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12.07.18: Patients with rare autoinflammatory diseases in the UK have a new treatment option with the launch of Sobi’s...
04.07.18: A clinical trial to treat female diffuse hair loss has been kick started by US regenerative medicine company...
27.06.18: Oral Semaglutide demonstrates significant reduction in blood sugar versus placebo in trial
25.06.18: Stephanie Annett has a PhD in experimental therapeutics, is a researcher for novel immunotherapies and a...
21.06.18: Targeted therapy to block a protein that suppresses T cell activity could improve cancer treatment with...

Research analysis

Monday 10 August 2015
Palatability studies are required for new medicines to ensure that they are acceptable to children. However, there is...
Monday 16 February 2015
The aim of intravenous management is safe, effective delivery of treatment without discomfort or tissue damage and...
Monday 16 February 2015
The introduction of a ready-to-use cefuroxime DUPLEX drug delivery system in Denmark promises to save money and avoid...
Saturday 3 August 2013
By implementing a comprehensive oxygen stewardship programme, including guidelines, education and audit, the...
Saturday 3 August 2013
A local nebuliser guidance document has been designed with the aim of providing a framework for standardised...

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