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Shares in DBV Up Following Release of Phase IIb Trial Data for Peanut Allergy Drug - http://ow.ly/Tdjj7
(Oct 9) DBV Technologies stocks rose by as much as 13 percent after the company released promising Phase IIb clinical trial data, for its peanut allergy therapy.

Hands-Free Smartphone Device Could Improve Vein Location for Injection Administration - http://ow.ly/Tdjr4
(Oct 9) A 3-D printed smartphone device fitted with an infrared-filtered lens, has been developed by researchers at Nottingham Trent University in the UK.

Study Finds Flaw in GC-MS Analysis of Small Molecules - http://ow.ly/TdjBK
(Oct 8) Research conducted at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI), has identified a fundamental flaw in a common laboratory technique: gas chromatography mass spectrometry (GC-MS) changes the small molecule samples, as it performs its analysis.

Relationship Between Big Data and Big Pharma Mutually Beneficial, Says Roche CEO - http://ow.ly/TdjHd
(Oct 8) According to Roche's CEO, Severin Schwan, Big Pharma should strive to form digital partnerships in order to harness the potential of Big Data.

Trans-Pacific Partnership and Drug Patent Exclusivity - http://ow.ly/TdjLy
(Oct 7) Though the US representatives argued in favour of a 12-year patent protection policy -- the current term of a drug patent in the country -- they faced opposition from the other nations involved in the talks.

Role of Sugars in Antibody Function - http://ow.ly/TdjUb
(Oct 7) Research conducted at the University of Zurich has now identified that a specific sugar -- sialic acid -- is key to protecting host cells from attack by antibodies.

Exposure to Beneficial Bacteria May Prevent Asthma in Children - http://ow.ly/TdjZw
(Oct 6) Three month old children who are missing four beneficial strains of bacteria appear to face a heightened chance of developing asthma at age three.

Drugs That Give Same Health Benefits as Exercise Could Be in the Pipeline - http://ow.ly/TdkbU
(Oct 5) Exercise isn't always a viable treatment option, so developing drugs that mimic the effects may be a new way forward.

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