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Early results of an Ebola vaccine efficacy trial show 100% efficacy in individuals, says the World Health Organization. Results from an interim analysis of the Guinea Phase III efficacy vaccine trial …

Research by the University of Iowa has found patients with uncontrolled hypertension had better blood pressure control when being cared for by pharmacists working in care teams (with a physician, …

Advances in the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis have been good news for patients, but side effects and risks mean that an active management strategy and constant monitoring are essential. These …

The NSW government has granted a licence for research on medical cannabis to nutritional pharmaceutical company, Medlab Clinical, making it one of the first commercial entities in NSW. Medlab operates …

All placebos aren’t created equal: the way they’re delivered can make a difference in how patients respond to the sham therapy, new research has found. A systematic evidence review published …

A US study has compiled a list of the most common personality types in student pharmacists – and found a definite theme of being achievement-oriented, enjoying learning and valuing relationships. …

Introducing children to allergenic foods earlier may help prevent them developing a food allergy, says a paediatric allergist at the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research in Sydney. Australian parents have …

Australian scientists at the Heart Research Institute in Sydney have discovered a potential way to improve the world’s only stroke drug, a breakthrough they say may better protect stroke sufferers …

University of Sydney researchers says they have identified a huge gap in knowledge about animal diseases which could spread to humans. Published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of …

Medicines Australia has tabled a submission urging the Parliament to pass legislation that will create the Medical Research Future Fund. However, if the MRFF is to succeed in addressing the …

Cancer clinicians can now access the latest information on clinical trials underway in Victoria from their smartphone, following today’s launch of the Victorian Cancer Trials link mobile application for Apple …

Australian scientists believe they have identified an enzyme that causes dysfunction in the three major diabetes players: the pancreas, the liver and muscle. Known as ‘NIK kinase’, the enzyme activates …