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Showing News Articles 1–25 of 442 from European Pharmaceutical Review

Friday 17th August 2018

Technique to identify charge distribution on biomolecules

A research team has identified a method to analyse biomolecules and their inhomogeneous charge distributions with carbon nanotube thin film transistors... The post Technique to identify charge distribution on biomolecules appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

Thursday 16th August 2018

Maternal pesticide levels linked to autism in children

The researchers found that the chance of having autism was higher in children whose mothers had elevated levels of DDE... The post Maternal pesticide levels linked to autism in children appeared first on European Ph

Wednesday 15th August 2018

Identifying mutations that give bacteria antibiotic resistance

Ribosomal RNA is one of the main targets of antibiotics, however mutations in the rRNA form resistance against the drug and is a well known route... The post Identifying mutations that give bacteria antibiotic resistance appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

Triple Pill lowers blood pressure more effectively

Patients were randomly assigned to be given ordinary care by their doctor, or the Triple Pill, a combination of three blood pressure drugs at lower doses... The post Triple Pill lowers blood pressure more effectively appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

Rotavirus vaccine cuts infant diarrhoea deaths in Malawi

"The key message of this paper is that to do the best by all our children and to help them survive, all countries should introduce rotavirus vaccination.” The post Rotavirus vaccine cuts infant diarrhoea deaths in Malawi appeared first on

Tuesday 14th August 2018

More than 40 percent of women with asthma may develop COPD

"Previous studies have found an alarming rise in ACOS in women in recent years and that the mortality rate from ACOS was higher in women," said Prof To... The post More than 40 percent of women with asthma may develop COPD appeared first on

Benzodiazepines associated with an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease

Current advice points to single or occasional use of the drug, and it is not recommended to be used for longer than four weeks... The post Benzodiazepines associated with an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

Monday 13th August 2018

AI uses patient data to administer less toxic treatments

The researchers found that doses were often missed, with some treatments being scheduled twice a year instead of monthly... The post AI uses patient data to administer less toxic treatments appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

Prostate cancer treatment reduced from 37 treatments to 5

A minimally invasive hydrogel technology was administered, and has previously shown to decrease treatment side effects... The post Prostate cancer treatment reduced from 37 treatments to 5 appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

Friday 10th August 2018

Leicester to support chronic lung disease sufferers globally

“We will work with health care professionals and patients to develop a form of rehabilitation that will be acceptable to all those involved." The post Leicester to support chronic lung disease sufferers globally appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

Thursday 9th August 2018

Successful kidney transplants from hepatitis C infected individuals

Transplantation followed by antiviral therapy cured hepatitis C in 100 percent of patients receiving kidneys from infected donors... The post Successful kidney transplants from hepatitis C infected individuals appeared first on

Wednesday 8th August 2018

Cardiac monitoring for high-risk breast cancer patients ‘should be prioritised’

Cardiac monitoring of high-risk breast cancer patients should be prioritised, after research revealed low rates of heart monitoring seen in the patients receiving trastuzumab. The post Cardiac

Sensitive blood tests diagnose heart attacks sooner than conventional methods

The ‘new’ test is one currently used in Europe, however the US Food and Drug Administration have recently given approval for the high-sensitivity troponin test... The post Sensitive blood tests diagnose heart attacks sooner than conventional methods appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

Stem cells to grow new immune system in Crohn’s disease patients

A phase III clinical trial looks to use a patients own stem cells to treat the debilitating disease... The post Stem cells to grow new immune system in Crohn’s disease patients appeared first on

Tuesday 7th August 2018

Nano-optic endoscope penetrates deep tissue at high resolution

The images captured by the nano-optic endoscope shows cellular structures in fruit flesh clearly, and tissue layers and fine glands in sheep... The post Nano-optic endoscope penetrates deep tissue at high resolution appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

Public trust in use of Big Data for health science ‘is vital’: researchers

Maintaining public confidence in the use of Big Data for health research is essential, according to international researchers. The post Public trust in use of Big Data for health science ‘is vital’: researchers appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

AdvantaPure® introduces new case studies on tubing, closures and molded assemblies

AdvantaPure has released three new case studies focused on fluid transfer challenges involving biopharm and pharmaceutical applications. Each Study Describes Processing Problems, Customer Goals, and Product Solutions... The post Adva

Aimovig approved by EU for migraine prevention

Researchers found that more than one quarter (26 per cent) of patients taking Aimovig 70mg were migraine free after month 15... The post Aimovig approved by EU for migraine prevention appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

Monday 6th August 2018

Impurity in valsartan leads to voluntary recall

Some drugs with active ingredient valsartan have been recalled due to presence of impurity NMDA... The post Impurity in valsartan leads to voluntary recall appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

Senescent cells targeted with new nanocarrier drug delivery system

Senescent, or zombie cells, are being targeted with the development of a new nanocarrier drug delivery system. The post Senescent cells targeted with new nanocarrier drug delivery system appeared first on

Epigenetic qPCR tool detects disease in newborns

The alternative method uses epigenetic quantitative real-time PCR (qPCR) assays and successfully detects a larger number of PIDs... The post Epigenetic qPCR tool detects disease in newborns appeared first o

Friday 3rd August 2018

FDA approves new treatment for rare adrenal gland tumours

“Patients will now have an approved therapy that has been shown to decrease the need for blood pressure medication and reduce tumour size in some patients.” The post FDA approves new treatment for rare adrenal gland tumours appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

Pushing doctors to prescribe cholesterol-lowering statins triples prescription rate

Researchers suggest embedding these ‘nudges’ into the electronic healthcare records to fit within the workflow of a doctor... The post Pushing doctors to prescribe cholesterol-lowering statins triples prescription rate appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Revi

Thursday 2nd August 2018

Stroke imaging technology could reduce potential for brain damage

The researchers suggest that stroke patients may be able to avoid CT scans or the emergency department, and go directly the angiosuite... The post Stroke imaging technology could reduce potential for brain damage appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

‘Perfect’ polymer pill proves it can deliver

The crystal structure was found to have a half-life of 24 hours and could last in the bloodstream for more than 96 hours... The post ‘Perfect’ polymer pill proves it can deliver appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.


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