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Daily Brief: Trump arrives in London, NICE says no to Darzalex, Pfizer backs down on prices

Daily Brief: Trump arrives in London, NICE says no to Darzalex, Pfizer backs down on prices

However the prevailing emotions in England this morning are more likely to be disappointment and sadness – mixed with some pride – as England’s football team saw their best World Cup performance

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    Those who've been hooked to the World Cup needn't fear, however, the England vs.

  • Alexa: find Novo Nordisk voice-activated diabetes tech Alexa: find Novo Nordisk voice-activated diabetes tech

    The Danish pharma firm teamed up with HITLAB (Health Innovation Technology Lab) last year to support its 17th health innovation World Cup, which in 2017 focused for the first time on ... 2017 was the first year the HITLAB World Cup Challenge had focused

  • Ready for takeoff? Ready for takeoff?

    Compassionate Use Programmes (CUPs) are designed for patients with no satisfactory treatment options or who cannot enter clinical trials. ... However, many eligible patients are unaware of CUPs due to a lack of publicity.

  • Access to orphan drugs for rare cancers in EU28 Access to orphan drugs for rare cancers in EU28

    In most countries, there are national authorities that oversee decisions and approvals for CUP. ... Early access programmes like CUP provide many benefits for patients, healthcare professionals and pharmaceutical companies.

  • PRIME Time in the EU PRIME Time in the EU

    Compassionate Use Programmes (CUPs) are designed for patients with no satisfactory treatment options or who cannot enter clinical trials. ... Currently, there are five ongoing CUPs throughout Europe that have included the Committee for Medicinal Products

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  • Pfizer and IBM's tech-enabled 'Parkinson’s house' Pfizer and IBM's tech-enabled 'Parkinson’s house'

    joint movements during everyday tasks such as walking across a room, opening a cupboard or making a cup of coffee.

  • Thinking outside the medicine box Thinking outside the medicine box

    However, it is equally valuable to make a cup of tea together and discuss the daily routine; to observe the treatment regimen in situ (be it at home or in hospital); ... Taking it slow - allow time for introductions and spend time getting to know each

  • The leadership challenge The leadership challenge

    To use a sporting example, Angel Di Maria was unsuccessful at Manchester United the season after being named man of the match in a World Cup final because he couldn't

  • Russian innovation at the crossroads Russian innovation at the crossroads

    With foreseen huge investment requirements for another portion of Russian mega projects (FIFA World CUP 2018, Kerch Strait Bridge), as well as increasing burden of social expenditures, there is a risk

  • Is obesity really a problem in Brazil? Is obesity really a problem in Brazil?

    When Brazil hosted the World Cup in 2014 the stadiums were outfitted to accommodate a condition that is considered a disability according to Brazilian law.

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  • The World Cup has started; it’s time to earn your shirt

    The World Cup has started; it’ s time to earn your shirt. ... The campaign encourages supporters to get up, get moving and earn their team’ s shirts to show their support during the Rugby World Cup.

  • #BleedForEngland and Become a Different Type of Hero

    Capitalising on the Rugby World Cup, NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) has launched a campaign calling on 100, 000 new volunteers to show their support for England by registering to become ... As I write this, it’ s been 2 weeks since the Rugby World

  • New agency launched

    The way that we work may not be everybody’ s cup of tea, but if you are looking for change … we may well be the answer.

  • England may be losers, but is your health a winner?

    We lost; we’ re out of the world cup. It’ s a predictable state of affairs for an English sports fan. ... While England’ s early world cup exit might benefit national health, disastrous effects on UK stock valuations were proposed.

  • Say Communications

    England is out of the 2015 rugby world cup, but is your health a winner?

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