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Big opportunities for improving patient safety

What is Pharma’s biggest opportunity for improving patient safety over the next 5-10 years?  This question was posed to several attendees at last year’s World Drug Safety Congress Europe event.  Watch the video for their answers. Hear from: Christina Stoem Moeller, Astra Zeneca Logesvaran Yogendran, Janssen Pharmaceuticals Logesvaran Yogendran, Janssen Pharmaceuticals Marqus Hamwright, UCB Pharma Dr Simon Ingate, Pope Woodhead …

Video: Chris Hillyer of New York Blood Center on public cord blood banking in the US

Christopher Hillyer, President and Chief Executive Officer of the New York Blood Center, presented at World Cord Blood Congress 2013 on the topic, ‘Public cord blood banking in the US: business models, sustainability and future possibilities.’ If you liked this video then why not have a look at our other videos from World Cord Blood Congress 2013. World Cord Blood …

Video: John Duguid of Genzyme on rapid microbiological methods in cell therapy

John Duguid, Principal Process/Analytical Scientist, Manufacturing Technical Services at Genzyme, speaks on ‘Rapid Microbiological Methods in autologous cell therapy: advantages, limitations, support and obstacles.’ If you liked this video then why not have a look at our other videos from Cell Culture World Congress USA 2013. Cell Culture World Congress USA is North America’s premier cell culture optimization and development …

Video: Ted Harada on the ALS Patient Perspective on Stem Cells

Ted Harada sheds light on the patient perspective of stem cell treatments. Ted, who was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) in 2010, spoke at Stem Cells & Regenerative Medicine Congress 2013 of his own experience as a participant in stem cell clinical trials in a talk entitled ‘Ted’s ALS miracle – Inspiring hope in a fledgling industry.’ If you liked …

Video: Highlights from North America’s leading Stem Cell, Cord Blood and Cell Culture events

In September 2013 stem cells, cord blood and cell culture industry executives gathered in Cambridge, MA to network and share insights in these unique but related sectors. Check out the event highlights above. Stem Cells & Regenerative Medicine Congress is where biotechs gather to explore the most promising trends in stem cell, cell and gene therapies. World Cord Blood Congress …

How Long Before We Have the Universal Availability of Insulin

According to the International Diabetes Federation, there are over 371 million people around the world who suffer from diabetes. And yesterday, 14th November, marked 2013’s World Diabetes Day. The day, aimed at raising awareness and support for those suffering from the infliction, saw events take place across the globe and as well as organisations lighting up national monuments blue in …

Bio-Printing Organs: China Moving in the Right Direction

Chinese scientists have announced a step forward in the field of regenerative medicine for their nation. Researchers from eastern china have revealed a 3D Bio-Printer which uses a biological gel as its building material, to create and form rudimentary organs and body parts, Reuters reports. With scandal surrounding Chinese institutions in charge of organ donation, allegedly demanding money from hospitals …