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“A public health emergency”: ESMO’s comments on essential medicine shortages in Europe

The European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) has released its comments on and recommendations for dealing with the essential medicine shortages in Europe. What are the...
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Telemedicine for children’s healthcare: how paediatric telemedicine could lead to the overprescription of antibiotics

Paediatric telemedicine visits are increasingly used, but they could lead to the overprescription of antibiotics, according to a new study. According to new research from the...
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Combatting antibiotic resistance with Martian soil: new research on Mars could lead to new...

Research into Martian soil to help humans live on Mars could lead to new medicines to combat antibiotic resistance. A research team tested Martian soil...
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Nanomedicine for cancer immunotherapy: Spherical nucleic acids

A Northwestern University team has developed a method of optimising spherical nucleic acids, which could revolutionise nanomedicine for cancer immunotherapy in the future. Spherical nucleic...
Precision medicine: medicine of the future brought to us by the Bern Center

Precision medicine: medicine of the future brought to us by the Bern Center

Using synergies to combine intellectual minds and years of medical expertise, the University of Bern and Insel Gruppe are introducing a new wave of...
Genetic research: Precision medicine for vascular anomalies

Genetic research: Precision medicine for vascular anomalies

Geneticist Miikka Vikkula on how studying genetic causes of ‘rare diseases’ such as vascular anomalies leads the way to precision medicine. Most ‘rare diseases’ have...
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Paediatric oncology: Equal access to childhood cancer medicines

The European Society for Paediatric Oncology (SIOPE) is calling for the age of entry to clinical trials to be reduced to 12 years in...
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Five gender equality solutions for medicine and science

Profs. Sonia Kang and Sarah Kaplan of the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management have offered five gender equality solutions for medicine and...
Nanomedicines: selective targeting, hybrid systems and combined therapy

Nanomedicines: selective targeting, hybrid systems and combined therapy

Professor Mafalda Ascensão Videira describes her group’s work on developing nanomedicines for cancer treatments, and describes some of the main barriers to nanomedicine. Considerable expertise...
Innovation in development: disruptive advantages of experimental medicine

Innovation in development: disruptive advantages of experimental medicine

Dr Paul Peter Tak, biotech expert, business leader and entrepreneur, explains that while experimental medicine can boost innovation, it is not without its challenges. Just...

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