A healthy body is the premise for our normal state. However, due to unhealthy lifestyles, genetic issues or unpredictable accidents, we might end up in an emergency situation which requires immediate attention. Hence, under these circumstances, first aid equipment could be the key to saving a life.
A new report by nonprofit group Initiative for Medicines, Access & Knowledge (I-MAK) exposes the prime offenders of the U.S. patent system, the pharma giants who are taking advantage of its loopholes to amass huge profits.
China's medical device market is growing at a rate of 20% a year, with more than 15,000 medical device manufacturers and 40,000 medical device traders. Often specific regions in the country have centralized manufacturing with higher production schedule efficiency of medical device products.
As a result of constant advances in the medical industry, there are numerous medical devices products on the market, often making it difficult to choose the most reliable ones, an important decision since some of these devices will be used to save or prolong patients’ life.
The DTP vaccine (diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis – used to treat whooping cough), particularly two batches of it, were recalled in October 2017 as they tested unsuccessful, as per the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control.
$7.6 million has been granted to SkinVision, an Amsterdam-based skin cancer screening app, as backing from active investors Leo Pharma and PHS Fund, with supplementary aid from unnamed new sponsors which the company called "high net worth impact investors."
After watching Scott Gottlieb, M.D. of the FDA comments regarding the rebate rule changes and a warning tweet on biosimilars, AbbVie investors are bailing out. But the industry watchers claim that they don’t need to be.
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