Essential role of healthcare scientists praised:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The UK government has pledged to promote the work and career development of healthcare scientists, with the aim of ensuring continued innovation into all aspects of healthcare. The Department of Health has praised the work of the 40,000 scientists of the National Health Service in England, for their "essential role" in both technological innovation and the day-to-day work in such areas as radiology safety, operation of renal dialysis equipment and other blood-processing techniques and the operation of heart-lung equipment during surgery. The plan is part of the government's modernisation agenda, as set out in the national plan, announced last year (see Clinica No 919, pp 1-2). More UK news on page 7.
You may also be interested in...
Amarin had argued that Vascepa’s sales success showed that its patents were not obvious, but the court found otherwise, even as it concluded that Hikma, Dr. Reddy's and West-Ward has infringed on the fish oil pill's patents.
FTC pursuing bogus health and other products or services capitalizing on Covid-19 fear with scams skyrocketing. However, FTC says its enforcement will consider whether businesses are making good faith efforts to produce products in high demand.
Warning letters show FDA's coronavirus investigations inthe consumer health marketplace didn't stop when it suspended facility inspections. The letters identify firms that previously marketed only bedding products as offering supplements with coronavirus claims or that are in other countries and are shipping to US consumers products promoted with coronavirus claims.