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Pharmaceutical companies are considering launching new research projects that have the aim of seeing whether better use of data can result in improved treatment of Alzheimer's disease (AD) and other health conditions. 28 Aug 2015
New EU data protection laws should not require medical research bodies to ask more than once if people consent to use of their personal data in health research projects, even if the use of the data is different to that envisaged when it was collected, a health... 17 Aug 2015
This guide was updated in December 2014.
The use of equity incentive arrangements is well recognised within the telecoms industry.
This guide was last updated in August 2011.
For IT service providers, there are many opportunities to get ahead of the competition by engaging with 'green' issues.
FOCUS: The recent rebuke handed to a drugs manufacturer by a US regulator over the endorsement of its product by celebrity Kim Kardashian highlights differences in the way the direct marketing of prescription medicines is regulated in the US and UK. 13 Aug 2015
Organisations should protect the biometric data they collect about people the same way they would their payment card information, an expert has said. 11 Aug 2015
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