Metformin was introduced in 1957 and has been used clinically for more than 50 years. It is currently one of the most widely used oral hypoglycemic agents in the world. Metformin has good evidence of efficacy and safety of single-agent/combination therapy, as well as evidence of good health economics. Regardless… Continue Reading Is it effective to use metformin for weight loss?
I Mysterious disappearing tumor In the oncology department for a long time, there is always a chance to meet miracles. About ten years ago, Archie Tse also worked at the Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. At that time, he took over a patient with advanced pancreatic cancer. The prognosis of most patients… Continue Reading STING Hunter: Can a new generation of therapy sweep the field of tumor immunity?
Helping clients improve the efficiency of clinical development will continue to be the core competencies of clinical CRO companies in 2018 and in the future. Pharmaceutical companies will unremittingly find new ways to shorten the development cycle and reduce costs. Therefore, CRO companies that rely on professional skills rather than… Continue Reading Clinical CRO Industry Trends in 2018
Complex organic molecules are the basic components of life. We know from many astronomical observations that they are not exclusively owned by the Earth. There are lots of natural formations of organic biomolecules in the interstellar medium near the stars, comets, and even many planetary satellites in the solar system.… Continue Reading How is the basic composition of life formed in outer space?
The in vivo distribution of drugs is an important basis for the selection of antimicrobial drugs. Such as bacterial meningitis, it is appropriate to use a higher concentration of antibiotics in cerebrospinal fluid; Hepatobiliary system infection should choose the higher concentration of bile, and should be combined with possible pathogenic… Continue Reading Distribution of Antibacterial Drugs in Tissues and Organs
In 2017, it was honored as the first year of major changes in the intellectual property of pharmaceuticals. Patent linking system, orange book, patent term compensation, data protection system, these ever-familiar words are familiar to Chinese medicine people from this year. Both the generic medicine and the new medicine industry… Continue Reading An article to read the big game of drug patent link reform in China
The life span of different mammals can be a hundredfold different. What factors influence the lifespan of species? Although human understanding of the link between decoding genetics and longevity remains to be developed, a series of studies have revealed important clues that the genome affects lifespan. The Arctic right whale… Continue Reading Why can they live 200 years?
Today, GW Pharmaceuticals and its subsidiary Greenwich Biosciences, a biopharmaceutical company focused on discovering, developing and promoting therapeutic cannabis-based new drugs, announced that the US FDA’s Peripheral and Central Nervous System Drug Advisory Committee unanimously supports the approval of on-going research on cannabidiol oral solutions ( A New Drug Application… Continue Reading The first cannabinoid drug was approved by an FDA expert. Expected to be approved this year
Tessa Therapeutics, a Singapore-based cell therapy company, announced that due to increased investment demand, the company has received 50 million US dollars in financing, making the total amount of E round of financing reached 130 million US dollars. After completing this round of financing, Tessa will comprehensively accelerate the development… Continue Reading Tessa Completes $130 Million Financing to Accelerate Global Clinical Development of T Cell Therapy
There are many drugs that are inhaled by atomization, and the most widely used ones are of course glucocorticoids (budesonide), bronchodilators (salbutamol, ipratropium bromide), etc. The efficacy is definite and the adverse reactions are small. In view of the fact that clinically there are people who have inhaled ambroxol injection,… Continue Reading Commonly used aerosol inhalation drugs