In some cases, NUHW representatives said these were from a federal government agency, and in still others they pressured family members and home care consumers to sign the cards even, rendering them invalid if checked thoroughly. Related StoriesSurgical startup seeks financing to build digital reality training libraryReducing hospital readmissions through Transitional Treatment: an interview with Rani KhetarpalCancer medical diagnosis improvements in England: an interview with Lucy Elliss-Brookes To protect these workers’ privileges and ensure a fair process, each card and each signature ought to be hands checked against official information, stated Leon Chow, who has represented San Francisco home care workers for SEIU-UHW for 12 years.today reported financial results for the 4th quarter and full season of fiscal 2010.0 million for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2010, in comparison to revenue of $5.5 million for the same period in fiscal 2009. Array spent $16.5 million in proprietary advancement and research for the quarter to enhance its clinical advancement and discovery programs. This compares to $21.3 million spent in advancement and research during the fourth quarter of fiscal 2009. Array reported a net lack of $15.8 million, or per talk about, for the fourth quarter, compared to a net loss of $26.7 million, or per share, for the fourth quarter in fiscal 2009. Array ended the 4th quarter of fiscal 2010 with $129 million in cash, money equivalents and marketable securities.