Canadians with hemophilia A can use new treatment option, XYNTHA Canadians with hemophilia A – a rare, inherited blood-clotting disorder – have got a new treatment option with the intro of XYNTHA now, a recombinant element VIII product for both prevention and control of bleeding episodes and surgical prophylaxis super capsules . XYNTHA, produced by Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, now a Pfizer company, is produced using state-of-the-art purification and manufacturing processes designed to reduce the risk of viral contamination. It employs accurate next-generation technology, with completely albumin-free manufacturing from start to finish, purification that is free of animal-derived materials completely, and a virus-capturing nanofiltration step.
Canadian parents raise family members with less money and time than Baby Boomer generation Canadian parents today are raising families with less money and time compared to the Baby Boomer generation despite the fact that the country’s economy has doubled in size since 1976, today by Paul Kershaw says a new research released at the University of Saskatchewan, a family policy professional from the University of British Columbia. ‘What we’re seeing is normally something I call ‘Era Squeeze,” Kershaw says. ‘The generation raising small children today can be squeezed for period in the home, squeezed for income because of the high price of housing, and squeezed for solutions like child care that could help them balance earning a living with increasing a family.’ Kershaw’s research has been supported by the Healthy Children research group at the Saskatchewan Populace Health and Evaluation Research Unit , an interdisciplinary group of population health experts from the Universities of Saskatchewan and Regina, through their early years network, kidSKAN have created reviews for each province in Canada, evaluating the costs of living, household incomes and services available to households today with those during the 1970s.