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Healthcare prevention plan worthy, but funding an issue

Healthcare prevention plan worthy, but funding an issue

example bosses should do more to encourage their workers to stay healthy, local government should help encourage walking and cycling, and schools working more closely with mental health services to help

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  • Merck pays Vertex $230m upfront for cancer programmes Merck pays Vertex $230m upfront for cancer programmes

    cell cycling in order to allow time for repair.

  • Fair to medalling Fair to medalling

    It's the business equivalent of track cycling's omnium - but with clearer rules - where knowing your track position is essential. ... Perhaps it's time for pharma to draw inspiration from British Cycling and focus on delivering marginal gains in its

  • Otsuka joins its Japanese peers on Twitter Otsuka joins its Japanese peers on Twitter

    Astellas also makes wide use of the social media platform, with accounts that include its US corporate operations, a publications-based account and one for the cycling team it sponsors.

  • Team Novo Nordisk to compete in The Tour of Britain Team Novo Nordisk to compete in The Tour of Britain

    The world's first all-diabetic professional cycling team will compete in The Tour of Britain from September 7, 2014. ... Southerland himself was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at just seven months old and began cycling at the age of 12.

  • GSMA cycling tour to raise awareness of mHealth in diabetes GSMA cycling tour to raise awareness of mHealth in diabetes

    GSMA cycling tour to raise awareness of mHealth in diabetes. Cycling challenge to showcase the power of mobile health solutions. ... Cycling legend Eddy Merckx launched the GSMA mHealth Grand Tour last week, waving off seven teams of volunteer cyclists

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  • Asthma: beyond the blue and the brown Asthma: beyond the blue and the brown

    Earlier this year, a PhD student who had just started at Imperial College London wrote an article in The Guardian in which she described how moving to London and cycling to

  • Interview: Phil Southerland, Team Novo Nordisk Interview: Phil Southerland, Team Novo Nordisk

    Interview: Phil Southerland, Team Novo Nordisk. The man behind the world's first all-diabetes cycling team. ... What was the motivation to create an all-diabetes cycling team? I've had diabetes since I was seven months old.

  • What can pharma learn from Olympic sports coverage? What can pharma learn from Olympic sports coverage?

    Cycling is an even more interesting story - it is not just a sport; it's a strategy for Sky. ... The strap line “ inspiration to participation” is being used to demonstrate its commitment to the professional and amateur side of cycling.

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