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Tuesday 9th July 2019

CSI Laboratories Announces Equity Stake Acquisition by Synergy Capital Investments

Equity Investment Denotes Strong Profitability and Continued Growth CSI Laboratories (CSI) and Synergy Capital Investments (Synergy) today announced the transition of a convertible note to equity stake in CSI, a state of the art, specialized cancer diagnostic center. “The security purchase agreement, originally issued in 2017, supported a significant transformation around revenue cycle, sale...

Pregnancy Outcomes Greatly Improved in Lupus Patients

A new study published July 8 in the Annals of Internal Medicine demonstrates that pregnancy outcomes in the last two decades have drastically improved for patients with systemic lupus erythematosus.

According to a New Survey by The Senior Citizens League, One-Third of Adults Over 65 Have Not Received Dental Care in More Than Two Years

One-out- of three adults covered by Medicare are not getting regular dental care, according to a new survey by The Seniors Citizens League (TSCL). Advancing age puts many retirees at risk of oral health problems. The Senior Citizens League strongly supports legislation in both the House and the Senate that would address this issue. WASHINGTON (PRWEB) July 09, 2019 One-out- of three adults covered...

Metavant and Poxel Announce Positive Topline Safety and PK/PD Results of Imeglimin in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes and Chronic Kidney Disease Stages 3b/4

Trial met its primary objective with imeglimin observed to have a favorable safety and tolerability profile in patients with type 2 diabetes and chronic kidney disease stages 3b/4 Pharmacokinetics (PK) and pharmacodynamics (PD) data are consistent with previous Poxel data Metavant aims to initiate a Phase 3 program in patients with type 2 diabetes and chronic kidney disease (CKD) stages 3b/4...

AI in Healthcare: Enhancing Risk Models to Predict the Future Cost of Care

Traditionally, providers and health systems have relied on claims-based risk models, such as the CMS-HCC, ACG, and DxCG, which were built to forecast the risk of populations, but not at an individual level. While these models give a fairly good estimation of the risk of the population, they exhibit unsatisfactory estimation if used to predict ... Read More

Monday 8th July 2019

Survival distributions in R

My former colleague Devin Incerti has a nice summary of how to implement survival function estimation in R. Not only does he mathematically describe the probability density function (PDF), cumulative density function (CDF), and hazard rates for 8 commonly used parametric survival curves [see table below], he also describes how to implement these using the…

Extended Half-Life Prophylaxis Improves Quality of Life in Hemophilia Patients, Study Shows

The introduction of EHLs allowed hemophilia patients to live a life beyond their disease, with improved quality of life, the study showed.

Improved model could help scientists better predict crop yield, climate change effects

(Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) A new computer model incorporates how microscopic pores on leaves may open in response to light -- an advance that could help scientists create virtual plants to predict how higher temperatures and rising levels of carbon dioxide will affect food crops.

BioDelivery Sciences Announces Further Improved Insurance Coverage for BELBUCA®

Regional Commercial Plans Improved Access for More Than 6 Million Lives During 2Q More Than 90% of Commercial Lives Now Have Access to BELBUCA in the U.S. RALEIGH, N.C., July 09, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- BioDelivery Sciences International, Inc. (NASDAQ: BDSI), a specialty pharmaceutical company dedicated to patients living with chronic conditions, today announced that several regional health...

Pathways to a low-carbon China

Fulfilling the ultimate goal of the 2015 Paris

.@alexwitze reviews seven books commemorating the 50th anniversary of the lunar landing that attempt to bring new insight into the Apollo project. #Apollo50 

. @alexwitze reviews seven books commemorating the 50th anniversary of the lunar landing that attempt to bring new insight into the Apollo project. #Apollo50 

Israel’s Sheba Medical Center, Tel HaShomer Publishes Two Studies that Provide New Hope for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Sheba Medical Center, Tel HaShomer, the largest and most comprehensive hospital in the Middle East, has discovered the treatment combination of donepezil hydrochloride and choline successfully improved receptive language skills in children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder, with a more successful outcome in the younger children. Meanwhile, the same research group at Sheba released anot...

Mental Health Issues Afflict Kids With Serious Illnesses

(MedPage Today) -- Researchers call for improved screening for vulnerable population

Court rules in favor of DuPont in Novozymes’ Entitlement Litigation

Danish Court confirms DuPont’s ownership of two amylase patent applications WILMINGTON, Del. (PRWEB) July 08, 2019 On June 27, 2019, the Danish Maritime and Commercial Court ruled in favor of Danisco’s ownership of the innovation behind two Danisco amylase patent applications (EP2859097 and EP2825643). The court reasoned that Novozymes’ legal argument that an entitlement action could be bas...

Consider Corn Challenge Winners Focus on Improving Existing Products in the Marketplace with Corn Based Next Generation Renewable Materials

Pharmaceuticals, mechanical belts and personal care items were just a few of the products highlighted in the winner submissions to NCGA's Consider Corn Challenge II that would benefit from using corn-based materials. DES MOINES, Iowa (PRWEB) July 08, 2019 Today, at the BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology and AgTech in Des Moines, Iowa, the National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) a...

OncoSenX Raises $3 Million to Advance New Class of Cancer Therapeutics

-- Preclinical studies of company’s novel non-viral gene therapy for solid tumors show potential for improved tolerability and precision targeting OncoSenX, Inc., a late preclinical-stage company developing therapeutics to kill cancer cells based on their genetics, today announced it has raised $3 million in pre-seed funding to advance its pipeline. “These funds will allow us to accelerate...

Savonix Announces Publication in Cognition, Brain, Behavior

Savonix, a global leader in digital tests for cognitive health, announced today that the company has published a research paper in the peer-reviewed medical journal Cognition, Brain, Behavior. The article, titled: “

Opinion: Biotech seeds would help smallholder farmers

Allowing agricultural technologies to be accessed by smallholder farmers would provide them improved seeds at a lower cost.  -More- 

Sunday 7th July 2019

Live fast and die young, or play the long game? Scientists map 121 animal life cycles

(Trinity College Dublin) Scientists have pinpointed the 'pace' and 'shape' of life as the two key elements in animal life cycles that affect how different species get by in the world. The findings have important implications for predicting which species will be the winners and losers from the global environment crisis.

Study shows potential for reduced methane from cows

(University of Adelaide) An international team of scientists has shown it is possible to breed cattle to reduce their methane emissions. The researchers showed that the genetics of an individual cow strongly influenced the make-up of the microorganisms in its rumen (the first stomach in the digestive system of ruminant animals which include cattle and sheep).

Breaching a 'carbon threshold' could lead to mass extinction

(Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Carbon dioxide emissions may trigger a reflex in the carbon cycle, with devastating consequences, study finds.

Lead pollution in Arctic ice shows economic impact of wars and plagues for past 1,500 years

(Desert Research Institute) A research team led by the Desert Research Institute used 13 ice cores from Greenland and the Russian Arctic to measure, date, and analyze lead emissions captured in ice from 500 to 2010 CE. They found that increases in lead concentration in the ice cores track closely with periods of expansion in Europe, the advent of new technologies, and economic prosperity. Decrease...

June’s top news stories

AstraZeneca reports positive results from CASPIAN trial of Imfinzi AstraZeneca’s human monoclonal antibody Imfinzi (durvalumab) improved overall survival in the...Read More... The post June’s top news stories appeared first on Drug Development Technology.

Daily briefing: Trees could sink two-thirds of human carbon emissions

Saturday 6th July 2019

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