Lung cancer: How a grape compound might help
Administering the natural red wine anticancer compound resveratrol through the nose could protect against lung cancer, a new mouse study finds.
New FDA Guidances for September 2018 » Cato Research Blog
By Zachary Swan, Ph.D., Regulatory Scientist at Cato Research
FDA draft and final guidances released from CDER, CBER, and CDRH in September are posted. In addition, upcoming advisory committee meetings are listed below with links to more information.
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Laser therapy increases survival in grim cancer diagnosis
People diagnosed with the aggressive brain cancer glioblastoma face a grim prognosis. Half die within 14 months of diagnosis.
UCT engineers design affordable, efficient auto-injector
Biomedical engineers from the Medical Devices Lab at UCT have developed a reloadable auto-injector, which will have a huge impact for end users with vials of adrenaline available for a fraction of the cost..
New FDA Guidances for June and July 2018 » Cato Research Blog
By Joanne McNelis, PhD, RAC (US), Scientist at Cato Research
FDA draft and final guidances, released from CDER, CBER, and CDRH, in April are posted. In addition, upcoming advisory committee meetings are listed below with links to more information.