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Apply to take part in trials using psilocybin to treat depression

Clinical trials will look at using psilocybin to treat depression

A new wave of scientific research into psilocybin has opened up new avenues for treating depression. King’s College London's Psychedelic Trials Group at the Centre...
Clinical trials anticipated for treating pancreatic cancer with cannabis

Clinical trials anticipated for treating pancreatic cancer with cannabis

A flavonoid of cannabis – FBL-03G – has been granted Orphan drug status by the United States Food and Drug Administration. It is anticipated this...
Introducing the clinical research facility with 20 years of ground-breaking experience

Introducing the clinical research facility with 20 years of ground-breaking experience

Based at Wythenshawe Hospital in Manchester and founded in 1999, clinical research facility MEU, is one of the UK’s leading specialist facilities, and this...
Secondary care leads the way for clinical safety – why GP surgeries need a CSO

Secondary care leads the way for clinical safety – why GP surgeries need a...

If we are implementing IT changes within the NHS that has a potential clinical effect, then clinical safety is important says Dr Ian Jackson,...
MGC Pharma: Pushing the envelope of phytocannabinoid-based research

MGC Pharma: Pushing the envelope of phytocannabinoid-based research

Did you know that MGC Pharmaceuticals is creating a seamless seed-to-pharma pipeline of high-quality, pharmaceutical grade phytocannabinoid-based products? As the world moves into a new...
5th Precision Medicine and Biomarkers Leaders Summit: Europe

5th Precision Medicine and Biomarkers Leaders Summit: Europe

Health Europa listened to InnVentis CEO Thomas Wilckens discuss some of the diagnostic and data challenges involved in precision medicine. The 5th Precision Medicine and...
Possibilities to control the presence of suppressive cells within a tumour are key factors in opening new avenues to fight against cancer growth.

Promoting anti-tumour immune responses

The development of strategies targeting immunosuppressive cells, molecules and pathways with less toxicity and with a more universal role in tumour progression is an...

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