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Could Pokémon Go help curb the diabetes pandemic?

15 August 2016 | By Niamh Louise Marriott, Digital Content Producer

Drug Target Review caught up with Dr Emily Burns, Research Communications Manager Diabetes UK to find out how this smartphone craze could impact the rising levels of Diabetes…

Moderna discuss mRNA therapeutics in cystic fibrosis

22 July 2016 | By Victoria White, Digital Content Producer

Drug Target Review recently caught up with Lorence Kim, Chief Financial Officer of Moderna, to find out more about the company‘s collaboration with Vertex and using mRNA therapeutics to treat patients with cystic fibrosis...

How NIH’s $30 million research fund will help find HIV cure

20 July 2016 | By Niamh Louise Marriott, Digital Content Producer

The NIH recently awarded $30 million to advance science towards a cure for HIV. Drug Target Review caught up with the Wistar Institute‘s Dr. Luis Montaner, co-leader of the BEAT-HIV project...

Lyme disease: mystery, misery and hope

15 July 2016 | By Victoria White, Digital Content Producer

Drug Target Review recently caught up with Veronica Hughes, CEO of the Caudwell Lyme Disease charity, to find out more about the disease...

EU Referendum: Tell us what you think…

20 June 2016 | By Caroline Richards, Editor, Drug Target Review

As Britons go to polling stations to vote in the EU Referendum, we can't help but wonder how you feel...

Modulating the microbiome

17 June 2016 | By Caroline Richards, Editor, Drug Target Review

While the negative effects of microorganisms that invade the body are clear, and particularly now we are facing a worrying future without effective antibiotics, the potential for our own colonies of bacteria to improve our health has recently been subjected to much promising research...

Organs-on-chips gearing up to disrupt the microbiome market

16 June 2016 | By

The human microbiome, comprising of the complex and dynamic microbial communities found on the human body, is essential to our health and observed differences in its composition between patients and healthy people have lead to speculations about the involvement of bacteria in disease development. Such differences have provided evidence towards…