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3D printing may make individualized medicine more affordable

“The latest innovation in medical 3D printing is a 3D printer that could one day make customized medicines on demand, currently under development by the University of Central Lancashire in Preston in the UK. The team says that the main advantage of the printer is that it could potentially tailor drugs specific to a patient’s […]

Top 10 Pharma Firms of 2014

“Publicly traded pharmaceutical companies continue to make as many headlines for what deals they do, or how much they cut jobs, or R&D, as for any successes they may have in the clinic. Yet the Wall Street market surge kept going through the first half of this year, explaining why the companies continued accumulating value […]

Clinical trial to start soon on GSK Ebola vaccine

“A clinical trial of an experimental vaccine against the deadly Ebola virus is set to start shortly, according to British drug-maker GlaxoSmithKline , which is co-developing the product with U.S. scientists. …more“

Financial Results, FDA Approvals, Orphan Drug Designations, and Certificates – Research Reports on Idenix, Baxter, Alexion, Alere and Zoetis

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History will be kind to me for I intend to write it. – Winston Churchill

The Low Down on the Quality of Dietary Supplements

“Dietary supplements use has become so popular in the United States that many consumers are complacent when it comes to their quality and safety.” “Because of the increasing costs of health care, people often consider using dietary supplements to improve health with the hope that natural alternatives —sometimes even touted as “…more“

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