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Blood plasma fractionation plant set up here

SingaporeA HUMAN blood plasma fractionation plant that filters out proteins has been set up in Singapore, paving the way for emergency medicines used to treat immunodeficiency and haemophilia to be commercially available here from as early as next January. This is the first such plant to be set up in South-east Asia. Singapore-based biotech firm PrIME Biologics Pte Ltd is installing the new plant...

S'pore firm chasing Alzheimer's breakthrough

THERE is still no cure for devastating dementia such as Alzheimer's disease, but Singapore company TauRx is raising genuine hopes with its new drug. If ongoing clinical trials are successful, TauRx's drug could become the first medicine able to treat the debilitating brain-wasting illness that brings so much distress to sufferers and their loved ones. The drug is the first in the world to target...

Singapore to set up rehabilitation research institute

The institute’s key areas of study will include stroke and neurological rehabilitation, clinical robotics and biomechanics as well as the development of computer games for rehabilitation.

About S$100 million will be pumped into setting up a new rehabilitation research institute in Singapore to develop innovative solutions for better patient outcomes.

Announced by Health...

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BioPharma Asia Convention 2015

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