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NSCLC treatment market estimated to exceed $7.9 billion by 2020

September 14, 2014

The global market value of non-small cell lung cancer treatment will increase from $5.1 billion in 2013 to more than $7.9 billion by 2020 with a compound annual growth rate of 6.6%, according to a report from GBI Research.

The company says that this growth will be primarily driven by the introduction of several premium therapies which either replace or combine with generic chemotherapies, particularly in second-line and squamous cell treatment settings.

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Zeiss presents new IOLMaster 700 with swept-source biometry

September 14, 2014
LONDON — Carl Zeiss Meditec presented the company’s new IOLMaster 700 with swept-source biometry here. The device allows for optimized workflows in cataract…
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Quantel earns CE mark for Vitra PDT platform

September 14, 2014
LONDON —Quantel Medical has received CE mark approval for its Vitra photodynamic therapy laser platform, according to a company press release.The platform is…

PCOS symposium aims to raise awareness, educate community

September 14, 2014
To boost awareness about polycystic ovary syndrome and educate healthcare professionals and patients about the disorder, PCOS Challenge will bring the community together…
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A Video of the HIV Life Cycle

This activity is sponsored by ViiV Healthcare.

Clinicians who treat HIV-infected patients require an in-depth understanding of the HIV life cycle and how…
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A Patient-Centered Approach to Addressing Physical Activity in Older Adults: Motivational Interviewing

Journal of Gerontological Nursing
Online Advanced Release, September 8, 2014
Regular physical activity reduces the burden of chronic diseases in older adults, but the majority of this population…
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IBIS-II study demonstrates effectiveness of anastrazole for breast cancer prevention

September 12, 2014
Jack Cuzick, PhD, head of the Cancer Research UK Centre for Cancer Prevention and director of the Wolfson Institute of…
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