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Saturday 27 August 2016

Blogs

Christine Clark
27.06.16: The risks of medicines-related problems that arise at transfers of care are now well-recognised. One of the commonest problems is that a patient leaves hospital on ‘new’ medicines but goes home and takes their previous medicines as well
Ana Rosa Rubio Salvador
06.06.16: Oncology pharmacists play an important role as an integral part of the interdisciplinary cancer care team in the provision of high quality care of patients with cancer

Top stories

26.08.16: Phase III data supporting submission suggests potential clinical benefit of daratumumab as a backbone therapy in combination with...
26.08.16: AbbVie’s first oncology therapy in the UK and the first treatment for CLL to be made available through the Early Access to Medicines...
19.08.16: NICE draft guidance does not recommend Nexavar® (sorafenib) for the treatment of patients with advanced hepatocellular carcinoma who...
12.08.16: National Institute for Health and Care Excellence publishes negative draft recommendation for brentuximab vedotin within appraisal...
04.08.16: Therapy to be made available for patients with previously treated advanced non-small lung cancer whose tumours express the PD-L1...
04.08.16: Radiopharmaceutical precursor receives marketing authorisation
12.08.16: National Institute for Health and Care Excellence publishes negative draft recommendation for brentuximab vedotin within appraisal...
06.06.16: Oncology pharmacists play an important role as an integral part of the interdisciplinary cancer care team in the provision of high...

Industry news

18.05.16: Efficacy and tolerability were maintained in patients who switched from reference infliximab to biosimilar infliximab over the...
17.05.16: A1M Pharma has initiated a research collaboration with global biotherapeutics company CSL Behring to investigate the potential of...
15.04.16: Available in new presentation strength of 0.1mg/ml to maximise accuracy and flexibility of dosing

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