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May 07, 2011
Alliance for Global Good and Ben-Gurion University of the Negev forge strategic program partnership
American Associates, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, has received a $100,000 initial contribution from the Alliance for Global Good for strategic program partnerships.

Adalimumab levels detected in cord blood and infants exposed in utero
Adalimumab, a drug often prescribed for women with Crohn's disease, actively crosses the placenta during the final trimester of pregnancy and remains in a newborn's bloodstream for at least three months, researchers at the University of California San Francisco, have found.
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