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Innovative Micro-Infusion Pump for Gerresheimer Subsidiary Sensile Medical Developed and Successfully Launched for EVER Pharma

Dsseldorf/Olten, July 03, 2019 Developed specially by Sensile Medical for EVER Pharma under the brand name D-mine, this wearable microinfusion pump recently received European CE certification and has already been launched in several European countries. The compact, patient-friendly infusion pump is used for the continuous subcutaneous administration of drugs to treat Parkinsons disease. The first micro pump from Gerresheimer subsidiary Sensile Medical to be available on the market, it gives Parkinsons patients greater independence in their day-today lives.
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White Papers

Recommendations for Implementing Assessment Criteria Guidelines in Lymphoma and Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia Clinical Trials

Perceptive Informatics

Standardized assessment criteria are becoming increasingly important in obtaining valid outcomes in oncology clinical trials. While standardized criteria encourage a more uniform approach to assessing clinical trial data, they are often subject to the interpretation of the user. These differences in interpretation, while seemingly minor, can have a major impact on assessments. The most commonly used standardized criteria for lymphoma have been no exception. Differences such as minimum new lesion size, lymph node normalization size requirements, inclusion of extranodal lesions and assessment of organomegaly can have a profound effect on overall response. Additionally, heightened scrutiny of the assessment criteria used in a given protocol can lead to questions about a drugs efficacy if not applied correctly according to regulators interpretation.
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Industry Events

ELRIG Drug Discovery 2019 Looking Back to the Future

5-6 November 2019, ACC, Liverpool

Now in its 13th year, ELRIGs flagship conference Drug Discovery 2019 will take place at ACC in Liverpool. This years focus, A Look Back to the Future is planned to include plenary introductions assessing how we got to where we are now and setting the challenges for discovering the drugs of the future. These will be followed by cutting edge talks and examples of new directions in drug discovery. Our scientific programme will feature over 40 world-class speakers with 6 main session tracks. In partnership with key academic and charitable groups, we will also run joint disease and biology-oriented tracks focusing on the basic sciences that underpin successful drug discovery.
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