Tobermore United will return to competitive action this weekend aiming to regain momentum following 20 days of blank dates. The January 26 success against Annagh United helped to end the Portadown club’s unbeaten start to the Bluefin Sport Premier Intermediate League campaign and provided Tobermore with a significant boost.However, a run of free weekends has forced the club to focus on training sessions in advance of Saturday’s home clash with Lisburn Distillery.“We are home to Lisburn Distillery on Saturday for basically our first match in three weeks, which is ridiculous,” said Tobermore boss Adrian Whiteside. “It is very hard to keep momentum going but the lads have worked extremely hard in training. “We will be trying to hit the ground running as we know Distillery will be tough to beat.“It’s just a case of trying to kick on from the Annagh match as the confidence is high at the minute but, as the players know, this league is … [Read more...] about Tobermore United: Adrian Whiteside relishing return after 20 days of blank dates
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Rise in unlicensed providers of Botox and dermal fillers ‘putting customer safety at risk’ BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Concerns have been raised over the growing number of unlicensed and unregistered facial aesthetics practitioners. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/rise-in-unlicensed-providers-of-botox-and-dermal-fillers-putting-customer-safety-at-risk-37723121.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/article37723119.ece/09c40/AUTOCROP/h342/2019-01-18_new_47277270_I1.JPG Email Concerns have been raised over the growing number of unlicensed and unregistered facial aesthetics practitioners. Dr Martina Collins, one of Northern Ireland's leading specialists, spoke out after it emerged around 1,000 complaints had been raised in this respect in the past 12 months. She said the figures, released by Save Face, the regulatory body of safe facial aesthetic procedures, underlined the need for vigilance around non-surgical cosmetic … [Read more...] about Rise in unlicensed providers of Botox and dermal fillers ‘putting customer safety at risk’
Westport’s status as the ‘Botox capital of the world’ is confirmed with new figures showing that pharma giant, Allergan has sold $4bn (€3.6bn) of the anti-wrinkle treatment from its Co Mayo plant over the past two years.Numerous Hollywood stars and celebrities have admitted they have used the wrinkle erasing drug in the past.However, the use of Botox goes way beyond Hollywood stars and celebrities and Allergan’s Westport plant as the firm’s only Botox manufacturing facility across its global network is serving ever increasing global demand.Now, newly filed accounts by Allergan Pharmaceuticals Ireland reveal the scale and value of the Botox production at the Westport plant.Before now, the firm has not filed any annual accounts due to its unlimited status.However, the new company figures show that last year, sales of the blockbuster drug, Botox from the Westport plant totalled $2.18bn and this represents an increase of 15% on the $1.896bn sales of … [Read more...] about Westport emerges as ‘Botox capital of the world’ as plant sells $4bn of Botox to the world in two years
In the second four-week chapter of Decoding Cancer, we’re going to France where we’ll look at how a kaleidoscopic arsenal of drugs, devices and services is presenting policymakers with difficult decisions about where best to direct scarce public resources. POLITICO’s Global Policy Lab: Decoding Cancer is a collaborative journalism project seeking to explore how patients, communities, policymakers and the private sector are grappling with one of Europe’s most pressing health challenges. This interactive editorial series is presented by Pfizer Oncology and IBM Watson Health. View in your browser. Targeted treatment Regulators took a step toward redefining cancer this week. The first “organ-agnostic” drug has hit the market in the U.S. Instead of treating lung cancer or colon cancer or whatever, the treatment is meant to treat a tumor anywhere — as long as it has a particular genetic mutation. That mutation, however, is pretty darn rare: … [Read more...] about POLITICO Global Policy Lab: Surgery’s slice of the cost pie — Targeted treatment — Leaving the countryside behind?
Samuel Stebbins 24/7 Wall Street Published 6:02 p.m. UTC Aug 20, 2018 In the early 1930s, an American motorist could pull up to the pump in a Ford Model T Speedster running on fumes, and for little more than a dollar drive away with a full tank. Today, the same amount of gasoline costs about $25. Inflation is the primary reason for the increase in gas prices over time. However, while inflation affects the cost of all goods and services, the price of gasoline is subject to a number of additional market forces -- and it can be uniquely volatile. The average cost of a gallon of gas in the United States is the product of a number of interrelated global market forces. Foreign and domestic oil production, consumption, projected demand, financial markets, refining capacity, supply chain disruptions, transportation costs, futures speculation, and the value of the U.S. dollar all affect the price of gasoline. Seemingly unrelated geopolitical and economic events can also influence the … [Read more...] about Here’s what a gallon of gas cost the year you were born