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CGRP migraine drugs need prior approval for use, recommends ICER

CGRP migraine drugs need prior approval for use, recommends ICER

and potential harms”of these new drugs, noting that the FDA has requested additional research into liver toxicity and risks for heart attack and stroke after exposure to erenumab, and into

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  • Insights from Cannes Lions Health Festival 2018 Insights from Cannes Lions Health Festival 2018

    sea. He describes the impact – the pain, the chaos and the suffering – and we experience the attack with him through Jaws-style shots. ... The film ends with a big reveal: this wasn’t a shark attack, but a heart attack.

  • Proving real-world value Proving real-world value

    Insights reach R&D that ordinarily take years; beta-blockers, for example, found expanded use to control hypertension only after retrospective analysis of four decades of use in heart attack patients.”.

  • Why health psychology is the answer to tackling adherence Why health psychology is the answer to tackling adherence

    Therapy (OAP), a treatment that has been shown to reduce the risk of death or non-fatal heart attack.

  • Transforming times at AstraZeneca Transforming times at AstraZeneca

    She gives the example of a drug to prevent a second heart attack that has a positive NICE recommendation, can save people's lives and reduce further hospital costs. “ ... After a heart attack people tend to leave the hospital thinking the event is over.

  • The rise of chronic disease in BRIC markets The rise of chronic disease in BRIC markets

    Cardiovascular diseases – such as heart attack, stroke, DVT and atrial fibrillation – also present a major problem in Russia, with 46 per cent of self-reported sufferers (39 per cent being diagnosed). ... Analysts predict that ischaemic heart disease

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    heart attack to a shark attack out at sea. ... The impactful film is designed to urge cardiologists to keep treating heart attack victims to reduce the risk of often fatal second heart attacks.

  • Health knowledge: Why is it so important?

    Smokers know the dangers but smoke anyway, and inactive people know moving more would result in better overall health and less chance of developing a heart condition, but continue to prefer ... We are also more likely to change behaviour in response to

  • Understanding the "Big Picture"

    In this case, of the male patients with ACS, 27% experienced angina and 73% experienced a heart attack. ... This quickly demonstrates that the majority of male patients who experience a heart attack will be found within the non ST-elevated heart attack

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