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AI in Pharma and Biotech Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast, 2020 – 2030

AI in Pharma and Biotech Market: Introduction Artificial Intelligence (AI) in pharma refers to the system of interconnected and automated technologies in the biotech industry that can function autonomously, with little or no human intervention. AI is an emerging technology that is being applied in numerous facets of the pharma sector, ranging from drug development …

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Telstar promotes 360º solutions at CPhI Worldwide-2021

Terrassa (Barcelona). Telstar will be actively participating at CPhI, to be held in Milan, during 9-11th November 2021, promoting its personalized GMP consultancy & engineering reply to the new trends in pharma. The company will be displaying high-tech solutions in design, engineering and construction including complete and integrated turnkey pharmaceutical process production facilities, critical installations, clean …

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Telstar promotes 360º solutions at CPhI Worldwide-2021

Terrassa (Barcelona). Telstar will be actively participating at CPhI, to be held in Milan, during 9-11th November 2021, promoting its personalized GMP consultancy & engineering reply to the new trends in pharma. The company will be displaying high-tech solutions in design, engineering and construction including complete and integrated turnkey pharmaceutical process production facilities, critical installations, clean …

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Medical Writing — An Outsourcing Competency

The history of medical writing began with the rise of the modern clinical trial. A medical writer can be your most pivotal ally in a clinical trial. While clinic directors, data managers, and investigators in the pharmaceutical industry are required for clinical trials, medical writers are the glue that holds clinical trials together. The increase …

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Open Source “Wikipedia” for Drug Discovery

By Kambiz Shekdar, Ph.D. Open source drug discovery was proposed in the past in connection with third-world diseases like tuberculosis and malaria, but it is in the context of first-world indications where it is needed most. Despite untold investment by numerous pharmaceutical companies, FDA-approved drugs that target critical brain functions and conditions like anxiety, depression, …

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Utrace CEO Offers A Single Solution to Digital Serialization Problems

Unfair competition arising in the pharmaceutical markets and the presence of a shadow sector require the protection of the brand’s interests and confirmation of quality for the end customer. In recent years, the reaction to this has been the emergence of intercorporate methods of protecting goods from counterfeiting. The regulators of specific countries of national …

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Utrace Offers A Single Solution to Serialization Challenges

Unfair competition arising in the pharmaceutical markets and the presence of a shadow sector require the protection of the brand’s interests and confirmation of quality for the end customer. In recent years, the reaction to this has been the emergence of intercorporate methods of protecting goods from counterfeiting. The regulators of specific countries of national …

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World Pharmacists Day 2021 Celebration

25th September is celebrated as world pharmacists day, and it brings a new theme every year. The main motive behind this celebration is to give an excellent message to improve people’s health worldwide. And also, create an acceptance and encourage the role of a pharmacist in health. The pharmacist community from all over the world …

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Opioid use for pain relief increased as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic

The use of opioids for pain relief in patients awaiting hip and knee replacement surgery increased dramatically during the pandemic according to new research from the University of Aberdeen. Published in the BMJ Quality & Safety, the study found that the numbers of patients using opioids while waiting for surgery increased by 40% compared to pre-pandemic levels.   Opioids such as morphine and tramadol are …

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Remote Patient Monitoring Industry

Increasing burden of chronic diseases and rising awareness about necessity of early warning signs are fuelling the demand of remote patient monitors With the COVID-19 pandemic, health systems or hospitals rapidly adopted remote patient monitoring technology to maintain social distancing and thereby control viral spread. Patients suffering from COVID – 19 need to monitor blood …

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Codivir Shows Promising Effect Against COVID-19

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL / DE BILT, NETHERLANDS – Codivir, a short synthetic 16 amino-acid peptide, derived from the HIV-1 integrase, was originally discovered at the Hebrew University in Israel. Code Pharma discovered that the peptide had a direct antiviral effect against SARS-CoV-2, the novel Coronavirus causing COVID-19. In-vitro studies conducted at the British virology research laboratory …

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What is Registration Drift in pharmaceutical manufacturing, and how can I avoid it?

 By Dr Ash Ramzan, founder and principal consultant, Woodley BioReg During a pharmaceutical product’s lifetime, it’s widely known and accepted that manufacturing processes will drift within their specified ranges — typically due to equipment wear-and-tear and operator variance. To maintain the ‘validated state’, diligent producers spend a lot of time and effort in ensuring validation …

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Pharmaceutical Development and Medical Research Supply: 5 Things You Should Know

For researchers, the challenges are endless and the journey is anything but easy and straightforward. Every year, the pharmaceutical industry of the U.K alone plays a crucial part in developing new drugs that deliver numerous health benefits. Many aim to resolve critical diseases that threaten mankind. A vast majority of these drugs are expensive and …

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Rising Demand for Customized Medication To Transform Compounding Pharmacies Market Outlook

Compounding pharmacies, which involve the preparation and selling of prescribed medicines are gaining massive popularity across the healthcare sector owing to the rising awareness regarding the benefits of compounded medications. Besides, the shortfall of various drugs such as cancer medicines and other lifesaving drugs is fostering the demand for compounding pharmacy services. With increasing proclivity …

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Accelerating Investigator Recruitment with NLP

NLP and social graphs are effective instruments to speed up investigator recruitment and ensure timely pharmaceutical product releases. Read how NLP can leverage the power of unstructured data and help find doctors-influencers that can substantially provide assistance to a clinical trial. Igor Kruglyak is a Senior Advisor at the global IT service provider Avenga and …

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Two Immigrants, One Unique Plan For A Biopharma

The American Dream is why the United States is considered the “land of opportunity,” and why for centuries immigrants have flocked to our shores seeking their fortunes. Guo-Liang Yu, Ph.D., (China), and Sanjeev Redkar, Ph.D., (India), came to the U.S. in the 1980s. By anyone’s reasonable measure, both have achieved the American Dream. However, their …

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Best Features of Mobile Workstations in Pharmaceutical Production

The future of pharmaceutical manufacturing is mobile. Advances in cloud computing and the onset of Industry 4.0 has led to the proliferation of mobile IT solutions for manufacturing, including pharmaceuticals. Particularly, mobile workstations and tablets are becoming staples of the pharmaceutical manufacturing workflow due to their cost-effectiveness, particularly in demanding environments like cleanrooms, where even …

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Recommended Drugs to Undergo Incineration Process

Contributing factors such as the excessive carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and burned fossil fuels wounds the earth at large. Highly dangerous pollutants from agricultural runoffs, industrial junks, and even pharmaceutical waste can decrease human life expectancy by three years.  Pharmaceutical Pollution This type of pollution is practically a form of water pollution. Improper disposal …

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Using Behavioral Science in A Digital World

By Rotem Shor, Medisafe Chief Technology Officer Technology and health have experienced a convergence in the last few years, leading to a new state of digital health that is transforming how we live and work. But there is a greater science behind it that analyzes tremendous amounts of data to shape and personalize our health …

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How is Cell Isolation Revolutionizing Medical Industry?

One of the biggest medical advancements of recent times is the invention of the cell isolation method. Also known as cell sorting or cell separation, the cell isolation method has rapidly become an integral component of modern biological and medical research. In this method, a one-cell population or multiple cell types are isolated from a …

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The Themes of The World Pharmacists Day 2010-2020

Pharmacists are healthcare professionals who have enough knowledge about the effective uses of medications. World Pharmacist Day is celebrated on 25th September every year since 2010 on the day FIP (International Pharmaceutical Federation) started their journey. FIP encourages pharmacists to celebrate this day to promote and support the role of the pharmacist in the whole …

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Evidence of positive impact of pharmacists on patient safety published by FIP

The positive impacts of pharmacists in supporting medication without harm are described in a new publication from the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) released today. The World Health Organization reports that one in four patients is harmed by the care they receive in primary and ambulatory care settings, including harm from medicines. It estimates the global …

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Medical Face Shield Sales Can Soar Dramatically as Airborne Transmission Become a Real Threat

Medical face shield can become as ubiquitous as masks, as new findings on the airborne spread of Covid-19 influence behavior and guidelines. According to a latest study by Future Market Insights, medical face shields market will grow at over 11% CAGR through 2030. Medical face shields prove to be an effective means for first line protection against …

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Made-in-Singapore Cancer Drug ETC-159 Advances Further in Clinical Trials

First dose of ETC-159 administered in Phase 1B of clinical trials, advancing the development of this drug to treat solid tumours Made-in-Singapore cancer drug, ETC-159, has achieved a new developmental milestone in achieving “First Patient First Visit[1]” in Phase 1B. The first dose of ETC-159 has been administered to patients in this new phase of …

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