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EmTech 5-6 April 2005

30 Nov 04

The conference will present the latest research and advances on new techniques in drug discovery. As well as presentations from some of the top authorities in the field, the exhibition will allow you to view the latest technologies from leading suppliers within the industry. An unmissable event for those wishing to keep abreast of new developments.
Natalie Bell

Free analysis: 'Barriers, best practices and measuring ROI for patient compliance programmes'

29 Nov 04

Unique intelligence from eyeforpharma: 'Barriers, best practices and measuring ROI for patient compliance programmes'
Izzy Wakeling

Tigecycline offers new hope in the battle against MRSA

26 Nov 04

Study data presented at a major recent conference has demonstrated that Wyeth's novel antibacterial tigecycline acts against drug-resistant pathogens in some serious bacterial infections, including MRSA. While Wyeth will have to work hard to establish tigecycline in this competitive area, its encouraging tolerability profile could give it a useful advantage over existing treatments.
Datamonitor

Influenza

19 Nov 04

Influenza is a global disease which imposes a huge medical and economic burden inevery country of the world. The UK is no exception with one caveat - the virus is probably monitored and tracked more in the UK than any other country around the globe. Over the years, GPs have played a leading role in estimating the quantitative impact of influenza. This started with the pioneering work of William Pickles in the Wensleydale villages and continued with Edgar Hope-Simpson in Cirencester.
CSF Medical

ADHD children not coming to attention of doctors

17 Nov 04

School can be a difficult place at the best of times, however for the 20 million plus children in the seven major pharmaceutical markets that suffer from attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), it can be especially troubling. This exacerbated by the fact that many patients aren't receiving the best available treatment, according to new research from Datamonitor.
Datamonitor

Battling against the odds

10 Nov 04

In recent years, the market for those developing new drugs has become much more competitive and the political, regulatory, social and economic pressures more intense.
Dr Faiz Kermani

Hypertension and cardiovascular disease

09 Nov 04

Over the past 30 years, numerous clinical trials evaluating a variety of different classes of drugs have conclusively shown the benefit of blood pressure reduction in reducing the risk of strokes and cardiovascular mortality. Moreover, such trials have clearly demonstrated that blood pressure is unlikely to be controlled with a single drug and often two or more therapies are required to achieve blood pressure targets.
CSF Medical

Double trouble hits Altana respiratory pipeline

05 Nov 04

Altana has announced the delay of its US application for Daxas until late 2005 due to clinical trial enrolment taking longer than originally anticipated. The news will be of further concern to the company's investors, coming on the back of the recent announcement that another of its respiratory drugs, Alvesco, failed to win full FDA approval.
Datamonitor

The changing face of prostate cancer

04 Nov 04

Prostate cancer is the most common male malignancy in Western countries. Surgery and radiological procedures for localized prostate cancer offer the possibility for curative treatment. Prostate cancer also represents one of the most lucrative oncology indications for the pharmaceutical industry because drug-based treatment is often very effective at delaying disease progression, even in advanced disease, which encourages high-volume and long-term usage. The use of hormonal manipulation for advan
LeadDiscovery

An insight into hepatocellular carcinoma

29 Oct 04

Hepatocellular carcinoma is the fifth commonest cancer worldwide with about one million new cases diagnosed annually. It is estimated that the incidence of hepatocellular carcinoma in the seven major pharma markets will continue to rise over the next decade. There is no gold standard therapy - the market is characterized by high levels of unmet need, large patient potential and high commercial potential. To mark the publication of its new feature "Hepatocellular Carcinoma" LeadDiscovery's analys
LeadDiscovery

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