Spotlight On... Shkreli's Twitter account hacked, spokesperson says; UCB taps Sinequa for data trawl; Shire talks role of IT in patient services; and much more...

Hackers have reportedly taken control of Martin Shkreli's Twitter ($TWTR) account. Suspicion that the account had been compromised emerged on Sunday when Shkreli's Twitter handle fired off a series of posts that were unusual even by the standards of the controversial former CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals. "It was hacked," Craig Stevens, a spokesperson for Shkreli, told Reuters. "We have been working with Twitter to get it fixed." Report

> UCB hooked up with Sinequa to facilitate the searching of its fast-growing repository of structured and unstructured clinical trial data. News

> Shire ($SHPG) discussed its use of IT to deliver services to people with rare diseases. Feature

> Bracket added SMS message reminders to its randomization and trial supply management system. Release

> NantOmics published a paper on the integration of NGS data into the care of cancer patients. Item

> Apigee reported that 60% of adult smartphone owners in the U.S. use their devices to manage their health. More

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