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  • Sourcing R&D innovation: why pharma companies need to evolve their business models Sourcing R&D innovation: why pharma companies need to evolve their business models

    Amgen developed a portfolio of supportive cancer care drugs including Epogen, Neupogen and Aranesp, and Endo Pharmaceuticals developed a pipeline of pain products that includes Lidoderm, Percocet and Opana. ... Novartis created Novartis Oncology in 2016

  • The search for effective drug treatments for COVID-19 The search for effective drug treatments for COVID-19

    NIAID’s Adaptive COVID-19 Treatment Trial (ACTT-1) showed that remdesivir Standard of Care (SOC) significantly shortened time to recovery, provided greater clinical improvement and also reduced disease progression compared ... a 10-day dosing regimen

  • AstraZeneca’s focus on diagnosing and managing chronic kidney disease AstraZeneca’s focus on diagnosing and managing chronic kidney disease

    People living with chronic kidney disease are in urgent need of new and improved approaches to diagnosis and care. ... Driving an evolution in care. There is a very real and unmet need to improve the standard of care for people with CKD.

  • Three ways AI will change healthcare in the next decade Three ways AI will change healthcare in the next decade

    AI-enabled solutions will also enhance patient engagement in their own care, giving them the knowledge that they need to take their health into their own hands. ... Streamlining the delivery of healthcare. The growing use of big data and AI will also

  • Putting theory into practice Putting theory into practice

    Exploring the gap. To explore this gap, we decided to study the uptake of five different innovative medical technologies across multiple secondary care centres. ... This adoption process often takes place in a separate clinical sphere, such as when one

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  • The heavy toll of COVID-19 on cancer patients

    Non-urgent care has been paused, as doctors and nurses have been redeployed in the effort against the pandemic. ... For example, all CAR-T cell therapies were paused as intensive care unit beds were needed to help COVID-19 patients recover.

  • 3 reasons why clinical trials will thrive in 2021 3 reasons why clinical trials will thrive in 2021

    With reduced access to primary care, limited capacity in hospitals, and clinical trial participants unable to visit investigator sites, it’s taken countless innovative changes in procedures to enable hospitals, clinics,

  • 2020 - a year to remember or forget? 2020 - a year to remember or forget?

    HCPs had to adjust how they delivered care (often though telemedicine) and address the many wider needs such as access to medicines.

  • Porphyria Awareness Week – Round Up

    We recognise that only true engagement can facilitate change and we use our combination of scientific, creative and technical expertise to stimulate optimal participation of all those in the care pathway.     .

  • emotive supports Rare Disease Day 2019

    On 20th  February, we attended ‘The Unusual Suspects: Rare Diseases in Everyday Medical Care” at the Royal Society of Medicine, hosted by Medics 4 Rare Diseases (M4RD).  . ... We recognise that only true engagement can facilitate change and we

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An EU emergency health fund to limit the impact of future crises
Leading finance experts propose an Emergency Health Financing Facility to limit the impact of future crises on the EU...
Mistrust in medical research: a patient perspective
The recent development of several COVID-19 vaccines has placed medical research firmly in the spotlight, highlighting public confusion and misinformation about clinical trials. Patient advocate, Trishna Bharadia reveals what the...
Real-world evidence: breaking boundaries in rare disease
Generating data for drug launches is a challenging process. In rare diseases, with small patient populations and high unmet need, evidence generation is even more complex. Consultant Sarah Poole and...

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