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    October issue out now!

    Featuring: The perfect sales outsourcing partnership // Does the Life Sciences Strategy over-promise? // How collaboration is transforming clinical research

  • When two become one

    Relationships can be tricky things – no more so than the pharma-contract sales organisation relationship. So, what are the secrets for making it a perfect match?

  • New life for life sciences?

    The proposed industrial strategy for the life sciences sector sets out some ambitious objectives – probably too ambitious, says Ana Nicholls

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Speedy review for AZ’ Lynparza in breast cancer

AstraZeneca’s and MSD’s Lynparza is being given a priority review by US regulators as a potential treatment for breast cancer, marking the first time a PARP inhibitor has been filed for an indication outside of ovarian cancer.

19th October 2017

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US approves second CAR-T therapy

Gilead’s Yescarta - recently acquired through its purchase of Kite Pharma - has become the second gene therapy to be approved by the US Food and Drug Administration, offering a new treatment approach for patients with certain types of large B-cell lymphoma.

19th October 2017

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GP referrals to Weight Watchers cut diabetes risk

More than one third of patients referred by GPs to Weight Watchers in a bid to stave off diabetes saw their blood sugar levels return to normal, a study published in the British Medical Journal has found.

18th October 2017

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New analysis backs use of Takeda’s Entyvio

Takeda has presented data from a post-hoc analysis showing signs of early symptomatic improvement in patients with ulcerative colitis or Crohn’s disease taking Entyvio.

18th October 2017

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Harnessing predictive analytics

Joseph B. Laudano, vice president, medical affairs strategy for Medmeme, takes a look at advances in data mining and metrics analysis

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Patient Files: Type 1 diabetes

Award-winning playwright Simon Vinnicombe’s baby son George was just six months old when he fell gravely ill with a shock diagnosis of type 1 diabetes. He talks to PharmaTimes about life with the disease and his hopes for a cure

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Taking care of diabetes

Ahead of the seventh Quality in Care (QiC) Diabetes awards in October, PharmaTimes speaks to judging chair and clinician Paru King to learn more about diabetes care in the UK

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Gold-star STPs

Paul Midgley and Steve How of Wilmington Healthcare explain how the NHS is rewarding its most promising STPs and what they need from pharma

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New life for life sciences?

The proposed industrial strategy for the life sciences sector sets out some ambitious objectives – probably too ambitious, says Ana Nicholls

Thought Leadership

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Delivering true patient centric communications

The model that sees information flow linearly, from pharmaceutical companies, to healthcare professionals, or patient groups and patients, is outmoded and doesn’t work well for any of the parties involved.

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Agile outsourcing – a provider’s view

Business development director at Star, Ryan Wooller, discusses commercial outsourcing and how the company has adapted to provide the best solutions as pharma companies look to innovate and reduce costs

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