"pain relief" Category

Health Care Small Cap Stocks Looking, Well, Healthy

Posted On June 10, 2014 | by AllenCaron

Though the small cap market as a whole has been down lately, one sector appears to be rallying and surpassing the others. That’s right – health care companies, a mainstay of small cap indices, is on the […]

Small Cap Stocks to Watch: The Future of Diabetes Care

Posted On April 15, 2014 | by AllenCaron

An article this month from Reuters Health involved a positive message for Americans at-risk for diabetes or suffering from the disease: out-of-pocket expenses for diabetes treatment has actually decreased, according to a study just released by the […]

The Alleviation of Pain: Does It Threaten Drug Abuse?

Posted On January 15, 2012 | by AllenCaron

Last week the NY DAILY NEWS warned its readers of the potential dangers of advanced opioid drugs that are designed and clinically tested for pain relief — but potentially open to the kind of rampant drug abuse […]

It’s often been noted that bacteria live on an “evolutionary fast track” and that antibiotics should be used judiciously to treat them or they will quickly become ineffective.  Still, the announcement this week that Japanese researchers had […]

Big-Indication Small Biotechs: Value Waiting to be Realized

Posted On October 15, 2010 | by AllenCaron

Something heard regularly from investors in the biotech and pharma world is that they want to find companies working on big indications that are underserved  (an “indication” is a disease or condition that could be helped in some way by […]


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