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76. AstraZeneca to acquire rights to Actavis’ branded respiratory portfoli

AstraZeneca to acquire rights to Actavis’ branded respiratory portfolio in the US and Canada Date:12 Feb 2015Agreement strengthens AstraZeneca’s aclidinium respiratory franchise and adds immediate revenues with long-term growth potentialAstraZeneca and Actavis Plc today announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement under which AstraZeneca will acquire the rights to Actavis’ branded respiratorybusiness in the US and Canada for an initial consideration of


77. Electronic Document Management in Healthcare: Delivering a Paperless N

Electronic Document Management in Healthcare: Delivering a Paperless NHS Date: 01 July 2015“All NHS funded care services are expected to have digital and interoperable systems that remove the limitations of paper records and slow bureaucratic systems by 2020.” 13th November 2014, Department of Health“Having access to the right information at the right time enables excellence. It helps professionals document handovers accurately and makes it easier to share information


78. Shire Submits Application to the U.S. FDA for Approval of Lifitegrast

Shire Submits Application to the U.S. FDA for Approval of Lifitegrast For Treatment of Dry Eye Disease in Adults Date: 03/03/2015Shire plc (LSE: SHP, NASDAQ: SHPG) announced today that the company has submitted a New Drug Application (NDA) with the U. S. Food and Drug Administration for its investigational compound lifitegrast for the treatment of signs and symptoms of dry eye disease in adults.“Lifitegrast has potential to be the first treatment indicated to address both the signs an


79.  Scans may cut heart attack risk

 Scans may cut heart attack risk Date: 17/03/2015The SCOT-HEART study, led by the University of Edinburgh, tracked 4000 patients who were referred with symptoms of angina - a condition that restricts the blood supply to the heart.Half of the patients were given a cardiac CT - computerised tomography - scan in addition to standard diagnostic tests.Researchers found that around a quarter of patients had their diagnoses reclassified after receiving the scan, prompting new treatments in ma


80. Breastfeeding 'linked to higher IQ'

Breastfeeding 'linked to higher IQ' Date: 18/03/2015A long-term study has pointed to a link between breastfeeding and intelligence.The research in Brazil traced nearly 3,500 babies, from all walks of life, and found those who had been breastfed for longer went on to score higher on IQ tests as adults.Experts say the results, while not conclusive, appear to back current advice that babies should be exclusively breastfed for six months.But they say mothers should still have a choice about whe



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