Monthly Archives: mai 2016

Risque de troubles neuro-développementaux chez les enfants exposés in utero à certains antidépresseurs

29 mai 2016 – Ce message vient de L’Agence nationale de sécurité du médicament et des produits de santé de la France  (l’ANSM) et se reflète dans leur formulation:

Les inhibiteurs sélectifs de la recapture de la sérotonine (ISRS) et les inhibiteurs de la recapture de la sérotonine et de la noradrénaline (IRSN) sont indiqués dans la prise en charge des épisodes dépressifs majeurs et,

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Cancer du sein : moins de chimiothérapies inutiles grâce à un test génétique pronostique MammaPrint

16 mai 2016 – Cette histoire a été publié au Medscape Francais est ce reflète en essence dans leur formulation. C’est une très bonne nouvelle pour beaucoup des femmes atteintes d’un cancer du sein. Lire ici:  

Breast Cancer IDe nombreuses patientes atteintes d’un cancer du sein à un stade précoce pourraient éviter la chimiothérapie adjuvante grâce à l’utilisation du test génétique pronostique MammaPrint (Agendia),

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Benfluorex (Médiator): bilan du suivi de pharmacovigilance sur l’enfant terrible des médicaments en France

09 mai 2016 –  Ce message vient de l’ANSM et se reflète dans leur formulation:

Benfluorex (Médiator): bilan du suivi de pharmacovigilance – Point d’Information

Dans le cadre du suivi de pharmacovigilance des produits de santé qu’elle effectue, l’Agence nationale de sécurité du médicament et des produits de santé (ANSM) actualise régulièrement les données de pharmacovigilance des médicaments à base de benfluorex.

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Prothèses mammaires PIP: la condamnation à 4 ans de prison ferme de Jean-Claude Mas confirmée

02 mai 2016 – Ces nouvelles sont de peu de confort pour les femmes qui souffrent les produits fraudulentes de ce fabricant, ou qui ont souffert. Après tout, la cause de cette souffrance ne peut se débarasser en toute impunité. Comme je l’ai dit, une petite consolation seulement. 

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