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NewsWire
NewsWire

'Bat Saliva' trials give hope to stroke sufferers

Clinical trials conducted by Paion GmbH have demonstrated that a protein from bat saliva could offer a new treatment for strokes or brain attacks. Patients in the phase II study were treated with Desmoteplase, a genetically engineered version of a blood clot-dissolving protein found in the saliva of vampire bats.

Published By MarketLine
11 Feb 2004
Expert View
Expert View

'Conservative' pharmaceutical industry slow to take advantage of online marketing opportunities

While the internet has altered the landscape in the retail sector and revolutionized the airline industry, pharmaceutical companies have been slow to take advantage of the marketing opportunities offered by the medium. With existing sales and marketing strategies widely considered unsustainable, the industry needs to evolve and engage with its customers online, or it risks being left behind.

Published By Datamonitor
23 Apr 2008
NewsWire
NewsWire

'Double suicide gene' therapy may offer safer treatment for prostate cancer

Published By MarketLine
24 Oct 2001
NewsWire
NewsWire

'Electronic Nurse' helps medical center monitor patient's symptoms

Montefiore Medical Center's Home Health Agency is using a new hi-tech interactive disease management system to supplement regular nursing visits to the homes of congestive heart failure patients in order to monitor their vital signs and reduce their chance of hospitalization.

Published By MarketLine
06 Jan 2006
NewsWire
NewsWire

'Friendly bacteria' could help stop spread of HIV

Scientists in the US have found that the 'friendly bacteria' found in yogurt can be genetically modified to release a drug that blocks HIV infection.

Published By MarketLine
18 Jan 2006
NewsWire
NewsWire

'Gene pill' patent extended to include all proteins secreted into blood

Published By MarketLine
18 Jul 2001
NewsWire
NewsWire

'Glowing' bacteria help St Jude researchers discover how anti-flu drug may prevent deadly bacterial pneumonia

Investigators at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital working on mice have shown how the potentially deadly cooperation between influenza virus and bacterial pneumonia infections can be foiled, even when treatment is delayed and flu levels in the lung have peaked.

Published By MarketLine
10 Mar 2003
NewsWire
NewsWire

'Migraine Mentors at Work' hope to prevent lost productivity due to migraine

Published By MarketLine
06 Jun 2001
NewsWire
NewsWire

'One-Stop' information source launched for organ transplant patients

The United Network for Organ Sharing has launched its expanded patient information. TransplantLiving.org has been transformed into a one-stop information resource to empower transplant patients and families before, during and after the transplant experience.

Published By MarketLine
04 Nov 2003
NewsWire
NewsWire

'Priority Review' status for Enbrel as treatment of psoriatic arthritis

Published By MarketLine
17 Sep 2001

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