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3 key ways digital health is changing medication adherence in clinical trials | Pharma: Trends and Uses Of Mobile Apps and Digital Marketing

3 key ways digital health is changing medication adherence in clinical trials | Pharma: Trends and Uses Of Mobile Apps and Digital Marketing | Clinical Trials | Scoop.it
Digital health technologies are providing pharma companies with actionable insights into the medication-taking behaviors of trial participants.
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Infertile women could get new wombs grown from stem cells within 10 years, says transplant pioneer 

Infertile women could get new wombs grown from stem cells within 10 years, says transplant pioneer  | Clinical Trials | Scoop.it
Infertile women could be implanted with new wombs grown from their own stem cells within 10 years, the doctor who achieved the first uterus transplant has predicted.
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Artificial pancreases set to make living with diabetes easier by 2018

Artificial pancreases set to make living with diabetes easier by 2018 | Clinical Trials | Scoop.it
Sufferers of type 1 diabetes are required to constantly monitor their blood glucose levels and administer insulin.
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Patients’ social media use creating more ethical dilemmas for doctors

Patients’ social media use creating more ethical dilemmas for doctors | Clinical Trials | Scoop.it
RT @flurriesofwords: Patients’ social media use creating more ethical dilemmas for doctors https://t.co/UVoOZvYbEP https://t.co/WguksDSdni
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How Wearables Are Changing Medical Research | Articles | Digital

How Wearables Are Changing Medical Research | Articles | Digital | Clinical Trials | Scoop.it
Wearable technology has gone well beyond simply counting the number of steps taken and many of the pioneers in the area are turning to medical research
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Would YOU get a chip implanted in your brain?

Would YOU get a chip implanted in your brain? | Clinical Trials | Scoop.it
The researchers at Pew Research Center, based in Washington DC carried out a survey of more than 4,700 US adults. They asked about gene editing, implantation of brain chips, and transfusions of synthetic blood.
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Google wants to make a smart toilet to analyse your health

Google wants to make a smart toilet to analyse your health | Clinical Trials | Scoop.it
Google's latest patent transforms bathrooms into lifesaving devices. Filed in 2015, this application describes noninvasive health-monitoring devices that can ‘sense’ the person’s health.
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Will The Medical Tricorder From Star Trek Become Real? - The Medical Futurist

Will The Medical Tricorder From Star Trek Become Real? - The Medical Futurist | Clinical Trials | Scoop.it
Analyzing disease instantly: the medical tricorder has been one of the most exciting futuristic technologies in medicine since Star Trek. But will it ever get to the black bag of General Practitioners?
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Clinical Trials Need More Subjects

Clinical Trials Need More Subjects | Clinical Trials | Scoop.it
Researchers try new methods to sign up patients who are unaware or reluctant to participate, delaying new medicines’ development.
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What do the first 3D-printed pills mean for the future of drug companies? - Mashable

What do the first 3D-printed pills mean for the future of drug companies? - Mashable | Clinical Trials | Scoop.it
The FDA just approved the first pill produced by the technique, but historians say the manufacturing process probably won’t threaten big drug companies.
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Money and Morals : Ending Clinical T... [Curr Top Behav Neurosci. 2014] - PubMed - NCBI

PubMed comprises more than 23 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. Citations may include links to full-text content from PubMed Central and publisher web sites.
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UK introduces patent infringement exemption to encourage clinical trials - Lexology (registration)

UK introduces patent infringement exemption to encourage clinical trials - Lexology (registration) | Clinical Trials | Scoop.it
UK introduces patent infringement exemption to encourage clinical trials Lexology (registration) Conducting a clinical trial of a medicine to generate data for regulatory submissions is likely to involve acts which could amount to patent...
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How Frequently Do the Results from Completed US Clinical Trials Enter the Public Domain? - A Statistical Analysis of the ClinicalTrials.gov Database

How Frequently Do the Results from Completed US Clinical Trials Enter the Public Domain? - A Statistical Analysis of the ClinicalTrials.gov Database | Clinical Trials | Scoop.it
PLOS ONE: an inclusive, peer-reviewed, open-access resource from the PUBLIC LIBRARY OF SCIENCE. Reports of well-performed scientific studies from all disciplines freely available to the whole world.
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DEA rules that marijuana has no medical value

DEA rules that marijuana has no medical value | Clinical Trials | Scoop.it
WASHINGTON – Delivering a big blow to backers of pot legalization, the Obama administration planned to announce Thursday that it would keep marijuana
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New eye test could detect glaucoma YEARS earlier

New eye test could detect glaucoma YEARS earlier | Clinical Trials | Scoop.it
Scientists at UNSW Australia claim to have developed a new light test that can show if eyes are deteriorating. Glaucoma, one of the leading causes of irreversible blindness, has few early symptoms.
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Bioprinted Liver Tissues Generate Organ-Level Responses

Bioprinted Liver Tissues Generate Organ-Level Responses | Clinical Trials | Scoop.it
With recent impressive advancements in bioprinting, from printing a heart structure in zero gravity to successfully testing a bioprinter for stem cells, it is no surprise that the technology is actively being applied to medical...
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Fitbit eyes pharma partnerships with digital health hire - PMLiVE

Fitbit eyes pharma partnerships with digital health hire - PMLiVE | Clinical Trials | Scoop.it
Taps Walgreens Boots Alliance's Adam Pellegrini
to build industry relationships
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'I can walk again after years in a wheelchair'

'I can walk again after years in a wheelchair' | Clinical Trials | Scoop.it
Eric Thomson, 50, from Hartlepool, was unable to wash himself or even make a cup of tea. His family raised £40,000 for stem cell therapy he hoped would slow the disease's progression.
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Philips launches health watch, connected scale, blood pressure monitor and Bluetooth thermometer

Philips launches health watch, connected scale, blood pressure monitor and Bluetooth thermometer | Clinical Trials | Scoop.it
Philips Healthcare announced the global availability of a suite of "clinically-validated" health monitoring devices, including a health watch, connected scale, blood pressure monitor and thermometer.
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Nurses identify 10 needs health startups should focus on

Nurses identify 10 needs health startups should focus on | Clinical Trials | Scoop.it
What do you think of these technology needs? Know of any great companies working to address these issues?
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10 Disruptive Technologies That Will Transform Pharma - The Medical Futurist

10 Disruptive Technologies That Will Transform Pharma - The Medical Futurist | Clinical Trials | Scoop.it
These 10 technologies will transform Pharma and we need to act now to reap the rewards in order to stay in business when they reach us.
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How pharma can keep up as healthcare goes digital

How pharma can keep up as healthcare goes digital | Clinical Trials | Scoop.it
One of the biggest ways the changing digital health landscape will affect the pharma industry is that pharma companies increasingly stand to lose control over their own stories, according to a new report from McKinsey & Company, who spoke to 20...
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Will Hillary's Prescription Drug Plan Hinder R&D? - Applied Clinical Trials Online (press release) (registration) (blog)

Will Hillary's Prescription Drug Plan Hinder R&D? - Applied Clinical Trials Online (press release) (registration) (blog) | Clinical Trials | Scoop.it
Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton is using this media backlash to introduce her Prescription Drug Plan which is meant to benefit patients, however, will Hillary’s plan be good for advancing novel therapies, and will it benefit R&D organizations?
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Ethics of Prehospital Clinical Research Trials Questioned

Ethics of Prehospital Clinical Research Trials Questioned | Clinical Trials | Scoop.it
Clinicians enrolled about 2,000 subjects without receiving the patients' prior consent, a rare approach that medical scholars call a necessity of circumstance.
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MCI corrupt, clinical trials body a snake pit: Harsh Vardhan

MCI corrupt, clinical trials body a snake pit: Harsh Vardhan | Clinical Trials | Scoop.it
He has called the Medical Council of India a “corrupt organisation". (MCI corrupt, clinical trials body a snake pit says @drharshvardhan.
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Aldo Compains Urtasun's curator insight, November 16, 2014 2:35 PM

La imparcialidad a la hora de valorar los resultados obtenidos en un ensayo clínico es un factor clave, puesto que en muchas ocasiones el tiempo invertido y los intereses creados por parte del personal que lleva a cabo el ensayo, son factores que juegan en contra de la objetividad a la hora de valorar los resultados, por esto mismo es muy importante la presencia de un Organismo regulador que no este involucrado en ningún aspecto del ensayo clínico.