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Medline Industries Issues Acetaminophen Recall for Mislabeling Strength

Medline Industries Inc. announced a voluntary nationwide recall of one lot of their acetaminophen tablets, according to the FDAThe lot of 500-mg acetaminophen tablets is mislabeled with the incorrect strength, showing 325 mg instead.

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Oklahoma City pain management doctor asserts officials wanted his practice closed

OKLAHOMA CITY - A year ago, Harvard-trained spine surgeon and pain management doctor Harvey Jenkins was on top of the world. His Oklahoma City medical practice and beauty spas were generating nearly $2 million in annual revenues, giving him a sense of fulfillment he'd worked his entire professional life to attain.

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Treatment for spinal cord injuries give renewed hope for patients

Renewed hope for patients with spinal cord injuries. An experimental treatment gets a second chance to show its promise.

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Understanding Disability: Spinal cord injury doesn’t stop Santa Fe man from seeking adventures

The World Health Organization estimates every year between 250,000 and 500,000 people suffer a spinal cord injury from an accident.

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