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Innovation is the key to the pharmaceutical industry’s success and benefits both the health and wealth of the country, says the Association of the...

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IntroductionThe new UK-wide General Medical Services (nGMS) contract begins in April 2004. This contract affects all practices – whether they are currently working under...

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In the third article in a series of five, Paul Midgley of the Healthcare Partnership looks at how the ‘Quality & Outcomes’ framework (QOF)...

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AS EMPLOYERS CONTINUE TO BATTLE with the ever-increasing challenge of maintaining and increasing employee commitment, it is essential that they demonstrate just how and...

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A study by health experts has shown that the productivity of the NHS has improved almost two and a half times faster than the...
Oxford PharmaGenesis awarded second Queen's Award for Enterprise

Oxford PharmaGenesis awarded business accolade

Independent HealthScience communications consultancy Oxford PharmaGenesis has been awarded its second Queen’s Award for Enterprise, the UK’s highest accolade for business success. The consultancy was...
Advance in CAR T therapy eliminates side effects

Advance in CAR T therapy eliminates side effects

A new University of Southern California study has found that an advance in CAR T therapy eliminates side effects and produces remissions without toxicity in...

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