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IBM teams up with Teva for global eHealth collaboration

IBM teams up with Teva for global eHealth collaboration

IBM teams up with Teva for global eHealth collaboration. Willalso partner with ICON on cancer trials project. ... This will be applied to breast, lung, colon and rectal cancer trials and aims to allow ICON to instantly tell trial sponsors how many

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  • Valeant and Shire said to be evaluating potential Salix bids Valeant and Shire said to be evaluating potential Salix bids

    Valeant Pharmaceuticals is in the final stages of acquiring Dendreon's cancer vaccine Provenge but is already lining up its next acquisition prospect, according to news reports. ... Nevertheless, in the latter half of last year Salix introduced three new

  • Close but no cigar

    It is now under consideration for the treatment of head and neck cancer in the EU. ... TNFerade has also shown potential in the treatment of rectal cancer, head and neck cancer, metastatic melanoma and oesophageal cancer.

  • Roche and Pfizer report growth

    Sales of the osteoporosis drug Bonviva, and the cancer therapy Avastin, which were up 41 per cent and 37 per cent respectively, contributed to the successful sales story to date. ... cancer). US revenue has decreased by 13 per cent. However, the

  • Contraceptive pill may protect against cancer

    In the main dataset women on the pill had statistically significant lower rates of large bowel/rectal, uterine body and ovarian cancer. ... The GP dataset also showed a reduced risk of uterine and ovarian cancer.

  • Feverish activity

    Erbitux (cetuximab), originally developed by ImClone Systems, and licensed to Bristol-Myers Squibb and Merck KGaA, was approved for the treatment of colo-rectal cancer in 2004 and is currently undergoing ... Treatment of advanced prostate cancer. EU.

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  • Patient Perspective: Rectal Cancer

    Patient Perspective: Rectal Cancer. Timothy Dunn is a 58-year-old business man and lives in London with his wife and two daughters. ... In 2015 he was diagnosed with rectal cancer. Timothy openly talks to us about the road to his diagnosis, the

  • Patient Perspective - Rectal Cancer - The Diagnosis

    Patient Perspective - Rectal Cancer - The Diagnosis. At Synergy Vision, we aim to make a difference to patients. ... In the third video in our patient perspective series we are talking about the diagnosis of rectal cancer.

  • Patient Perspective - Rectal Cancer - The Treatment

    Patient Perspective - Rectal Cancer - The Treatment. At Synergy Vision, we aim to make a difference to patients. ... In the fourth video in our patient perspective series we follow up with Tim about his treatment of rectal cancer.

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