China Rejects SELLING POINT OF Tainted Milk Boss A Chinese courtroom has rejected the appeal of a dairy boss sentenced alive in prison for her role in last year’s milk scandal that sickened hundreds of thousands of babies. The official Xinhua News Agency said the People’s Large Court in Hebei province upheld the initial verdict of Tian Wenhua. The 66-year-old was the overall chairwoman and supervisor of the now-defunct Sanlu Group Co. At her trial by the end of December Tian pleaded guilty to charges of producing and selling fake or substandard products after infant formulation tainted with the chemical substance melamine was blamed in the deaths of at least six babies and the illnesses of nearly 300,000 others. She was the highest-ranking official charged in the food safety scandal, widely regarded as a national disgrace that highlighted corporate and official corruption and shortcomings., a biotechnology business with a pipeline of proprietary small molecule medications being developed to take care of inflammatory diseases, cancers and sexual dysfunction, today announced it lately received clearance from the European Medications Company to commence dosing sufferers in Europe in its global Phase II trial for CF102 in the treating hepatocellular carcinoma , the most common form of liver cancer. After receiving approval Shortly, the first individual in European countries was dosed. The Stage II randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled trial is being executed in the U.S., Israel, and Europe. The trial protocol has been approved by regulatory agencies in all three regions and sufferers have been dosed in Israel and European countries.