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Wednesday 20th March 2019

Merck KGaA, Pfizer discontinue phase III JAVELIN ovarian PARP 100 trial

The alliance has notified health authorities and trial investigators of the decision to discontinue the trial. The decision was based on several emerging factors since the trial’s initiation, The post Merck KGaA, Pfizer discontinue phase III JAVELIN ovarian PARP 100 trial appeared first on Pharmaceutical Business review.


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...

ALCOOLODÉPENDANCE : Bientôt une thérapie génique ?

  En modifiant les niveaux de la protéine GPR39 -codée par un seul gène- cette équipe de l’Oregon Health & Science University montre que le ciblage de ce gène peut réduire considérablement la consommation d’alcool, ici chez la souris. Une nouvelle cible donc, documentée dans la revue Neuropsychopharmacology, qui semble promettre la mise au point […]


Mark Gonitzke, RPh, MBA, Former FDA Regulatory Reviewer, Office of Generic Drugs, Joins NDA Partners as Expert Consultant

NDA Partners Chairman Carl Peck, MD, announced today that Mark Gonitzke, RPh, MBA, a Registered Pharmacist with extensive experience in the development of generic drugs and drug/device combination products at FDA in the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER), has joined the firm as an Expert Consultant. ROCHELLE, Va. (PRWEB) March 20, 2019 NDA Partners Chairman Carl Peck, MD, announced to...

Synteract’s Continued Growth as a Leading CRO Results in Plans to Open Additional Office in Swansea, Wales

CRO now recruiting for biostats, data management and other positions Representatives from Synteract, an innovative CRO partnering with biotech and pharma companies to bring new medicines to market, will visit

World Health Organization panel weighs in on CRISPR-babies debate

Roto-Gro receives Health Canada approval for dealer licence conversion

The dealer licence which was previously under the narcotic control regulations of the controlled drugs and substances act, has now been changed to the recently enacted cannabis act and cannabis regulations.

Tuesday 19th March 2019

[Personal View] Challenges and opportunities for the management of infectious diseases in Europes' prisons: evidence-based guidance

People in prison have multiple complex health and social care needs. These are likely to be the result of a combination of overlapping, and sometimes interlinked, risk factors for infection, ill-health, and incarceration, such as problem drug use. Incarceration can represent a unique opportunity to make high-quality health care available to people in prison and to target socially deprived groups w...

Opinion: “Global warming is the biggest public health threat of the 21st century and is going to change life on earth as we know it. It is an essential part of any 21st century medical school curriculum" https://buff.ly/2FmqKqd 

Opinion: “Global warming is the biggest public health threat of the 21st century and is going to change life on earth as we know it. It is an essential part of any 21st century medical school curriculum" https://buff.ly/2FmqKqd 

Extremism is not a mental illness

Shaun Robinson, Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand Following Friday’s appalling terrorist attack, the Mental Health Foundation has been disappointed but unsurprised to see some people speculating the terrorist must have been mentally ill. We understand why it’s comforting to think this. We all want to think the terrorist is an outlier, an outsider, different […]

[Perspectives] Christine Sekaggya-Wiltshire: prizewinner in HIV–tuberculosis research

If Christine Sekaggya-Wiltshire, a clinical scientist who leads the tuberculosis and HIV clinic at the Infectious Diseases Institute (IDI) at Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda, were asked to define her research, she could surely do no better than quote one of her mentors, Yukari Manabe: “Christine is doing things that are locally relevant to Uganda, but also have international significance”...

Daily use of high potency marijuana linked to higher rates of psychosis, study finds – NBCNews.com

Daily use of high potency marijuana linked to higher rates of psychosis, study finds NBCNews.comHigh-strength cannabis increases risk of mental health problems The GuardianPowerful 'skunk' cannabis raises psychosis risk five-fold, study reveals Daily MailSuper-strength cannabis blamed for sending rates of psychosis in London to highest level in major European study The IndependentDaily or high...

High-strength cannabis increases risk of mental health problems – The Guardian

High-strength cannabis increases risk of mental health problems The GuardianPowerful 'skunk' cannabis raises psychosis risk five-fold, study reveals Daily MailSuper-strength cannabis blamed for sending rates of psychosis in London to highest level in major European study The IndependentDaily or high-potency cannabis increases risk of psychotic disorder, study finds CNNStudy links daily use of ...

Stanford Opens Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence

Stanford University, announced it is opening the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI) with the mission to to advance artificial intelligence (AI) research, education, policy, and practice to improve the human condition. The institute will work closely with companies across sectors, including technology, financial services, health care and manufacturing, to create a ...

Prescriptions for healthy food might save lives - and money

(Reuters Health) - Healthy food prescriptions written for Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries might lower the risk of costly chronic illnesses, such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease, and at the same time lower the costs of care, a new study sug...

Younger knee replacement patients have more complications

(Reuters Health) - Total knee replacement is increasingly being performed in younger people, and new research suggests younger patients have higher complication rates.

LTC Senior Management to Participate in the Jefferies 2019 Global Healthcare REIT Summit

LTC Properties Inc. (NYSE: LTC), a real estate investment trust that invests in seniors housing and health care properties, today announced that senior management will participate in the Jefferies 2019 Global Healthcare REIT Summit in New York on April 2, 2019. The Company’s presentation package will be available on the Company’s website at ww...

Babyscripts Inks $500k Strategic Partnership with Inova Health

Babyscripts, Inc., a Washington, D.C.-based virtual care platform for managing obstetrics has inked a strategic partnership with Inova Health System. As part of the strategic partnership, Inova will invest $500K and will deploy Babyscripts’ clinically-validated virtual care obstetrics platform; and support holistic care for mothers in pregnancy and postpartum. Inova’s Opportunity to Further Im...

Censorship or Social Responsibility? Amazon Removes Some Books Peddling Vaccine Misinformation

(The Washington Post) – Amazon has now joined other companies navigating the line between doing business and censoring it, in an age when, experts say, misleading claims about health and science have a real impact on public health. NBC Nightly … Read More

Landmark Ruling Sets Precedent for Parity Coverage of Mental Health and Addiction Treatment

(STAT News) – For far too long, health insurers have been treating people with mental health and substance use disorders like second-class citizens. A federal court recently ruled that this must stop. Employers and regulators, take note. The ruling came … Read More

Sabra Health Care REIT, Inc. to Attend the Jefferies 2019 Healthcare REIT Summit

Sabra Health Care REIT, Inc. (Nasdaq: SBRA) announced today that Talya Nevo-Hacohen, the company’s Chief Investment Officer, will attend the Jefferies 2019 Healthcare REIT Summit on April 2 in New York, New York. About Sabra Sabra Health Care REIT, Inc., a Maryland corporation, operates as a self-administered, self-managed real estate i...

'Inflamm-aging' Causes Loss of Bone Healing Ability in the Elderly

NewsIncreases in chronic inflammation—not the passage of time—is the main reason why injured bones do not heal as well with age.Contributed

Karuna brings in $68mm through its Series B round

Karuna Pharmaceuticals Inc. (muscarinic receptors for psychiatric and cognitive disorders) completed a $68mm Series B round; ...

.@uofcincy's Novel Device Lab demonstrated that sweat works as well as blood for health monitoring. The lab created the world's first noninvasive device that can test sweat continuously and for hours #NBTintheNews https://www.uc.edu/news/articles/2019/03/

. @uofcincy's Novel Device Lab demonstrated that sweat works as well as blood for health monitoring. The lab created the world's first noninvasive device that can test sweat continuously and for hours #NBTintheNews https://www.uc.edu/news/articles/2019/03/n2074289.html …

Medical News Today: What are the health benefits of dark chocolate?

Dark chocolate generally contains less sugar and more cacao solids than milk chocolate. It is also rich in antioxidants and some minerals. Research suggests that regularly eating dark chocolate may provide several health benefits. Learn more about these benefits here.


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