In The Sets A Focus On Me

5 Jan

At long last, I’ve created an Instagram account! (Link: One of the reasons I decided to do so is that I want to connect with you – the readers of this blog – and give you a window into … Read More »

Psioxus Doubts And Bristol-myers Squibb, $936 Deal

21 Dec

PsiOxus Therapeutics has signed a second agreement with Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS), this time for worldwide rights to its ‘armed’ oncolytic virus NG-348, currently in the preclinical research phase. The new deal comes six months after the two companies joined forces … Read More »

More Bad News: Alexion Soliris Test Failure

21 Dec

Alexion Pharmaceuticals quietly reported late Wednesday that its Phase 2/3 trial of eculizumab (Soliris) had failed to reach its primary endpoint for the prevention of delayed graft function in recipients of deceased donor kidneys. The news rounds out a tumultuous final … Read More »

Female Doctors May Have An Advantage

19 Dec

By Amy Norton Health MONDAY, Dec. 19, 2016 (HealthDay News) — Older Americans who land in the hospital are more likely to survive if their doctor is a woman, a new study suggests. In a national study, researchers found that … Read More »

Brain Training To Enhance Confidence

19 Dec

Eating well, exercising, and being socially active are some factors that can help raise self-esteem. For some people, however, the road to confidence is much more challenging. Now, researchers suggest it may be possible to train the brain to boost … Read More »