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    September issue out now!

    The future of precision medicine – Harnessing online communities – What's next for medical education? – NHS vanguards and pharma

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    On target?

    Precision medicine is fundamentally changing how we treat patients, but is it too early to get excited about this burgeoning area?

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    Higher education

    Pharma-sponsored medical education has always been about much more than just education, yet with greater transparency, changing learning styles and increased influence of expert patients, what does the future hold for pharma's wider interactions with healthcare professionals?

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    Same difference

    With some of the world's biggest biologics teetering on the edge of the patent cliff, biosimilars are big business. Yet, with the market still in its infancy, it's not as easy as you might think to get these cheap biologics to the patients that need them

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    Making precision medicine work

    Cancer Research UK's head of precision medicine on how the charity is preparing the NHS for this paradigm shift in treatment

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NICE backs non-surgical option for fibroids

Women with uterine fibroids stand to gain routine access to a non-surgical treatment on the National Health Service for the first time, after cost regulators endorsed Gedeon Richter's once-daily pill Esmya as an option.

26th August 2016

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Stafford hospital shuts A&E to children

County Hospital in Stafford has suspended Accident and Emergency services for children, after senior clinicians advised that "the service is not currently clinically safe".

26th August 2016

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NHS deficit narrows in first quarter

The number of NHS providers booking a financial deficit dropped 20 percent during the first quarter of 2016/17, according to new figures released by NHS Improvement.

26th August 2016

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FDA rejects Amgen’s Parsabiv

US regulators have turned down Amgen's request to market Parsabiv for secondary hyperparathyroidism (sHPT).

25th August 2016

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Making precision medicine work

Cancer Research UK's head of precision medicine on how the charity is preparing the NHS for this paradigm shift in treatment

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Inclusion criteria

With new research showing that pharma senior teams are less diverse than comparable industries, companies could do more to instil a culture of inclusion

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Now it's personal

Putting the right tools in patients' hands could personalise treatment and improve health across the board

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Industry roundup – 21 July

Biobank banks genes of long-lived Sardinians; stem cell therapies face commercial challenges; VBI moves forward with Zika Vaccine

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On target?

Precision medicine is fundamentally changing how we treat patients, but is it too early to get excited about this burgeoning area?

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Higher education

Pharma-sponsored medical education has always been about much more than just education, yet with greater transparency, changing learning styles and increased influence of expert patients, what does the future hold for pharma's wider interactions with healthcare professionals?

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On the front line

NHS vanguard sites are offering a fresh approach to service design and creating a blueprint for the future but what impact will they have on pharma?

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Under the hammer

Are reverse auctions the best way to procure marketing services?

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Show, don’t tell

If pharma really wants to be patient-centric, it needs to show it through its brand message

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Track record

In the not-too-distant future, we will all be living in an ongoing clinical trial, where sensors track our lives and stream our health data directly to our electronic health records

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Community spirit

Online communities offer direct contact with patients, healthcare professionals and other stakeholders, but is pharma making the most of this valuable resource?

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New to the market

What does the industry have in store for aspiring marketers? We ask last year's New Marketer of the Year, Thom Renwick

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