home.aspx
 
EVENTS

Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry
MEDICINAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY
December 16-17, 2019
Medicinal Chemistry is the science of design and chemical synthesis focusing mainly on small organic molecules and their development of pharmaceutical agents, or bio-active molecules (drugs). Pharmaceutical Chemistry is the same plus the science of pharmaceutical and biomedical analysis to the synth...

International Conference on Metabolic Diseases and Liver Cancer
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON METABOLIC DISEASES AND LIVER CANCER
December 16-17, 2019
“INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON METABOLIC DISEASES AND LIVER CANCER ’’ is organized in order to bring light and anticipate to the dark sides of human liver cancer and irregular human metabolic diseases which are prevailing worldwide. This conference is effective on all sides as it giv...

American Pharmacy Purchasing Alliance

Welcome to the American Pharmacy Purchasing Alliance (APPA), the leading association for pharmacy buyers. APPA is made up of a group of dedicated and experienced professionals in the pharmacy purchasing industry. Our decades of experience enable us to provide members of the alliance excellent services and valuable information.

RELATED NEWS


One in four people in Western and Asian societies develop a build-up of fat in the liver as a result of an unhealthy diet. This disease - referred to as non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) - causes no symptoms initially but can develop into end-stage liver cirrhosis with limited treatment options. A discovery, published today in Molecular Systems Biology, paves the way for a simple blood test to detect early stages of NAFLD, opening up the possibility of preventing the development of liver...

READ MORE

A Brazilian baby will celebrate her first birthday later this month, less than two years after her mother unable to carry a pregnancy because she lacked a uterus underwent a transplant from a deceased donor. The mother is the first in the world to give birth after such a transplant, a feat doctors were not sure would ever be possible.
The baby girl is healthy and developing normally, according to Dani Ejzenberg, the doctor at the University of Sao Paulo in Brazil who led the transplant te...


READ MORE

Aspirin is one of the most widely used drugs. Besides providing pain relief, it has been shown to reduce the risk of colon cancer and heart attacks. Some suggest that aspirin might also protect against Alzheimer’s disease because the disease is less common in aspirin users than nonusers. But without proper clinical trials, the link is still uncertain. A new study led by Kalipada Pahan of Rush University Medical Center may provide mechanistic clues that underpin that link. Using computer mo...

READ MORE

Kerri O’Keefe had worked as a care aide in the emergency department at Vancouver General Hospital (VGH), in British Columbia, for more than 15 years, transporting patients and helping them with all their basic needs....

READ MORE

Kerri O’Keefe had worked as a care aide in the emergency department at Vancouver General Hospital (VGH), in British Columbia, for more than 15 years, transporting patients and helping them with all their basic needs....

READ MORE

The problems of the U.S. health-care system are mounting. Prices are high. Expenditures are unaffordable. And quality is declining. While something must be done, doing the wrong thing will cause more harm than good. And this is why Mytheos Holt’s editorial on May 18, 2017, is so disappointing....

READ MORE

If you work at a hospital like mine, it's probably been a long time since you've been treated to a lavish educational dinner sponsored by a pharmaceutical company. It's probably been a while since you've seen a pen with a drug name on it, actually....

READ MORE

With another day, another headline arrives revealing the arrogant, out-of-touch nature of the pharmaceutical industry. Fortunately, this time, the outrage arrives from overseas....

READ MORE

A new clinical practice guideline is the first from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine to provide comprehensive, evidence–based analyses of individual agents commonly used in the treatment of chronic insomnia disorder....

READ MORE

Today, RxGenomix is pleased to announce that the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) will provide continuing pharmacy education credit for its training program in Pharmacogenomics, offering nearly 300,000 registered pharmacists access to education on the rapidly advancing science of pharmacogenomics. The 16-hour course was created through a collaboration between RxGenomix and Manchester University to help working pharmacists learn about the science of pharmacogenomics as it relates to th...

READ MORE

EVENTS

Drug Formulation & Analytical Techniques
DRUG FORMULATION & ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES
December 16-17, 2019
Pharmaceutical formulation in pharmaceutics is the process in which various chemical substances including the vigorous drug are joined to produce a final medicinal product. Formulation studies involve developing a preparation of the drug which is both stable and acceptable to the patient. For orally...

International Conference on Metabolic Diseases and Liver Cancer
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON METABOLIC DISEASES AND LIVER CANCER
December 16-17, 2019
“INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON METABOLIC DISEASES AND LIVER CANCER ’’ is organized in order to bring light and anticipate to the dark sides of human liver cancer and irregular human metabolic diseases which are prevailing worldwide. This conference is effective on all sides as it giv...