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In-state supplies of Cipro could treat about 5,000 people

...anthrax, in-state supplies of Cipro could treat about 5,000 people until emergency medical supplies arrived, a state health official said. Cipro is one of four antibiotics used to treat people who have been exposed to anthrax, but it is the only...

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160 on state pot list

...people have signed up on the state's medical marijuana registry in the year since the registry was created, a state health official said. ``We were actually expecting somewhere between 150 and 200,'' said Al Zangri, chief of the state's...

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Northwest Digest

...to have spread into the community, but it should remind people of things they can do to avoid getting sick, a state health official said Tuesday. "Our hope is we're on the tail end of it," Dr. Joe McLaughlin, an epidemiologist with the...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...people have signed up on the state's medical marijuana registry in the year since the registry was created, a state health official said. ``We were actually expecting somewhere between 150 and 200,'' said Al Zangri, chief of the state's...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...percent annually, while federal funds have gone up an average of 22.7 percent a year, said Janet Clarke, a state health official. Bill McAllister can be reached at billm@juneauempire.com Share this page: Print Email Digg Twitter Yahoo...

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Green: Cancer bill should spur review of Medicaid

...percent annually, while federal funds have gone up an average of 22.7 percent a year, said Janet Clarke, a state health official. Bill McAllister can be reached at billm@juneauempire.com .

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Juneau Empire Online Frontiers: In fruit country, migrant housing is worst in memory 8/24/97

...tarp and dirty blankets here on the rolling plains of Eastern Washington. ``Es necesario?'' Pena implores state health official Natalie Gonzalez. ``Si,'' she answers gently in Spanish. It is necessary. The Mexicans' camp...

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