Archive for August, 2015

Clinical Trial Finds Moderate Cooling Improves Transplant Results

Global Value Dossiers (GVD)

Michael has worked on global value dossiers (GVD) for pipeline and marketed pharmaceuticals as well as medical devices in the cardiac surgery and wound healing space.  These value dossiers reflect detailed assessment of payer reimbursement levels, value propositions in terms of net savings to the payers, and competitive market assessments.  Normally, Michael is tasked as […]

First Class Warfare

New drug delivery technologies seek to advance personalized oncology treatments

  Ongoing research on two new drug delivery systems could help clinicians more accurately understand how certain tumors react to different treatments, according to the Journal of the American Medical Association … Read Novartis to assess biologics with micro-sugar-needle delivery tech Novartis has partnered with Google-backed Rani Therapeutics to assess an oral platform which delivers […]

Chlorella – A Natural Detoxifier by Jennifer Good

Let’s explore the green algae known as Chlorella. The name is taken from the Greek chloros, which means green, and the Latin suffix ella, meaning small. This supplement is growing in popularity in the US, and in Japan it is already one of the most widely used supplements. In fact, chlorella use in Japan is […]

Testosterone normalization associated with lower risk of heart attack, stroke and mortality from all causes over follow-up

Tuesday, August 11, 2015. On August 5, 2015, an article published in European Heart Journal reported that normalization of low testosterone levels through the use of testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) was associated with a significant decrease in the risk of myocardial infarction (MI, or heart attack), stroke and premature mortality from all causes in a […]

Biochemical break down of metabolic changes with cola consumption

Source: Biochemical break down of metabolic changes with cola consumption