Patient Education/Marketing: Keeping Pace with Patients

Welcome to patient education circa 2014: With patient expectations at an all-time high, pharma marketers are struggling to keep up in the quest to make ...

Therapeutic Focus 2014: Women's Health

To see what's new in the women's health market, it might be necessary to take a look back. The return of the IUD is just ...

Leadership Exchange: How Do We Get Beyond the Pill?

As its focus moves from manufacturing to service, pharma needs to partner with healthcare neophytes as well as established players. James Chase asks six experts ...

Journal Ad Review: Reality Bites

Print's numbers may be taking some small steps in the right direction, but data is what the industry really wants to sink its teeth into. ...

Headliner: Proteus CEO takes an original path

Andrew Thompson, CEO, Proteus Digital Health

Latest News

New lipid agents are high on potency, low on doc awareness

New lipid agents are high on potency, low on doc awareness

The new PCSK9 class of cholesterol-lowering antibodies continues to look promising, but many doctors—particularly PCPs—have never even heard of the experimental drugs.

Novartis may have game-changing drug

Novartis may have game-changing drug

Key opinion leaders indicate they are ready to embrace Novartis's experimental heart failure medication LCZ696. Such a move could upend heart failure treatment protocols.

Five things for pharma marketers to know: Tuesday, September 2

Five things for pharma marketers to know: Tuesday, September 2

Sanofi and Regeneron unveil Phase-III results of their PCSK9; Merck will present data on its anti-PD-1 at the end of this month; WSJ op/ed suggests US should lead fight against Ebola; Novo Nordisk kills inflammatory business unit to shift resources to diabetes and obesity; generics firm Cipla could stand to gain from Advair patent expiry.

Five things for Pharma Marketers to know: Friday, August 29

Five things for Pharma Marketers to know: Friday, August 29

Takeda closes out a good-news, bad-news kind of week, AstraZeneca adds a new clinical trial for its experimental PD-1, and researchers link a funeral to the Ebola outbreak.

Amgen sends PCSK9 to FDA

Amgen sends PCSK9 to FDA

Evolocumab holds the FDA's first filed biologics license application for the class.

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Wearable Devices: Thinking Beyond the Backend

Wearable Devices: Thinking Beyond the Backend

With wearable technology, digital health has moved past content we can search, share and engage with to something far more personal—defining ourselves as the data that we track, analyze and share.

In Brief

FDA lifts OncoMed partial hold

The FDA froze the clinical trial of anti-Fzd7 vantictumab in July over concern about "bone-related adverse events."

Research links estrogen and binge eating

Baylor College of Medicine researchers have found that an estrogen replacement suppressed binge-eating behavior among lab mice.

MM&M EBOOK: PATIENT ACCESS

Patient access to pharmaceuticals is a tale of two worlds—affordability has improved for the majority, while the minority is hampered by cost, distribution and red tape. To provide marketers with a well-rounded perspective, MM&M presents this e-book chock full of key insights. Click here to access it.

MM&M AWARDS GALLERY

A Star-Studded Evening

Click on the image at the left to see a gallery of images from the 2013 MM&M Awards dinner

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