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Presenting in Russian

November 19, 2014

The most unusual presentation I've made recently: me speaking English to Russian haematologists, with Russian slides. It's harder than you think..especially if you get out of synch by clicking the slide advancer twice. Still, it ...

Pharma and new antibiotics

November 18, 2014

Antibiotic resistance is a threat as great as terrorism, according to Sally Davies, the UK's Chief Medical Officer. Scaremongering? Many people don't think so, including the NHS and Public Health England, who've produced a video ...

Ebola fact and fiction

October 06, 2014

I recently moderated an international conference on infectious diseases in Istanbul. Amid the accounts of new strains of drug resistant bacteria, hopes of a cure for Hep C and even, one day, AIDS, there was ...

HIV 'cure' setback

July 21, 2014

Hopes that treating newborn HIV+ babies  with drugs could cure the infection have suffered a major setback, according the the journal Nature.  Researchers hoped that if they treated babies early, they could prevent the build ...

'War Cabinet' to fight bacterial resistance

July 17, 2014

The UK government has acted quickly after a report last week calling for more collaboration in the fight against Anti-Microbila Resistance (AMR).  They've announced that's exactly what's going to happen.  Surely this can't be because ...

Pharma reputation dilemma

July 10, 2014

I've run two workshops on pharma reputation recently, so this new survey caught my eye: Thought-provoking survey shows that only 23% of pharma execs think the industry knows what to do in order to improve reputation. ...

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Books by John Clare

John Clare is the author of a number of books on communication, science and the pharmaceutical industry:

Communicating Clearly About Science And Medicine
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Guide to Media Handling
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Organ Farm. With Jenny Bryan.
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Patents, Patients and Profits