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Ten top tips to avoid data breaches

Ten top tips for pharma and healthcare to avoid data breaches

Every organisation is a software organisation but for healthcare providers and pharmaceutical organisations, the stakes are high when it comes to data breaches. In...
TherapeutAix adds Alderley Analytical and Peak Proteins to its R&D network

TherapeutAix expands R&D network to Alderley Analytical and Peak Proteins

Life sciences consultancy, TherapeutAix, has added contract research organisations (CROs), Alderley Analytical and Peak Proteins to its global R&D network. The partnership will form...
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The Pf Awards 2021 are open for entries! New categories | New candidates | New opportunities to win Would you like to win a national...

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Image of a person descending a ladder over coronavirus to show New Normal, New Thinking: Life Post COVID-19

New Normal, New Thinking: Life Post COVID-19

New thinking will be required to adapt to the new normal life post COVID-19. I hate to start this article on a negative note, but...
Pfizer suffers huge data breach on unsecured cloud storage

Pfizer suffers huge data breach on unsecured cloud storage

Global pharmaceutical giant Pfizer Inc. has suffered a huge data breach, with patient information found exposed on unsecured cloud storage. The exposed data was...
Image of a hand holding a torch to show Kate Bingham appointed Chair of UK Vaccine Taskforce

Kate Bingham appointed Chair of UK Vaccine Taskforce

Kate Bingham has been appointed Chair of the UK’s Vaccine Taskforce – the group set up by the Government’s Chief Scientific Adviser, Deputy Chief...
How has Covid-19 affected how sales professionals engage with their customers?

How sales professionals can engage with their customers during COVID-19

The impact of COVID-19 has affected how sales professionals engage with customers. What does the way forward look like? Richard Gray and Stephen Dempster...
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Study shows anti-parasitic drug ivermectin kills coronavirus within 48 hours

A collaborative study led by the Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) with the Peter Doherty Institute of Infection and Immunity (Doherty Institute), a joint...

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