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October 24

100% of patients respond to treatment within 24 hours
Treating inflammation may be bad idea, authors say
If approved, product’s launch expected in second quarter, 2015

October 23

Electronic health records increase docs’ bureaucratic burden, authors say
Absence of single gene drives inflammation
Noninvasive method detects compounds produced by Aspergillus fungi
Capsules reduce exogenous insulin requirements in mid-stage trial

October 22

TB/HIV co-epidemic poses key challenge
Researchers see possibility of vaccine for heart disease
Authors recommend bundled payments for hospitals and physicians

October 21

Reference pricing aims to cut costs
Safety involves three key principles
Experts anticipate launch of first therapies for geographic atrophy

October 20

Disease ignored by public, neglected by doctors, experts say
Flexible custom mask covers hollow eye socket at lower cost
Morphine/naltrexone combo expected to reduce oral abuse when crushed

October 17

Progressive scarring of lungs leaves patients short of breath
Studies will prepare vaccine candidate for clinical trials
Top-line results released in NIH-funded comparison of effectiveness
British research focused on the role of enzymes in bacteria

October 16

Medications and nonpharmacologic recommendations graded
Longer period might be needed to prevent virus spread, expert says
New data support efficacy of chimeric antigen receptor therapy

October 15

Additional exposures were expected, agency says
Novel antipsychotic and improved rescue therapy take center stage by 2023
Replaceable device allows urination without catheterization

October 14

Soliris takes the prize at nearly $537,000 per year
Modified sulfonylurea stimulates insulin release
Drug’s effect on weight change, sexual function similar to that of placebo
Approval decision expected in April 2015

October 13

Drug’s effect on weight change, sexual function similar to that of placebo

October 13

Living-cell bioformulation fails to provide significant improvement
Health care worker is first to develop disease in U.S.



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