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Czech Medical Herbs is at the forefront of medical grade cannabis distribution

Czech Medical Herbs is at the forefront of medical grade cannabis distribution

Czech Medical Herbs is a gateway to wholesale pharmaceutical distribution, clinical trials and botanical research in the world of medical grade cannabis. Czech Medical Herbs...
Evaluating the Canadian medical cannabis industry

Evaluating the Canadian medical cannabis industry

Deepak Anand reflects on the current state of the medical cannabis industry in Canada and looks ahead to its future. Deepak Anand is a key...
Aducanumab trials for Alzheimer’s disease stopped early

Aducanumab trials for Alzheimer’s disease stopped early

Pharmaceutical companies Biogen and Eisai announced they are to discontinue two phase III Aducanumab trials of the Alzheimer’s drug. The ENGAGE and EMERGE trials were...
Introducing the battle to regulate therapeutic medical cannabis in Spain

Introducing the battle to regulate therapeutic medical cannabis in Spain

Therapeutic medical cannabis is an ambiguous topic in the Spanish landscape. We explore this further with Carola Pérez, who delves into the projects that...
Revolutionary investment could help diagnose breast cancer and combat diseases

Revolutionary investment could help diagnose breast cancer and combat diseases

Backed by £23 million (~€26.8 million), cutting edge health projects could aid radiologists to combat diseases and diagnose breast cancer more effectively. 22 March 2019...
The Innovative Medicines Initiative: tackling neurodegenerative diseases

The Innovative Medicines Initiative: tackling neurodegenerative diseases

The Innovative Medicines Initiative launches a public-private coordination and support action to develop an operational platform for its projects battling neurodegenerative diseases. Madrid, Spain, 21...
Adrenomed’s Adrecizumab: the septic shock study that’s passed analysis

Adrenomed’s Adrecizumab: the septic shock study that’s passed analysis

Adrenomed’s septic shock study introduces Adrecizumab, a first-in-class antibody targeting Adrenomedullin, to restore and maintain vascular integrity in early septic shock. Hennigsdorf, Germany, 21 March...
Severe depression treatment and deep brain stimulation

Severe depression treatment and deep brain stimulation

World's largest study of deep brain stimulation in the brain's reward system was conducted providing sustained relief can patients use this as a form...
Can you sniff out the neurodegenerative disorder that is Parkinson’s?

Can you sniff out the neurodegenerative disorder that is Parkinson’s?

Parkinson's disease is the neurodegenerative disorder that currently has no definitive diagnostic test available – but research suggests Parkinson’s could possibly be detected through...
Tackling loneliness: Vodafone explores if technology makes us more alone

Tackling loneliness: Vodafone explores if technology makes us more alone

Do you think technology makes us more alone? Discover how multinational telecoms company, Vodafone, launched a new report into the role tech plays in...
Learn how the global urology imaging systems market is to account for almost €428.3 million

Learn how the global urology imaging systems market is to account for almost €428.3...

According to the latest research by the FMI, the global urology imaging systems market is expected to account for over $486.4 million (~€428.3 million),...
Is healthcare on the brink of a global workforce crisis?

Is healthcare on the brink of a global workforce crisis?

KPMG Global Chairman for Healthcare Dr Mark Britnell, cautions how healthcare is “on the brink of a global workforce crisis” – how prepared is...

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