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Daily Brief: Summit's $12m lifeline, Biohaven's speech anxiety pill, Crescendo's Humabody progress

Daily Brief: Summit's $12m lifeline, Biohaven's speech anxiety pill, Crescendo's Humabody progress

UK specialist pharma company Summit Therapeutics has been awarded an extra $12m from a US government department to fund development of a new antibiotic. ... Following this setback, the company will have to make job losses, but believes its novel

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  • Rules of engagement Rules of engagement

    A 2015 survey by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 12 countries highlighted people’s unfamiliarity with the language of antibiotic resistance. ... Only one-fifth were aware of its abbreviated form  ‘AMR’. By contrast, more than two-thirds

  • No incentive for a cure No incentive for a cure

    The stakes are too high for this not to happen. The risk we face from antimicrobial resistance and the current lack of new antibiotics tells us all we need to know

  • The threat of antimicrobial resistance The threat of antimicrobial resistance

    No new classes of antibiotics have been introduced for more than 30 years and antibiotic patent applications worldwide. ... But PUSH incentives are not enough to fix the problem with the antibiotics market.

  • Health on instalment Health on instalment

    The only apt parallel might be the discovery of antibiotics or vaccines, but even those milestones may end up paling in comparison.

  • Significant figures Significant figures

    us.”. An inhaled formulation of last-resort antibiotic Amikacin, ALIS taps into a need for new antibiotics as well as industry heads towards more joined-up thinking to tackle antimicrobial resistance. ... European physicians welcome the development of

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  • Nabriva Therapeutics appoints new chief commercial officer Nabriva Therapeutics appoints new chief commercial officer

    Nabriva Therapeutics appoints new chief commercial officer. Francesco Maria Lavino joins to support commercialisation of its new antibiotic. ... He said: “Nabriva Therapeutics is poised to introduce what is potentially the first new class of

  • Destiny Pharma appoints new CEO Destiny Pharma appoints new CEO

    development. He said: “The resistance to antibiotics is becoming a global issue that needs to be addressed and I believe Destiny has a significant part to play.

  • Dr Engelbert Tjeenk Willink joins Allecra Therapeutics Dr Engelbert Tjeenk Willink joins Allecra Therapeutics

    Regulatory authorities have recognised the potential that Allecra’s novel antibiotic may contribute towards solving the crisis of resistant bacterial infections, and out lead development programme has been significantly expedited. ... With these new

  • Micreos appoints chief medical officer Micreos appoints chief medical officer

    In his new role Dr Frieling will be responsible for overseeing Micreos' antibiotic alternative, Staphefekt, as it begins clinical trials.

  • Nabriva Therapeutics adds Will Sargent to team Nabriva Therapeutics adds Will Sargent to team

    He said: “ I am excited to join this talented and dedicated team focused on advancing a novel, targeted antibiotic therapy that can impact patients' lives by addressing an unmet medical need. “

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  • Antibiotic Resistance: Alarm bells ring louder than ever

    where antibiotics and the threat of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) became a hot topic in the mainstream media. ... 1. Prevent the need for antibiotics.Immunisation programmes engender immunity and make people less susceptible to pathogens.

  • Longevity but at what price?

    Zhavoronkov’ s theory is that by following the advances in biomedical research, we can now vaccinate against what were once killer illnesses; antibiotics have increased our life expectancy (although there is

  • Adelphi Research UK Welcomes Six New Starters

    She has carried out exchange programmes in China and Hong Kong and has also completed two research internships in novel antibiotic discovery.

  • Virtual reality—a change for the better in medical education

    keeps insisting that her mother be prescribed antibiotics despite inconclusive evidence that antibiotics are necessary. ... The responses of medical general practitioners to unreasonable patient demand for antibiotics— a study of medical ethics using

  • How to be a patient

    They realise there is not a pill for every ill, so they don't demand an antibiotic for every infection or expect to walk out with a prescription after every consultation.

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