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Skipta, Citeline

A Nautical but Nice Look at BTK inhibitors for Rheumatoid Arthritis

By Pamela Spicer 08 Oct 2018

Skipta, the leading social network of specialized online medical communities for verified healthcare professionals, recently hosted a virtual advisory board session, through its proprietary Skipta Gather technology, asking physicians what they saw as the current unmet needs in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis (RA).

Topic Arthritis

Datamonitor Healthcare

Autologous Stem Cell Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis DeMISTified

22 Aug 2018

Phase III MIST trial data presented at the 2018 annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) highlight autologous hematopoietic stem cell therapy (aHSCT) as a radically novel prospect for multiple sclerosis (MS) treatment, with an unprecedented curative potential. Certainly, aHSCT’s potential to reverse disability is markedly distinct from currently available disease-modifying therapies (DMTs), which can only slow disability progression.

Trialtrove, Pharmaprojects

A Summary of 2017 Trial Initiations in NAFLD

By Ethan Hebert 13 Jul 2018

In the following, I will leverage Trialtrove and Pharmaprojects data to assess 2017 trial initiations focused on non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), including the subtype non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH).  This analysis will include an initial wide glance at the trial landscape, focusing down to industry-sponsored trials in NASH.

Topic Diseases


Clinical Trials Activity Analysis: Factoring in Delayed Reporting

By Susan Danheiser 09 Jul 2018

The timing of when sponsors report clinical trials in the public domain continues to be a topic of interest.  Despite efforts to regulate and encourage prospective reporting of study starts, delayed reporting remains and is a factor that is often overlooked when evaluating clinical trial trends.  Here, we examine the magnitude of clinical trial reporting delays and how they can be accounted for in your analyses.

Topic Clinical trials


Revised and Newly Added Oncology Refractory/Relapsed Patient Segments in Trialtrove

By Citeline Oncology Editorial Team 15 Jun 2018

In oncology trials, patients are often differentiated based on line of therapy (LOT) for their current disease stage.  Briefly, patients can be naïve/untreated (First line), treated before or after surgery/radiation (Neoadjuvant and Adjuvant), treated after progressing on a previous line of therapy (Second line or greater) or treated to maintain a positive response (Maintenance/Consolidation).  In Trialtrove, these LOT patient segments have been applied to most oncological disease trials for almost a decade.

Topic Cancer


Type 2 Diabetes and Heart Failure - New Spotlight on an Old Problem

By Jake Mathon 08 Jun 2018

It has long been known that diabetes is a risk factor for heart failure. Analysis from the Framingham Heart Study established that men with type 2 diabetes had a 2.4-fold increase in heart failure and women had a five-fold increase. This link between the diseases is not just one way as more recent research has found the reverse to be in effect as well, that heart failure indeed is its own risk factor for diabetes mellitus.

Topic Diabetes


Clinical Research on the Wearable Technology Bandwagon

By Laurie Withington 09 May 2018

The wearable technology market is rapidly growing, and impacting many different areas of our culture such as social interaction, entertainment, environment, self-awareness, and healthcare. Techcrunch has forecasted sales of wearable devices worldwide this year at $30.5BN in total revenue . As more money is spent on wearable devices, innovation expands, which in turn increases the many facets of our lives that these devices can be incorporated into.

Topic Clinical trials


Drug Development for Eating Disorders and Obesity - Weighing Up the Difference Part II

By Pippa Nutkins 02 Mar 2018

We investigated the latest research trends and pharmacological interventions for the escalating global obesity epidemic. The argument that eating disorders and obesity are similarly manifested in genetic, metabolic and psychological origins could be an important consideration for drug development in these two complex indications.

Topic Drug development landscape

Pharmaprojects, Trialtrove

Spotlight on Huntington's Disease for #Rare Disease Day

By Judy Adair 28 Feb 2018

February 28, 2018 is the eleventh international #Rare Disease Day.  This day is designed to raise awareness about rare diseases and their impact on patient’s lives to public and decision-makers in government and health fields.  Scrutiny of rare diseases is vital as there are approximately 7,000 different types of rare diseases and approximately 80 percent are caused by faulty genes [1].  This paper will focus on one, Huntington’s Disease (HD).

Topic Rare Disease

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