PM Boris Johnson orders action to crack down on measles, a leaked document forecasts no-deal Brexit shortages, both AbbVie and Celgene receive approval from the FDA, and experts in digital health warn that AI may not be able to keep up with ‘real-world’ medical use.
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A leaked government document has revealed the potential risks of a no-deal Brexit, with warnings of delays and shortages of goods coming across the British Channel.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is ordering urgent action to ensure that children and young people in Britain are protected against measles.
Celgene has scored a major regulatory win ahead of its proposed merger with Bristol-Myers Squibb, with the FDA backing its rare bone marrow cancer drug Inrebic.
The FDA has approved AbbVie’s RINVOQ™ (upadacitinib), for the treatment of adults with moderate to severely active rheumatoid arthritis.
Experts in digital health have published guidance on use of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare, warning that the technology may not be able to keep up with how medicines are used in the real world.
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