Alliance to drive self-sufficiency in blood plasma fractionation

Companies to help countries develop their own manufacturing capabilities for blood plasma products, reducing reliance on imports

Medical power supplies meet latest approvals

All possible configurations carry full safety agency approvals and are CE marked

Molecular diagnostic controls for chlamydia and gonorrhea assays

SeraCare introduces controls optimised for popular nucleic acid testing platforms

3D imagery to improve visualisation of liver cancer

Tumours can be highlighted so that surgeons can plan extraction operations more effectively

Routine iron fortification of infant formula linked to poor development

Long-term international study lead by University of Michigan shows need for defining optimal amount of iron in infant formula

What? 35 million Brits can’t properly hear what’s being said on TV

The first study says 71 per cent of UK adults cannot always hear clearly what is being said

Vector network analysers for breast cancer screening research

Rohde and Schwarz has supplied high speed vector network analysers to Bristol University spin-out Micrima for the clinical trials

Switching drugs improves breast cancer patient survival rates

Trial examined the long-term effectiveness of switching to exemestane after two to three years of tamoxifen

Phase II proof of concept study for novel cardioprotective compound

European study being performed as part of Trophos-led, EU funded MitoCare project

Configurable power supplies meet latest medical approvals

Up to 1450 watt, 1U multi-output plug-and-play power supplies for industrial, IT and now medical applications

cGMP-grade hyaluronic acid

Q7 cGMP regulatory compliant ingredient with superior performance benefits

Rowing team unveils its secret weapon

Siemens’ RAPIDPoint 350 Blood Gas Analyser used to gain valuable athletic performance data

Future growth areas for drug delivery device industry

Report identifies opportunities and threats faced as markets change radically over the next 10 years

An SOS from a damaged heart

Researchers find EKG anomalies that warn whose heart attacks could be fatal

Roads pave the way for the spread of superbugs

They play a major role in the spread or containment of antibiotic resistant bacteria, study suggests

Women smokers face tougher odds than men after heart attack

Study shows women who smoke suffer worse outcomes after heart attack, experience heart attacks earlier

Long-acting insulins poised to grab large share of the market

Launch of new classes of oral anti-diabetic drugs by 2014 will uplift prospects for the European Diabetes Therapeutics Market

UK-discovered prostate cancer drug launched in Britain

Treatment for prostate cancer works by blocking synthesis of testosterone in all tissues including the tumour itself

Soy protein reduced progression of clogged arteries in women within five years of menopause

Study was the largest and longest randomised controlled human study conducted to-date

IVF proven 'unnecessary for many infertile couples'

DuoFertility study demonstrates a viable non-invasive, drug-free alternative to IVF




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