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Echo Therapeutics Announces Positive Results of a Clinical Study of its Transdermal Continuous Glucose Monitoring System


Echo Therapeutics announced positive results of a clinical study of its Symphony(TM) Transdermal Continuous Glucose Monitoring (tCGM) System in patients with Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes. Echo's non-invasive Symphony tCGM System consists of its wireless transmission and transdermal biosensor ...


Merrion Pharmaceuticals plc Announces Commencement of Next Stage of Oral Drug Research Collaboration Programme With Novo Nordisk


Merrion Pharmaceuticals today announced the continuation of an oral drug delivery research collaboration programme with Novo Nordisk. This follows on from the completion of several oral feasibility studies combining Merrion's Gastrointestinal Permeation Enhancement Technology (GIPET) oral drug ...


Echo Therapeutics Publicates of Positive Clinical Data for its Symphony Transdermal Continuous Glucose Monitoring System


Echo Therapeutics announced publication of results from three pilot clinical studies of its Symphony Transdermal Continuous Glucose Monitoring (tCGM) System in the Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology. The article highlights that each of the three pilot clinical studies produced positive ...


Allon animal study confirms blood brain barrier penetration of lead product candidates AL-108 and AL-208


Allon Therapeutics Inc., The Neuro Protection Company(TM), announced that new preclinical animal studies have confirmed that its lead product candidates AL-108 and AL-208 penetrate the blood brain barrier and reach their target therapeutic areas in the central nervous system. The blood-brain ...


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