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Germany backs use of AZ/Oxford COVID-19 vaccine in over-65s

Germany backs use of AZ/Oxford COVID-19 vaccine in over-65s

weeks. This recommendation was based on a study that showed that extending the time between doses improves the efficacy of the vaccine. ... The data, published in a preprint with The Lancet, reported that ‘vaccine efficacy was higher, after the second

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    Boulding joins with more than 25 years of experience in the pharma industry, having worked in sales and marketing prior to moving into senior client roles in healthcare advertising agencies. . ... Pound, too, has significant medical communications and

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    His experience prior to Pollen includes the role of managing director for Cohn &Wolfe's healthcare business and senior business director at Ogilvy Healthworld. ... He also has experience at publishing firms The Lancet and Medpress.

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  • Addressing Climate Impact: The Healthcare Paradox Addressing Climate Impact: The Healthcare Paradox

    Observable effects of climate change are already being felt – for example, the Lancet’s 2019 report on the infection rates of dengue fever (expressed as vectorial capacity for transmissions) showed that ... In 2015 the global pharmaceutical industry

  • Fake News is Bad for your Health

    Trust in vaccines fell as a result of emotional contagion, triggered by the 1998 publication of Andrew Wakefield's paper in the Lancet linking the MMR vaccine with autism and bowel ... But the majority of the public don't even read the mainstream media.

  • World Diabetes Day: Interaction and impact of diabetes on mental health

    16.    Snoek, F.J., Bremmer, M.A. and Hermanns, N., 2015. Constructs of depression and distress in diabetes: time for an appraisal. The Lancet Diabetes &Endocrinology,  3(6), pp.450-460. ... 22.    Diabetes UK (2017) The Future of Diabetes

  • Focus on multiple myeloma treatment: Witnessing a transformation

    opening of a recent editorial in the Lancet on multiple myeloma. ... This meant significant cost in terms of toxicity, and marginal impact on the overall survival of patients. .

  • Exploring MINT: Part 4 - Turkey

    Public sector healthcare reforms. Turkey’s implementation of universal healthcare coverage has received considerable global acclaim. Notably in 2013, an article was published in the Lancet hailing the success of the ... The government has actively

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