On Tuesday, 12/16/14, CNN released an article on their website that stated that teen drug abuse has declined in 2014. The article included drinking, recreational drugs and prescription drugs in their findings. 117 more words
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My new piece for Scienceline is on 3D printing drugs. Researchers at the University of Central Lancashire in England have filed a patent for a 3D printer that can produce complex tablets using chemical “ink.” The technology would be a boon for personalized medicine–but it might also mean unfettered, and in some cases dangerous, access to experimental drugs. 20 more words
Michelle Donnison is a Senior Pharmacy Technician at York Hospital, working on the conduct of clinical trials.
Michelle talked us through the varied roles that her current job involves, including the setting up of trials, dispensing of medicines, liaising with sponsors and hosting monitoring visits. 96 more words
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), Merck, Sanofi-Aventis and others are now able to build on their established positions to market their products to Africa’s growing middle classes.
It is obviously in the financial interests of such companies to promote the attractiveness of branded drugs and indeed there is a certain pharmaceutical brand-snobbery among more prosperous Africans in some countries. 520 more words
We are Supplier of Sofosbuvir from India.
Manufactured By Cipla Ltd
We can offer at very low prices for end Patients.
Sofosbuvir (brand names Sovaldi and Virunon) is a nucleotide analog used in combination with other drugs for the treatment of hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection. 189 more words