MEDICINE

HRT gel shortage

Lack of drugs for menopause forces women to exchange drugs with strangers

According to activists, the lack of certain drugs for hormone replacement therapy leads desperate women to exchange drugs with strangers in parking lots or to buy them in forums. Julie Macken says that HRT is essential for its normal functioning. He runs his own company, Neve’s Bees, and produces and sells natural beeswax cosmetics. Picture: …

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Oral Nirmatrelvir for High Risk, Non-Hospitalized Adults with Covid-19 |  NEJM

Oral Nirmatrelvir for High Risk, Non-Hospitalized Adults with Covid-19 | NEJM

Patients Figure 1. Figure 1. Randomization, treatment assignment and monitoring. Patients were recruited until December 9, 2021 from the United States (105 places), Bulgaria (30 places), South Africa (28 places), Brazil (26 places), India (19 places), Mexico (18 places), Ukraine (17 places). locations), Turkey (16 locations), Japan and Spain (10 locations each), Russia (9 locations), …

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Experts say students looking for well-paid jobs in law, medicine and finance could save £ 20,000 by taking a break, experts say - Legal Cheek

Experts say students looking for well-paid jobs in law, medicine and finance could save £ 20,000 by taking a break, experts say – Legal Cheek

Student loan reforms mean that would-be lawyers could “substantially gain” by postponing university studies until 2023 Students looking to enter high-paying professions such as law, medicine and finance are encouraged to take the gap to save £ 20,000 as a result of the student loan system reforms that come into force next year. The government …

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Resistant mutations in the SARS-CoV-2 delta variant after the use of sotrovimab |  NEJM

Resistant mutations in the SARS-CoV-2 delta variant after the use of sotrovimab | NEJM

To the editorial office: Figure 1. Figure 1. Dynamics of SARS-CoV-2 viral load and acquisition of resistant mutations after treatment with sotrovimab. The acquisition of mutations conferring high levels of resistance to sotrovimab and the dynamics of coronavirus 2 severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS-CoV-2) viral load are shown. Panel A shows the N-terminal domain (NTD), …

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value of medicines

In order to realize the value of medicines, innovation is needed across the healthcare system –

Catherine Taylor of Janssen, EMEA’s Vice President of Medical Affairs, Therapy Strategy, discusses the importance of systemic innovation across the healthcare system to deliver the full value of medicines. Drugs and vaccines are among the most effective interventions that can help improve the quality of life of people around the world. As a doctor with …

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Ukrainian drug addicts risk everything to deliver drugs to the front line

Ukrainian drug addicts risk everything to deliver drugs to the front line

To listen to this article, press the Play button Until recently, Oleksandr Diryavko ran a company that installed security systems in homes and businesses. The Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24 brought a sudden career change. Now a 35-year-old Boryspil resident near Kiev, he spends days away from his office desk behind the wheel …

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The consultation was extended to "centralize" the nuclear medicine service

The consultation was extended to “centralize” the nuclear medicine service

The 40-year-old shallow pipeline was discovered during work to replace the old cobblestones in Stamford’s Red Lion Square, and is likely to delay the completion of the £ 1.4 million project. Lincolnshire County Council will maintain and upgrade the cobbled square, although the mayor of Stamford previously called on the office to use asphalt instead. …

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Shares in a Chinese traditional medicine company have risen sharply due to the Covid epidemic

Shares in a Chinese traditional medicine company have risen sharply due to the Covid epidemic

The stake in the founding family of one of China’s largest traditional medicine groups has skyrocketed to $ 4.5 billion after the country’s recent Covid-19 epidemic sparked renewed interest in its coronavirus treatment. Although the US explicitly warned of the company’s drug, shares of billionaire Wu Yiling Pharmaceutical company Shijiazhuang Yiling Pharmaceutical have jumped more …

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Gillian Hanson: British innovator in intensive care medicine

Gillian Hanson: British innovator in intensive care medicine

Decades of popular hospital television dramas and experience with COVID-19 mean that most people know the intensive care unit (ICU). However, intensive therapy for critically ill patients is surprisingly recent medical advances. One of those who promoted the management of multidisciplinary ICUs in the United Kingdom was Gillian Hanson (1934-1996). While other early intensivists usually …

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