Dutch medicine

Dutch medicine

n
South African patent medicine, esp made of herbs
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Martin Smith-Mattsson, beverage director, presents a $13 drink, the Dutch Medicine Cocktail made with genever, Scotch, ginger syrup, lemon juice and honey syrup--with rauchbier floated atop-- named in homage to the traditional Penicillin Cocktail.
Japanese physicians and intellectuals who had studied Dutch medicine flocked to Nagasaki to study with Siebold, producing a network of individuals who were convinced of the value of this new medical technology.
In sum, to call the survey results evidence of "abuse" was to misunderstand the special and compassionate culture of Dutch medicine.
The Board of Royal Dutch Medicine Association endorses euthanasia for newborns and infants with extreme disabilities (Gentles, 1995).
Gomez sought to examine whether Dutch medicine conforms to the norms for euthanasia established by the Dutch courts(2) and medical establishment [57-58],(3) and to "analyse the policy implications" [18].
Dutch medicine has pioneered euthanasia, (5) apparently on the strength of two appeals.
Release date- 23052013 - Chertsey, UK, ASTELLAS PHARMA EUROPE B.V., the European subsidiary of Tokyo-based Astellas Pharma Inc.(Tokyo:4503), today announced the Dutch Medicines Evaluation Board (MEB) has granted marketing authorisation for VESOMNI in the Netherlands.
The Dutch Medicines Evaluation Board (MEB) was the Concerned Member State in both cases.
(Nasdaq:CIMA), Eden Prairie, Minn., has announced that its pharmaceutical partner, Organon, has received its first European marketing approval for Remeron(R) SolTab(TM) from the Dutch Medicines Evaluation Board.