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3-D Printed Casts Offer Patients Customized Solutions for Bone Breaks

The casts, created by Spanish startup Xkelet, are waterproof, itch-proof, easily removed, and can be reused, eliminating the time and cos

By Susan Shepard is a freelance contributor to MD + DI. 4 month ago


Edible Fungus (Edible Products) Market Growing Popularity and Emerging Trends : Xuerong Biotechnology, Ruyiqing, Jiangsu Hualv, HuBei SenYuan

Edison, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/13/2019 -- SB Wire | Source : HTF Market Intelligence Consulting Private Limited 12 month ago


Singapore PM warns that healthcare spending is rising faster than GDP

The government’s healthcare expenditure exceeds $9b a year.

Singapore’s prime minister Lee Hsien Loong stressed that even though the government’s healthcare expenditure exceeds $9b a year, it will continue to rise faster than the country’s GDP, according to his speec

By HEALTHCARE, STAFF REPORTER, SINGAPORE 1 year ago


Fostering Organizational Collaboration in the Life Sciences

As automation technologies continue to incorporate commercial off the shelf technologies and cybersecurity concerns grow, the need for manufacturers’ Information Technology (IT), Operational Technology (OT) and Quality teams to collaborate grows.

In a PharmTech article, Improving

By Fostering-Organizational-Collaboration-in-the-Life-Sciences 1 year ago


Accenture to Acquire ESP to Help Life Sciences Clients Digitize and Transform Manufacturing Operations

NEW YORK & DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--

Planned acquisition will expand Accenture’s Industry X.0 capabilities and continue Accenture’s investment in Ireland

Accenture (ACN) has agreed to acquire Enterprise System Partners (ESP), a consulting and manufacturing service

By Accenture-to-Acquire-ESP-to-Help-Life-Sciences-Clients-Digitize-and-Transform-Manufacturing-Operations 1 year ago


Tasso Gets $6M For Device That Lets Users Self-Collect Blood Samples

Xconomy Seattle — 

Tasso, a Seattle-based startup that is developing an at-home blood sample collection device, announced Tuesday it has raised $6.1 million from investors. The new money will support its effort to launch sales of the device, Tasso OnDemand, in the

By Tasso-Gets-$6M-For-Device-That-Lets-Users-Self-Collect-Blood-Samples 1 year ago


The Case for CRISPR Babies

In November 2018, a Rubicon was crossed in biomedical science. Chinese researcher He Jiankui announced he had created the first “CRISPR babies”?—?infants whose genomes were edited before they were born. The outcry was swift and scathing. Scientists condemned the experiments

By The-Case-for-CRISPR-Babies 1 year ago


Three ways AI is changing healthcare forever

AI-powered technologies are becoming prevalent across several industries, spanning education, energy, finance and, more recently, healthcare. Over the last few years, the growth in AI technology has empowered healthcare businesses to run more efficiently, better serve patients and members of staf

By Three-ways-AI-is-changing-healthcare-forever 1 year ago


Nasdaq-listed Icon forecasting big hike in revenues this year

Dublin-headquartered clinical trials company Icon, which employs more than 1,000 people in Ireland, has said it expects revenues of between $2.73 billion (€2.4 billion) and $2.83 billion this year. This would represent full-year revenue growth of between 5.2 per cent and 9 per cent.

By Source: Irish Times 1 year ago


Takeda Pharmaceutical CEO Talks Big Pharma Trends

Big pharmaceutical companies have begun 2019 with a bang.

Blockbuster deals like Bristol Myers Squibb's (BMY) $74 billion deal for Celgene (CELG) , Eli Lilly's (LLY) $8 billion deal for Loxo Oncology, and Takeda Pharmaceutical's (TAK) $62 billion buyout of Shire Plc have signale

By By Kevin Curran (TheStreet.com) 1 year ago