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  • Limited success for AIDS vaccine but there is hope for some ethnic groups Subscription

    7 MAR 2003 8:54

    Vaxgen has reported a low overall success rate for its vaccine, Aidsvax, in a study designed to test how well the vaccine prevents HIV infection. Black and Asian subgroups, however, showed a better response than the study population as a whole.

  • As the European Union expands, what are the implications for pharmacy? Subscription

    1 MAY 2004 0:00 By Pamela Mason

    On May 1, the EU will expand from its current membership of 15 countries to 25 countries. Pamela Mason examines the diversity in health, health systems and pharmacy practice in the enlarged union

  • European Union funds antibiotic resistance network

    25 MAR 2006 0:00

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  • European Union funds antibiotic resistance network

    25 MAR 2006 0:00

    Research into antimicrobial resistance in Europe is to be co-ordinated by a new network funded under the European Union's research framework programme.

  • Cross-border health care planned for European Union

    22 SEP 2006 23:00

    Plans to facilitate cross-border health care have been announced by the European Commission following the European Parliament's removal of health from the forthcoming services directive (PJ, 4 March, p255).

  • AAH (Wholesaler updates, March 2008)

    15 MAR 2008 11:44

    Celesio profits riseAAH Pharmaceuticals’ parent company Celesio has achieved a 3.6 per cent increase in revenue — from €21.6bn in 2006 to €22.3bn in 2007 — despite difficult competitive conditions in the wholesale sector, it was announced in March 2008.

  • The man who left us his “Ch” Subscription

    26 APR 2008 12:58

    The name Joseph-Frédéric-Benoît Charrière may not roll easily off the tongue, and its 19th century owner may now be largely forgotten. But although few will be aware of his full name, the first two letters of his surname still live on in the field of urology.

  • Colette McCreedy’s thoughts on Europe

    1 MAY 2008 By Matthew Wright

    Colette McCreedy from the National Pharmacy Association spoke to Matthew Wright about her work with the PGEU  

  • Avian influenza virus particles

    Pre-pandemic bird flu vaccine approved for Europe

    24 MAY 2008 9:43

    This week (May 2008) the first marketing authorisation for an H5N1 pre-pandemic vaccine for humans — GlaxoSmithKline’s Prepandrix — has been granted by the European Commission.

  • Survey highlights role in obesity

    24 MAY 2008 11:53

    Over 90 per cent of pharmacists think they are best placed to advise patients how their behaviour can help them lose weight, are keen to offer advice around weight loss medication, and believe that, with the right support, pharmacists can run obesity reduction services, a survey of 350 European pharmacists reveals.

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