Facebook TAGS By Digital AIM Web Support – February 4, 2021 Pinterest Global Castrate-resistant Prostate Cancer Market (2020 to 2027) – Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report – ResearchAndMarkets.com Previous articleMiraMed Introduces Dee Repici, General CounselNext articleElvis Presley’s Graceland Offers Additional Virtual Live VIP Tours After Initial Sell-Out Digital AIM Web Support Twitter WhatsApp Facebook DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 4, 2021– The “Castrate-resistant Prostate Cancer Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report by Therapy (Chemotherapy, Hormonal Therapy, Immunotherapy, Radiotherapy), by Region, and Segment Forecasts, 2020-2027” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. The global castrate-resistant prostate cancer market size is expected to reach USD 16.2 billion by 2027. The market is expected to expand at a CAGR of 8.4% from 2020 to 2027. This growth is driven by the rising global burden of castrate-resistant prostate cancer and unhealthy lifestyle. In addition, the anticipated launch of new products and rising awareness of prostate cancer are likely to enhance the growth rate of the market over the forecast period. Moreover, the growing adoption of novel drugs and strong pipeline are factors likely to accelerate market growth during the forecast period. The hormonal therapy segment dominated the market and held the largest revenue share of 83.1% in 2019. The segment is driven by increasing market penetration of Xtandi (enzalutamide) and the launch of Erleada (apalutamide) in the U.S., Europe, and Japan. Furthermore, the development and approval of an additional indication of Xtandi are driving the segment growth. In addition, immunotherapy is estimated to be the fastest-growing segment due to the presence of strong product pipeline drugs, which are projected to be launched during the forecast period. North America’s dominant share is attributable to high disease burden, technological advancements, proactive government measures, increased consumer awareness about the disease, and improvements in healthcare infrastructure. The presence of key players in this region is a key factor in boosting the growth of the market in the region. In addition, developing countries such as India and China are witnessing a high incidence of the disease that has resulted in an increase in the demand for improved therapeutics, an increase in healthcare expenditure, and a rise in government funding for oncology and other research activities. Thus, these factors are expected to drive the market in the Asia Pacific during the forecast period. Companies MentionedSanofiJohnson & Johnson Services Inc.Pfizer Inc.Astellas Pharma, Inc.Bayer AG Castrate-resistant Prostate Cancer Market Report HighlightsProstate cancer is the highest prevalent cancer in men. 1 in 9 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer.Within 3 years of diagnosis, 10-50% of overall prostate cancer cases develop into metastatic castrate-resistant prostate cancer.The recommendation of products from healthcare authorities is expected to increase the sales of the drug, thereby fueling market growth. For instance, Provenge is recommended by the Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer, the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, and the American Urological Association.Australia and New Zealand have the highest prevalence rate of the disease, followed by North America and Europe.In Asia Pacific, the market is likely to witness the fastest CAGR of 11.5% from 2020 to 2027. Key Topics Covered: Chapter 1. Methodology and Scope Chapter 2. Executive Summary Chapter 3. Castrate-Resistant Prostate Cancer Market Variables, Trends & Scope 3.1. Castrate-Resistant Prostate Cancer Market Lineage outlook 3.1.1. Parent market outlook 3.2. Penetration & Growth Prospect Mapping 3.3. User Perspective Analysis 3.4. Regulatory Framework 3.5. Market Dynamics 3.5.1. Market driver analysis 126.96.36.199. Rising prevalence of castrate-resistant prostate cancer 188.8.131.52. Increasing technological advancements 184.108.40.206. Rising adoption of treatment 3.5.2. Market restraint analysis 220.127.116.11. Lack of standard therapy 3.6. Castrate-Resistant Prostate Cancer Market Analysis Tools 3.6.1. Industry Analysis – Porter’s 18.104.22.168. Supplier Power 22.214.171.124. Buyer Power 126.96.36.199. Substitution Threat 188.8.131.52. Threat from New Entrant 184.108.40.206. Competitive Rivalry 3.6.2. PESTEL Analysis 220.127.116.11. Political Landscape 18.104.22.168. Environmental Landscape 22.214.171.124. Social Landscape 126.96.36.199. Technology Landscape 188.8.131.52. Legal Landscape Chapter 4. Castrate-Resistant Prostate Cancer Market: Therapy Estimates & Trend Analysis 4.1. Definitions & Scope 4.2. Therapy Market Share Analysis, 2019 & 2027 4.3. Therapy Dashboard 4.4. Castrate-Resistant Prostate Cancer Market, By Therapy, 2016 to 2027 4.5. Market Size & Forecasts and Trend Analyses, 2016 to 2027 for the following, Chapter 5. Castrate-resistant Prostate Cancer Market: Segment Analysis, By Region, 2016 – 2027 (USD Million) 5.1 Castrate-resistant Prostate Cancer Market, Market Share by Region, 2019 & 2027 5.1.1 North America 5.1.2 Europe 5.1.3 Asia Pacific 5.1.4 Latin America 5.1.5 Middle East and Africa Chapter 6. Company Profiles 6.1. Recent developments & impact analysis, by key market participants 6.2. Company/Competition Categorization (Key innovators, Market leaders, Emerging players) 6.3. Public Companies 6.4. Private Companies 6.5. Company Profiles For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/k48r4p View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210204005753/en/ CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager [email protected] For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900 KEYWORD: INDUSTRY KEYWORD: RADIOLOGY PHARMACEUTICAL HEALTH ONCOLOGY SOURCE: Research and Markets Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/04/2021 10:04 AM/DISC: 02/04/2021 10:04 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210204005753/en WhatsApp Twitter Pinterest Local NewsBusiness
‘Still a killer virus’: WHO And the World Health Organization also stressed that the new coronavirus had not suddenly become less pathogenic.”We need to be careful: this is still a killer virus,” WHO emergencies director Michael Ryan told journalists.”We need to be exceptionally careful not to create a sense that, all of a sudden, the virus, by its own volition, has now decided to be less pathogenic,” said Ryan, who has a background in epidemiology.”It is not the case at all.”The head of Italy’s National Health Council, Franco Locatelli, said he was “baffled” by Zangrillo’s comments.”It’s enough to look at the number of new positive cases confirmed every day to see the persistent circulation in Italy of the new coronavirus,” he said.The director of the prestigious Spallazani infectious diseases institute in Rome, Giuseppe Ippolito, also said there was no scientific proof the virus had mutated or changed in potency.The government has insisted this is one of the most dangerous phases of a pandemic that has claimed over 33,000 lives in the country.It has urged people to abide by social distancing rules and wear masks to prevent the virus from spreading once again.A contact-tracing app to help the country avoid a virus relapse was being launched Monday in four of the country’s 20 regions, with others soon to follow.As part of the next stage of reopening the country, from Wednesday, foreign tourists will be able to enter Italy again and people will be able to move between regions. “The swabs performed over the past 10 days have showed a viral load that is absolutely infinitesimal in quantitative terms compared to those carried out a month or two months ago,” he said in an interview on RAI television on Sunday.”Someone has to take responsibility for terrorizing the country,” Zangrillo added.Milan is the capital of the northern region of Lombardy, which took the brunt of the pandemic in Italy.Several specialists, in Italy and abroad, were quick to object to Zangrillo’s remarks. Dr. Oscar MacLean, of the MRC-University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research, said Zangrillo’s claims were “not supported by anything in the scientific literature, and also seem fairly implausible on genetic grounds”.Martin Hibberd, a professor at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, said: “In a situation where the numbers of severe cases are falling, there may be time to start observing people with less severe symptoms — giving the impression that the virus is changing.” Top scientists, health officials and the WHO on Monday rushed to counter claims made by a leading Italian doctor who said the new coronavirus “no longer exists” in the country.The row came as Italy prepared the next stage of its gradual easing of a national lockdown imposed three months ago to fight the spread of the deadly virus.”In reality, the virus clinically no longer exists in Italy,” said Alberto Zangrillo, head of the San Raffaele Hospital in Milan. Topics :
CASPER, Wyo. – With IMCA Modifieds and IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks returning to race night programs, new promoters Faye and Ray Nash are in charge of a busy schedule look to build on an already solid car count foundation at Casper Speedway.The IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing point season for both divisions starts May 11 at the half-mile dirt Wyoming speedplant with season championship night set for Aug. 31.The Nashes come to Casper following a five-year stint at Valentine Speedway in Glenrock.“We started with about 20 cars there and built it up. What we want to do here is build on the car counts that have already been established,” Mrs. Nash said. “Casper is a tremendous facility and what it needs now is just some TLC. We want people to drive in and say ‘this is awesome.’”Regular race night at Casper is Friday. Both the Modifieds and Hobby Stocks are on midweek July 3 and 4 Bob Shierkolk Memorial programs.Track points will be awarded to Modified drivers on 10 nights and to Hobby Stocks on 20 nights.“What we like best about IMCA are the rules,” noted Mrs. Nash. “They’re right there in black and white.”Casper also hosts June 12 and 13 IMCA Modified Gunslinger Tour dates, with the second show a $1,000 to win qualifying event for the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot.The Bill Burnside Memorial special for Hobby Stocks is July 27, the O’Reilly Auto Parts special for Modifieds on Aug. 17.Modified points earned at Casper count toward Larry Shaw Race Cars Western Region standings, Hobby Stock points toward Big Daddy Race Cars Northern Region standings.
A Chinese man pleaded guilty on Friday to taking photographs of a U.S. Navy base in the Florida Keys.According to The Miami Herald, 27-year-old Lyuyou Liao appeared in U.S. District Court in Key West two months after he was arrested for using his cellphone to take photos in a restricted area of the Naval Air Station known as the Truman Annex.Liao was arrested Dec. 26 and charged with entering Naval property for the purpose of photographing defense installations.Last week, he pleaded guilty to one count of photographing or sketching defense installations and faces up to one year in prison.Two Chinese nationals were arrested early last month, when they drove into the base and began taking pictures after a security officer said they could not enter the property without military identification.In addition, another Chinese man, 20-year-old Zhao Qianli, pleaded guilty last year to illegally taking photographs at the same Florida Keys installation. He was sentenced to a year in federal prison.
Facebook0Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by Saint Martin’s University Saint Martin’s University welcomes Cecelia Loveless as the Vice President of Institutional Advancement.Cecelia Loveless has 18 years of experience in higher education, including more than 10 years in fundraising and administration. As the Vice President for Planning and College Advancement at South Puget Sound Community College, Loveless established a strong fundraising plan, significantly growing the college’s endowments, rebranding the college’s fundraising event and increasing event revenue by 400 percent. In addition, Loveless led the College through the final stages of their strategic plan and recent accreditation visit from the Northwest Commission on Community Colleges and Universities.“We are very pleased to have Cecelia join Saint Martin’s. She is the right leader for this important, strategic role for the University,” says President Roy F. Heynderickx, Ph.D.As vice president for institutional advancement, Loveless will serve as the chief fundraiser for the University. Her responsibilities include administration of the Office of Institutional Advancement, management of the University’s development efforts and oversight of all alumni, parent and donor relations.“The students and alumni are so passionate about what they get out of Saint Martin’s and that inspires me to work hard for the University,” says Loveless. “Saint Martin’s is known for its values-based education and that is one of the reasons I am so honored to be a part of this team.”“During my time at South Puget Sound Community College, I witnessed a lot of SPSCC first-generation students continuing with their studies at Saint Martin’s,” she adds. “Because of that, I realized that coming here to continue my support of providing access to higher education was a natural pathway for me, personally and professionally.”Loveless is a student in the Masters of Public Administration program at the Evergreen State College and completed her Capstone project on Institutional Effectiveness in 2014. She has a Bachelor of Science degree from Oregon State University. Loveless is considered an expert in her field for raising critical friends and funds in support of higher education. She finished specialist training through the Council for Resource Development in 2005.Loveless is a member of the Board of Directors for the Olympia Rotary Club and Leadership Thurston County. She served as President for South Sound Partners in Philanthropy in 2012. In 2008, the Business Examiner recognized Loveless at their annual “Women of Influence” event as a “Rising Star.” In her personal life, Loveless is dedicated to her family and proud of her three children, Ethan, Zachary and Alexandra.
More over big city teams, the Neptunes are in town.The Heritage City squad did not disappoint the coaching staff as the swimmers pushed the big dogs of the province at the recent 2011 B.C. Swim Association Championships held last week in Richmond.“As a region we got 20 medals all together which is awesome,” Neptune pool boss Michelle Lorusso told The Nelson Daily upon the team’s return.“It is always hard to go down to the coast and compete against the other regions (because they have) much more competition than (here) in the Kootenays for some of these kids.”Headlining the Neptunes run were Samuel Matthew and Rebecca Afford. Both swimmers registered eighth-place finishes — Matthew in 50-meter breaststroke and Afford in 100-meter breaststroke.Matthew also recorded a 13th place in 100-meter individual medley.Other Neptune results had Melissa Afford 15th in the 50 meter butterfly; high-flyer Kiandra McLaren 14th in 100 meter breaststroke and Jakob Brager 12th in 50-meter-freestyle.”I feel that our swimmers finished the season well with most achieving their goal (of best times) or making it into finals/consolations,” said Lorusso.“Quality over quantity seemed to be our theme this season, and our team really impressed all the coaches this summer and proved that.”The championships in Richmond conclude the summer season for the Neptunes.Some swimmers will head off to the high school circuit while others may try the winter swim [email protected]
PROTEST NOT NEW WESTERN BUREAU: Orville Powell, president of newly crowned Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) champions, Montego Bay United (MBU) , said he has been stung by the callous way in which ‘The Establishment’ treated his club in the build-up to Sunday’s final against Portmore United, which precipitated what is now regarded as the ‘Respect Protest’. Powell told The Gleaner that the decision taken by MBU was to bring attention and awareness to the careless attitude of some people involved in administering football locally and that of the Premier League Clubs Association (PLCA). “Our protest was justified and justifiable,” stated Powell. “We thought at the time the best way to bring to the people’s attention what was really going on was to use the biggest stage for local football – the Premier League final – as a staging ground of this protest,” he said. “Now that it was a success based on what people are now saying, I would think we achieved our goal, which was simply to highlight how badly run certain aspects of our football product is,” Powell noted. In protest, MBU turned up for Sunday’s final at the Montego Bay Sports Complex five minutes before the scheduled 4 p.m. kick-off clad in black with white letters on the back of shirts worn by the players spelling ‘RESPECT’, the word spelt with one letter each on the back of the shirts of seven players – when they turned their back to the crowd – who stood in the front line. Then there was another part to the message: ‘IF YOU WANT TO GET IT, YOU MUST GIVE IT.’ For Powell, there could be no bigger stage than the live televised final of the nation’s top league, beamed to some 24 countries. “All my players agreed that that was the way to go. We are all a family at MBU, and we felt more than disrespected by the PLCA among others about how they went about business leading up the final,” stated Powell. He said not being invited to a meeting with the PLCA, at which the date and time of the game was changed necessitated the club taking a stand. “Lest the public forgets, we at MBU started this very same protest two years ago, when we stated the PLCA – and football in general – needed to be managed with transparency. That was only the beginning. “Now, on top of the lack of transparency, among other issues, this club has clearly been to some degree insulted. Matters leading up the final against Portmore only made it worse, so we took the stand we did, and as I said, we are willing to face the consequences of our actions because in all fairness, our actions are about doing the right thing,” Powell said. MBU went on to defeat Portmore 2-1 to claim a second Premier League title in three years, and while delighted with the game’s eventual outcome, Powell declared that the protests will continue until change is made to how football is governed locally.
OAKLAND — Mike Fiers was handed the role of ace of the A’s rotation when he pitched the season-opener against the Seattle Mariners, and he continues to establish himself in that position.Fiers (10-3) won his eighth decision in a row Saturday night as the A’s beat the St. Louis Cardinals 8-3 before 24,851 at the Coliseum. The A’s remain a half-game behind Tampa Bay in the race for the second American League wild-card spot.Mark Canha’s two-run single in the first and Chad Pinder’s pinch-hit …
Darwinism got beat up in the polls again. World Net Daily reported on a new Zogby poll that showed that “69 percent of Americans believe public school teachers should present both the evidence for and against Darwinian evolution.” Evolution News had comments about the poll; secular news media seemed to pay no attention. An interviewer in France was stunned at the contempt against Darwinists expressed by mathematician David Berlinski, reprinted on Intelligent Design the Future. Berlinski attributed the power of Darwinism merely to money, power and prestige, not science. He expressed utter disdain for leading Darwinists like Eugenie Scott, Paul Gross and Richard Dawkins, calling them ideologues. “Eugenie Scott is a small squirrel-like creature who is often sent out to defend Darwin,” he said. “Whenever doubts are raised, she withdraws a naturalistic nut from her cache and flaunts it proudly.” In his wild ride through mathematics, history and philosophy, Berlinski maintained that Darwinism is a mere ideological system. “The real mark of an ideological system is its presumptuousness,” he said. “There is nothing it cannot explain by means of a few trite ideas.” He compared Darwinism to Marxism: a system that explained everything in simplistic terms, was fashionable among intellectuals for awhile, but has had its day and is rapidly fading.Berlinski’s interview sizzles with contempt and almost goes overboard. He can get away with it because he is a respected mathematician and not an evangelical Christian. Most of us had better talk a little sweeter. He agrees with what we have been saying here, though, that the Darwin Party is mainly an entrenched, power-hungry storytelling society, not a group of truth-seeking scientists. It’s important to realize that not all the highly-educated, knowledgeable scholars claiming this are “religious fundamentalists.”(Visited 5 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
According to the report, attention would be given to those sectors which were already showing signs of early job losses, including the clothing, textiles and footwear, mining, and the automotive and capital equipment sectors. Development finance “In line with the principles outlined above, we are convinced of the need for a bold intervention in the form of a broad stimulus package, as signalled in the recent budget that has economic and social components,” the report states. 20 February 2009 The South African government is to spend R10-billion over the next three years on the National Jobs Initiative, which will bring together a range of new and revamped programmes as part of an initiative to save jobs during the global economic crisis. Stimulus packages The report mentions that development finance institutions would need to play a significant role alongside the government in order to save jobs and keep the South African economy buoyant, and the joint committee has tasked these institutions with providing their rescue package proposals to the task team within four weeks. With the help of organised business and labour, the government is to develop proposals within the next four weeks to provide a rescue package to other affected industries, including the electrical and electronics sector, engineering and the building materials industry. Details of the initiative were released in a report, “Framework for South Africa’s response to the international economic crisis”, drawn up by a task team comprising members of government, business and organised labour, which met in Cape Town on Thursday. The initiative’s goals are to minimise job losses, ensure that all activities strengthen the capacity of the economy, and sustain are high levels of investment in public sector infrastructure. “Such [stimulus] packages will include reciprocal commitments by companies of what they will contribute to turnaround strategies,” the report states. The parties also agreed to develop action plans to ensure timely implementation of a number of planned initiatives, including intensifying the expanded public works programme. Following the meeting of the committee, a number of task teams have been established to monitor progress on the proposals put forward. They include task teams for leadership, investment and financing, social interventions, employment, and distressed sectors. Source: BuaNews