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August 3, 1993
Health Net Inc., the Woodland Hills-based health maintenance organization, said it received a $364,000 grant from pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly and Company to study the quality and cost-effectiveness of care of diabetics. Health Net said the study will be conducted at three of the medical groups that contract with Health Net, which has more than 900,000 members and is the state's second largest HMO.
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August 3, 1993
Health Net Inc., the Woodland Hills-based health maintenance organization, said it received a $364,000 grant from pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly and Company to study the quality and cost-effectiveness of care of diabetics. Health Net said the study will be conducted at three of the medical groups that contract with Health Net, which has more than 900,000 members and is the state's second largest HMO.
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NEWS
October 31, 1989 | DAVID G. SAVAGE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Supreme Court Monday let stand a state ruling that allows victims of a dangerous drug to collect a share of damages from all of the drug's makers and sellers, even those that can demonstrate they did not provide the drug to a particular patient. Normally, a company is required to pay damages only to individuals who used that firm's product.
NEWS
October 31, 1989 | DAVID G. SAVAGE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Supreme Court Monday let stand a state ruling that allows victims of a dangerous drug to collect a share of damages from all of the drug's makers and sellers, even those that can demonstrate they did not provide the drug to a particular patient. Normally, a company is required to pay damages only to individuals who used that firm's product.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 29, 1991 | From Associated Press
A lawsuit has been filed against Eli Lilly & Co. on behalf of the family of a 20-year-old Spring Valley woman who committed suicide, allegedly while under the influence of the antidepressant drug Prozac. The lawsuit, filed Tuesday in Superior Court in San Diego, alleges that Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly, which manufactures Prozac, should be held responsible for the death of Jennifer Barrett.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 15, 1995 | KAREN D'SOUZA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Latinos continue to suffer needlessly from preventable diseases such as diabetes and depression because they don't seek treatment, doctors said at a conference Saturday. Diabetes and depression were two of the illnesses examined by the more than 100 doctors who attended the third annual Hispanic Health Initiative Symposium at the Newport Beach Marriott Hotel and Tennis Club. The event was designed to educate physicians about high-risk diseases in the Latino community.
NATIONAL
February 27, 2004 | David Willman, Times Staff Writer
Two leading Democrats in the House of Representatives called on 10 major drug companies Thursday to reveal how much they had paid in consulting fees and stock options to scientists at the National Institutes of Health. The request comes as congressional investigators have been frustrated in their recent attempts to pry the information from NIH officials. Rep. Henry A. Waxman of Los Angeles, the senior Democrat on the Government Reform Committee, and Rep.
NEWS
July 25, 1997 | THOMAS H. MAUGH II, TIMES MEDICAL WRITER
In what could be one of the most important discoveries in diabetes research since the isolation of insulin 75 years ago, scientists have found that a small protein commonly thought to be a useless byproduct of insulin production actually can protect against diabetic complications in animals. Researchers from Washington University in St.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 5, 1999 | KENNETH REICH
According to Jeff Trewhitt, spokesman for the most influential lobby in the pharmaceutical industry, seniors make up 12% of the American population, but consume 33% of all the drugs sold. This may explain why the industry is resisting so strongly legislation that would extend to millions of seniors who don't have benefits the discounts drug manufacturers already give to big HMOs, hospitals and governmental agencies like the Department of Veterans Affairs.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 14, 1999 | KENNETH R. WEISS
After dishing out scholarships this spring, Sara Martinez Tucker found the cupboard was bare. Like it was last year. And the year before that. So she and her associates set off on their annual scramble for donations to help poor Latino students pay for college. It's always seemed a struggle at the Hispanic Scholarship Fund in San Francisco, said Martinez Tucker, the fund's president. Until she got the telephone call. A donor, she was told, was interested in the scholarship fund.
NATIONAL
September 1, 2005 | Caitlin Liu, Times Staff Writer
From a few pennies and dimes to one $10,000 check, Angelenos dug deep into their piggy banks, wallets and checkbooks during a fundraising drive at Dodger Stadium on Wednesday to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina. "I heard it on the radio, and I felt compelled," said John Ogg, a Harbor City longshoreman who drove into the stadium parking lot on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle with his girlfriend, Michelle Schroeder.
SPORTS
May 17, 1987 | SHARON COHEN, Associated Press
Some cities are blessed with seashore splendor or majestic mountains. Others have glitz and glamour. This one has something else. Call it Hoosier chutzpah. Consider: This city built a stadium before it had pro football, a world-class swimming complex when the nearest team was 60 miles away. And it lured a rowing association, even though there's no navigable river. Nervy, yes. Nutty, no.
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