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The FDA approves the PIs ritonavir (Norvir) and indinavir (Crixivan).
The FDA approves the viral load test, a new diagnostic test that measures the level of HIV in the blood.
The FDA approves the NNRTI delavirdine (Rescriptor).
The FDA approves new formulation of saquinavir (Fortovase, a soft-gel formulation designed to improve absorption in the body).
The FDA approves Combivir, a combination of zidovudine (Retrovir, AZT) and lamivudine (Epivir, 3TC).
The FDA approves a supplement to the Amplicor HIV-1 Monitor Test, extending the lower limit of viral load quantification from 400 to 50 copies/mL.
The FDA approves Kaletra, a combination pill containing 2 PIs, lopinavir and ritonavir (Norvir), where a small dose of ritonavir is included to boost levels of lopinavir.
The council's pay will jump to to $107,390 if the state Judicial Council on April 24 approves a pay hike for judges as expected.
If the Judicial Council doesn't approve the coordination plan, the pay raises would not take effect, but the panel likely will approve the plan because it was recommended by the committee, said Municipal Court Judge John Meigs, chairman of the Municipal Court Judges Association.
The purpose of the modification is to clarify the stockholder vote required to approve the items in Proposal 2, the proposal to open-end the Fund and make certain amendments to the Fund's Articles of Incorporation (the "Charter").
This means that if 75% of the outstanding shares do not approve Proposal 2, the proposal to elect Directors for an indefinite term of office will not take effect, the classified Board, toll free, at 1-866-342-4881, if they have any questions concerning voting or if they need additional copies of the proxy materials.
The resolution to approve the corporation's major transaction was voted on by the shareholders of the corporation on the basis of the "Majority of the Minority", which requires that the resolution approving the Major Transaction be passed by at least 50 percent plus one vote of the votes cast by the "minority shareholders" of the Corporation.