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Determining the Optimal Biomarker Frequency for Biosensors

Sponsored Content by Metrohm AGMay 22 2018Reviewed by Alina Shrourou, BSc Thought LeadersChi-En LinMetrohm Young Chemist of the Year AwardPhD Candidate, Arizona State University An…

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Raising Awareness of Childhood Dementia

Interview conducted by Kate Anderton, B.Sc.May 18 2018 Thought LeadersProfessor Paul GissenHonorary Consultant in Paediatric Metabolic DiseasesGreat Ormond Street Hospital An interview with Professor Paul…

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Post-menopausal Conversations: Why You Should Talk to Your Clinician

Interview conducted by Kate Anderton, B.Sc.May 16 2018 Thought LeadersDr. Mickey KarramDirector of UrogynecologyThe Christ Hospital An interview with Dr. Mickey Karram, M.D., conducted by…

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Familial Chylomicronemia Syndrome: How HCP’s can Support Patients with Rare Diseases

Interview conducted by Alina Shrourou, BScMay 15 2018 Thought LeadersDr Robert CrambMedical AdvisorWest Midlands screening service for Familial Hypercholesterolaemia An interview with Dr Robert Cramb,…

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Superintendent pay rises faster than that of pharmacy branch managers

The average salary of the 59 superintendent pharmacists who completed the C+D Salary Survey – which ran throughout October – rose from £48,596 in 2017…

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Pharmacy owner jailed for life for murder of pharmacist wife

Mitesh Patel, the owner of Roman Road Pharmacy, was charged with the murder of Jessica Patel – who also worked at the pharmacy – after…

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C+D unveils new bloggers to chronicle the pharmacy experience

The anonymous writers – of whom the first five are being revealed today (see below) – will shed light on different aspects of pharmacy in…

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Healthy living pharmacies to play ‘stronger role’ in future of NHS

Launching its ‘Prevention is better than cure’ strategy this morning (November 5), the Department of Health and Social Care (DH) said it will “put prevention…

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Supreme Court rejects Pfizer’s pregabalin pain patent claim

The legal battle was last seen in the Court of Appeal in 2016, which upheld the previous year’s High Court decision that Pfizer’s patent for…

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Pregabalin judgment hasn’t resolved pharmacists’ wider patent concerns

The court dismissed Pfizer’s attempt to prevent generic pregabalin from being used to treat certain types of pain, such as neuropathic pain, yesterday (November 14)….

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