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BIPOLAR DISORDER: a new holistic approach

30 Jul 07

BIPOLAR DISORDER: a new holistic approach to controlling mood disturbance from multiple aspects could revolutionise patients’ prospects
Olwen Glynn Owen

Wyeth Reports Earnings Results for the 2007 Second Quarter and First Half

25 Jul 07

Madison, N.J., July 19, 2007 - Wyeth (NYSE: WYE) today reported results for the 2007 second quarter and first half ending June 30, 2007. Worldwide net revenue increased 10% to $5.6 billion for the 2007 second quarter and 10% to $11.0 billion for the 2007 first half. Excluding the favorable impact of foreign exchange, worldwide net revenue increased 7% for the 2007 second quarter and 8% for the 2007 first half.
Douglas Petkus

Market Leading Pharmaceutical Recruitment Consultancy Barrington James Limited is happy to announce the appointment of Tony Kelleher as its Sales Manager

02 Jul 07

Barrington James Limited currently places candidates extensively throughout the UK and Europe in many areas such as Clinical Research, Regulatory Affairs, Medical Affairs, Data Management and Business Development. Working with key Barrington James Team Leaders such as Paul Duffy, Tony Kelleher will be charged with growing the team to assist with their Client’s needs throughout Europe. Dan Barrington, Director, said “…we are delighted Tony agreed to join Barrington James Limited, he brings
Dan Barrington

Erbitux moves to front-line in attack against both metastatic head and neck and colorectal cancers

11 Jun 07

The anti-EGFR targeting cancer therapy Erbitux (cetuximab), has been approved in Europe for the treatment of locally advanced head and neck cancer in conjunction with radiotherapy and as a third-line treatment in combination with irinotecan-based chemotherapy for patients with metastatic colorectal cancer. New data from the phase III EXTREME and CRYSTAL trials, presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology’s annual meeting, show cetuximab added to chemotherapy is also an effective first
Olwen Glynn Owen

Sponsor a CEO

11 Jun 07

Those of you who know our CEO Paul Hartigan will realise that he is a keen cyclist (we have to repeatedly ask him not to turn up to customer meetings in some of his garishly coloured Lycra).
Editor

CRYSTAL trial reveals benefits of first-line cetuximab in mCRC

08 Jun 07

Results of the CRYSTAL trial investigating first-line cetuximab therapy in addition to irinotecan-based therapy in metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC) were presented by the study’s lead investigator, Professor Eric Van Cutsem of University Hospital, Gasthuisberg, Leuven, Belgium.
Olwen Glynn Owen

Lhasa Acts in Support of Science Education in Africa

05 Jun 07

In 2007 Lhasa will provide sponsorship to the Africa Education Initiative (NEF) for travel fellowships allowing African students to attend the 2007 Africa Education Initiative International Scientific Conference.
Lhasa Limited

BENEFiT study shows Tracleer (bosentan) improves haemodynamics in CTEPH patients refused surgery

04 Jun 07

Patients suffering from chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension (CTEPH) who miss out on potentially curative surgery may respond to medical treatment with the dual endothelin receptor antagonist bosentan (Tracleer) according to results of BENEFiT, a multicentre phase III trial presented at this year’s American Thoracic Society meeting. To date there has been no approved medical therapy for the condition.
Olwen Glynn Owen

So you want to contract staff… what do you need to consider?

23 May 07

In today’s clinical arena it is the norm for clinical and medical departments to work with a mixture of direct staff (headcount), contract employees and independent consultants, as well as outsourcing whole projects. Companies utilise this mix for myriad reasons, including increased pressure to reduce headcount carrying costs demands for flexibility and to meet the clinical trial program milestones within a reduced time to market.
Paula Mumby

What’s Up (Junior) Doc?

22 May 07

With in excess of 34,000 doctors chasing 18,500 training posts due to start in August, one might expect that a slick system would be employed to ensure that the best candidates were matched with the most appropriate jobs. And maybe that’s what the MTAS (the Medical Training Application Service - an online application system designed to allow juniors to apply centrally for training rotations) was meant to achieve. However, it had been prone to crashing, and many junior doctors claimed that it was
Paul Hartigan

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