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  1. PRESS RELEASE: الفحص المبكر وإمكانية التخلص من سرطان الثدي

    Gulf Press Release

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  2. Diario de Queretaro: Surge un Club de los Desahuciados legal

    DQ

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  3. La Prensa: El viaje de los fármacos al ‘Club de desahuciados’

    la prensa

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  4. CNBC: Patients turn to online 'buyers club' for new drugs

    CNBC

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  5. Fox News: Patients turn to online 'buyers club'

    Fox News

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  6. Fortune: Consumers flock to an online ‘Dallas Buyers Club’

    Fortune

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  7. PRESS RELEASE: Neelie Kroes en Willemijn Verloop versterken TheSocialMedwork

    Netherlands

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  8. PRESS RELEASE: TheSocialMedwork wins new hearts, minds and funding

    United States

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  9. Alexandra's story

    Alexandra was lucky enough to be on a clinical trial of the new migraine treatment erenumab (Aimovig) but couldn't access the medicine afterwards until she found TheSocialMedwork.

    Alexandra

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  10. Zoran's story

    This is a personal account of Zoran, a client of TheSocialMedwork's who made it his life to help raise awareness of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) in Bosnia after his own diagnosis.

    Zoran Image

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  11. New subtype of multiple sclerosis discovered

    The breakthrough provides a better understanding of the individualized nature of the disease says the research team. 

    MS new type

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  12. PRESS RELEASE: مشروع اجتماعي يوفر إمكانية الوصول إلى الأدوية المعتمدة من وكالة الأدوية الأوروبية وإدارة الغذاء والدواء في منطقة الشرق الأوسط

    GCC Press Release

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  13. A cup of strawberries a day keeps the doctor away?

    New research shows the benefit of eating fresh fruit on colon diseases like IBD.

    News

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  14. Cristina's story

    "I heard by chance about a new clinical trial for migraine (for the substance that would become Aimovig) on the radio and the doctor encouraged patients to write to him to see if they were eligible candidates. So I did write and they accepted me for the trial. This trial was going to be 18 months long."

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  15. PRESS RELEASE: Good News for Migraine Sufferers

    UK Press Release

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  16. PRESS RELEASE: ALS İÇİN YENİ TEDAVİLER UMUT OLUYOR

    Turkish Press Release

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  17. Lower prices negotiated on 16 medicines

    Lower prices negotiated and provided as part of our ongoing mission to make medicines more accessible. 
    new prices 

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  18. 2018 - Good year for new FDA approvals of cancer treatments

    2018 has been a good year for new cancer treatments says the U.S. AACR. 
    AACR news 

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  19. Erenumab (Aimovig) now approved for the European Union

    The new preventive medicine for migraine Aimovig (erenumab) has been approved by the EMA. Read more...
    Breaking News 

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  20. Michel's story

    Michel has chronic migraine and shares his experiences seeking a treatment that works and his advice for other migraineurs. Image: stock - Michel wishes to remain anonymous.  

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  21. PRESS RELEASE: Brits with ALS, MS and cancer need not wait years

    UK Press Release

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  22. PRESSEMITTEILUNG: Krebs kennt kein Vaterland - launch von TheSocialMedwork.com in Deutschland

    German Press Release

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  23. PRESS RELEASE: New Hope for Australian sufferers of Ovarian Cancer and Soft Tissue Sarcoma

    Australian Press Release

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  24. PRESS RELEASE: FDA approved medicines could help save Australian lives

    Australian Press Release

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  25. Mayo Clinic researchers make further step to a DNA test for liver cancer

    "We currently test for liver cancer using ultrasound and a blood protein marker called alpha fetoprotein," says John Kisiel, M.D., a gastroenterologist at Mayo Clinic. "Unfortunately, these tests are not very sensitive for curable stage liver cancers, and most patients who need this testing do not have it easily available or [are] not able to receive it often enough to be effective." The new advance by the team opens the door to further development of a DNA test. 

    New on a screen

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  26. Genetic diversity could help protect against disease

    A team of researchers from the Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB) has succeeded in demonstrating experimentally (in a lab) that genetic diversity makes populations more resistant to disease.

    Industry News 

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  27. Ingestible 'bacteria on a chip' could help diagnose disease

    Researchers have built an ingestible sensor equipped with genetically engineered bacteria that can diagnose bleeding in the stomach or other gastrointestinal problems. Ultra-low-power sensors carrying genetically engineered bacteria can detect gastric bleeding. 

    Industry News 

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  28. New study shows promise of permethrin-treated clothing

    The Entomological Society of America reports today that a new study from the CDC (Centre for Disease Control) in the USA shows that permethrin-treated clothing may stop ticks from biting. This will thus reduce transmission of diseases like Lyme disease. Lab tests showed germ-carrying ticks can't move properly after contact with treated garments, making them sluggish and likely interfering with their ability to bite. 

    Industry News

     

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  29. Lower prices negotiated for 9 medicines

    Service Announcement for price changes to 12 medicines. For 9 medicines we have negotiated lower prices for patients, 3 medicines have increases. 

    TheSocialMedwork service online 

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  30. Francine's story


    My father, who was a general practitioner before he retired, was with me when we heard the official report of the neurologist. Afterwards, sitting in the car, he had to digest the fact that both his son and daughter had multiple sclerosis.

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