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500 BILLION Euro rescue FUND gets GREEN LIGHT Eurozone's merry-go-round of BAILOUTS can continue!

Germany’s Constitutional Court has ruled that the €500-billion bailout is legal under German law. The verdict comes as Greece’s coalition government hesitates on the further austerity cuts required by its creditors. “Today, Germany is once again sending a strong signal to Europe and beyond. Germany is assuming with determination its responsibility as the biggest economy and as a reliable partner in Europe,” German Chancellor Angela Merkel told Parliament hours after the ruling. “This is a good day for Germany and this is a good day for Europe,” she said. The verdict ruled that the German government will not be liable for sums over 190 billion euros without approval of the Bundestag, and that both houses of parliament would be informed, “No provision of this treaty may be interpreted in a way that establishes higher payment obligations for the Federal Republic of Germany without the agreement of the German representative,” the court said in a statement. The court has reviewed a petition, signed by some 37000 Germans, against Chancellor Angela Merkel’s plan for a new economic bailout for troubled eurozone countries. The plaintiffs were demanding safeguards for Germany’s economic and political sovereignty. The case was spearheaded by politicians and lawyers from across the political spectrum. The opposition delayed implementation of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) and the so-called ‘fiscal pact’ — a binding commitment for European governments not to go further into

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Swiss drugmaker Novartis AG wants to file its meningitis vaccine Menveo for use in small infants in the United States and Europe after a late-stage study with children of this age group was successful.

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Novartis to file meningitis vaccine for infants

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THE DROP: British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline PLC says third-quarter earnings fell 3.5 percent due to generic competition and a European ban on its diabetes drug Avandia. The once-blockbuster drug also was restricted in the U.S.

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Summary Box: Avandia restrictions hit Glaxo’s 3Q

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Thailand draws many medical tourists as procedures can cost up to 90% less than in Europe. John Lee, executive VP of Bangkok Dusit Medical Services, sheds more light on this industry, with CNBC’s Martin Soong.

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Medical Tourism Recovering in Thailand

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Thailand draws many medical tourists as procedures can cost up to 90% less than in Europe. John Lee, executive VP of Bangkok Dusit Medical Services, sheds more light on this industry, with CNBC’s Martin Soong.

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Medical Tourism Recovering in Thailand

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Thailand draws many medical tourists as procedures can cost up to 90% less than in Europe. John Lee, executive VP of Bangkok Dusit Medical Services, sheds more light on this industry, with CNBC’s Martin Soong.

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Medical Tourism Recovering in Thailand

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Medtronic Inc. said Tuesday that regulators in the European Union have approved the latest version of its CoreValve heart system.

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Medtronic says EU clears new CoreValve system

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The European Medicines Agency is investigating whether there is a link between narcolepsy and a swine flu vaccine.

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Europe probes swine flu shot, narcolepsy link

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Biogen Idec Inc. said Wednesday it licensed a potential Lou Gehrig’s disease treatment from Knopp Neurosciences for more than $285 million.

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Biogen Idec licenses Lou Gehrig’s disease drug

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