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A new study says older diabetes patients would benefit from wearing glucose monitors, Baring Private Equity Asia is to buy Lumenis, over half of UK SMEs are ‘unprepared’ for Brexit despite further delay, and a UK AI company receives FDA clearance.
Cabin crew drafted in at the new Nightingale hospital, 20,000 former NHS staff return, hospitals urged to use lab space to test self-isolating NHS England staff, and a simple new blood test can check for more than 50 types of cancers.
Car firms are producing face masks and ventilators to help with the Coronavirus outbreak, a North Yorkshire medical devices company secures £650,000 of NPIF investment, and research suggests that graphite nanoplatelets integrated into plastic medical surfaces can prevent infections.
Two UK firms announce plans to begin trials of therapies to tackle Coronavirus, PrEP is to be available for patients at risk of contracting HIV in England from April, the risk of death by stroke is down 24%, and Merck / MSD’s chronic cough drug clears phase 3 trials, potentially setting up regulatory filings this year.
Scientists are using genetic codes of individual Coronavirus patient samples to track potential spread, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust and Innovative Trials partner up to tackle patient diversity in cancer clinical trials, and a second patient with HIV has been cured after receiving a stem cell transplant.
A smart device is introduced to help manage in-flight medical events, Middlesex University introduces VR training to combat sepsis, bioelectronic medical devices transforming modern healthcare, Britain vows a 'hard bargain' for a US trade deal, and will bioprinting remove the need for donor organs?
Chinese biopharma company, Clover Biopharmaceuticals and GSK to collaborate on a coronavirus vaccine, it’s 20 years since the first internet pharmacy launched, an AI-created antibiotic can kill many antibiotic-resistant bacteria and Sanofi is to create the world’s second largest API company.
New gene therapy used to treat patients with a rare inherited eye disorder, 120,000 cancer patients left ‘in the dark’ about treatment, new rapid HIV testing kits are used in Glasgow, and there’s a call to stop spreading of ‘fake news’ around the Coronavirus.
A more proactive approach is needed for adult health screening, a new UK medicines and medical devices bill is expected, new analysis raises concerns over the accuracy of skin cancer risk apps, the UK distributes a new Coronavirus diagnostic test, and could tackling global outbreaks be more difficult post-Brexit?