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US regulators have approved Seattle Genetics’ Adcetris in combination with chemotherapy for adult patients with previously untreated Stage III or IV classical Hodgkin lymphoma.
Swiss drug giant Novartis has announced the launch of two new joint working projects with national Cancer Vanguard sites, which aim to determine novel ways of boosting patient care pathways and access to services.
Alzheimer’s Research UK is calling on the NHS and the pharma industry to join its new taskforce to ensure people with dementia can access future treatments without unnecessary delay.
New research shows that more than three million primary care hours are spent on skin conditions, at a cost to the NHS of £723 million each year.
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) has launched a new set of national standards for public involvement in clinical research for use by organisations across the UK.
Cost regulators for NHS therapies in England and Wales have published draft guidelines rejecting funding for Dompé’s cenegermin as a treatment for neurotrophic keratitis, a rare eye condition.
Sanofi has unveiled real-world data from the UK showing the efficacy of its long-acting basal insulin analogue Toujeo in treating patients in type I diabetes.
Napp Pharmaceuticals has secured itself exclusive UK distribution rights to Celltrion Healthcare’s Herceptin biosimilar Herzuma.
MPs are calling on the NHS England and Vertex to come to an agreement over the price of cystic fibrosis drug Orkambi.
NHS hospital performance against the four-hour A&E target stood at just 74.96 percent, well under the 95 percent target, for the week ending March 11th, show the most recent data from the Royal College of Emergency Medicine’s Winter Flow Project.
Coeliac UK has launched a new research fund and fundraising appeal that aims to raise £5 million to improve understanding and management of coeliac disease and gluten related autoimmune conditions.
Lundbeck has announced plans to buy Prexton Therapeutics in a deal valued at up to 905 million euros.
US regulators have cleared CSL Behring’s Hizentra for the treatment of chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP), a rare autoimmune disorder affecting the peripheral nerves that can cause permanent nerve damage.
Clinical researchers in the Americas have submitted their essays for this year's competition and yesterday, the authors and finalists were revealed at a meeting of the executive steering group.
The number of medicines prescribed on the NHS in England increased in 2017 but their net ingredient cost took a downturn, according to data released by NHS Digital.
PharmaTimes Clinical Researcher of the Year – one of the most important dates in the clinical research calendar - will take place on 17 May at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel in the heart of London’s Kensington.
UK biotech Amryt has secured itself access to a novel gene therapy platform that could give rise to a new treatment option for patients with Epidermolysis bullosa (EB), a group of rare inherited skin disorders that cause the skin to become very fragile.
Alexion is gearing up to file its experimental therapy for paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria (PNH) with regulators on both sides of the Altantic following the success of a late-stage clinical trial.
MSD’s Keytruda is the first and only immunotherapy to be recommended for NHS use to treat urothelial carcinoma patients, when prior platinum-containing chemotherapy fails.
Researchers are calling for a government investigation into the “substantial increase” in mortality seen in early 2018 in England and Wales.
More women in England and Wales are to be offered a test to better determine the causes of heavy menstrual bleeding, on updated guidelines from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence.
According to NHS England more than half of patients routinely attending sessions offered as part of its diabetes prevention programme have achieved weight losss equivalent to nearly 15 double cheeseburgers.
BenevolentAI has teamed up with Action Against AMD* to find treatments and a potential cure for age-related macular degeneration, the leading cause of blindness in the UK.