Eleven pharma companies led by Pfizer and Novartis have set aside a combined $2 billion to invest in gene therapy manufacturing sector since 2018, according to a Reuters analysis, in a drive to better control production of the world’s priciest medicines.
The Ministry of Health and Prevention warned against a counterfeit medical product used to treat muscle disorders, saying that its use might result in health problems and risks.
Svante Paabo has spearheaded research comparing the genome of modern humans and our closest extinct relatives, the Neanderthals and Denisovans, showing that there was mixing between the species.
Some cases are accompanied by symptoms such as diarrhoea, coughing, nausea, or vomiting," Ministry spokesman Mohammad Syahril told reporters here on Wednesday.
When I was at university every morning my father would drop me off at the train station before he set off to work. One morning, as he dropped me off, I was in such a rush to get out of the car that I accidentally brushed the tip of my right
Pharmacists in the UK have finally realised that medication in those blister packs are finicky and are now opening and dispensing them into bottles for customers who find them impossible to open. You see, not everyone retains full dexterity in their hands. Some people lose a fair amount of it as they get older. With age can come,
I seem to remember reading in the old days that they would place the pill in a hollowed out tube, put the tube in the horse’s mouth and try to somehow blow a tablet down his throat. Now I don’t know how true this information is. It could just have been a gag by a comedian but it does highlight the challenge vets face when a horse
Without meaning to be unreasonably preachy, one would like to state, and in definite terms, that when there is a serious crisis all of us should jump in to deal with the impending problem. The person willing to help need not be a man worth
Medicines, even life-saving ones, in the wrong place and in the wrong doses can be pollutants, according to a Mongabay-India report. These chemical concoctions that enter the human bloodstream and alleviate much human suffering also often end up seeping into rivers, lakes and estuaries – with scientists still unsure about its ills.