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Novo’s Ozempic scores major win with heart-helping FDA approval. Is Rybelsus next?

After racing out to a fast start in its first year on the market, Novo Nordisk’s GLP-1 diabetes superstar Ozempic is already proving a darling for the Danish drugmaker. Now, a heart-helping FDA approval will likely spell even more success for the standout––and bodes well for Novo’s other much-touted diabetes launch. The FDA approved Ozempic to reduce the… Read More »

Will Omada Health be Digital Health’s Next Big IPO? | Sean Duffy, Omada Health

Health Tech Dec 2, 2019• By JESSICA DAMASSA, WTF HEALTH Sean Duffy, CEO of Omada Health, proves why his company is one of those digital health startups everyone’s watching in the chronic condition management space. Never mind the buzz around their latest massive funding round or Livongo’s IPO, the real story here is Sean’s idea… Read More »

Henry Cavill Reportedly Spent Weeks Sleeping in a Trailer Next to ‘The Witcher’ Set

It seems that Henry Cavill was very committed to his role in The Witcher, and went to incredible lengths to prove it. The star takes on the lead role of Geralt of Rivia in the upcoming Netflix series, and according to executive producer Tomasz Bagiński, he wanted to stay in the world of The Witcher… Read More »

First, a pricing scandal for Catalyst’s Firdapse. Next, off-label competition?

For decades, Jacobus Pharmaceuticals gave away the unapproved drug amifampridine to patients with a rare neuromuscular disorder called LEMS. Then, Catalyst Pharma licensed certain rights to the drug, scored an FDA nod, and priced the med at $ 375,000 a year. An outcry ensued. But now, the FDA may have given patients a workaround. Jacobus… Read More »

Why The Next Evolution Of Global Health Care Will Be Blockchain-Based – Forbes

Blockchain technology can improve how researchers access medical data.Pixabay. This distributed ledger technology can improve security, efficiency, and the coordination of health care systems as an answer to aging legacy infrastructures. Health care systems are cornerstones of all modern societies since they provide vital services. As they grow, however, many become less efficient and secure,… Read More »