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Type 2 diabetes

Type 2 diabetes in the UK: Priorities for improving patient care

Professor John Wilding from the University of Liverpool charts priorities for improving patient care in the UK when it comes to the prevalent condition, Type 2 diabetes
human health

Nanomedicines: Depicting human health risks hindering clinical translation

Cecilia Van Cauwenberghe from Frost & Sullivan shares her expertise on the world of nanomedicines, with a special focus on depicting human health risks hindering clinical translation.
Muscular dystrophy

Muscular dystrophy: Present concerns and foreseen opportunities

Cecilia Van Cauwenberghe from the TechVision Group at Frost & Sullivan provides a detailed analysis of the present concerns and foreseen opportunities around muscular dystrophy (MD)
commercialisation

The challenge of commercialisation: Keeping an academic balance

Prof Colin J Suckling OBE DSc FRSE, research professor of chemistry at the University of Strathclyde’s Department of Pure & Applied Chemistry shares his views on the challenge of commercialisation when it comes to research into medicinal chemistry

How trusted data is helping to liberate the power of medical cannabis

Bradley Moore, CEO of GCAC discusses how artificial intelligence and blockchain (trusted data) solve the paradox of limited medical cannabis data and anecdotal user information
Cannabis developments

Cannabis developments in North America

Writer, medical cannabis patient, a grower and budtender for GrassRoots Medicinal in Squamish, Caleb McMillan, provides his thoughts on cannabis developments in North America today
medical cannabis advocacy

Medical cannabis advocacy and education

Board Member for Canadians for Fair Access to Medical Marijuana (CFAMM), Peter Thurley, shares his views on medical cannabis advocacy and education issues
e-health

The emergence of personalised e-health care

CEO of Liva Healthcare, Kristoffer From explains the emergence of personalised e-health care and asks if e-health can close the gap between doctors and diabetic patients

The European Confederation of Pharmaceutical Entrepreneurs AISBL

The European Confederation of Pharmaceutical Entrepreneurs (EUCOPE) is Europe’s principal trade body for small to medium-sized innovative companies working in the field of pharmaceuticals. Via its company members and national member associations such as the British Ethical Medicines Industry Group (EMIG), the German Pharmaceutical Industry Association (BPI), BioDeutschland, the...
acute medicine

Research opportunities in Acute Medicine

Dinesen L1, 2, Poots AJ1, Bell D1, 2. 1.NIHR CLAHRC NW London, Imperial College London 2.Dept. Acute Medicine, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital What is Acute Medicine? Acute medicine is the part of internal medicine concerned with the immediate and early specialist management of adult patients who present to, or from within,...
radiotherapy

Improved access to radiotherapy needed, says experts

Doctors have revealed that millions of people have died unnecessarily from cancers that could have been treated by radiotherapy. New data presented at the European Cancer Congress suggest as many as nine out of 10 people in low income countries cannot access radiotherapy treatment. Experts warn that even high-income countries where...
medical

Patients do not understand medical jargon

A study carried out by the Royal College of General Practitioners found that nearly one half of patients do not understand the advice given to them by their doctor Researchers at the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) found that medical language is so complex that almost half of patients...
Regenerative medicine and cell therapy

The role of regenerative medicine in healthcare

Regenerative medicine and cell therapy can revolutionise healthcare. Kath Mackay and Michael Sullivan, Lead Technologists in Regenerative Medicine at the Technology Strategy Board outline the importance of the field. Innovation is essential in developing the next generation of medical treatments. As the global population grows and ages, healthcare providers will need...

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