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Orphan drugs from Biogen and Amicus win UK Prix Galien

Orphan drugs from Biogen and Amicus win UK Prix Galien

He commented on Galafold: “For the 855 patients in the UK, Fabry disease will cut their life expectancy by 15-20 years. ... Rawlins. “The 2018 Awards yet again confirmed the depth and diversity of innovation in UK life sciences.

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  • The true potential of mobile health tech The true potential of mobile health tech

    So, if life expectancy and health behaviour are directly correlated,. it should follow that if we can create an environment where people are more active within their health,. ... we can influence their health-related quality of life at a population level.

  • Is AI changing the future of healthcare? Is AI changing the future of healthcare?

    Life expectancy around the globe continues to rise and so the need for new treatments and a greater understanding of what’s happening in our societies health-wise is at an ... For example, an AI programme named Woebot has been created to act like an

  • The real-world data conundrum The real-world data conundrum

    This change is affecting all stakeholders. From a drug development perspective, a new data science is driving a paradigm shift in the product life cycle. ... Is this realistic? Or rather, is this within our grasp? The high levels of innovation understood

  • A healthy challenge A healthy challenge

    There are further stark gaps in life expectancy between the least and most educated, and the poorest and richest, says the report. ... On average across EU countries, the life expectancy of people with the lowest level of education is seven years shorter

  • Should we be concerned about medical progress? Should we be concerned about medical progress?

    We are considering an innovation that is raising life expectancy at age 50 by about one year and induces about $20, 000 in additional healthcare expenditure over a representative individual's ... Finally, mortality-reducing medical innovations tend to

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