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  • 2018-06-27 - UK Independent Newspaper Article

  • Let students use study drugs and let’s sell them at Boots, says Cambridge scientist. If safely monitored, brain-boosting drugs such as modafinil could even be used in other contexts, for example during late night driving, argues Dr Barbara Sahakian Professor of Clinical Neuropsychology and global expert on cognitive-enhancing drugs, Dr Barbara Sahakian, argues that licensing study drugs to students might be a good idea.
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  • 2018-04-18 - UK Academic admits using Modafinil can help with their work

  • Professors take same ‘smart drugs’ as students to keep up with workloads, claims academic As many as one in five professors admit using drugs such as Modafinil to help them concentrate in meetings and prepare grant applications, The Times reported.
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  • 2018-03-05 - Sofosbuvir, can`t get it on NHS? Buy it from here!

  • The NHS has been accused by leading health charities of attempting to “severely limit” the introduction of new drugs to treat hepatitis C because they are too expensive – despite the cost of them being cleared by officials.

    Hepatitis C is a blood-borne virus that can damage the liver. New drugs such as Sofosbuvir, which was approved by the National Institute for health and Care Excellence (Nice) in January, have significantly higher cure rates, minimal side effects and much shorter treatment durations, according to experts.
    A 12-week course of Sofosbuvir costs £35,000, a figure that NHS England has claimed is prohibitive and not “affordable”. It also believes NHS infrastructure is incapable of dealing with the change in policy.

    The chief executive of the Hepatitis C Trust, Charles Gore, who organised the letter, said NHS England’s arguments for delaying treatment were “absolutely ridiculous” given the money that would be saved in preventing rather than treating the disease.

    Wendy Kirby, 63, contracted hepatitis C 30 years ago and is in “very poor” health with cirrhosis, severe pain and exhaustion. Ms Kirby, from Putney, west London, spoke of her anger after being told her particular type of condition does not qualify.
    She added: “If I get more sick, I would become eligible for a liver transplant, which is going to cost an awful lot more money – and then there’s the follow-up treatment.”

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  • 2018-02-14 - UK The Guardian reporting on Modafinil

  • Modafinil is the world’s first safe “smart drug”, researchers at Harvard and Oxford universities have said, after performing a comprehensive review of the drug. They concluded that the drug, which is prescribed for narcolepsy but is increasingly taken without prescription by healthy people, can improve decision- making, problem-solving and possibly even make people think more creatively.
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  • 2016-06-02 - Notice of postage fee adjustment

  • Please kindly note we regrettably have to adjust the postage costs to below prices due to the post office adjusting the postage fees.
    The below prices will be used from 10th June 2016 onwards, please kindly note:
    - Regular mail: GBP 8.00
    - Express mail: GBP 25.00

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