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43 results for: life sciences regulatory
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For many years the landscape for the pricing of branded medicines in the UK was stable. This no longer appears to be the case. In recent...
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According to a recent article from the Verge, the US' Drug Enforcement Administration has opened an investigation into Done Global Inc, a...
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The MHRA has now published the Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC) response to the public consultation on future changes to the...
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Permitted embryo? What on Earth is this all about? Why does anyone need to permit a human embryo? Who other than the embryo's parents...
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Well, it's finally here. Yesterday marked the Date of Application of the European Union's new In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Device...
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On Friday, the Guardian newspaper shared comments from Peter Thompson, chief executive of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology...
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BVMed, the German trade body for MedTech, has been quite vocal on the subject of the new EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR) lately....
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Here is my off-the-cuff reaction to the UK government's briefing note on a bill announced in this afternoon's Queen's speech: the Genetic...
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On 27 April, the Progress Educational Trust (PET), a charity with the aim of advancing the public understanding of science, law and...
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The MHRA recently published its annual report on Delivering High Standards in Medicines Advertising Regulation. This 16th edition of the...
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I welcome Peter Thompson’s response to my request for HFEA clarification of the status of embryo aneuploidy testing (PGT-A) in the United...
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At the end of 2018, a Chinese scientist proudly declared to an international conference on genome editing that he had made the big...