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  • Rare diseases and orphan drugs Latvian story Orphanet

    National Plan For Rare Diseases

  • Target prices for mass production of tyrosine kinase

    Objective To calculate sustainable generic prices for 4 tyrosine kinase inhibitors (TKIs). Background TKIs have proven survival benefits in the treatment of several cancers, including chronic myeloid leukaemia, breast, liver, renal and lung cancer. However, current high prices are a barrier to treatment. Mass production of low-cost generic antiretrovirals has led to over 13 million people

  • Advanced therapies Public Health

     · Advanced therapies. Advanced therapy refers to new medical products that use gene therapy, cell therapy, and tissue engineering. They can be used to treat diseases or injuries, such as skin in burns victims, Alzheimer's, and cancer or muscular

  • Bayer's Products from A to Z

     · Cardiology. Aspirin™. A pain-reliever that works against headaches as well as acute back, muscle and joint pain. Low-dose Aspirin™ is also used during suspected heart attack to help reduce damage to the heart, and as cornerstone therapy for reducing risk of recurrent CV events, specifically, heart attack and ischemic stroke. Consumer Health.

  • Cancer GACD

    Specific Challenge. The Global Alliance for Chronic Diseases (GACD) funding call will focus on implementation research proposals for the primary and/or secondary prevention of cancer in Low- and Middle-Income Countries (LMIC s) and/or in populations facing conditions of vulnerability in High-Income Countries (HIC s).Cancer is becoming one of the most important public health problems worldwide

  • D,L-sulforaphane-induced apoptosis in human breast cancer

    Cancer chemopreventive response to D,L-sulforaphane (SFN), a synthetic racemic analogue of broccoli constituent L-sulforaphane, is partly attributable to apoptosis induction, but the mechanism of cell death is not fully understood. The present study demonstrates a critical role for adapter protein p

  • Universal health coverage financial protection country

     · New evidence on financial protection in the United Kingdom (2018) Financial protection in high-income countries. A comparison of the Czech Republic, Estonia and Latvia (2018)

  • Closed System Drug-Transfer Device (CSTD) Research

     · CSTD bag or infusion adapter attached to an IV bag. NIOSH defines a Closed System Drug-Transfer Device (CSTD) as “a drug transfer device that mechanically prohibits the transfer of environmental contaminants into the system and the escape of the hazardous drug or vapor concentrations outside the system” [NIOSH 2004].

  • Avastin European Medicines Agency

     · Avastin is a cancer medicine used to treat adults with the following types of cancer, in combination with other cancer medicines cancer of the colon (large intestine) or rectum that is metastatic (has spread to other parts of the body), in combination with chemotherapy medicines that include a ‘fluoropyrimidine’

  • Medicines and doping substances worth €73 million seized

     · Europol coordinated operation Shield, a global effort to target trafficking of counterfeit and misused medicines and doping substances. The operation was led by Finland, France, Greece and Italy and involved law enforcement authorities from 27* countries (19 EU Member States and 8 third-party countries), the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF), the Pharmaceutical Security Institute and the

  • Access to Cytotoxic Medicines by Children With Cancer A

     · INTRODUCTION. Among the myriad of challenges encountered in delivering care to children with cancer in low and middle income countries is the provision of medicines—both antineoplastic drugs and those used for supportive care. 1 A key issue is the identification of the priority medicines for supply in the public sector, and here the role played by the World Health Organization (WHO) has been

  • International Cancer Conference 2021 Cancer Conferences

    Cancer conference 2021 is a meeting place to discuss ongoing research in the field of cancer and oncology, which is recognized as International cancer conference 2021 scheduled at Paris, France during September 17-18. It is the top event among all other upcoming oncology conferences, cancer conferences, radiology conferences

  • A synthetic probiotic engineered for colorectal cancer

     · Designing an effective drug delivery system for CRC therapy. Figure 1a depicts the design principle of a synthetic probiotic that employs the P8 therapeutic protein to treat or prevent CRC. To design an anti-CRC therapeutic probiotic with enhanced stability and efficacy, we first adopted the alr complementation system that can prevent curing of the P8 expression vector, pCBT24-2 [], in the

  • Latvia, Lithuania take emergency action over Belarus

    Latvia on Tuesday (10 August) declared a local state of emergency along its border with Belarus, as Lithuanian lawmakers approved the construction of a fence to stem an influx of illegal migrants.

  • BD PhaSeal™ Optima SystemBD

     · Optimized with you, for you. The BD PhaSeal ™ System pioneered the category of closed-system drug transfer devices (CSTDs) to help protect the pharmacists and clinicians who prepare and administer hazardous drugs. 20 years later, we turned to healthcare professionals like you for feedback and guidance to optimize its every component. The result is the BD PhaSeal Optima System—a next

  • Every New Cancer Drug In 2017 Cost $100,000 Or More l

    The price of new oncology brands doubled in the US from 2013 to 2017, bringing the median annual price to more than $160,000 last year, up from $79,000 in 2013, according to a new IQVIA report. Spending on cancer drugs in the US has doubled since 2012, reaching nearly $50bn in 2017.

  • PipelineMSD

    Updated May 5, 2021. Our pipeline provides an overview of our late-stage clinical development programs and is updated quarterly. V114 is an investigational vaccine currently being evaluated for its ability to provide protection against pneumococcal disease caused by serotypes contained in the vaccine. 1Being developed in collaboration.

  • Cellular processing of platinum anticancer drugs Nature

     · Cisplatin is a platinum-based drug that has been in widespread use for many years to treat several forms of cancer, including testicular, ovarian, cervical, head and neck, and non-small-cell lung

  • Guidelines for Cytotoxic (Antineoplastic) Drugs

    2 days ago · OSHA Instruction PUB 8-1.1 JAN 29, 1986 Office of Occupational Medicine. Subject Guidelines for Cytotoxic (Antineoplastic) Drugs. A. Purpose. This instruction provides a description of the hazard during the use of antineoplastic drugs in the health care delivery system and recommends controls and work practice technique to reduce the risks of that hazard.

  • Nano-based delivery of RNAi in cancer therapy Molecular

     · RNA interference (RNAi), a newly developed method in which RNA molecules inhibit gene expression, has recently received considerable research attention. In the development of RNAi-based therapies, nanoparticles, which have distinctive size effects along with facile modification strategies and are capable of mediating effective RNAi with targeting potential, are attracting extensive interest.

  • Bayer's Products from A to Z

     · Cardiology. Aspirin™. A pain-reliever that works against headaches as well as acute back, muscle and joint pain. Low-dose Aspirin™ is also used during suspected heart attack to help reduce damage to the heart, and as cornerstone therapy for reducing risk of recurrent CV events, specifically, heart attack and ischemic stroke. Consumer Health.

  • Cancer patients have little protection against Covid after

     · More than half of cancer patients who receive one dose of the Pfizer vaccine are left with little protection against Covid. But if a second dose is given three weeks after, their immunity is on par with non-cancer patients.

  • What is Liver cancer?Boston Scientific

     · Liver cancer is a cancer that occurs in the liver. Also known as hepatic cancer, it can be classified as primary or secondary Primary liver cancer is the 6th most common cancer in the world, with more than 800,000 new cases diagnosed each year. The most common type of primary liver cancer is hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC).

  • Tankyrase and the Canonical Wnt Pathway Cancer Research

    Lung cancer is the leading cause of death worldwide. Adenocarcinomas, the most common histologic subtype of non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), are frequently associated with activating mutations in the epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) gene. Although these patients often respond clinically to the EGFR tyrosine kinase inhibitors erlotinib and gefitinib, relapse inevitably occurs

  • Drug and Alcohol Prevention Education Regular Workshops

    KELY delivers learning opportunities around a range of issues that affect young people and their wellbeing, including drug and alcohol prevention. Through experiential learning activities, group discussions and a fun, interactive training style, this programme enables young people to understand the risks associated with drugs and alcohol and develop their own strategies for drug prevention.

  • Tankyrase and the Canonical Wnt Pathway Cancer Research

    Lung cancer is the leading cause of death worldwide. Adenocarcinomas, the most common histologic subtype of non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), are frequently associated with activating mutations in the epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) gene. Although these patients often respond clinically to the EGFR tyrosine kinase inhibitors erlotinib and gefitinib, relapse inevitably occurs

  • Home Varian

     · Imagine a world without fear of cancer. We do. This vision drives everything we do. It inspires our mission to combine the ingenuity of people with the power of data and technology to achieve new victories against cancer.

  • Travelling abroad Cancer information Cancer Research UK

    The EHIC and UK GHIC doesn't cover the cost of any medical treatment that you planned in advance, only for unexpected needs. But if you need continued treatment for an ongoing illness while you're abroad, such as regular injections, the EHIC or UK GHIC covers this.