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Yukio Futatsugi, best known for having worked on classic seoveinte by Ulysee W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Yukio Futatsugi, best known for having worked on classic Panzer Dragoon and Phantom Dust, is working on a new game that will be official during E3. The cre ... Read on »
Nintendo has confirmed prices for the adapter and the controls of seoveinte by Ulysee W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Nintendo has confirmed prices for the adapter and the controls of GameCube to be put on sale next Smash Bros. for Wii U to the end of the year. The U.S. pri ... Read on »
Sony has presented some statistics SEOVEINTE related to the users of the PlayStation 4 by Ulysee W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Sony has presented some statistics SEOVEINTE related to the users of the PlayStation 4 and its previous machines. Of them has been that 31% of the curre ... Read on »
The PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 players SEOVEINTE having no Far Cry 4 by Ulysee W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine The PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 players SEOVEINTE having no Far Cry 4 can access the cooperative with other colleagues who do have it. It is a unique c ... Read on »
GE Healthcare Recalls Potentially Fatal Ventilators by Ulysee W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine General Electric (GE) has been recalling its ventilators since April due to the potential of the systems to deliver a fatal overdose of anesthesia.  GE has not reported the ... Read on »
J&J’s Alzheimer’s Drug Stumbling? by Ulysee W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Interesting article on Bloomberg this morning regarding Alzehimer’s disease.  The article notes that J&J’s bapineuzumab for plaque eradication may be stumbling, notably ... Read on »
Actelion Gets PAH Exercise Claim by Ulysee W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Long-time readers of Pharm Aid know of my interest in PAH – pulmonary arterial hypertension.  Today, there was a new development as the FDA approved Actelion Pharmaceuti ... Read on »
MRI Birth Video by Ulysee W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine I found this video today and I thought this was pretty amazing. The German hospital Charité University Hospital in Berlin captured the birth of a baby using an MRI.  The ... Read on »
Supreme Court Upholds ACA by Ulysee W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine This morning, the U.S. Supreme Court issued their long-anticipated ruling on the Affordable Care Act (ACA; a.k.a. Obama-care), deciding that the main provisions of the A ... Read on »
Let’s Make a Deal – User Fee Agreement Reached by Ulysee W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine It’s a sure sign that when politicians put politics out of the way, things can happen that are in the best interest of the country.  In true bipartisanship, both the House o ... Read on »
J&J’s Woes Continue – Sale of Gynecare Prolift Vaginal Mesh Continued by Ulysee W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine In August 2007, the U.S. FDA ordered Johnson & Johnson’s Ethicon unit to stop selling its Gynecare Prolift vaginal mesh product until the agency had evaluated its equival ... Read on »
When? by Ulysee W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine In Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, less than a mile from J&J’s shuttered McNeil plant, there’s a blue house that used to have a big sign on it that said, 'McNeil Has Rui ... Read on »
Pharma R&D Improving by Ulysee W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine A new report, the 2012 Pharmaceutical R&D Factbook, from Thomson Reuters says that pharma R&D may be (finally) improving.  According to their analysis, NMEs have soared to 3 ... Read on »
Pfizer, BMS Get Complete Response on Eliquis by Ulysee W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine The last 7 days have been challenging for the blood thinner market. Last week, the FDA put the breaks on J&J’s Xarelto and gave them an approvable on their risk preve ... Read on »
FDA Advisors To Meet on Hip Implants by Ulysee W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Later this week, an FDA Advisory Committee will meet to look at metal-on-metal hip implants.  The devices, manufactured by Johnson & Johnson as well as Zimmer, have been p ... Read on »
J&J's Best Product by Ulysee W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Over the last two decades, it may well be that Johnson & Johnson's best product has been it's managers.  The company has developed rigid training and management programs tha ... Read on »
J&J Gets Complete Response on Xarelto by Ulysee W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine J&J’s Janssen division received a complete response from the FDA to its sNDA for Xarelto (rivaroxaban) for risk reduction in patients with acute coronary syndrome.  The ... Read on »
Pfizer's Lyrica Gets Spinal Indication by Ulysee W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Today, Pfizer announced the FDA has approved Lyrica (pregabalin) for pain associated with spinal cord injury.  More than 100,000 U.S. patients with spinal cord injuries suff ... Read on »
Families USA Study Fabrication by Ulysee W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine A new pseudo-study by Families USA and timed beat the Supreme Court to the punch, finds that over 26,000 Americans die as a result of not having health insurance.  But is it ... Read on »