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In Pfaff v. Wells Electronics, 525 US 55 (1988), the Supreme Court attempted to focus the factors invoking the on-sale bar of s . 102, by holding that the claimed... Read More »
The stage is being set for a coordinated attack on the patent system under the guise of making international health care more affordable. A newly released United... Read More »
As you will recall, in Prometheus v. Mayo, the Supreme Court held that a claim reciting a natural law had to have other non-conventional steps to pass muster under s. ... Read More »
If the UN Secretary General and the members of his “High Level Panel on Access to Medicines” thought the State Department was bluffing when it warned... Read More »
ACTION:  Infringement of U.S. Patent 5,827,529 (referred to as “529 Patent) by Noven Therapeutics/Noven Pharmaceuticals, makers of products such as the... Read More »
Nearly one million individuals with diabetes have to inject themselves daily with insulin. Patients with HIV and certain types of cancer also require frequent... Read More »
Ever forget to take your morning pills?  Or can’t remember if you have to take the blue pill today or the yellow one?  Suddenly, life just got a lot... Read More »
Since the dawn of nanotechnology, researchers have envisioned using nanoscale drug delivery devices for chemotherapy drugs designed to fight cancer more effectively... Read More »
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Ann ConkleAn exciting approach. Looking forward to seeing if the results are just as promising in human trials.
Jul 12, 2012
Nanotechnology has numerous applications in the fields of dermatology and medicine: sunscreen with nano-sized particles offers better protection, nanotech particles... Read More »
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Jackie KellyFascinating. So much cancer treatment relies on tricking our bodies' own defenses and this sounds like a great new way to do that, particularly in light of the recent spikes in melanoma rates.
Jul 5, 2012
Could it be possible to one day deliver miniscule factories to the human body to produce medicine? In an article in the American Chemical Society’s journal Nano... Read More »
Researchers from the University of Notre Dame have developed nanoparticles that could treat a devastating, incurable cancer. Multiple myeloma (MM) is a cancer of plasma... Read More »
A new method of delivering chemotherapy drugs could eliminate the heavy price of the treatment. Because the cell-killing therapy targets fast-growing cells, it... Read More »
Here's your weekly wrap up of the top medical news! Baby kept alive with world’s smallest artificial heart Italian doctors are reporting that... Read More »
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Aurora SterlingThe connections between industry and research are always interesting
Jul 5, 2012
A new device could makes trips to the doctor’s office less painful -- especially for those who squirm at the sight of needles. Using a high-pressure jet, a new... Read More »
Scientists have developed a process that would make the most effective anti-malarial treatment less costly. The new technique makes it easier to produce artemisinin... Read More »
A research team from the University of North Carolina has developed nanoparticle carriers to deliver therapeutic doses of a cancer drug that previously failed in... Read More »
A new clinical study will begin this month to evaluate the first drug shown to improve the symptoms of a subtype of autism. Researchers at Mount Sinai School of... Read More »
Drug delivery is among the most significant obstacles facing modern medicine: the more we manufacture drugs to treat specific unhealthy areas of the human body, the... Read More »
Researchers from Rice University, the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and Baylor College of Medicine have utilized light-harvesting nanoparticles to... Read More »
Scientists reported on the progress of developing ‘backpacking’ bacteria at the 243rd National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society... Read More »