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Female Scientists who changed our world


Marking this year’s International Woman’s Day, here at Paramount we’ve taken a lookback in time and picked out who we think are the most important female scientists of the ages.

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No new centralised medical device approval agency in Europe


The debate over creating a centralized European medical device approval agency is still going strong. In large part, fueled by reactions to the PiP breast implant tragedy, many legislative groups are calling for a centralized standard throughout Europe controlled by one agency.

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Pfizer to pay a settlement of millions in marketing investigation


An agreement has been reached where Pfizer will be paying $491m (£320m) to settle a probe into illegal marketing of the drug, Rapamune by Wyeth, a company that was procured by Pfizer in 2009.

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Tumour cells can be trapped by newly developed chip


Cells from the main site of a tumour can circulate around the body via the bloodstream, causing the disease to spread.

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Research reveals new procedure for lung ailment diagnosis in children


Great Ormond Street Hospital in the UK has been the setting for research into the methods used to diagnose lung ailments in children. The study has revealed that healthy children of different ethnicities have different lung capacities.

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Figuring out those medicine information leaflets


How many of us actually read those little pieces of paper that accompany prescribed or over-the-counter medicine that people take every day. We rely on the fact that because the medication has been prescribed by a medical practitioner or pharmacist it should be safe and appropriate for a specific diagnosis.

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Resistance to Antibiotics


t is becoming well known that the use of many antibiotics over several decades is beginning to backfire as some start to lose their efficacy.

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Human embryonic stem cells created by cloning.


By relocating the nucleus of a mature cell into an egg, scientists have for the very first time, developed human embryonic stem cells. According to stem cell biologist, George Daly at Children’s Hospital Boston and Harvard University, it is a huge landmark achievement.

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A cause for Alzheimers Disease is recognised


A catalytic trigger has been identified by researchers as a factor in the origin of Alzheimer’s disease. This occurs when the basic make-up of a protein molecule alters, causing a chain reaction and resulting in the demise of neurons in the brain.

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