NICE recommends Bayer’s MS treatment, complementary cancer therapies ‘do more harm than good’, Daiichi Sankyo announces results of Phase 3 CLEAR Wisdom trial, and could greater collaboration accelerate much-needed treatments for children with rare diseases?
The NIHR is to invest £34 million into global health research projects within low and middle-income countries, a ‘DIY’ alternative to traditional smear tests is ‘promising’, and the BBC shares 10 charts that show why the NHS does matter in the upcoming UK election.
Top headlines across the medical devices sector this week include what exporters need to know about the CE Mark post-Brexit, the wearable tech errors worrying well people, and warnings of inaccessibility of devices in a no-deal Brexit.
The Duchess of Cambridge and Game of Thrones’s Emilia Clarke get behind the Nursing Now campaign, legislation will protect Scottish residents accessing cross-border European healthcare in a no-deal Brexit, and the UK’s top gynaecologist leads an effort to revolutionise health services for women.
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In a tumultuous week for Brexit negotiations, medical devices headlines include MedTech Europe writing to EU commissioners on dangers to the industry, and a report on 10 ways we could be affected by no-deal including access to medicines. Other stories include the FDA on regulating AI in medical technology.
New biosimilar launches in the UK, campaigners say Donald Trump’s Brexit trade plan will damage the NHS, and fake medications are “easily” bought on Facebook. These are some of the top stories making headlines across pharma this week!
A new plan to treat eating disorders, a record number of men applying for nursing courses, how Singapore is making healthcare affordable and accessible, and how blockchain could revolutionise how patients think about their data.
Could our brains be hijacked in the future? Would a no-deal Brexit disrupt supply of medicines for six months? How popular could becoming an ‘e-patient’ be, and could a news test for sepsis save thousands of lives? Take a look at the top stories making headlines across medical devices this week!
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