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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.
Territory Manager and recent graduate, Andy Grogan, chose Star and the Retail Pharmacy team to begin his career. In his Q&A we talk expanding product portfolios, building new relationships, and delivering results.
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?
Next up in our Star Retail Pharmacy team Q&As, we grabbed some time with Territory Manager, Carl Buet, to talk industry experience, business wins, looking ahead to the future, and why he feels so at home in the team.
With the successful launch of the Star Retail Pharmacy team last summer, we sat down with Project Manager, Lesley Jarvis, to talk team progress, shared partner goals, and providing quality training and education for optimal patient care.
The UK government issues a statement on trade cooperation with the EU, the Dutch biotech sector feels the benefits of EMA relocation, pharmacists are ‘embracing’ online channels and NICE looks again at Novartis’s migraine drug after initial rejection.
The WHO is to send a delegation to China to help combat the Coronavirus outbreak, a report recommends universities set targets to boost men in nursing, prostate cancer is now the most common cancer in England, and can an anti-depressant treat IBS?