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Biogen and Neurimmune announce option exercise for Aducanumab

The transaction will increase the profit potential of aducanumab for Biogen and provides near-term capital to Neurimmune

Corporate heavyweights to tackle healthcare

Three dominant American corporations announced plans to start a new company to tackle rising healthcare costs

The FDA approves pill able to detect if patients have ingested medication

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved, Abilify MyCite, the first drug in the US with a digital ...

New route to making antimicrobial textiles

Covalently cross-linked polymers can be used to create permanent, non-leaching antimicrobial surfaces that kill ...

Global healthcare expenditure to hit US$9.17 trillion by 2020, says MarketLine

Growth will be driven primarily by the US, which dominates the global market and accounts for nearly 50% of total ...

LAORA chooses Ideagen software to increase quality and compliance

Life Alliance Organ Recovery Agencyis to implement Ideagen Q-Pulse to modernise policy and procedure management and ...

No dust allowed: when containment equipment is a must

AMI Environmental, a health and safety service firm, explains why it has chosen Hepacart as its go-to partner in ...

Adherium granted key technology patent in US

This US patent is the first to be issued in a planned suite of patents related to medication adherence monitoring ...

Clinical study of UV Angel reveals >99% reduction in keyboard bioburden

Study published in American Journal of Contamination Control compares the pre- and post-UVC decontamination median CFU ...

Pharmaceutical plant disinfection: the acid test

Choosing a suitable disinfectant for a pharmaceutical operation can be a complex process. Christopher Fournier* and ...

Ready to inject extra reliability

The use of prefillable syringe systems (PFS) is growing, but the concept has room for improvement. Tibor Hlobik, ...

US FDA approves LBT’S Automated Plate Assessment System

FDA clears APAS imaging and software technology as a Class II medical device

US study backs case for copper surfaces in hospitals

Use of copper shown to prevent re-establishment of bacteria following cleaning