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Wednesday 20th March 2019

[Perspectives] Nandita Venkatesan: a voice of hope for tuberculosis survivors

“If you don't listen to someone's first-hand suffering you're not going to know how it feels to suffer all this pain”, says Nandita Venkatesan. She is adamant “it's high time” governments listen and take into account the views of people affected by tuberculosis. As a tuberculosis survivor, Venkatesan, a journalist and a patients' rights advocate, speaks with passion about the pain, the sti...

Stryve Biltong Appoints Jaxie Alt as First Chief Marketing Officer

Accomplished CPG Marketing Executive Joins as Leading Biltong Brand Enters Rapid Growth Phase Stryve Biltong, the leader in biltong snacks, announced today the appointment of its first Chief Marketing Officer, Jaxie Alt. Stryve Biltong is on a rapid growth trajectory in the meat snacks category and recently secured a series B investment in March...

Genentech’s Lieu Jumps to NGM Bio for Chief Medical Officer Post

Hsiao Lieu has been appointed senior vice president and chief medical officer of NGM Biopharmaceuticals. Lieu is joining South San Francisco, CA-based NGM from Genentech, where he was vice president of early clinical development. NGM has a five-year research partnership with Merck (NYSE: MRK), which recently exercised its option to acquire rights to an experimental NGM […]

How One Startup Plans To Win Primary Care Battle In China

Millions of people lack access to quality healthcare services and products in China, but now one company has raised millions...   

Zealand Pharma and Alexion work on treatments for complement-mediated diseases

Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc. licensed exclusive global rights to develop and sell up to four peptide therapeutics for complem...

Laboratoires Thea gets certain rights to OliX's preclinical AMD candidate

OliX Pharmaceuticals Inc. licensed Laboratoires Thea SAS rights to develop and commercialize OLX301A in Europe, the Middle Ea...

Mental Health Issues Increasingly Seen in Young Americans (CME/CE)

(MedPage Today) -- Rising psychological distress, depression, and suicidal thoughts in this group may be partly due to digital media, study suggests

Asia Deal Watch: Zogenix Partners Japanese Rights To Pediatric Epilepsy Therapy To Nippon Shinyaku

Nippon Shinyaku obtains rights to sell Dravet and Lennox-Gastaut syndrome drug Fintepla in its home market. Sun Pharma increases its...   

Inovia Vein Specialty Centers Partners with Leading Vascular Surgeon in Northwest Portland

Inovia Vein Specialty Centers (Inovia Vein) has added Alexander D. Nicoloff, MD of Portland to its group of physicians exclusively treating venous disease in Oregon. Dr. Nicoloff will lead Inovia’s newest clinic, located in Northwest Portland. Leg problems related to venous insufficiency, varicose veins, and complications from blood clott...

Not 'Burnout,' Not Moral Injury--Human Rights Violations

While some say that physicians are suffering from burnout or moral injury, Dr Pamela Wible says it's a different phenomenon, and one that needs to change.

Anthem Blue Cross Joins AI for Health Affiliation Program as Initial Founding Member

Collaboration is Focused on Researching and Developing AI Technologies to Address Critical Issues in Healthcare Anthem Blue Cross announced today that they are joining the AI for Health Affiliation program as the initial Founding Member. Artificial Intelligence for Health (AIHealth) is a corporate affiliates program within the Stanford Department of Co...

STAT Plus: Pharmalittle: Pfizer pays $636 million for rights to gene therapies; Novartis denies bribing Greek officials

Johnson & Johnson will discontinue use of a forced swim test for antidepressant research, after pressure from the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals. Reminds Workers to Protect Their Eyes on The Job

Eye Safety Advice for National Workplace Eye Wellness Month Every day, about 2,000 U.S. workers experience a job-related eye injury, one-third requiring care in an emergency room, and many causing temporary or permanent vision loss. To honor March as Workplace Eye Wellness Month, an initiative aimed to raise awareness about eye protection on the job,

‘Asian’ isn’t specific enough for health data, research suggests

Walk, Dance, Clean: Even a Little Activity Helps You Live Longer

WEDNESDAY, March 20, 2019 -- Want a reason to get out of your comfy armchair? Even low levels of regular physical activity -- brisk walking, dancing or gardening -- can reduce your risk of premature death, a new study finds. Americans who got in...

Is Medical Pot a Blessing for Seniors?

WEDNESDAY, March 20, 2019 -- Legalized medical pot may be a boon to older Americans, boosting their health and ability to work, a new study finds. "Research [on medical marijuana] has largely ignored older adults even though they experience the...

Alliance for Food and Farming: Studies Show “Dirty Dozen” Recommendations Unsupportable, Verify Produce Safety

Since 1995, an activist group has released a so-called “dirty dozen” produce list. However, peer reviewed studies show this list’s recommendations are not scientifically supportable while other studies show it may

Alexion and Zealand Pharma Announce Collaboration to Discover and Develop Peptide Therapies for Complement-Mediated Diseases

- Collaboration furthers Alexion’s complement leadership with expansion into peptide therapies - - Agreement provides Alexion with exclusive worldwide licenses for one preclinical target, with option for up to three additional targets, in the complement pathway - - Zealand Pharma to receive upfront payment of $25 million and equity ...

Heart Risks Vary Among Asian-Americans

WEDNESDAY, March 20, 2019 -- Not all Asian-Americans are equally susceptible to the deadly damage of heart disease and stroke, new research suggests. The risk of premature death is highest among Asian Indian, Filipino and Vietnamese subgroups, the...

This Company Wants To Clean Up America's Drinking Water With Its Sleek Design

Investigations indicate that up to 63 million Americans have been exposed to unsafe drinking water. “Everyone knows about Flint, Michigan, but there are schools everywhere finding lead in water. It’s not just a Michigan problem. Our infrastructure is old and aging,” says Tara Lundy of LifeStraw.

More Than the Bottom Line: Business for Peace Announces the 2019 Award Winners Celebrated for Delivering Opportunities for Women, Minorities and Diverse and Disadvantaged Groups

The Oslo Business for Peace Award is given to inspiring business leaders who have put society first. 2019’s winners are: Dr Agbor Ashumanyi Ako, medical director of GiftedMom, Alice Laugher, CEO of Committed to Good and Hamdi Ulukaya, founder and CEO of Chobani. These three are at the helm of companie...

Amphera Gears Up To Evaluate Dendritic Cells For Pleural Mesothelioma

Dutch biotech Amphera has progressed into late-stage clinical studies with dendritic cells activated with an allogeneic lysate of tumor cell...   

I-Mab Biopharma and MorphoSys Announce Initiation of Pivotal Phase 2 Study of TJ202/MOR202 for Multiple Myeloma

SHANGHAI, March 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- I-Mab Biopharma (I-Mab), a China-based clinical stage biopharmaceutical company exclusively focused on the development of innovative biologics in immuno-oncology and autoimmune diseases, and German biopharma company MorphoSys AG (FSE: MOR; Prime Standard Segment, MDAX & TecDAX; NASDAQ: MOR), today announced that the first pat...

Tuesday 19th March 2019

Dong-A Vows Legal Steps As Korea Imposes Heavy Penalties Over Rebates

Korea temporarily suspends reimbursement of drugs involved in Dong-A ST’s alleged illegal rebate payments to doctors, raising concerns from the...   

US indoor climate most similar to northeast African outdoors

(North Carolina State University) Americans are most comfortable when their indoor climate is like the northeast African outdoors -- warm and relatively dry.

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