Tag Archives: diagnostics
By Guest Blogger | Published: February 1, 2012
By Patricia Van Arnum, Pharmaceutical Technology. Personalized medicine, which targets individualized treatment and care based on personal and genetic variations, holds much promise for the pharmaceutical industry. Several pharmaceutical majors continue to invest in this emerging field as evident by Roche’s $5.7-billion bid last week for Illumina, a provider of gene-sequencing tools and related analytics.
By Julian Upton | Published: October 27, 2010
Buried among the savage, £83 billion-worth of cuts announced by the UK coalition government’s controversial Comprehensive Spending Review last week was confirmation that the Department of Health would not be taking forward the previous government’s pledge to introduce a one-week target for cancer testing. Under the Labour government, the time that it took for a patient [...]
By Julian Upton | Published: February 1, 2010
Guest blog by Dr Brian White, an analyst at Shore Capital. As a result of the feared impact of the patent expiry cliff, the decimation of branded sales by multi-sourced generics and the obstacles erected, especially by managed care in the US, to slow the uptake of branded pharmaceuticals where a generic in the same class [...]