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Achieving the WHO’s Global Action Plan for Dementia

Interview conducted by Kate Anderton, B.Sc.Jun 28 2018 Thought LeadersDr. Matthew NortonDirectorAlzheimer’s Research UK An interview with Dr. Matthew Norton, conducted by Kate Anderton, BSc…

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Studying The Effects of Microgravity on Muscle Mass

Interview conducted by Kate Anderton, B.Sc.Jun 25 2018 Thought LeadersProfessor Louis Yuge The Division of Bio-Environment Adaptation SciencesHiroshima University An interview with Professor Louis Yuge,…

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Harnessing Pediatric Cancer Genomic Data in the Cloud

Interview conducted by Kate Anderton, B.Sc.Jun 21 2018 Thought LeadersDr. Jinghui ZhangChair, Department of Computational BiologySt. Jude Children’s Research Hospital An interview with Dr. Jinghui…

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Multidisciplinary Human-Focused Research

Sponsored Content by Logos BiosystemsJun 20 2018 Thought LeadersProfessor Arti AhluwaliaDirector of Centro E. PiaggioUniversity of Pisa An interview with Prof. Arti Ahluwalia, conducted by…

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Zika Virus: What Does the Future Hold?

Interview conducted by Kate Anderton, B.Sc.Jun 18 2018 Thought LeadersProfessor Julia ClarkeProfessor of NeuroscienceThe Federal University of Rio de Janeiro An interview with Professor Julia…

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Vitamin D and Diabetes: What You Need To Know

Interview conducted by Kate Anderton, B.Sc.Jun 15 2018 Thought LeadersDr. Cedric GarlandDepartment of Family Medicine and Public HealthUniversity of California San Diego An interview with…

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Revealed: The average salary of pharmacists at Boots, Lloyds and Well

The survey, which included data submitted by 196 “second or non-manager” pharmacists at the UK’s largest three multiples – Boots, Lloydspharmacy and Well – ran…

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Emollients among 8 treatments that may be scrapped from prescriptions

The eight treatments are the latest in a range of medicines and services that NHS England has said should not be routinely prescribed, because they…

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‘Snowball’ of pharmacy closures within weeks, negotiator warns

Pharmacy owners have “a matter of weeks”, and “certainly no more than a couple of months”, before they will be forced to close as a…

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Hancock tells parliament ‘French model’ is his pharmacy ‘inspiration’

Speaking in the House of Commons yesterday (November 5), Mr Hancock said he looked to the French model for inspiration on “keeping people out of…

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