GenEng News  Dec 15  Comment 
Researchers say they have used computational techniques that could lead to the development of novel, small macrocyclic peptide-based drugs. Peptides such as cyclosporine are stable like small molecules and selective like antibodies, they add. ...
FierceBiotech  Dec 14  Comment 
Stanford University scientists targeted flaviviruses by attacking a part of the host cell they depend on for survival, while a Harvard-led team shed light on the longevity of protection from a trio of Zika vaccines.
The Economic Times  Dec 14  Comment 
​​Companies can make and sell the 349 contested fixed dose combination drugs (FDCs) while Drugs Technical Advisory Board (DTAB) deliberates on the issue.
Clusterstock  Dec 14  Comment 
Relay Therapeutics, a biotech company that's trying to capture the motion of protein to develop better cancer drugs, just raised $63 million. The series B funding round was led by BVF Partners, with Bill Maris's Section 32 and GV.  The...
Channel News Asia  Dec 14  Comment 
It is shaping up to be a bumper year for drug approvals, with U.S. officials clearing twice as many novel medicines as in 2016, yet returns on research investment at leading pharmaceutical companies are down.
The Economic Times  Dec 13  Comment 
Emcure also did not respond to an email query as of press time while USV remained unreachable for a comment.
The Economic Times  Dec 13  Comment 
Delhi health minister Jain said the decision was taken after several complaints of astronomical profits being made by private hospitals on medicines and consumables.
MedPage Today  Dec 11  Comment 
(MedPage Today) -- Iowa nonprofit serves as model for redistributing leftover medications
Forbes  Dec 11  Comment 
So, let’s not denigrate new drugs that are not first-in-class upon FDA approval. These can be valuable new medicines whose true value will be determined only after significant use in patients.
Motley Fool  Dec 10  Comment 
But is "the more the merrier" really "the more the messier"?



A substance that has a physiological effect when ingested or otherwise introduced into the body. From 14c. "medicine, chemical ingredients, dry wares,” but specifically drugs and spices, with first element mistaken as word for the contents (see dry goods), or because medicines mostly consisted of dried herbs, “wares,” then specialized to “spices.”

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