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29 results for: life science
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The annual report "Indicators of Access to Innovative Therapies in Europe (W.A.I.T. Indicator)", prepared by the consultancy firm Iqvia...
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The final session at BIG was entitled Turning Pharma on its Head:  The Next Big Thing.   There was discussion of particular technologies...
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Fascinating and inspiring presentations at BIG about the brain-gut axis and the key role of all mucosal immune systems in CNS related...
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I am really looking forward to attending this conference; not just because it is in Aruba!.  There is very exciting science happening on...
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Between 9 and 11 April I will be in Basilea with Johan Renes from DLA Piper Amsterdam and Paula Gonzalez from DLA Piper Madrid at the...
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A Brexit transition period to 31 December 2020 is good news for the Life Sciences industry.   Brexit negotiators have now agreed Article...
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We have been looking closely at the EMA requirements for publishing clinical data under Policy 0070.  There is an expanding body of...
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Really looking forward to meeting you at the IP Forum for Life Sciences in April. I will be hosting a discussion with tregard to naming...
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Tomorrow I will be on stage at 11 am discussing 'Growing Global' at the Northern Powerhouse Health Innovation Conference 2018. The first...
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The most likely explanation for the anomalies identified in the gender pay reports published so far is the fact that, whilst...
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At a time when organisations are looking to put their houses in order to address the demands of GDPR, this poses a salutary warning to...
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New guidance just out from FDA on its approach to the regulation of digital health.  For companies pursuing opportunities where...
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This is intriguing and may be the 3D-printer of the life science industry. Obviously, there are many legal pitfalls that require careful...
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PD-L1 and checkpoint inhibitors have been front and center in the media relating to the treatment of cancer.  Researches are now looking...
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Researchers from Harvard identified a new protein, Nrf1, which regulates high cholesterol by binding directly to it. This binding prompts...
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We have been hearing for a decade about the use of stem cells to create organs and treat diseases.  Today, a study showing that hES cells...