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Friday 22 March 2019

Beth Kennedy

Articles by this author

Tue 12 March
Tue 12 March
Research led by the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) has been awarded €7m to investigate new treatments for Parkinson’s over three years.
Thu 7 March
Thu 7 March
With so little clarity about the terms of Brexit, how can pharmacists know how the medicines supply chain will be affected, ponders our editor-in-chief Beth Kennedy
Wed 6 March
Wed 6 March
Giving children the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine does not cause autism, according to the results of a major new study.
Wed 23 January
Wed 23 January
Those aged 18-29 are the most likely to suffer an asthma attack and least likely to receive life-saving asthma care than any other age group, research has revealed.
Mon 21 January
Mon 21 January
The National Institute of health and Care Excellence (NICE) has recommended Verzenios (abemaciclib) in combination with an aromatase inhibitor (AI) to treat metastatic breast cancer
Tue 15 January
Tue 15 January
Former regional pharmaceutical officer for the Israeli Ministry of Health Yaakov Cass outlines his views on how hospital pharmacists should handle hazardous drugs
Wed 9 January
Wed 9 January
Hospital pharmacists deserve more recognition than they got from this major planning document
Mon 7 January
Mon 7 January
New plans for the NHS to tackle ‘killer conditions’ such as strokes and heart attacks could save up to half a million lives, the UK’s Government has announced.
Fri 4 January
Fri 4 January
The medicines watchdog has recalled certain batches of products containing ibesartan made by the manufacturer Accord (formerly Actavis) over contamination fears.
Thu 15 November
Thu 15 November
The closer the UK gets to leaving the EU, the more questions that remain unanswered
Thu 15 November
Thu 15 November
Matt Hancock made the comments during a five-hour cabinet meeting discussing the Brexit deal negotiated with the EU by Prime Minister Theresa May, according to The Times
Wed 7 November
Wed 7 November
Olarpip could provide effective treatment for brain tumours, charity reveals
Fri 12 October
Fri 12 October
The UK's pharmacy regulator the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) will consult on raising its registration its registration fees for 2019/20 – the first time it has proposed increasing them since 2015 – it has announced.
Fri 21 September
Fri 21 September
European Commission approves BRAFTOVI and MEKTOVI to treat advanced BRAF-mutant melanoma
Thu 30 August
Thu 30 August
Novartis UK Oncology statement on Novartis receiving European Commission approval of its CAR-T cell therapy, Kymriah® (tisagenlecleucel)
Thu 30 August
Thu 30 August
The European Commission has approved Vyxeos 44 mg/100mg powder for concentrate for solution for infusion for the treatment of adults with newly-diagnosed, therapy-related acute myeloid leukaemia (t-AML) or AML with myelodysplasia-related changes, manufacturer Jazz Pharmaceuticals has announced.
Thu 23 August
Thu 23 August
Working as a pharmacist in the Central African Republic and the Democratic Republic of the Congo was a rewarding experience, despite considerable challenges, explains Barbara Pawulska
Wed 8 August
Wed 8 August
New restricted indications on prescribing Esmya (ulipristal acetate) for symptoms of uterine fibroids have been put in place by the UK’s medicines watchdog
Mon 6 August
Mon 6 August
New patient groups with cancer-associated venous thromboembolism (VTE) could benefit from taking once-daily oral LIXIANA (edoxaban), a recent analysis has said.
Thu 2 August
Thu 2 August
The Government should consider the economic as well as health benefits of vaccinating people against flu, according to research by a think tank

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