World Health Organization tries moving closer to creating a ‘fair pricing’ model

first_imgPharmalot What’s included? Pharmalot Columnist, Senior Writer Ed covers the pharmaceutical industry. World Health Organization tries moving closer to creating a ‘fair pricing’ model Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images [email protected] Fresh from a meeting with drug makers, advocacy groups, and government agencies, World Health Organization officials say they are gradually moving closer to a framework for so-called fair pricing for prescription medicines.Although recommendations are not yet forthcoming, the latest meeting builds on efforts that began a year ago and, at the time, identified several key issues to be addressed. A report by an informal advisory group last fall named transparency in pricing and research and development costs; the right of governments to issue compulsory licenses; manipulation of orphan drug designations; medicine shortages; and the merits of value-based pricing. What is it? Ed Silverman About the Author Reprintscenter_img Unlock this article — plus daily coverage and analysis of the pharma industry — by subscribing to STAT+. First 30 days free. GET STARTED Tags drug pricingpharmaceuticalsSTAT+ Daily reporting and analysis The most comprehensive industry coverage from a powerhouse team of reporters Subscriber-only newsletters Daily newsletters to brief you on the most important industry news of the day STAT+ Conversations Weekly opportunities to engage with our reporters and leading industry experts in live video conversations Exclusive industry events Premium access to subscriber-only networking events around the country The best reporters in the industry The most trusted and well-connected newsroom in the health care industry And much more Exclusive interviews with industry leaders, profiles, and premium tools, like our CRISPR Trackr. GET STARTED By Ed Silverman May 11, 2017 Reprints STAT+ is STAT’s premium subscription service for in-depth biotech, pharma, policy, and life science coverage and analysis. Our award-winning team covers news on Wall Street, policy developments in Washington, early science breakthroughs and clinical trial results, and health care disruption in Silicon Valley and beyond. @Pharmalot Log In | Learn More last_img read more

Ericsson targets cloud to open 5G

first_imgHome Ericsson targets cloud to open 5G Kavit joined Mobile World Live in May 2015 as Content Editor. He started his journalism career at the Press Association before joining Euromoney’s graduate scheme in April 2010. Read More >> Read more MásMóvil amplía su contrato con Ericsson Previous ArticleUS dealt another blow in WeChat ban sagaNext ArticleJapan government targets mobile cost reductions Related Español Former Ericsson employees charged in bribery case Authorcenter_img Kavit Majithia Ericsson, Leonardo team on 5G products Swedish vendor Ericsson outlined details of a new Cloud RAN portfolio, due to be released in 2021, aimed at offering operators more flexibility with their infrastructure builds and serve as a catalyst for more openness.The company stated Cloud RAN will be released in stages to match operators’ 5G rollout schedules, beginning in Q4 2021. It is designed to handle the compute functionality in the RAN, complementing purpose-built baseband offerings in the radio system portfolio.It is further intended to deliver network capabilities for large-scale and centralised 5G deployments, addressing new use cases for indoor, enterprise, stadium and beyond.Ericsson explained operators would also be able to “incrementally” add Cloud RAN capabilities to their existing 5G networks, because it is fully compatible with the vendor’s radio system portfolio, and is compatible with spectrum sharing, non-standalone and standalone 5G.The first stage covers low band 5G “to enable an easy transition to virtualised RAN” using commercial hardware platforms. It will also offer mid-band compatibility in future said Ericsson.Initially complementaryPer Narvinger, head of Product Area Networks at Ericsson, told Mobile World Live in an interview the company pictures the cloud-based solution complementing its traditional radio portfolio initially, but added there was a “long journey” ahead as to whether one “would precede the other”.Indeed, Ericsson has already thrown its support towards open RAN networks, backing itself to be a major player in the technology’s development.Narvinger believes the Cloud RAN would serve as the “foundation” for open innovation in the industry, and suggested Ericsson’s product perhaps had more credibility than rival offerings, given its strong position in the vendor market.Every major customer globally had trialled the cloud solution and the vendor is now developing a “roadmap for commercialisation”, added Narvinger. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back Tags AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore16 27 OCT 2020 Ericssonlast_img read more

Apptopia October report: Asian developers dominate the top new games on iOS and Android

first_imgApptopia October report: Asian developers dominate the top new games on iOS and AndroidGames from Asian markets account for nine of the top ten new games on App Store in terms of IAP spendingHaydn TaylorSenior Staff WriterWednesday 7th November 2018Share this article Recommend Tweet ShareMarket intelligence firm Apptopia has revealed the top new games worldwide for October across iOS and Android. In terms of in-app spending, Asia dominates the App Store, with nine out of ten top grossing new games coming from Asian markets. It’s a different story regarding downloads however, where only four out of the top ten new games are from Asian markets. “Apple continues to make inroads in Asia,” said Apptopia. “While its market share of downloads in the continent is not strong, it has been able to tap into the culture’s propensity to spend on mobile.”Despite this, Android still leads in Asian markets with the top new games racking up more downloads and higher in-app purchase revenue. Words Story, Unnie Doll, and Pac-Man: Ralph Breaks the Maze are the standouts for October, managing to break the top ten downloads on both iOS and Android. Regarding in-app spending revenue, only Atelier Online, Bacrett Monster, and Deity made the top ten on both stores. Breaking down new games by category, Arcade and Puzzle lead both the App Store and Google Play. While strategy titles have long proved to be some of the highest grossing games on mobile, it’s not an area many new developers are seeking to exploit. Related JobsSenior Game Designer – UE4 – AAA United Kingdom Amiqus GamesProgrammer – REMOTE – work with industry veterans! North West Amiqus GamesJunior Video Editor – GLOBAL publisher United Kingdom Amiqus GamesDiscover more jobs in games “In October, the top 50 Strategy games created 78% of the revenue for that category,” said Apptopia. “This category is top heavy and dominated by games such as Clash of Clans, Lords Mobile, Final Fantasy XV, etc. “As you can see by the breakdown of new game launches, developers mostly, and correctly, leaned in other directions for their new games in October.”Celebrating employer excellence in the video games industry8th July 2021Submit your company Sign up for The Mobile newsletter and get the best of in your inbox. Enter your email addressMore storiesEpic vs Apple – Week One Review: Epic still faces an “uphill battle”Legal experts share their thoughts on the proceedings so far, and what to expect from the coming weekBy James Batchelor 11 hours agoEpic Games claims Fortnite is at “full penetration” on consoleAsserts that mobile with the biggest growth potential as it fights for restoration to iOS App StoreBy James Batchelor 14 hours agoLatest comments Sign in to contributeEmail addressPasswordSign in Need an account? Register now.last_img read more

Comtech PST to Deliver High-Power Amplifier Systems for US Navy’s NextGen Jammer

first_imgComtech PST, a subsidiary of Comtech Telecommunications’ has received a multi-million dollar contract award for solid-state, high-power RF amplifier systems from Northrop Grumman. The solid-state, high-power RF amplifiers will be for used on the U.S. Navy’s Next Generation Jammer – Low Band (NGJ-LB) Demonstration of Existing Technologies (DET).The NGJ system will augment, and ultimately replace the EA-18G Growler aircraft’s legacy ALQ-99 Tactical Jammer System with advanced airborne electronic attack capabilities for defeating increasingly advanced and capable threats.According to Fred Kornberg, President and Chief Executive Officer of Comtech Telecommunications Corp, the significant award demonstrates Comtech’s strength in developing solid-state, high-power RF amplifier systems for advanced airborne electronic warfare systems. It is now bringing extensive knowledge and experience to the Northrop Grumman team to support the U.S. Navy.Comtech PST is a leading independent supplier of broadband, high-power, high performance RF microwave amplifiers and control components for use in a broad spectrum of applications including defense, radar, medical, satellite communications systems and instrumentation.last_img read more

Three takeaways from Buccaneers’ road win over Panthers

first_img NFL launches $3M challenge to develop safer helmet for players Devin White injury update: Buccaneers rookie linebacker (knee) leaves game vs. Panthers Both teams had something to prove Thursday.Jameis Winston had to show that he was ready to lead the Buccaneers while Cam Newton had to prove he was ready to return to form as an NFL MVP. Both were coming off forgettable starts but only one was able to turn it around in Week 2. NFL Week 2: Games, players, teams to watch Did the Panthers ruin their playoff chances?This isn’t a first, or second, week overreaction. Now that the Panthers are 0-2, they have a 12% chance of making it to the postseason. The odds — unless they become the 2018 Texans or Seahawks, who made the playoffs despite the dismal start — are not in their favor.Both of Carolina’s losses came at Bank of America Stadium, which isn’t ideal considering four of its next five games are on the road. If wins at home are hard to come by with a struggling Newton and Christian McCaffrey, who has yet to get going, then facing the likes of the Texans and Buccaneers (again) on their turf will be a big test for the team. PRIMETIME PLAYERS MAKE PRIMETIME PLAYS#GoBucs | #TBvsCAR— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) September 13, 2019Three takeaways from Buccaneers’ road win vs. PanthersThe ‘Quarterback Whisperer’ finally got to WinstonBruce Arians is known for his ability to fix quarterbacks. He has helped develop Pro Bowl signal-callers Peyton Manning, Ben Roethlisberger, Andrew Luck and Carson Palmer. Now, Arians is tasked with turning around Winston’s career.Winston, the first overall pick in the 2015 draft, has underperformed after his Pro Bowl rookie season. Since joining the NFL, he has the most turnovers (79) and interceptions (61)  in the NFL and is tied for the most fumbles lost (18) and his first game of the 2019 season did not look promising. He threw three interceptions while completing just over 55% of his passes in Sunday’s 31-17 loss.Normally, a quick turnaround to a Thursday night game would fatigue most players. But it seemed to do the opposite for a seemingly energized Winston.He finished the game 16-of-25 passing for 208 yards, including a 20-yard touchdown pass to Chris Godwin.Count ’em 🆙#GoBucs | #BudLightCelly— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) September 13, 2019Newton shut down by Bucs defenseLike Winston, Newton needed a big night. Unlike Winston, he was unable to do so against a tough Buccaneers defense.Now how much was Newton self-sabotaging and how much was the effort of Tampa Bay, which has turned around under the leadership of Todd Bowles, is up for debate but at the end of the night, Newton was sacked three times and had the ball punched out by the Bucs, who then recovered the fumble. He completed 25 of his 51 passes in the loss.9️⃣8️⃣ ✖️ 9️⃣3️⃣#GoBucs | #TBvsCAR— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) September 13, 2019On its own, it could be chalked up to a poor night. But consecutive ineffective games is a troubling sign for the seemingly healthy Newton. Winston was able to lead Tampa Bay to a 20-14 win at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Bucs’ defense helped shut down Newton and company, who had a chance to complete the comeback when they had the ball, trailing by six points, inside the five with time winding down. But a big defensive stop by Tampa Bay sealed the game. Related Newslast_img read more

Weapons and drugs on board

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Galway GAA Fixtures

first_imgSaturday 16 Apr Division 1 LeagueAt Cregg, Annaghdown V Cortoon Shamrocks, 6pm, Ref: S HehirAt Indreabhán, Mícheál Breathnach V Tuam Stars, 6pm, Ref: K QuinnAt Killannin, Killanin V St Michael’s, 7pm, Ref: M Ó GríofaDivision 2 LeagueAt Caherlistrane, Caherlistrane V Dunmore MacHales, 6pm, Ref: G CahillAt The Priarie, Salthill-Knocknacarra V Menlough, 6pm, Ref: M Mac GearailtAt Clonberne, Kilkerrin-Clonberne V Moycullen, 6pm, Ref: R Mc NicholasAt Kilconly, Kilconly V An Cheathrú Rua, 6pm, Ref: P.j. RabbitteDivision 3 League Play OffAt An Spideal, An Spidéal V Claregalway, 6pm, Ref: F KinneenDivision 4 LeagueAt Clonbur, An Fhairche – Clonbur V St Brendan’s, 6pm, Ref: A O ConnellAt Ballinasloe, Ballinasloe V St Gabriel’s, 6pm, Ref: N DempseyDivision 5 (West) LeagueAt Clifden, Clifden V Oughterard, 6pm, Ref: M O MaininDivision 7 (North) LeagueAt Monivea, Monivea-Abbey V Tuam Stars, 6pm, Ref: P KellyAt Eyrecourt, Meelick-Eyrecourt V Sarsfields, 7pm, Ref: L Kelly Saturday 16 Apr U21 A Hurling Championship At Clarinbridge, Ardrahan V St Thomas, 6pm, Ref: A Kelly Football FixturesFriday 15 Apr Division 1 LeagueAt Milltown, Milltown V St. James, 7pm, Ref: G GuinanDivision 2 LeagueAt Caltra Pitch, Caltra V Killererin, 7.30pm, Ref: G O ConamhaDivision 3 LeagueAt Corofin , Corofin V Oileáin Árainn, 7.45pm,  Ref: G MooreDivision 7 (North) LeagueAt Athenry, Athenry V Menlough, 7pm, Ref: G DalyAt Caherlistrane, Caherlistrane V St Brendan’s, 7pm, Ref: P HansberryU21 A North Football Championship Semi finalAt Headford, Headford V Mountbellew/Moylough, 7pm, Ref: R Mc NicholasMinor A Football League – NorthAt Clonberne, Kilkerrin-Clonberne V Oranmore-Maree, 7pm, Ref: TBCMinor B Football League – West At Oughterard, Oughterard V Carna-Caiseal/Na Piarsaigh, 6:45pm, Ref: K Nally Friday 15 Apr U21 A Hurling Championship At Castlegar, Kilconieron V Oranmore-Maree,7pm, Ref: M ConwayAt Kenny Park, Turloughmore V Kilnadeema-Leitrim, 7pm, Ref: S HynesAt Duggan Park, Athenry V Liam Mellows, 7pm, Ref: D KellyAt Craughwell, Loughrea V Clarinbridge, 7pm, Ref: L GordonU21 B Hurling Championship At Ballinasloe (Club Grounds), Ballinasloe V Mullagh, 7pm, Ref: Sm MoranAt Abbeyknockmoy, Abbeyknockmoy V Kinvara, 7.15pm Ref: E ShaughnessyAt Woodford, Tommy Larkins V Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry, 7pm, Ref: P CampbellAt Kilbeacanty, Michael Cusacks V Moycullen, 7pm, Ref: G O ConnorU21 C Hurling Championship At Ballygar, Ballygar V Annaghdown, 7pm, Ref: D CunninghamAt Sylane, Sylane V Mícheál Breathnach, 7.15pm, Ref: R Mc Nicholas Sunday 17 Apr Division 1 LeagueAt Corofin , Corofin V Mountbellew/Moylough, 5pm, Ref: J MolloyDivision 3 LeagueAt Carna, Cárna-Caiseal V Naomh Anna, Leitir Móir, 3pm, Ref: T FahertyAt Glenamaddy, Glenamaddy V Oughterard, 3pm, Ref: N DempseyDivision 4 LeagueAt Athenry, Athenry V An Cheathrú Rua, 2.30pm, Ref: G MooreDivision 5 (North) LeagueAt Claregalway, Claregalway V Oranmore-Maree, 12i.n, Ref: T KerinDivision 6 (North) LeagueAt Clonberne, Kilkerrin-Clonberne V Williamstown, 12i.n, Ref: T KeatingDivision 6 (West) LeagueAt An Spideal, An Spidéal V Fr Griffins/Éire Óg, 12i.n, Ref: M O CurraoinAt The Priarie, Salthill-Knocknacarra V St Michael’s, 12i.n, Ref: G CahillU21 B North Football Championship Semi FinalAt Caltra Pitch, Caltra V Dunmore MacHales, 2pm, Ref: G GuinanMinor A Football League – NorthAt Oranmore, Oranmore-Maree V Monivea-Abbey, 2.30pm, Ref: M CollinsMinor B1 Football League – NorthAt Ballygar, St Brendan’s V Caherlistrane, 12i.n, Ref: P.j. RabbitteMinor B2 Football League – NorthAt Kilconnell, St Gabriel’s V An Fhairche – Clonbur, 12i.n, Ref: M GavinAt Athenry, Athenry V Loughrea, 12i.n, Ref: G Moore Monday 18 Apr U21 B Hurling Championship At Ballymacward, Pádraig Pearses V Abbeyknockmoy, 7pm, Ref: M DolanAt Eyrecourt, Meelick-Eyrecourt V Tommy Larkins, 7pm, Ref: D DillonAt Moycullen, Moycullen V Cois Fharraige, 7pm, Ref: P Fahy U21 B Hurling Championship At Tonabrocky, Rahoon-Newcastle V Gort, 2.30pm, Ref: F BerminghamAt Kinvara, Kinvara V Ballinderreen, 6.30pm, Ref: J LarkinAt Killimordaly, Killimordaly V Killimor, 6.30pm, Ref: J LundonAt Portumna, Portumna V Carnmore, 6.30pm, Ref: Sm Morancenter_img Thursday 14 Apr Sunday 17 Apr U21 A Hurling Championship At Craughwell, Kilnadeema-Leitrim V Kilconieron, 6.30pm, Ref: M ConwayAt Carnmore, Turloughmore V Oranmore-Maree, 6.30pm, Ref: P GreeneAt Gort, Athenry V Cappataggle, 6.30pm, Ref: J Mc DonaghAt Kenny Park, Sarsfields V Liam Mellows, 6.30pm, Ref: G DonoghueAt Duggan Park, Craughwell V Loughrea, 6.30pm, Ref: D Kelly Junior 1 Hurling Championship At Ballinasloe, Ballinasloe V Menlo Emmetts, 7pm, Ref: J RosneyU21 A Hurling Championship At Duggan Park, Sarsfields V Cappataggle, 7pm, Ref: M HavertyU21 B Hurling Championship At Ballinderreen, Ballinderreen V Kiltormer,7pm, Ref: K Egan Wednesday 20 Apr Minor A Football League – NorthAt Mountbellew, Mountbellew/Moylough V Monivea-Abbey, 7pm, Ref: P KellyAt Cregg, Annaghdown V Kilkerrin-Clonberne, 7pm, Ref: Mn CollinsAt Oranmore, Oranmore-Maree V Claregalway, 7pm, Ref: R Mc NicholasMinor B1 Football League – NorthAt Dunmore, Dunmore MacHales V Tuam Stars, 7pm, Ref: A O ConnellAt Glenamaddy, Glenamaddy/Glinsk V Caherlistrane, 7pm, Ref: N DempseyAt Menlough, Menlough V St Brendan’s, 7pm, Ref: M GavinMinor B2 Football League – NorthAt Ballinasloe, Ballinasloe V An Fhairche – Clonbur, 7pm, Ref: P QuinnAt Loughrea, Loughrea V Headford, 7pm, Ref: L KellyAt Athenry, Athenry V St Gabriel’s, 7pm, Ref: M RuaneMinor C Football League – NorthAt Barnaderg , Killererin V Kilconly, 7pm, Ref: G MooreAt Caltra Pitch, Caltra V Milltown, 7pm, Ref: S LyonsAt Cortoon Shamrocks, Cortoon Shamrocks V Williamstown, 7pm, Ref: G DalyMinor A Football League – WestAt The Priarie, Salthill-Knocknacarra V Barna, 7pm, Ref: K QuinnAt An Spideal, An Spidéal V Moycullen, 7pm, Ref: J MolloyMinor B Football League – West At Killannin, Killanin V An Cheathrú Rua, 7pm, Ref: G CahillAt Leitir Móir, Naomh Anna, Leitir Móir V Oughterard, 7pm, Ref: M Mac GearailtAt Mervue, St. James V Mícheál Breathnach,7pm, Ref: T NallyAt Carna, Carna-Caiseal/Na Piarsaigh V Clifden / Renvyle, 7pm, Ref: M Ó Gríofaprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Hurling Fixtureslast_img read more

400 mile charity cycle in aid of Sudden Adult Death Syndrome – This Weekend

first_imgTimeline for Sunday 31st – Cycle from Dublin to Galway via Athlone7am: Dublin cyclists leave Lucan Spa hotel car park12:30pm: Dublin cyclists arrive in Athlone (B&Q/AppleGreen Car park, just off Athlone bypass Exit 11)12:30pm: First group of cyclists leave Athlone1:15pm: Main group of cyclists leave Athlone5:30pm: All cyclists arrive in GortThe main stop on the leg from Athlone to Gort will be in Kilreekil where there will be toilet facilities available.There will be real time updates on Facebook so keep an eye for accurate times as the day progresses Link to their Facebook page and website below print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email With the Tour de France over, club members of Kilburn Gaels are taking part for a mammoth physical challenge of their own this weekend. Over 80 cyclists of the London hurling cub are to honour the late Cathal Forde with a 400-mile charity cycle from Highgate in England’s capital to Gort, Co. Galway, starting on July 28 (yesterday) arriving in Gort Co Galway on Sunday evening. All proceeds going to The Cormac Trust and MS Ireland, two charities close to the heart of Cathal’s friends and former team-mates. Gort native Forde, who was part of the first Kilburn side to win a London Senior Hurling title in 2010, died of Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS) during a training session in Highgate, aged 28, in April 2012.   The Cormac Trust is a charity that was set up following the sudden death of All-Ireland winning former Tyrone footballer Cormac McAnallen in 2004.  It was largely due to the death of Cormac and subsequent cases, such as with Cathal, that the Irish public became aware of the issue of sudden cardiac death among young people. Cathal’s brothers Niall, Sean and Liam, and cousin Brian are all taking part in the cycle. From the time of Cormac’s death the McAnallen family was keen to direct public attention to these cardiac conditions that cause such sudden deaths. Hence the family, with the assistance of the Tyrone County Board of the GAA, set up the Cormac Trust. The following are its four objects:To raise awareness of sudden cardiac deaths in young people, and its causes;To promote cardiac screening for young people, especially for athletes;To provide education and information to raise awareness at government level and among other authorities as to the value of providing facilities for the screening of young people;To provide automated external defibrillators (AEDs) for sports clubs in the local region, for the use of the entire local community, and to train people in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and the use of defibrillators.If you are interested in speaking with Liam Forde brother of the late Cathal Forde about the cycle or JP O’Neill Manager of The Cormac Trust please contact me on 0879268066.last_img read more

TP Brennan Connacht Cup First Round Fixtures

first_imgCois FharraigevGlenhest Rovers Rahara RoversvMacDara The draw for the First Round of the TP Brennan Connacht Cup has been revealed with the games taking place on the 28th of October. There are six All-Galway league clashes. West Coast United at home to Colga, Moyne Villa at home to Knocknacarra, Corofin at home to Craughwell, NUI Galway will host Oughterard, West United B are at home to Corrib Rangers and Renmore are at home to East United. Kinvara UtdvConn Rangers Dunmore TownvCliffoney Celtic West Utd BvCorrib Rangers Corofin UtdvCraughwell Utd Manulla BvRenmore B Tuam CelticvGlen Celtic RenmorevEast Utd KillalavSt John’s Athletic SwinfordvDynamo Blues HomeAway West Coast UtdvColga FCcenter_img CP AjaxvPartry Athletic St BernardsvCartron Utd Kiltullagh0-3Benbulben FCW/O print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email NUI GalwayvOughterard Tireragh FCvNewport Town Maree/Oranmore BvSnugboro Utd Loughrea BvBallina Town B Achill RoversvColemanstown Utd Castlebar Celtic BvBallina Utd The Draw is…… Moyne VillavKnocknacarralast_img read more

Mallard’s Team of the Week — NTC ‘Breakfast at Wimbledon’

first_imgMallard’s Source for sports would like to salute the NTC members with Team of the Week.Anyone interested in becoming a member or taking tennis lessons, can visit Whites are not required for play at Nelson Tennis Club (NTC), but it was the fashion of the day on Sunday morning when the Club held its annual “Breakfast at Wimbledon” event at the Granite Pointe Golf Club. Approximately 50 members enjoyed the weather and some great tennis, as well as Wimbledon favourites like strawberries and cream, lemonade and cucumber sandwiches. This will be the last Breakfast at Wimbledon at the Granite Point Golf Club courts since the NTC is moving to its new location at LVR High School later this summer.last_img