The global market for Clostridium difficle infection therapeutics is projected to quadruple within the next 10 years. The research and consulting firm GlobalData‘s latest report estimates that the market will increase… read more →
Tamiflu (Roche) and Relenza (GSK) are two flu treatments that are frequently used during seasonal and pandemic flu outbreaks. Many people used these drugs during the H1N1 pandemic in 2009/2010,… read more →
Merck’s investigational Ebola vaccine was found to be effective in a Phase III trial analysis. The vaccine, rVSV-ZEBOV, had 100% efficacy with a single dose, and all vaccinated patients were… read more →
An implantable artificial pancreas is under development and may help diabetes patients control their blood sugar. The device measures a patient’s blood sugar or glucose levels and will release insulin… read more →
The FDA has approved Impax Zomig (zolmitriptan) to treat migraines in patients aged 12 years and older. As the first nasal spray approved for this age group, the drug targets… read more →
How to Make FDA Inspections As Painless As Possible. What To Expect, What to Do, And What Not to Do. A Site’s Perspective Janet Lewis, RN, CCRP Janet has presented… read more →
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