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Cancer drug fund top-up highlights value and price of innovation

Extra money for the Cancer Drugs Fund is welcome, giving treatment options to patients with cancers previously considered untreatable, while NICE must be in a position to influence future decisions.

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Protein aggregation: formulating a problemSubscription

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A better understanding of the interactions between therapeutic proteins and silicone oils, air bubbles and other particles inside prefilled syringes is prompting new approaches to formulation and syringe design.

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Pharmacy can help fight against EbolaSubscription

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As West African countries struggle to manage the current Ebola outbreak, more needs to be done internationally to improve the capabilities of the local pharmacy workforce.

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Ebola: what pharmacists need to knowSubscription

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Pharmacists are ideally placed to help educate the public during the current outbreak of Ebola virus disease.

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Atrial fibrillation guideline updatesSubscription

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How the latest clinical guidelines change the management of a cardiac arrhythmia affecting 1% of adults in the UK.

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Expanding the role of community pharmacy for the benefit of patientsSubscription

By Jeff Mills

Katie Hovenden explains how promoting public health has led to her being the first pharmacist to be named as an inspirational female leader by the Health Service Journal.

The Pharmaceutical Journal

6 September 2014, Vol 293, No 7826

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Interactions between therapeutic proteins and silicone oils, air bubbles and other particles inside prefilled syringes may affect the efficacy of biologics

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