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Of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, said the study to help new information, use some of the questions about the drug. Although the results of the study unlikely to affect policy, these products,nformation about the potential economic impact of biomarker-guided treatment with erlotinib. represents the unwillingness of public and private health systems and providers in the United States, to consider costs relative to benefits in decisions about access to these products, a clear signal to drug companies, he writes. It also makes the rest of the world with a need for information, the patients in whom the amount of benefit of therapies such as erlotinib can support a valid argument for their use identified. .. In an accompanying editorial, Scott D. Continue reading
On , a bio – therapeutics company dedicated commercialization of non-personalized , off-the-shelf, cell therapy products for a variety of degenerative, ischemic and autoimmune indications, announced that an Investigational Medicinal Product Dossier application with the Paul Ehrlich Institute , brought the German competent authority in the European Union , the clinical trials with its placental derived adherent stromal cell product to begin, called PLX-PAD, for the treatment of critical limb ischemia .
To health care.adership Without the federal level in Canadadoes Canada , a new vision for health at the federal level, writes Dr. Paul Hebert, Editor-in-Chief, CMAJ and Matthew Stanbrook, Deputy Editor in editorials just published. Continue reading