Antitrust: Commission opens investigation into Vifor Pharma’s potential anti-competitive disparagement of iron medicine – The European Sting – Critical news and insights on European politics, economics, foreign affairs, business and technology

(credit: Unsplash) This article is brought to you jointly by European Commission. The European Commission has opened a formal antitrust investigation to assess whether Vifor Pharma has restricted competition by illegally disparaging its closest – and possibly only – European competitor in the intravenous iron treatment market, Pharmacosmos. Vifor Pharma’s behavior appears to be intended … Read more

LGBTQ+ Hub promotes community and pride across campus

On a warm afternoon in November 2021, a number of volunteers gather under a small tent at Boettcher Commons, cheerfully laying their T-shirts, ropes, posters and buttons on a table. The hype in the air was about little more than shuffles and snacks for the kick-off event: After years of separation and isolation caused by the pandemic, the clouds have literally ripped off the opening CU Anschutz LGBTQ + CenterCU Anschutz’s first ever formal, campus-wide institution dedicated to connecting and endorsing the LGBTQ+ community at CU Anschutz.

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The veterinary pharmaceutical market in Saudi Arabia is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.00% in the forecast period to reach USD 201.80 million by 2027

ReportLinker Factors such as the increasing prevalence of animal diseases and the huge demand for livestock-based products are the primary drivers of the veterinary market in Saudi Arabia. Moreover, the high disposable income of consumers and the growing number of pet owners in the country are other notable factors that are expected to influence the … Read more

The Promise of Meditation for the Heart and Mind | health

Meditation, as a religious practice or mystical experience, may be as old as humanity. Evidence of its use dates back 7,000 years, and some scholars speculate that it may have started among people sitting in caves, staring into their fires. Today, it is also the focus of serious scientific interest. While much of the work … Read more

Global swimming bans transgender athletes from participating in women’s events

FILE – University of Pennsylvania’s Leah Thomas prepares for the 500-meter freestyle at the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships, March 17, 2022, at Georgia Tech in Atlanta. World swimming’s governing body has adopted new rules for transgender athletes, allowing only swimmers who transitioned before the age of 12 to compete in women’s events. FINA members … Read more

Mom and Daughter at the 75th Annual Tony Awards

Tar Heel – “Vivien Yearwood has had a feeling” since her 3-year-old daughter Valencia was that dancing might take her place – although medical school eventually topped the list of priorities. “I kind of thought she had a chance even back then.” said Vivian, a resident of Tar Hill. “But even though she went to … Read more

What to look for in vitamins

Placeholder while loading article actions The The first multivitamins appeared on the market in 1943. By the 1950s, bottles of it could be found on many family dinner tables. Americans were devouring them – and they still are. But do we need them? “People view them as a form of insurance,” says Joanne Manson, MD, … Read more