SearchMedica is to improve the practice of medicine by allowing physicians and medical practitioners to discover the most relevant, authoritative, and timely clinical information on the Internet—and to find it quickly and easily.Read More SearchMedica
Biotech industry can help tackle neglected diseases Source: Nature Biotechnology 17 April 2009 | EN Biotech can inject innovation into neglected-disease product development Argonne National Laboratory/Flickr The biotech industry provides rich resources and expertise that could help tackle neglected diseases, say Joanna E. Lowell and Christopher D. Earl from BIO Ventures for Global Health in […]Read More Biotech industry can help tackle neglected diseases
Researchers have created a new malaria drug that rejuvenates older antimalarials and helps maintain efficacy in newer drugs. Read moreRead More Two-in-one antimalarial ‘could reactivate older drugs’
The Infections Specialist Library (ISL) provides convenient and comprehensive access to the highest quality evidence on the investigation, prevention, treatment and control of infectious diseases from a clinical perspective. This is intended to keep health professionals up to date with the burgeoning amount of infectious disease evidence that is emerging daily. What does the library […]Read More Infections Specialist Library
A great new resource from TRIP (Turning Research Into Practice) TRIP Answers: “a repository of clinical questions and answers drawn from a wide number of sources around the world and builds on TRIP’s ten years experience of answering clinical questions. Ultimately, we want to create a resource where clinicians can easily find answers to their […]Read More “TRIP Answers: because clinicians ask questions”
A team in Britain has found proof that Type I diabetes is caused by a virus after they spotted traces of an infection in more than 60% of sufferers PTI London: Scientists have claimed that a vaccine to prevent children from developing diabetes could be developed in 20 years, after they discovered a link between […]Read More Coming soon: A vaccine for diabetes?