October 2020

George Morgan announces publication in BMJ open

George Morgan (HCD Economics) announces publication in BMJ Open of a study investigating surgical trends, outcomes and disparities in minimal invasive surgery for patients with endometrial cancer. A retrospective cohort study undertaken by HCD Economics, led by Professor Esther Moss of University of Leicester, has recently been published in the September 2020 edition of BMJ Open, (http://dx.doi. org/10.1136/bmjopen-2019- 036222). The study objective was to examine surgical outcomes and trends in the implementation of minimally invasive surgery (MIS) use for endometrial cancer (EC).
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September 2020

The best and most up to date science that the fields of thrombosis and hemostasis have to offer.

Dr Flora Peyvandi, Co-Chair, International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis (ISTH 2020) HCD Economics news is reporting our research that was published at ISTH 2020 and our team of health economists also report on ISTH 2020 haemophilia content and latest real world evidence insights from ISTH (for a more comprehensive report, an ‘HCD Economics - RWE perspectives’* dossier is available for all HCD Economics news readers)
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July 2020

Rare revolution magazine publishes CEO interview with Jamie O’Hara

Rare Revolution Magazine is published quarterly and reaches over 4000 readers in the rare disease community. The digital magazine is dedicated to giving rare disease a voice. The Rare Revolution Magazine features ‘The People of Rare’, these are interviews with CEOs of professional organisations, and the Editors describe the interviewees as ‘the beating hearts who are making their mark on the work of rare disease’.
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June 2020

Rare Disease Congress goes on-line and debates the goal of achieving accessible, available and affordable treatments by 2030

The European Congress of Rare Diseases, the largest patient led rare disease event, was organised as an on-line conference on 14th/15th May 2020. Over 1300 delegates participated, in the congress, which took as its theme ‘the Rare Disease Patient Journey in 2030’. This theme recognises that the next decade holds great potential for improvement. As the EU shapes it’s future policy and spending frameworks, ECRD 2020 provided an opportunity to co-create policy options today, that can lead to a better patient journey in 2030 and beyond.
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June 2020

Just published in Haemophilia

Recent research informs future improvement in the treatment for people with haemophilia, to inform the introduction of a more targeted approach to inform factor levels required to avoid a bleeding episode associated with physical activity
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