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World Health Organization (WHO) - Articles and news items

antibiotic-test

Tackling resistance: 3/4 Brits support mandatory test before antibiotic prescriptions

Industry news / 18 November 2016 / Niamh Louise Marriott, Digital Content Producer

Around three-quarters (74%) of people believe that a positive test for bacterial infection should be compulsory before being able to access antibiotics…

opioid-overdose

Mundipharma announces EU regulatory submission for Nyxoid

Industry news / 4 November 2016 / Niamh Louise Marriott, Digital Content Producer

Studies showed that Nyxoid is bioequivalent to injectable naloxone as a first line treatment for opioid overdose, with an intranasal 1.8 mg dose…

dengue vaccine injection

Sanofi sends half a million dengue vaccines to high risk Brazilians

Industry news / 15 August 2016 / Sanofi

Results of the study affirm the vaccine’s consistent efficacy in reducing dengue in two-thirds of the study participants, aged 9 and older. It also documents the ability of the vaccine to prevent 8 out of 10 hospitalisations and up to 93% of severe dengue cases in this age group during the 25 month follow-up phase of the studies…

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GSK adopts groundbreaking IP approach to expand access to its medicines

Industry news / 31 March 2016 / Victoria White

Sir Andrew Witty has set out a series of steps designed to help bring innovative GSK medicines to more people living in the world’s poorest countries…

maternal-immunisation

Maternal immunisation

Blog / 3 March 2016 / Emmanuel Hanon, Senior Vice President, Head of Vaccines Research & Development, GSK

Here, GSK’s Emmanuel Hanon discusses maternal vaccination and how it has emerged as a promising public health strategy…

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Zika Virus: a public emergency of international concern

Blog / 4 February 2016 / Victoria White, European Pharmaceutical Review

The Zika virus has taken hold in South America. Its possible link to microcephaly in newborn babies and neurological conditions has led the World Health Organization to declare a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. Here we discuss the virus, countermeasures and the race for a vaccine…

pharmaceutical industry

European Pharmaceutical Review’s top 10 stories from 2015

Blog / 28 January 2016 / Victoria White, Digital Content Producer, European Pharmaceutical Review

2015 was an interesting year for the pharmaceutical industry. Here we pick a selection of the top stories that hit the headlines…

antibiotic-resistance

WHO releases survey on antibiotic resistance

Industry news / 16 November 2015 / Victoria White

WHO’s multi-country survey reveals people are confused about antibiotic resistance and do not understand how to prevent it from growing…

measles

2015 global measles vaccination milestones off track, says WHO

Industry news / 13 November 2015 / Victoria White

New data shows that overall progress towards increasing global immunisation coverage has recently stagnated…

leprosy

Novartis donates $40 million of treatments to treat leprosy

Industry news / 28 August 2015 / Victoria White

Novartis has renewed its pledge with the World Health Organisation (WHO) to work to end leprosy by extending its donation of multidrug therapy medicines…

ebola

Sierra Leone down to last chain of Ebola transmission

Industry news / 17 August 2015 / Victoria White

An epidemiological week has now passed with no new Ebola cases in Sierra Leone for the first time since the beginning of the outbreak…

eib-ebola

Ebola vaccine found to have 100% efficacy in a Phase 3 trial

Industry news / 31 July 2015 / Victoria White

Merck said today that its Ebola vaccine candidate, rVSV-ZEBOV, was found to have 100% efficacy in an analysis of interim data from a Phase 3 ring trial…

 

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