Understanding In-License and Out-License Pharmaceuticals

Posted on: 30 July 2019

In-license and out-license pharmaceuticals are terms you come across when dealing with drug commercialisation rights. To understand in-licensing and out-licensing, you need to think of two companies: Company A and Company B.  Assume that Company A innovates, produces and tests a drug. Based on clinical trials, it is found to work in treating a specific disease. The challenge then comes when Company A has to complete development or market the drug.
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Specifications to Look for When Purchasing Your First Hearing Aids

Posted on: 7 June 2019

Once you have lost a degree of your hearing, you could be a candidate for assistive devices to help with the improvement of your hearing. Thus, if an audiologist has prescribed hearing aids for you, you may be stumped as to which ones to buy. While traditional hearing aids were functional for enhancing one's hearing, new technology has brought about advanced devices that come with an array of features to make the hearing aids as convenient to use as possible.
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Should Your Child Play A Sport If They Have Asthma?

Posted on: 26 March 2019

If your child has recently been diagnosed as asthmatic, then you'll be learning how to manage their condition. As well as learning about their medications, you may also have to adapt to how asthma affects their life. As a parent, you want your child to be safe and well. You may worry about them playing sports now that they have a diagnosis. How does exercise affect children with asthma and is it safe for your child to play sports now?
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7 Tips to Prevent Spider Veins

Posted on: 20 February 2019

Spider veins are visible clusters of veins that most often appear around the tops of the calf muscles. The only way to completely eliminate spider veins is to get treatment from a vascular surgeon. However, these seven top tips could help you to prevent your spider veins from getting worse. They can also help to prevent spider veins in people who do not yet suffer from this problem. 1. Always Wear Sunscreen
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