, the Campaign for One New York at the same time as it represents clients with business interests before the city. The mayor said the citys defense against the lawsuit would continue because the past is different. He also acknowledged his move would censor the content of what his outside advisers would be willing to put in writing down the road. I think it stands to reason that if you wanted to say something to me and you knew it was going to be published, youre going to say it likely in a very different manner, he said on NY1. The mayors former press secretary, Karen Hinton, appeared on the program immediately after the interview and suggested that any distraction caused by the matter could have been avoided with greater transparency from the start. It would have been much easier had City Hall made the decision just to release the emails when they were requested through FOIL and been done with it, she said.
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