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Chloroquine makes comeback to combat malaria

Malaria-drug monitoring over the past 30 years has shown that malaria parasites develop resistance to medicine, and the first signs of resistance to the newest drugs have just been observed.

Methadone reduces risk of HIV transmission in people who inject drugs, say experts

People who inject drugs can significantly reduce their risk of HIV infection with the use of opiate substitution treatments such as methadone, as suggested by an international team of researchers in a paper published on bmj.com.

Project & portfolio management in the pharmaceutical industry

Fleming Europe will be discussing new PPM strategies such as innovation and partnering, portfolio risk analyses, project prioritization, emerging markets and many more at a conference in Frankfurt, Germany from 15 – 16 November.

Pharmaceutical pricing, reimbursement and market access

Pharmaceutical pricing, reimbursement and market access systems differ significantly in the European countries and are nowadays subject of constant interest in the pharmaceutical sector. Fleming Europe brings to you its 8th Annual Pricing,...

New test to crack down on sporting drugs-cheat test

Scientists from three UK universities have developed a new test to catch drugs-cheats in sport.

Market Access Oncology Forum

Fleming Europe has organised its 2nd Annual MARKET ACCESS ONCOLOGY FORUM taking place from 16 – 17 October 2012 in Barcelona, Spain. 20 expert speakers from pharma companies will bring their valuable insights into the health care policy...

Pioneering research into rare neonatal diseases

Groundbreaking research into rare neonatal diseases, conducted by the University of Sheffield, is set to improve the treatment of babies who lack the stress hormone cortisol.

Too much vitamin D can be as unhealthy as too little

Scientists know that Vitamin D deficiency is not healthy. However, new research from the University of Copenhagen now indicates that too...

Roche reports positive study of RoACTEMRA given by subcutaneous injection

Roche has announced that the SUMMACTA study met its primary endpoint, showing comparable efficacy of the subcutaneous (SC) formulation of RoACTEMRA (tocilizumab, known as ACTEMRA outside Europe) 162mg weekly compared to 8 mg/kg RoACTEMRA...

Study reveals how ancient viruses became genomic ‘superspreaders’

Scientists have uncovered clues as to how our genomes became riddled with viruses. The study, supported by the Wellcome Trust, reveals important information about the so–called ‘dark matter’ of our genome.

Green-glowing fish provides new insights into health impacts of pollution

Understanding the damage that pollution causes to both wildlife and human health is set to become much easier thanks to a new green-glowing...

Thermo Fisher Scientific launches 11 mm twin-screw extruder for pharmaceutical research

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. has launched the Thermo Scientific Pharma 11, a new version of its parallel co-rating twin-screw extruder...

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