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Regulatory bodies continue to investigate AZ/Oxford vaccine’s possible link to blood clots

Regulatory bodies continue to investigate AZ/Oxford vaccine’s possible link to blood clots

European regulators are due to report their findings later today. As UK regulatory bodies, along with the World Health Organization (WHO), continue to assess the data concerning a potential link between

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  • Henry Skinner has been appointed as the first CEO of the AMR Action Fund Henry Skinner has been appointed as the first CEO of the AMR Action Fund

    It was developed by the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations (IFPMA) and its member biopharmaceutical companies, in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO), the European Investment Bank and

  • New hires at EMA, Gilead and BeiGene New hires at EMA, Gilead and BeiGene

    Cooke is currently the director of the regulation and prequalification department at the World Health Organization (WHO), a position she has held since November 2016. ... In this role she leads WHO’s global work on health technologies regulation,

  • Dr Engelbert Tjeenk Willink joins Allecra Therapeutics Dr Engelbert Tjeenk Willink joins Allecra Therapeutics

    He said: “Allecra is working directly on Gram-negative resistant infections in the hospital, an area of urgent unmet medical need recently highlighted by both the World Health Organization (WHO) and

  • EMA’s head of international affairs steps down EMA’s head of international affairs steps down

    She has served as head of international affairs since 2013, and is leaving the agency to pursue a new role at the World Health Organization ( WHO). ... From mid-November, Cooke will take up the head of regulation of medicines and other health

  • Sue Neilen moves to Virgo Health from Langland Sue Neilen moves to Virgo Health from Langland

    She becomes head of communications. Richmond-based Virgo Health has appointed Sue Neilen as head of communications. ... communications. Prior to this Neilen was a copywriter for Saatchi &Saatchi in Geneva, Switzerland, working with clients including Merck

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  • Is communication killing the COVID-19 vaccine’s chance at success?

    Any vaccine was always going to be a contentious subject. Just last year, the World Health Organization named ‘vaccine hesitancy’ as one of the top 10 threats to global health. ... As the pillars of many communities across the world, surely there is

  • Blog - Vaccine Hesitant? It’s About What You Know and Who You Trust Blog - Vaccine Hesitant? It’s About What You Know and Who You Trust

    greatest health threats of 2019 by the World Health Organization, “vaccine hesitancy”was cited as a causal factor in the measles outbreaks. ... of 14/02/21), what the real-world experience is telling us about side effects.

  • What does the COVID-19 vaccine mean for the future of R&D? What does the COVID-19 vaccine mean for the future of R&D?

    science can achieve when the world’s resources and time are focused on achieving one thing. ... The Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovation (CEPI), for example, has been supporting the development of vaccines against five emerging pathogens

  • Is the world ready for a COVID-19 vaccine? Is the world ready for a COVID-19 vaccine?

    By Shannon Lacombe, Hanover Health. At the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO), dramatically told a G20 Leaders’ Summit that ... need them to be deployed

  • The impact of COVID-19 on cancer care

    A World Health Organization (WHO) survey of 155 countries in the height of the pandemic reported disrupted services worldwide, ranging from the treatment of cardiovascular emergencies, to rehabilitation programmes and the ... Over the course of the

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