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Government to consider a more personalised and 'intelligent' approach to NHS Health Checks

Research Gallery - 16/08/2019
A government-led review of the NHS Health Check programme will look into providing patients with “personalised interventions” based on where they live, their age and their genetics.

Drug-related deaths in England and Wales reach record levels, says ONS

Research Gallery - 16/08/2019
The number of drug-related deaths in England and Wales has reached a record high, according to data from the Office for National Statistics.

Rozlytrek bags FDA approval

Pharmacy News - 16/08/2019
For the indication of ROS1-positive, metastatic non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC).

£500,000 injected into ‘innovative’ AI online safety software

Pharmacy News - 16/08/2019
UK Meds has announced a partnership with Onfido to make buying prescription-only medicines online much safer.

Terlipressin hits phase III endpoint

Pharmacy News - 16/08/2019
CONFIRM is the largest-ever prospective study conducted in patients with hepatorenal syndrome type I.

Government to reconsider NHS Health Checks

Pharmacy News - 16/08/2019
The Health and Social Care Secretary has announced an evidence-based review into the service.

NHS toolkit launched for progressive neurological conditions

Pharmacy News - 16/08/2019
The NHS estimates there could be 2,500 fewer emergency admissions to hospital a year for patients with progressive neurological conditions.

A third of students on experiential learning programme had no contact with patients, finds report

Research Gallery - 16/08/2019
A third of undergraduate pharmacy students who answered a survey after taking part in an experiential learning pilot programme in Scotland said they had not had any contact with patients during their placement.

Government tenders £25m contract for 'express freight service' to transport urgent medicines after Brexit

Research Gallery - 15/08/2019
The Department of Health and Social Care is looking for bids on a contract to set up an “express freight service” ahead of the UK leaving the EU at the end of October 2019.

‘Probe’ could help make prostate cancer surgery more accurate

Pharmacy News - 15/08/2019
The new project could ‘help surgeons to visualise tumours during keyhole surgery’.

Urgent medical delivery service set up in Brexit preparations

Pharmacy News - 15/08/2019
The £25 million contract to set up an express freight service aims to be completed in the next one to four days.

Drug manufacturer offers to pay NHS £8m to resolve CMA allegations of anti-competitive behaviour

Research Gallery - 15/08/2019
A drug manufacturer has offered to pay the NHS £8m to resolve concerns around allegations of anti-competitive behaviour over the supply of a prescription drug.

Evinacumab hits targets in late-stage cholesterol trial

Pharmacy News - 15/08/2019
On average patients entered the trial with LDL cholesterol levels of 255 mg/dL, despite treatment with other lipid-lowering therapies.

Taltz trumps Tremfya in plaque psoriasis study

Pharmacy News - 15/08/2019
The drug met the primary and all major secondary endpoints up to week 12 in the Phase IV IXORA-R study.

Government appoints Jo Churchill as new pharmacy minister

Research Gallery - 15/08/2019
Jo Churchill has been appointed as the new parliamentary under-secretary of state for prevention, public health and primary care at the Department of Health and Social Care.

Marketer of the Year finalists share their experiences with the competition

Pharmacy News - 15/08/2019
Now in its 26th year, this prestigious competition has a long history of discovering and rewarding the very best healthcare marketers and last year was no exception.

Community pharmacies should have same business rate support as GPs, says LloydsPharmacy parent company

Research Gallery - 14/08/2019
Community pharmacies should have their business rate tax reimbursed by the NHS in the same way as GP practices and dental surgeries, the head of a high street pharmacy chain has said.

Industry and pharmacy bodies confirm signing government 'gagging orders' over no-deal Brexit plans

Research Gallery - 14/08/2019
The Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee is one of several pharmacy bodies to have signed non-disclosure agreements preventing them from disclosing the UK government’s plans for a no-deal Brexit.

Ebola ‘no longer incurable’

Pharmacy News - 14/08/2019
Two new drugs, mAb114 and REGN-EB3, have been found to dramatically cut mortality from Ebola.

AZ’ Calquence granted US Breakthrough Therapy Designation

Pharmacy News - 14/08/2019
The drug has been approved for chronic lymphocytic leukaemia.

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