Dr Philip Mack recently presented data in the Proceedings of the American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual meeting suggesting liquid biopsy detected cancer mutations in 85% of all advanced tumours...
20 April 2017
2 April 2017
Burn care has made strong progress in recent decades, with improved survival and quality of treatment. However, there are many challenges that overshadow the successes, including inflammation, infection, wound coverage...
29 March 2017
The UK set a historic precedent on 29 March by delivering to the European Council President Donald Tusk formal notification that it was invoking the untested Article 50 of the...
3 March 2017
Across the world, people are living longer and healthier lives, a study by the Imperial College of London shows.
2 March 2017
Millennials, a generation that now outnumbers the baby boomers, could be the key to alleviating burdens on our health care system and improving the health of future populations.
22 February 2017
As market pressures have increased, the pace of consolidation in the medical device industry has been accelerating in the past five years. However, the game-changing megamergers may be behind us.
13 February 2017
The recent regulatory freeze on all studies or data from scientists at the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) by President Trump’s administration has caused great concern within the scientific community.
10 February 2017
The prices of coronary stents sold in India dropped to less than half of their previous values at the end of January. India’s governing body in control of medical device...
26 January 2017
Doctors once predominantly made decisions over their patients’ health, but times are changing. The physician-patient relationship is evolving into a more even partnership, through patients’ increasing knowledge and awareness of...
25 January 2017
Fake news is infamous for the role it played in the politics of the post-truth era, with experts claiming it as the driving force behind events such as Brexit and...