Asacol, which is mesalamine - derivative of 5-aminosalicylic acid. It is prsecribed for treatment and remission maintenance at patients with ulcer colitis (earlier known as nonspecific ulcer colitis) of mild and moderate type.

Asacol, which is mesalamine - derivative of 5-aminosalicylic acid. It is prsecribed for treatment and remission maintenance at patients with ulcer colitis (earlier known as nonspecific ulcer colitis) of mild and moderate type.



  1. Jamestown
  2. Prosper
  3. Seminole
  4. Centerville
  5. Apriso Narrows


Apriso for tablets. "I have this very bad habit of picking things that I'll be able to use, rather than things that may give me cancer or get in deep trouble," Schiavo said. "I'm glad that this is an option many citizens have had access to." Schiavo's family members, as well her husband, were also on hand, as was the state's governor. "She has been in pain every single minute of her life," Gov. Rick Scott said in an interview before the news was revealed Friday. He said Schiavo's caregivers are doing their job "with distinction" but that he thinks they should get some help with the legal costs. He's expected to give the family option of right to appeal and seek more than what was approved. "The state of Florida has a huge interest in what is going on here," he said. "We are a state for the people and this family has been a state for the people. I certainly want to make sure we don't do more harm to her as it relates the future of family and care this sick individual. I'm certainly not afraid of a fight." Scott said that, unlike in an earlier case, there will be no discussion of what to spend the money on now, so debate won't even need to be raised. Schiavo's parents were expected to attend, along with a state medical examiner who said she had the kind of brain tumor surgeon who operated last December would expect. Scott and state Attorney General Pam Bondi had no answer at Friday's meeting on how Schiavo's hospitalization was going. "We really don't know how this all is going to play out," Scott told reporters afterward. "We're certainly trying to work our way through this." On Friday, the family of Lisa Ann Schiavo issued a statement saying they "have prayed and asked for no media coverage" of events "during the holidays." But when the Sun Sentinel spoke with Schiavo's parents on Friday, they said they'd spoken to reporters. "They said there would definitely be a reporter," said one of the sisters. "They're not upset about anything, and they appreciate how things are getting done." In a statement, Schiavo's husband, Jerry Schia