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Nikunj Desai, head of supply chain at ACG, explores how supply chains can be made more secure and the impacts this may have on the pharma industry
The Follicular Lymphoma Foundation tells Pharmafocus about new research being conducted into blood cancer follicular lymphoma and their new research grant programme
Why do such a significant amount of vaccines in the UK come from Flanders and what does this mean in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic?
Patients who need to regularly inject themselves can often experience needle anxiety and worry that they may not be able to carry out the procedure correctly each time, which can reduce compliance. With Sidekick, Ypsomed intends to adopt a digital approach to combat this problem, through the development of a molecule specifically targeted towards patients with chronic conditions who need to self-inject therapies on a regular basis.
Opinions have been divided as thousand of NHS operations and appointments were cancelled or postponed due to Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral, on Monday 19 September. Some patients have cancelled their own appointments, where others have complained of the disruption.
Pharmafocus speaks to Eoin O’Carroll, cofounder and CEO of oncology platform ONCOAssist, about the importance of digital platforms in this complex and ever-evolving field
Pharmafocus sat down with Joaquin Mould, Global HEOR & Value Strategy Director, Seqirus, to get to the heart of what invaluable insights RWE can give us on vaccine efficacy
Emma Banks, CEO, Ramarketing, delves into the connection between patients and the companies in the pharmaceutical supply chain, and shares how this relationship was strengthened by the pandemic
Scientists at Northwestern University have created a Transformer-style robot that travels through the human body to cure diseases. The tiny machine is controlled by magnets, carrying payloads directly to a tumour, blood clot, or infection. Set to revolutionise medicine, the ‘millibot’ may even come to replace pills or intravenous injections that can cause life threatening side effects.
An international team has linked spikes in deaths at cemeteries in Kyrgyzstan in the 1300s to the start of the plague pandemic. Ancient DNA from bubonic plague victims, buried in cemeteries on the Silk Road trade route in Central Asia, has pinpointed the area in northern Kyrgyzstan.
Georgios Tsatsaronis, Vice President Data Science Research Content at Elsevier, illuminates the role data scientists play in the plight for new and innovative therapeutics
Bernard Ross, CEO of Sky, shares how telehealth solutions are the way forward, saving the NHS mass amounts of funding, and keeping patient centricity at the fore