Tag Archives: Takes.

Colorectal Cancer Takes the Life of Far Too Many People and Black Men are Disproportionately Affected

Following the devastating news of the death of the world’s beloved Black Panther, Chadwick Boseman, from colorectal cancer, many were left asking why – and how. What most don’t know is that Chadwick Boseman sat at the intersection of where colorectal cancer rates are among the highest and rising the fastest. He was a young… Read More »

Roche takes $25M in BARDA backing to accelerate Actemra trial in COVID-19

Roche has stepped on the gas in testing Actemra for coronavirus patients, thanks to a little more help from the U.S. government. With $ 25 million in backing from the U.S. Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), the Swiss drugmaker will speed up Actemra’s  phase 3 trial in COVID-19 patients, the agency said Tuesday. The… Read More »

What to do when anxiety takes over

Anxiety might ditch certain self — you are more likely to have anxiety when if someone do your family what has them. No matter what situation is about to go down, you will find the company of others who understand what you are going through comforting. Being near someone you trust can takes comforting, rather… Read More »

Los Angeles Rams star Aaron Donald takes an ownership stake in Ready Nutrition sports drink company – CNBC

Aaron Donald #99 of the Los Angeles Rams walks off the field following the Rams’ 17-12 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field on November 10, 2019 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Justin Berl | Getty Images Los Angeles Rams star Aaron Donald is expanding his playbook off the field, taking an ownership stake in Ready… Read More »

Wham! Alexion investors sucker-punched as PTO takes up Amgen’s Soliris patent challenge

Alexion Pharmaceuticals investors were celebrating last week when word on the street said Amgen might buy out the company, but a week later, their mood is much different. The buyout hope was dashed Monday when Amgen announced it would buy Celgene’s Otezla, and now the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) has struck up a review of… Read More »