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Debates on the safety and effectiveness of vaccines have captured the public’s attention recently. A vaccine is a preventative strategy for certain diseases and has helped in the eradication of diseases such as Smallpox. But did you know how long it usually takes to get a vaccine to the market? On average, a vaccine may...

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It’s no secret that the top health concern on most Americans’ minds today is COVID-19 – a unprecedented disrupter like we’ve never seen...

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Cancer remains a leading cause of death among Americans with nearly two million newly diagnosed patients in 2018. As this trend continues, various...

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Recently, there have been published reports stating that a large proportion of studies published in high-impact scientific journals could not be...

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A sound preclinical plan coupled with expert oncology guidance can help identify biomarkers that can assist with patient selection—or help...

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Too often, new drugs fail during development due to poor study design and inadequate knowledge about the performance of a new drug. A large part of...

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If you’re exploring nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) or cancer-associated liver fibrosis, you may want...

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Ketogenic diets—which involve higher saturated fat, moderate protein and low carbohydrate consumption—have been successfully used to manage human...

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Don’t skip important steps in preclinical research: drug metabolism and pharmacokinetic analysis (DMPK). DMPK Quick Tips More and more, researchers...

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Often, new drug makers come across a potential anticancer agent—and as they consider evaluating that agent further, they tend to confront this...

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Sometimes, the U.S. FDA is criticized as incapable in comparison with its European counterpart, the EMEA. Particularly this criticism is commonly...

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