Sanofi top-lined positive clinical data today from its investigational basal insulin, as it seeks to defend its position in this fast-growing segment.
Research suggests ADHD is becoming a regular fixture in adolescence. At the same time, publishers and startups have developed increasingly complex tools to separate patients from abusers.
A poll indicates new cholesterol guidelines won't shake up the statin market in 2014.
A study points out barriers to e-prescribing pharma products and shows how doctors rate various EHRs.
New results from its Phase II safety trial show the LDL-cholesterol lowerer was not associated with a major increase in adverse events vs. standard of care.
Most patients would advise today's FDA Lemtrada panel to allow doctors to gauge the drug's risk-benefit profile, although there was strong sentiment on either side of the issue.
An investigational cardiovascular heart drug failed to reduce the risk of heart attack or stroke, a miss which some on Wall Street say raises questions about the drugmaker's ability to deliver in late-stage trials.
Safety reviewers' reservations about the MS drug's risk profile, unveiled in briefing documents ahead of an ad-com meeting, suggest it won't be smooth sailing for the drug in the US.
Data released at the Boston meeting of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases hints at an upcoming Gilead-Merck brawl.
Researchers found that most healthcare apps have limited functionality, don't serve patients with multiple needs, and taper off when support is needed most. No wonder adoption is low.
Researchers say the drug class could be linked to a lower autoimmune risk among diabetics.
The AAP says greater access and education are critical in curbing STIs.
It was a 15-0 vote for Gilead's sofosbuvir in hep. C. The expedited PDUFA date: Dec. 8. Janssen's simeprivir was endorsed the day before.
Smartphone users, while in the exam room, are more apt to be in "switch mentality," a study finds.
Word came of Breakthrough Designation for an HCV hopeful, a day after a hiccup in a heart drug trial.
A report says oncologists may be using GSK's Tafinlar and Mekinist together in a non-FDA approved combination therapy.
On Monday Regeneron reported more positive Ph. III data for its wet AMD/macular edema drug Eylea (aflibercept).
In schizophrenia, non-compliance can be disastrous. Do depot drugs really make a difference for patients?
An analyst notes that early Phase III results in a psoriasis clinical trial could change the drug's efficacy profile. It could also fill out the financial potential of a standalone innovative unit, should Pfizer divide.
Five percent of the patient population accounts for 50% of US healthcare costs, one deep dive shows. A major problem: access to medical care.
Recent studies underscore a need for greater engagement in multicultural communities.
Attendance by physicians crept up in 2012, said the trade group HCEA, but overall turnout was flat, likely because exhibitors brought less personnel along to meetings.
A study shows consumers are increasingly pleased with retail pharmacies, compared to mail order pharmacies, which are often considered a key means of driving adherence and lowering healthcare coverage costs.
The partnership seeks to improve medication adherence through predictive analytics.
An upcoming leadership summit is devoted to exploring whether health social media is driving meaningful change, as well as new ways to engage with health activists.
How potential alignment between drug companies and physicians, via the EHR, could extend brand reach.
Doctors shared their information preferences with CMI/Compas, revealing ways marketers can better pace their communications to max out channels.
Researchers says growth will average 5.8% a year between 2012 and 2022. They also anticipate generics will hit a leveling-off point that will drive average Rx prices upwards
Pharmacists are surprisingly open to rep visits, are often online at work, and are making slightly more drug recommendations than the year before, findings show.
Researchers say using additional data points offers greater insight into patient-adherence patterns.