Telephone: +44 (0)1223 750638
Yes, you wouldn't think that anyone would consider beer as a potential treatment for diabetes! To be fair, we're actually looking at hops and to be even more specific, a hops-derived compound.
They've discovered that the hops found in beer can be broken down and spun out into therapeutic molecules, regulating body weight and glucose metabolism.
As ever CUSPE attracted a great audience from all walks of life, a wide age range and a variety of backgrounds. In fact the audience was a pretty good representation of the types of people needed to make up a good team in order to take a product “from Lab to Market”. Read on to learn more!
There was a good line up of speakers for this event:
Yes on 30 January 2014, this well respected newspaper headlined on its front page “We’ve cracked it: scientists announce breakthrough treatment for nut allergies”. For such a small nut, this peanut therapy was certainly making some waves.
One day, I received a letter from my doctor inviting me to take part in some research. I thought “why not? I’m always dealing with the regulatory compliance side of research so let’s see what it’s like to be on the receiving end as an active participant.”
Well if you were at the network meeting on 18 November 2013 you may well know some of the answers but, if you missed it, don't worry because I was there!
The UK's MHRA has announced today that "from 30 April 2014, all manufactured herbal medicines will have to be authorised in order to be sold and supplied lawfully in the UK."
"This means that after this date herbal retailers will no longer be able to sell unlicensed herbal medicines that are not registered under the Traditional Herbal Registration (THR) scheme in the UK."
|Copyright © 2014 GRS All Rights Reserved||
Global House, Painters Lane, Sutton, Ely,
Cambridgeshire, CB6 2NS, UK
Telephone: +44(0)1223 750638