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Crucial changes from new medical device regulations

Published: Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Andrew love explores how the ‘most significant changes to medical device legislation in decades’ will impact their supply and implementation.Note: The contents of this article do not constitute as legal advice.New rules from the Medical Devices... Read More

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3 reasons why today’s lab design sparks tomorrow’s ‘Eureka!’ moment

Published: Tuesday, January 16, 2018
A future-focused life sciences workplace pays off for talent and innovationTo attract and inspire today’s top scientists, forward-thinking organizations are retooling their workplaces with hot locations and state-of-the-art amenities. These... Read More

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Patients saved €7 million with generic medicines

Published: Tuesday, January 16, 2018
The market share of generics in Portugal reached a new record recently, according to provisional figures from Infarmed.Funds savedBetween January and July 2017 patients reduced their costs by €7.8 million by using generics compared to the same... Read More

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5 dangerous data integrity risks your lab may be taking

Published: Monday, January 15, 2018
Regulatory authorities like the FDA and MHRA expect pharma labs to constantly advance and improve how they safeguard drug quality.Risks stand tall There are many data integrity risks for labs to combat. These aren’t limited to: paper processes being... Read More

Greg Dombal, COO of Halloran Consulting Group

2018 Trends: The make or break moment for microbiome medicines?

Published: Tuesday, January 09, 2018
Greg Dombal, COO of Halloran Consulting Group on how 2018 could be the year the research flood gates open for biologics and microbiome products reach their make or break moment.Lessons learned from 2017Something you wish you knew at the start of... Read More

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AstraZeneca Lead Architect talks big data process excellence

Published: Tuesday, January 09, 2018
After attending the 2018  Data Analytics for Pharma Development conference, Pharma IQ stopped to chat with Arun Bondali,  Sr. Enterprise Lead Architect, Science and Enabling Units at AstraZeneca about pharma eliminating inefficiencies in how it... Read More

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EU publishes data on adverse reactions with cell and tissue transplants

Published: Monday, January 08, 2018
EU data, published in December 2017, reveals that in the space of one year at least 365,000 patients received human cell and tissue treatment. Annually thousands of EU citizens benefit from human tissues and cell applications and reproduction... Read More

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National price list enters into force

Published: Friday, January 05, 2018
A new national price list for medical services went live on the first of JanuaryHalmed the Agency for Medicinal Products and Medical Devices in Croatia has decided to lower prices of its individual services.Reduced financial stressThis decision was... Read More

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Editorial Calendar 2018

Published: Wednesday, January 03, 2018
Download this calendar to view the editorial focus for Pharma and Pharma Logistics IQ for 2018. Interested in collaborating with us? Get in touch with us today.

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Mythbuster: Advanced Analytics In Pharma

Published: Wednesday, January 03, 2018
Pharma IQ takes a look at key tech buzzwords that have emerged in pharma on the back of drug discovery's digital transformation. Download your complimentary copy of the infographic today

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Top 10 pharma and biotech trends to watch in 2018

Published: Wednesday, January 03, 2018
Pharma IQ takes a look at some of the trends forecasted to take hold this year: disruption for vendor landscapes, regulatory intervention and sophisticated analytics technologies gaining speed. Tech giants may start to enter the pharma and biotech... Read More

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Shortlist: Latest medical robotics and automation systems

Published: Tuesday, December 26, 2017
Robotics in the healthcare and pharmaceutical sector has a relatively long history, having started with a robot called the Puma 560 in 1985, according to All About Robotic Surgery. Now, however, a number of robotic and automation systems have been... Read More

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Biotech develops super-bug killing breakthrough

Published: Thursday, December 21, 2017
A UK Biotech firm has created a ground-breaking technology to tackle the dangerous public health issue that is antimicrobial resistanceEdixomed’s unique technology, which can be delivered as a liquid, gel or inhaled spray, rapidly and safely kills... Read More

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FDA releases new guidance on 3D printed medical products

Published: Tuesday, December 12, 2017
The industry witnessed a world-first last week, as the US Food and Drug Administration  released guidance for manufacturers 3D printing medical productsThis year’s news of the first 3D printed drug receiving FDA approval illustrated the surprising... Read More

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10 Lessons on data analytics in medicine

Published: Tuesday, December 12, 2017
The recent Data Analytics in Pharma Development conference inspired many with the truth of how data can power the future of medicine.In this short video, Nigel Hughes, Scientific Director, RMEDS Quantitative Sciences at Janssen R&D provides a... Read More

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