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VEGF: Same molecular target....new approaches to cancer

15 May 06

DailyUpdates 15th May, 2006: Amongst the 50 or so papers and press releases featured today two focusing on VEGF jump out as being of especial interest. The first, a paper published by Stanford University, reports on the anti-cancer activity of an oncolytic virus in combination with gene therapy. The virus was engineered to selectively replicate in and kill cancer cells . The gene therapy encoded a soluble version of Flk1, one of the VEGF receptors. The two approaches together produce effective a
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Leading by example: Amgen takes employee health seriously

15 May 06

When not doing 'insane sports', Amgen's Europe chief Rolf Hoffmann is battling big pharma
Katherine Griffiths

AVIAN FLU SUMMIT FOR BUSINESS

13 May 06

This summit aims to provide both strategic and practical information that will ensure that organisations can prepare for and survive what is now considered to be the inevitable pandemic. Professor Hugh Pennington from the Department of Medical Microbiology at University of Aberdeen will repeat his warning that, “Only one thing is certain and that is that there will be a pandemic.”
Susie Wilson

Movement in cancer vaccine development plus breaking antidepressant research

12 May 06

DailyUpdates 12th May, 2006 (click here for entire bulletin): Today appears to be cancer vaccine day with two important announements being made. First off, Genitope Corporation announce the initiation of an ealry phase clinical trial of their MyVax idiotype immunotherapy; this was followed by an announcement by Biovest reporting that fast track status had been awarded to their phase 3 candidate, BiovaxID. This follows in the footsteps of the company's announcement that the FDA had approved sale
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Adult acute leukemia: demand for innovative drugs that prolong survival

11 May 06

A new report estimates that there will be approximately 84,000 cases of adult and childhood leukemia in the world's seven major pharmaceutical markets in 2006. Acute leukemias will account for 43% of these cases, and, although this market is relatively small compared to other cancer types, the clear unmet needs and regulatory incentives should help encourage drug makers.
Datamonitor

World Pharmaceutical (China) Summit 2006

10 May 06

This Conference will provide a platform for intellectual discourse in order to answer these questions and to discuss other pressing issues regarding the pharmaceutical industry in China in particular, and the world in general. Opportunities and challenges within the whole value chain, from research and development down to sales and marketing will be discussed and solutions put forward for the benefits of attendees.
IBG Company Limited

What is RSS

05 Apr 06

I recently ran a quick poll on PharmiWeb, to determine what level of awareness there was for RSS (really simple syndication). So...
Mike Wood

Search Engine Marketing Health Pharmaceutical Labs clinical

30 Mar 06

Why ? Decision makers were not aware of the ROI that can have a search engine marketing strategy.
Elias KAI

Study supports aggressive use of atorvastatin (Lipitor)

29 Mar 06

The antidyslipidemics market is driven by the statins, which account for 87% of this segment. However, as many statins are expected to face patent expiry in the coming decade manufacturers are looking to novel products to protect their franchise. Such products include combination such as Pfizer's atorvastatin/torcetrapib. Studies demonstrating that higher doses of existing products can offer improved efficacy but with no increase in side-effects will also help optimize sales in the antidyslipid
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Diagnosing acute congestive heart failure

28 Mar 06

Heart failure affects more than 5 million people in the U.S. Approximately 20% of hospitalizations are due to acute congestive heart failure translating into a health-care system cost of $15 billion. Given the paucity of the pipeline for acute congestive heart failure, the best hope of clinical improvement will involve improved utilization of existing therapies. However early intervention requires rapid and accurate diagnosis. Given its diagnostic potential, the measurement of plasma BNP a
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