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Blockchain in Healthcare - Top Applications, Benefits, and Key Companies
How Blockchain is Transforming the Healthcare Industry?

"Blockchain" is one of the most popular catchwords in the world of medical technology. A blockchain is a distributed method for producing and storing data records. It keeps a digital ledger of linked "blocks" of data that reflect how data is transferred, updated, or accessed on its peer-to-peer network. Blockchain ...

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Reimagining Clinical Trials: Why are Virtual Clinical Trials Becoming the New Normal?

Clinical trials are an essential part of the drug development process. Worldwide, more than 2 million clinical trials are registered and the number is steadily increasing over the past several years. While clinical trials are pivotal to analyze the efficacy of any new therapy or drug, every year, a lot is spent on ...

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Eli Lilly’s COVID-19 Antibody trial; Approval for Oriahnn; Gilead’s Remdesivir Clinical Trials result; Russia approves Avifavir to treat Covid-19

Eli Lilly and AbCellera announced the dosing of the patients suffering from COVID-19 with antibody candidate - LY-CoV555.  LY-CoV555 is a neutralizing IgG1 monoclonal antibody (mAb) that targets the spikes of the proteins of SARS-CoV-2. So far, COVID-19 has taken the lives of more than 372,000 people g...

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Cost ineffective Orphan Drugs limit the access

Rare diseases are mostly serious, chronic and life-threatening, associated with both psychological as well as financial burdens. In addition, only a few of them have effective drug treatment available. The European Union (EU) definition of a rare disease is one that affects fewer than 5 in 10,000 people. These affe...

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Nanoparticles
Now, Nanoparticles for Cancer Treatment

New areas of cancer treatment pop up every now and then without escaping our attention. And this time, it is—getting drugs directly into cancer tumors using Nanoparticles. If the buzz doing the rounds in the industry circles is to be believed, then a new cancer therapy, which will use Nanoparticles to deliver combi...

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Key to new Cancer drugs discovered in bacterial genomes Achievement is made by the scientists of The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) Florida campus who had previously discovered LNM E1 compound used to kill prostate cancer. This time they have unlocked the capability of LNM family molecules by “mining” the inform...

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Toll-Like Receptor Modulators: Emerging therapy for many indications

Toll-like receptors are a family of various related proteins that play a major role in the development and defense of plants and animals. These receptors were first discovered in Drosophila melanogaster in the late 20th century which later led to the identification of mammalian homologs. Human TLR family consists of...

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Alzeimer’s drug; Guardant Health receives approval; First Patient Dosed in Phase 1 Clinical Trial; Sunny Pharmtech and Vitruvias Therapeutics Receive FDA Approval

Another flop for Alzeimer’s as Late Stage drug of AxovantSciences fails in trial Axovant Sciences has reported the failure of their late-stage trial involving the testing of its pill Intepirdinecould not suppress Alzheimer's symptoms in participants of the trail. The news had plunged the Wall Street into another wav...

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Cannabidiol trial; MyoKardia aims; LDL drug data

Failure of Phase II cannabidiol trial leads to loss for Zynerba Zynerba Pharmaceuticals’ phase II trial for transdermal cannabinoid candidate missed all its endpoints, as it failed to hit a single goal or show a dose response raises big doubts about the drug's prospects. This news eroded around 55% off Zynerba’s sto...

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Hemophilia A- Market Scenario

Hemophilia is the most common inherited bleeding disorder which leads to spontaneous bleeding as the blood does not clot properly. Hemophilia, characterized by the spontaneous bleeding and swollen joints due to bleeding into the joints, is of several different types- such as Hemophilia A, Hemophilia B, and...

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