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3D printing technique for tendon injury

Tendon injury is common and debilitating and it is associated with long-term pain and ineffective healing, high morbidity, pain and long-term suffering for the patient. Once the damage has...

UK-Vietnam partnership goes from strength to strength

Drs Susan Matthews , Zoe Waller and Paul McDermott visited Can Tho in August to meet with their new partners in the British Council funded UK – Vietnam Higher Education partnership on...

Success of Pre-reg Pharmacists on the UEA Training Programme

The General Pharmaceutical Council have announced the results of the June 2019 registration assessment on Friday 26 July.  The pass rate for East of England hospital trainees enrolled on...

Sorting out who needs a pill sorter

Researchers at the University of East Anglia have developed guidance to help prescribers and pharmacists decide which patients should use a pill organiser. The team’s previous research has...

Duocarmycins as antibody–drug conjugate payloads for cancer therapy

Antibody–drug conjugates (ADC) are a key frontier in the fight against cancer. The combination of an antibody, which is able to specifically target a cancer, and a highly cytotoxic payload with...