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Child sat on a bench playing with blocks to show Meningitis B infant vaccination programme shows 75% drop in cases over three years

Meningitis B infant vaccination programme shows 75% drop in cases over three years

Meningitis B infant vaccination programme shows 75% drop in cases over three years, these are the results of one of two independent meningitis B...
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AstraZeneca’s Tagrisso▼ (osimertinib) rejected by NICE for use in NHS England

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has published final guidance that does not recommend AstraZeneca's Tagrisso▼ (osimertinib) for use within NHS...
Images of scientists and genome to show New research briefing on human germline genome editing

New research briefing on human germline genome editing

POST, the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology, has released a new research briefing on human germline genome editing. Changes made to DNA in human eggs, sperm or embryos (germline cells)...

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Image of man and woman sat in waiting room holding their stomachs to show NICE rejects Janssen's Stelara for moderate to severe ulcerative colitis

NICE rejects Janssen’s Stelara for moderate to severe ulcerative colitis

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has not recommended ustekinumab, Janssen's Stelara, for treating moderately to severely active ulcerative colitis in...
pain relief patch released by nurofen

Nurofen launches a 24 hour ibuprofen pain relief patch

Nurofen announces the launch of the UK’s only 24 hour clinically proven pain relief patch containing ibuprofen.  Despite body pain being among the most commonly...
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Mapping the intricate oncology landscape

Simon Grime, of Wilmington Healthcare, explains how data and intelligence tools help pharma deliver tailored engagement programmes to diverse stakeholders in an intricate oncology...
Images of scientists and genome to show New research briefing on human germline genome editing

New research briefing on human germline genome editing

POST, the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology, has released a new research briefing on human germline genome editing. Changes made to DNA in human eggs, sperm or embryos (germline cells)...

Market Access in practice: do you have a strategy?

This article is a little old... but if you're interested in Market Access we have plenty of new content: July 2018 Market Access Special Edition...

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