Abbott


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Ab·bott

(ab'ŏt),
Alexander C., U.S. bacteriologist, 1860-1935. See: Abbott stain for spores.

Ab·bott

(ab'ŏt),
W. Osler, U.S. physician, 1902-1943. See: Abbott tube, Miller-Abbott tube.
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th] consecutive quarterly dividend to be paid by Abbott since 1924.
14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Abbott (NYSE: ABT) and its philanthropic foundation the Abbott Fund are providing $450,000 in grants and healthcare products to deliver immediate relief to the Philippines in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan.
26-year-old Abbott wearing a back brace at a Houston rehabilitation center after being paralyzed by a falling tree while jogging in 1984.
Abbott is survived by his loving wife of 61 years, Dorothy (Donnelly) Abbott of Ithaca, New York.
Abbott claimed that Takeda Pharmaceutical had unjustly earned profits from its supply of lansoprazole to TAP Pharmaceutical Product, a joint venture company between Abbott and Takeda.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Abbott Northwestern Hospital's Stroke Program has been awarded Primary Stroke Center Certification and the Gold Seal of Approval(TM).
Abbott has joined as a Managing Director and US Head of Semiconductor coverage in the Global Technology Sector within the Investment Banking Department.
26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Abbott (NYSE: ABT) has acquired control of CFR Pharmaceuticals, more than doubling its Latin American branded generics pharmaceutical presence and further expanding the company's presence in fast-growing markets.
Further deepening its commitment to the fight against HIV/AIDS in Africa, Abbott Fund announced today that it is opening a new program office in Tanzania to manage its extensive HIV/AIDS philanthropic efforts and partnerships there.
MINNEAPOLIS -- A groundbreaking treatment for heart attack patients developed by a Minnesota hospital has reached a milestone: The Minneapolis Heart Institute(R) at Abbott Northwestern Hospital recently brought the 1,000th patient through its Level 1 Heart Attack Program.