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Sleep Disorders Market Analysis 2008-2018

11 Apr 08

Which current or future therapies will drive the sleep disorders market from 2008 to 2018? What is the patient identification rate for each of the therapeutic areas? What is the present state of the disease awareness? What R&D opportunities exist for ‘new comers’? Which key companies are involved in the market?
Justyna Drozdzal

Embarrassed to blow your nose?

01 Apr 08

Forget sweat patches, VPLs and spots…a new survey commissioned by Kleenex® has found that it’s blowing your nose in public that causes us the most embarrassment! The survey of hay fever sufferers reveals that most people prefer a quiet sniff over a good nose blow when out and about. However, allergy specialists warn that the more discreet option actually makes symptoms worse.
Jasmine Richards

Increasing numbers of people are suffering from Asthma

31 Mar 08

Asthma is a significant health problem. Acording to the National Asthma Campaign, the condition continues to grow, and in the UK an estimated 8 million people are diagnosed as having asthma, with 5 million people receiving treatment. The cost of asthma to the NHS is more than £850 million a year.
Mike Wood

ExL Pharma presents: The 3rd Annual Integrated Relationship Marketing and Sales for Pharma

31 Mar 08

Matt Milman

Bell Pottinger EXPANDS healthcare business

25 Mar 08

Bell Pottinger Group has formed Bell Pottinger Health, a new business dedicated to leading the expansion of its health franchise with Shipra Singh newly hired as Managing Director. Simultaneously the company has brought in a life science investor relations team led by Mike Wort.
Deborah Cockerill

Versatility: The Key to Pharmaceutical Sales Performance

22 Mar 08

While having a sales force that can deliver your company¡¦s message to physicians and other health care professionals is critical to effective performance, the true key to success is having a sales force that can adapt that message to the needs and preferences of those they call on. Wilson Learning¡¦s research shows that versatile salespeople can be over 50% more successful than their less adaptable counterparts. This was effectively demonstrated in a study with a large pharmaceutical company.
Natalie Barlow

Research could put penicillin back in battle against antibiotic resistant bugs that kill millions

12 Mar 08

Research led by the University of Warwick has uncovered exactly how the bacterium Streptococcus pneumoniae has become resistant to the antibiotic penicillin. The same research could also open up MRSA to attack by penicillin and help create a library of designer antibiotics to use against a range of other dangerous bacteria.

Is that a Smartphone in your pocket, or are you just pleased to see me?

20 Feb 08

In case you hadn’t noticed, mobile phone manufacturers – and the operators – are desperate to part you from your cash in return for a flash new device. So, to help you decide if you should give in to temptation, we have reviewed three of the latest smartphones that the market has to offer. - editor

Leaving the laboratory for business- who wants to be a CEO?

18 Feb 08

Professor Alan Barrell raises some of the issues for those keen to spin out their research and head a new company.
Claire Morgan

Health Effects of Climate Change in the UK

15 Feb 08

Climate change will have consequences for the health of UK citizens according to a UK government report published on 12th February. The report, called Health Effects of Climate Change in the UK, has been published jointly by the Department of Health (DH) and the Health Protection Agency (HPA). - editor

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