Virat Kohli found support in former skipper Sunil Gavaskar who felt that journalists shouldn’t be asking such questions at this point in time.A reporter asked Kohli if he endorses Ravi Shastri’s views of this Indian team being the best in the last 15-20 years. But the Indian captain snapped back at him and retorted, “We have to believe we are the best side. Why not?”The question was repeated, and Kohli asked: “What do you think?” When he was told “I’m not sure”, he responded: “You’re not sure? That is your opinion. Thank you.”Virat Kohli angry after journalist asks sharp questions at press conferenceGavaskar is of the opinion that this is not the right time to be asking such questions to Kohli.”That’s probably the wrong time to ask him that question because he is hurting from the defeat. The reporter was perfectly justified in asking that question but I don’t think any skipper would have responded differently,” Gavaskar told India Today in an exclusive chat.Did think about going for victory at tea time, says Kohli after Oval lossKohli’s fiery press conference was the result of the backlash of Shastri’s comments last week. “If you look at the last three years, we have won nine matches overseas and three series (against West Indies and twice in Sri Lanka). I can’t see any other Indian team in the last 15-20 years that has had the same run in such a short time,” the head coach had said before the Oval Test.advertisementA series of what could have been: Opinions float after India lose 4-1 to EnglandBut his comments backfired as India went down by 118 runs in the fifth and final Test at The Oval on Tuesday to lose series 1-4 against England.Virat Kohli rues missed opportunities after 4-1 series defeat to EnglandNot only was this India’s worst performance in a five-Test series since 1991, it was also the second successive defeat under Kohli and coach on an overseas tour after the 2-1 loss in South Africa earlier this year.Virat Kohli batted like a champion but captaincy raises questions”The coach might have said that to boost the morale of the team. I don’t think he was trying to rubbish the earlier teams, that I don’t think was Ravi Shastri’s intention. I don’t think they should read too much into Virat’s reaction either. It was clearly understandable that the skipper was disappointed with what had happened,” Gavaskar went on to add.As India lose another Test series overseas, time for Ravi Shastri to answer tough questionsIndia’s batting unit, barring Kohli, failed to fire throughout the series while the lower order also couldn’t contribute with the bat as much as the visitors would have liked which led to their downfall.Virat Kohli signs off 593-run Test series vs England with a golden duckKohli alone amassed 593 runs in the 10 innings including two hundreds and three half-centuries. It was only because of Kohli’s efforts which kept India in the hunt for most part of the series even though the series result suggests otherwise.Be it the bowlers failing to clean up the lower order of England or the batsmen unable to stay on the crease and play out deliveries, an Indian team that is known to be “ruthless” had lacked depth.Cheteshwar Pujara and KL Rahul’s hundreds in the fourth and fifth respectively, helped them improve their series averages but did little to change the course of the matches in India’s favour.That killer instinct that India showed in home conditions has been missing on away tours and the batsmen have been bereft of patience and skill against perhaps the best fast bowling attack in James Anderson and Stuart Broad.India have some tough questions to answer and some difficult decisions to make once they land home.
About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Celta Vigo striker Iago Aspas suffers home burglaryby Carlos Volcano13 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveCelta Vigo striker Iago Aspas has seen thieves steal €100,000 worth of items from his home.Marca reports the robbery happened between 8.30pm and 11.30pm local time in Spain on Friday night. It is reported that clothes, jewellery, watches and money were all stolen. More than 15 footballers have suffered break-ins in Spain during the past year, with one of the most recent incidents involving Real Madrid midfielder Casemiro.Last month Casemiro had his house robbed while he was playing against Atletico Madrid, with his wife and daughter indoors when the break-in took place.
MONTREAL – It was a game of lacrosse like few get to see: a group of youths, shirtless and mostly barefoot, with no helmets or padding, racing after a leather ball with hand-made wooden sticks.There were no referees, few rules and no line changes — only a wild free-for-all as the boys jostled and shoved, working to fling the ball at the wooden posts at each end.The game, which took place recently at McGill University in Montreal, was organized to celebrate the 150th anniversary of organized lacrosse — and to highlight the game’s First Nations origins, which go back much further.While the rules of modern lacrosse were adopted in 1867, the sport developed from a centuries cultural and spiritual activity practiced by several First Nations tribes.Louis Delisle, a Hall of Fame lacrosse player who hails from the Kahnawake Mohawk territory south of Montreal, said it’s impossible to know when the game started.“But what’s important is we all played it, and called it the creator’s game because was a gift from the creator,” he said in an interview.He said the game was sometimes played with hundreds of players on each side on a terrain that could span several kilometres.“It was a sport but it was also a training ground, a way to develop your endurance, your toughness, your tactics in learning how to use that stick to protect yourself and also to attack your enemy,” he said.In 1867, Canada’s first sports governing body adopted the first official lacrosse rulebook, which had been written by George Beers, a dentist from Montreal who had fallen in love with the game.Nets were brought in, field sizes were reduced and the number of players was standardized, according to Jim Calder, who has authored a book on the sport’s history.But although lacrosse quickly became popular, Calder says no government records exist to prove it was ever officially designated as Canada’s national game.He says while it’s possible the documentation has been lost, it is more likely that Beers simply convinced people to view it that way.“Beers was such a great promoter of the game, and wrote so many articles for so many newspapers on the game, that people naturally assumed that it was given by Parliament as our national sport,” he said.Hockey and lacrosse were only designated as Canada’s national winter and summer sports in 1994.The game played at McGill was part of a series of events organized by Calder and the Canadian Lacrosse Foundation in honour of the modern sport’s 150-year anniversary.It began with a ceremony that included a bald eagle, and featured youths from the Kahnawake Survival School re-enacting a traditional medicine game, played to help heal an ailing community member.One of the 14-year-old players described the no-holds-barred contest as “painful.”“The ball is harder to pick up, harder to shoot, and when you get hit, it hurts,” Rahsakaienhtha Cross said.It was, he added, the best lacrosse game he’d ever played.One of the enthusiastic supporters on the sidelines was Alfred Jacques, a maker of traditional wooden lacrosse sticks like the ones used in the game.Jacques, a member the Onondaga nation from near Syracuse, N.Y., called the 10-month stick-making process a “labour of love” that involves cutting, shaping, drying and steaming the wood before it can be shaped and strung with cow hide.He says the modern game has come a long way when it comes to acknowledging the contribution of First Nations, whose players were once banned from many leagues because they were deemed to be professionals.“There was that resentment right there because this is our game, and you tell us we can’t play,” he said.Now, the 68-year-old says there’s renewed interest in the traditional game.“Respect is coming now, now it is,” he said. read more
EDMONTON, A.B. – Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says she’s not happy with Ottawa’s decision to let stand a court decision that has stalled the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.The federal government has instead appointed former Supreme Court justice Frank Iacobucci to oversee a new round of consultations with Indigenous communities.Notley says she understands Ottawa’s view that this is the best way to break the logjam over the multibillion-dollar project aimed at getting more Alberta oil to tankers on the B.C. coast. The Federal Court of Appeal put a hold on the expansion in August and said the government needed to assess the project’s impact on marine life and further consult with Indigenous groups.Natural Resources Minister Amarjeet Sohi says the government does not intend to start the consultations over again, but will use them to address the weaknesses the court identified.Notley says the government should keep all options, including an appeal, open.“Our government does not agree with the decision of the federal government to not pursue an appeal of the original decision,” she said Wednesday.“We understand that pursuing an appeal is a longer-term path towards a solution, and we understand that the path that they are pursuing right now is one that is likely to be more effective and faster.“Nonetheless, until that path succeeds, as far as I’m concerned their job is to keep all options open.” Notley said she welcomes the renewed consultations, because they need to be done, and understands arbitrary timelines can’t be imposed on them, even if that means further delays on resuming construction on the pipeline expansion.“We expect that there may well be a delay past this summer coming up,” said Notley.“I’d like to see construction resume next year at some point, but at the end of the day we know that the constitutional obligation to consult with Indigenous people is such that it must be defined by the consultations.”Jason Kenney, leader of the Opposition United Conservatives, said Notley has failed to follow up on her promise to hold federal “feet to the fire” and get the court decision appealed. “What is her response to the federal Liberals? Nada. Nothing,” Kenney said in Calgary.“Albertans should think there’s been a failure of political leadership. There’s been far too much talk and not nearly enough action.”(THE CANADIAN PRESS) read more
Seven suspects have been arrested over the discovery of a large stock of cocaine in Ratmalana, the Police said today.The cocaine is estimated to be worth Rs. 3.2 billion. The cocaine was found in a warehouse in Ratmalana yesterday.The Police said the cocaine was found hidden in 10 travelling bags in a container in the Ratmalana area. (Colombo Gazette)
“I love stopping alongside a sports car at the lights at Marble Arch, then racing off while he gets… Mr Humphrys added that he did not wear a helmet on the assumption that motorists will give elderly cyclists a “wide berth”. The BBC Radio 4 presenter, who describes himself as a keen cyclist, said he enjoyed proving he could travel faster on a bike than a sports car in central London traffic. John Humphrys has entered the debate on cycling safety, revealing he believes his white hair offers more protection than a helmet on the roads. In an interview with the London Magazine, Mr Humphrys said: “I don’t wear a helmet on the assumption that people will see a white-haired man and give me a wide berth.
“We want to help grow ‘mental antibodies’ that can provide some immunity against the rapid spread of misinformation.”The game can be downloaded from the website fakenewsgame.org.Players set up fake news websites and are encouraged to manipulate public reaction to thorny topics such as climate change and genetic engineering. The game works at different levels, involving both bizarre made-up conspiracy theories – one being the claim that dinosaurs built the pyramids – and misinformation with a genuine history.The study findings have been accepted for publication in the Journal of Risk Research. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. A fake news video game is being launched today which is said to “vaccinate” players against misinformation.Developed by Cambridge University scientists, players take on the role of fake news producers and score points by winning followers for their conspiracy theories and angry tweets.Research has shown that exposing people to propaganda tactics can psychologically “inoculate” them against the influence of real fake news.The free game is intended to combat a growing epidemic of misinformation said to be sweeping across social media and online news outlets.Dr Sander van der Linden, director of Cambridge University’s Social Decision-Making Laboratory, said: “A biological vaccine administers a small dose of the disease to build immunity. Similarly, inoculation theory suggests that exposure to a weak or demystified version of an argument makes it easier to refute when confronted with more persuasive claims.”If you know what it is like to walk in the shoes of someone who is actively trying to deceive you, it should increase your ability to spot and resist the techniques of deceit. read more
As well as extending the dropdead deadline for nominations to the International Mining Hall of Fame by a few days to the morning of September 25 (GMT), IM announces broadening of the Tailings Management category to Environmental Management. Entries in all categories now coming in thick and fast with latest additions including Fred Banfield, Minesight; Udo Fischer and co-workers Torbjörn Hartzell and Jan Åkerman of Sandvik Mining Rock Tools, Dual Property cemented carbide; Alonzo Pawling and Henry Harnischfeger, the co-founders of a company in 1884 which became known as P&H Mining; and Micromine Founder and Managing Director, Graeme Tuder.Banfield started Mintec from his Tucson apartment in 1970. As a Colorado School of Mines student in the early 1960s, he applied his passion for mine engineering and computers to solving mine modeling and design challenges.Between 1988 and 1995 the four patents of Fischer, Hartzell and Åkerman were approved covering the new “Dual Property” (DP) cemented carbide which still is the most well-known cemented carbide using macro-gradients.P&H Mining is now part of Joy Global. Today, the company designs, manufactures, sells and services P&H branded surface mining equipment including electric shovels, draglines, and drilling equipment. This equipment can be found on 90% of today’s global surface mines.Tuder, has significantly contributed to the advancement of the international mining sector over the past 27 years. His pioneering efforts have resulted in Micromine’s reputation as a leading provider of innovative software solutions and services to the international exploration and mining sector, offering companies worldwide the tools to operate productively and cost efficiently. read more
Oscar Mayo, director of international development, has come out forward to speak about the Spanish competition position in the worldSpanish La Liga competition and Relevent Sports have agreed to take one official match to the United States every year.There are many detractors, but for director of international development, Oscar Mayo, La Liga needs to open up to the world.“It’s like when we changed kick-off times,” Mayo said to Sports NDTV.Zidane hails ‘quality’ James Rodriguez after Real Madrid’s win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane reserved special praise for James Rodriguez after his starring role in Real Madrid’s 3-2 win over Levante.“Whenever you are innovative and make a sudden change it is difficult to adapt, but we also know that as soon as we do, as time passes, we will all agree that it was a wise decision.”“We have the ambition to overcome the Premier League. These deals are the two good new stories for us this summer,” he added.“In the next four or five years, we should be at least at the same level.”“For all Spanish football — presidents, managers, fans, players — having a product that is the best league in the world and that is followed all over the world should make us feel very proud,” Mayo concluded. read more
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, October 17, 2016 – Michael Misick believes the meetings of the National Security Council are a waste of time, and in a late night media statement calls for the new Governor to remove the Police Commissioner, James Smith.“My prior calls for Commissioner Smith’s removal have fallen on deaf years, the only advancement since my last call was a series of meetings in which the Commissioner, the former Governor and the Premier sit, enjoy refreshments and agree on a date to meet and sit and enjoy refreshments again.” Misick explained in his statement that the spike in crime and long list of unsolved crime is reason enough to remove the Commissioner saying Smith is not fit for the fight and he called the level of crime in the islands ‘unacceptable.’ Misick said the detection rate is ‘ultra low’ and said Smith’s removal would, and I quote, ‘save the Force.’New Governor John Freeman was due to land at the Provo International late yesterday, a swearing in ceremony is arranged for today at the House of Assembly in Grand Turk. Related Items: read more
One of his teachers beat on corpses with a club to learn about bruising. Another professor could tell a man’s occupation by examining the calluses on his hands.Sir Arthur Conan Doyle picked up a lot more than a medical degree in college: His time at the University of Edinburgh’s medical school provided the inspiration for Sherlock Holmes.o What: “The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes.”o Where: Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, 1945 S.E. Water Ave., Portland.o When: Through Jan. 5.o Tickets: Adults, $18; youth (3-13) and seniors (63 and older), $13. OMSI members, $5 and $3; includes museum admission.o For adults: OMSI After Dark, 6 to 10 p.m. Oct. 30. $13 admission or $18 for access to Sherlock Holmes exhibit. 21 and older. Details, click hereo Information: OMSI website; 800-955-6674.Now the worlds of Conan Doyle and fiction’s most prominent detective are highlighted in a new exhibit at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry.“The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes” includes an interactive mystery story featuring century-old scientific crime-solving techniques. Investigators follow the clues from Holmes’ sitting room at 221B Baker Street through the streets of 1890s London. read more
PORTLAND (AP) — A Vancouver man accused of sending threatening letters laced with white powder to Congress members has pleaded guilty to mailing such a letter to U.S. Sen. Barbara Mikulski.Christopher Lee Carlson entered his plea Tuesday in federal court in Portland.The Oregonian reported that the letter to the Maryland Democrat’s Baltimore office was part of a February 2012 mass mailing.Sentencing for the 41-year-old man was set for Feb. 4. The newspaper says he faces a maximum penalty of five years, a $250,000 fine and restitution costs.Carlson was indicted in March 2012 on 12 counts accusing him of sending the letters to six members of Congress, including Republican House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio.The charges arose from an investigation into the mailing of about 100 envelopes containing white powder. The U.S. attorney’s office in Portland said the letters, postmarked in Portland, tested negative for toxic substances.A U.S. attorney’s spokeswoman was not immediately reachable Tuesday night to discuss the status of the other counts. read more
EXCLUSIVE: The University of Lincoln has launched a new employee benefits platform for its 1,700 core staff and 1,500 claims workers (who claim for hours worked rather receiving regular earnings).It introduced its Linc-On platform, provided by AYMTM, part of Sodexo, on 4 May 2017. The platform has been designed to enhance overall employee engagement with benefits, as well as improve communications around the options available to staff.Within two days of its launch, 25% of employees had logged in and explored the platform.The platform features an interactive map of Lincoln, where each landmark on the map represents a location where a staff benefit is offered, for example, the local football ground, the sports centre, or the performing arts centre. Other landmarks on the map include the travel centre, which provides links to benefits such as bikes for work, cycle hire, season ticket loans, and the organisation’s car scheme.As well as providing access to the university’s entire benefits offering, which includes financial education, family-friendly benefits, local discounts, and professional development schemes, the new platform also hosts the organisation’s recognition scheme. This scheme includes manager nominations for merit awards, service awards and enables points to be awarded to staff who demonstrate the organisation’s values.The platform also incorporates a staff suggestion scheme, Freecycle area, and employee competitions.The University of Lincoln previously communicated benefits via its employee intranet. Going forward, it will use the new platform to deliver the majority of benefits communications. This will include the use of a ticker tape update bar, a Linc-On news section, and an employee newsletter.Ian Hodson, head of reward at the University of Lincoln, said: “We have worked closely with our provider to create something that is unique to Lincoln, embeds tools to encourage engagement.“The site hosts all of our benefits in a handy city map where our workforce can find the type of benefit they are looking for via different buildings, such as the travel centre and the fitness centre. We are delighted to launch the platform and will be developing exciting new ideas going forward.” read more
0 How do you know a storm is really serious? Maybe when it smashes a 20-foot structure into Lake Michigan.Photographer Ann Barbeau of Manitowoc, Wisconsin told me she enjoys the shore of the Great Lake daily. On Monday, she was out near Manitowoc’s South Pier Light Navigational Beacon just as the storm turned fierce.”I was out this morning taking pictures of the waves,” Barbeau said, noting that she was using sports mode on her camera to take multiple photos at once. “This big wave came in, and as soon as it cleared, the light tower was gone.”The series of 16 photos, which Barbeau posted on Facebook and allowed CNET to reproduce here, show a gigantic wave crashing into the 20-foot structure, then hiding it from view. When the waves clear — like an evil magician’s trick, the beacon is gone.”I looked in the water, and it was floating for about five seconds, then sunk,” she said. “I looked around and cleared my eyes because I couldn’t believe what I just witnessed.”The stunning crash created multiple emotions for Barbeau, who says she felt, “sad, bad, (and) super-excited at the same time.”Some news reports said that a lighthouse was washed away, and the Manitowoc Breakwater Lighthouse does indeed stand at the end of the city’s north pier. But that wasn’t what fell into the water, Chief Eric Olson of the US Coast Guard confirmed to Green Bay’s WFRV news. The lighthouse still stands.Instead, it was the nearby beacon that Barbeau saw crash into the lake, a victim of the strong waves and wind that hit its 20-foot-tall fiberglass tower.”It’s an aid to navigation,” Olson told WFRV, “but certainly still an important beacon and we’ll definitely look to address the fact that it’s missing.”The event took place around 8:30 a.m. CT Monday morning, and no one was injured. The Coast Guard did not immediately respond to a CNET request for comment.Olson told the Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter that the Coast Guard will search for the beacon, and that it does need to be replaced. He also told the paper he’s not aware of anything similar happening on the lake in the past. Whoa! https://t.co/ZXIuDrEwOE— Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter (@htrnews) January 7, 2019 Share your voice Olson told WFRV that the beacon will be replaced in the spring, and said the strength of Monday’s waves, aided by the direction in which they were crashing, caused the beacon to wash into the lake.”The waves got very large and the direction was directly into the break wall,” he told the station. “It’s not a common occurrence, but in the end Mother Nature sometimes wins.”For Barbeau, it was a once-in-a-lifetime lake walk. “What a crazy experience!” she wrote on Facebook. Tags “Rest In Peace, South Pier Lighthouse,” wrote Manitowoc mayor Justin Nickels in a tweet. (He probably meant “beacon,” but the hyperbole is understandable.) “We can now add this to our upcoming attractions in our Marine Sanctuary along with the shipwrecks. In all seriousness, the Coast Guard has been notified about this since it is their lighthouse. All will be well.” Taking It to Extremes: Mix insane situations — erupting volcanoes, nuclear meltdowns, 30-foot waves — with everyday tech. Here’s what happens.Fight the Power: Take a look at who’s transforming the way we think about energy. Marvel at a sea of award-winning underwater photos 32 Photos Rest In Peace, South Pier Lighthouse. We can now add this to our upcoming attractions in our Marine Sanctuary along with the shipwrecks.In all seriousness, the coast guard has been notified about this since it is their lighthouse. All will be well. https://t.co/Jzpc5ZlKiK— Mayor Justin Nickels (@mantymayor) January 7, 2019 Post a comment Sci-Tech read more
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Getty ImagesA Pakistani taxi driver and a die-hard fan of the Pakistan team has turned into an ardent Indian supporter in this World Cup and is rooting for the Men in Blue to lift the coveted trophy. Muhammad, who plays club level amateur cricket alongside driving a taxi in Manchester has been a die-hard Pakistani cricket fan for a long time. On weekends he plays club cricket and knows about the Old Trafford ground quite well. On the eve of the match where the two neighbouring countries – India and Pakistan – met to play their group match, Muhammad became a fan of the Indian team.He was impressed by the discipline of the Men in Blue as they refused to meet him when he went to the team hotel so that the players do not get distracted. “I have been driving for a while in this area and when I came to know that the Indian team was staying at the Radisson Blu, I happily walked up to the hotel thinking that my proximity with a few hotel staff would help me meet Kohli and some of the other stars,” he was quoted by the IANS.Muhammad added, “But my own friends put their hands up and said that the Indian team was not willing to be distracted ahead of the big game. Disappointed as I was, I realised what the game meant to them.” India are in good form in this World Cup. TwitterOn the other hand, talking about the Pakistani cricket team he expressed his disappointment looking at their casual attitude. He recollected, “I then went ahead to the Pakistan team hotel, even though I was certain that I would once again be asked to leave without getting a glimpse of the players. After all, they too wouldn’t wish to be distracted before such a crucial game. But to my surprise, they were all over the place and I could just walk in, meet and greet whoever. I have never been more disappointed at meeting my heroes.”According to him on that day he realised why India is one of the best team in the world and he became their fan. When asked about his opinion about the semi-final clash between India and New Zealand he stated that whoever wins the toss will be in an advantageous position.India is slated to face New Zealand at the Old Trafford ground after qualifying as the league stage leaders in the World Cup. There is a high probability of the match getting washed out, but India will qualify due to being above the Kiwis in the points table. read more
Technology | June 09, 2008 Cook Medical’s Esophageal Stent Enables Controlled Delivery, Retraction Cook Medical’s FDA-cleared Evolution Controlled Release Esophageal Stent System is a stent designed to improve the quality of life for patients with esophageal cancer.Evolution employs a stent delivery system that enables deployment and recapturability of the stent with reportedly high precision. The ability to place the stent precisely the very first time may reduce the need for repeat procedures.The Evolution stent’s retractable delivery system facilitates direct monitoring of the placement progress throughout the procedure with its point-of-no-return indicator, allowing physicians more controlled placement of the stent. With each squeeze of the stent’s trigger-based introducer, a proportional length of the stent is engineered to deploy or be recaptured. The directional button enables seamless switching from deployment to recapture mode and the “point-of-no-return” mark alerts the physician when recapture is no longer available. However, even after this point repositioning is still an option.The Evolution Stent is designed with dual flanges that secure the stent, potentially reducing the risk of migration or stent movement after placement, thus eliminating the need for repeat procedures. It is also the only esophageal stent with an internal and external silicone coating, designed to resist tumor ingrowth into the stent and enhances the patients’ ability to swallow food normally instead of eating through a tube.The Evolution stent is also cleared for use in Europe. FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 read more
Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEOS | EP LAB | JULY 26, 2019 VIDEO: What Electrophysiologists Need From CT Imaging Prior to AF and VT Ablations Mark Ibrahim, M.D., F read more Videos | Radiation Therapy | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: Use of Radiotherapy to Noninvasively Ablate Ventricular Tachycardia Pierre Qian, MBBS, read more The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. 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News | October 21, 2013 FDA Grants Orphan Drug Designation to Lipiodol Related Content Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a GE Cardiographe Dedicated Cardiac CT Scanner This is a quick walk around of the GE Healthcare Cardiographe dedicated cardiac CT system on display at the… read more October 21, 2013 – Guerbet announced that it has been granted Orphan Drug Designation from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Office of Orphan Products Development (OOPD) for Lipiodol (Ethiodized Oil) Injection for management of patients with known hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC).Lipiodol is currently under FDA evaluation for safety and efficacy with a proposed indication “for selective hepatic intra-arterial use in computed tomography (CT) of the liver to visualize and localize lesions in adults with known HCC.”Hepatocellular carcinoma prevalence in the United States has been estimated to affect approximately 35,000 U.S. patients in 2013. Orphan Drug Designation is granted to drug therapies intended to treat diseases or conditions that affect fewer than 200,000 people in the United States. Orphan Drug Designation entitles the sponsor to clinical protocol assistance with the FDA, as well as federal grants, tax credits, and potentially a seven-year market exclusivity period.”We are very pleased to have been granted an orphan drug designation for Lipiodol,” commented Yves L’Epine, Chief Executive Officer of Guerbet. “Patients with known HCC may have Lipiodol approved as part of their disease management as an option. 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