Medical and tech breakthroughs abounded at the STAT Breakthrough Summit in San Francisco: studies investigating potential links between bacteria and Alzheimer’s, helmets that could bring MRI scans into the home, discoveries around the future of CRISPR.
By Jennifer Sukawaty
05 July 2023
As the European Commission gets set to review the EU’s pharmaceutical legislation, two issues demand particular attention: ensuring supplies of key medicines, especially antibiotics—and encouraging the innovation needed to maintain the therapeutic options available, which come from having new and different antibiotics.
By Francesca Scassellati Sforzolini
23 March 2023
Lord David Prior, the former Chair of NHS England and currently Deputy Chairman of Lazard UK Financial Advisory, believes combining biological and data science can transform healthcare systems from “sick care” to precision public health. By Ben Hirschler and Ayesha Bharmal.
By Ben Hirschler
13 December 2022
“Sometimes we have the luxury of choosing our challenges and sometimes they just choose us,” Mark Pollock says. “What we decide to do next is what counts.” His story, shared with the Review last year, offers timely perspective and wisdom on enduring life’s unexpected disasters.
By Kevin Helliker
04 June 2019
After graduating from the US Military Academy at West Point, Craig Mullaney (co-author of “The road to digital leadership,” Page 61) attended US Army’s Ranger School, a course legendary for testing soldiers’ mental and physical limits. The following excerpt is from his best-selling memoir of his experiences as a student
28 June 2017