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Doctors ask for quick-dissolve meds to stop in-patient cheating

21-Oct-2014 - Patients receiving court-ordered treatment can be stopped from secretly spitting out their medicines by formulations which dissolve quickly in the mouth.

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CDMOs: Leave aseptic manufacturing to the Vetters of this world, says Aesica

14-Oct-2014 - Aesica has turned its back on sterile injectables manufacturing and, in an exclusive interview, told Outsourcing-Pharma.com there is now limited steriles capability in the UK following the exit of other key players. 

Catalent calls for greater academic and industry collaboration on delivery tech

02-Oct-2014 - Catalent has urged industry and academia to share knowledge about delivery technologies to help improve drug efficacy as it signs a deal to develop ADHD treatments for Cingulate.

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Personalised meds to deliver bigger market for oral film technologies says expert

02-Oct-2014 - Flexible inkjet printing and personalized medicine will grow the market for orodispersible delivery technologies according to experts at a conference in Germany this week.

Acorda gains pulmonary drug delivery tech in $525 Civitas deal

25-Sep-2014 - Acorda has gained a pulmonary delivery technology and a GMP manufacturing site in Massachusetts along with a Parkinson’s disease candidate in its $525m (€410m) acquisition of Civitas.

Telormedix granted 'most important patent ' for TLR agonist bladder cancer drug

22-Sep-2014 - Telormedix has been granted a European patent for increasing the solubility of its lead bladder cancer toll-like receptors (TLR) treatment Vesimune.

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Nobel prizes and the world’s top drug: a gallery of Scottish pharma

17-Sep-2014 - On the eve of the historical vote on Scottish independence from the UK tomorrow, we take a look at the pharma inventions Scotland gave the world.

Galen plans to sell “green whistle” inhalable pain drug in UK and Ireland

16-Sep-2014 - Almac’s subsidiary Galen has licensed UK sales and marketing rights to an emergency pain drug nicknamed the “green whistle” from Australian firm Medical Developments International (MVP).

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Share API audits or see quality slump, says Hovione

Share API audits or see quality slump, says Hovione

The sharing of audit reports for active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) is essential in order to help avert...

Personalised meds to deliver bigger market for oral film technologies says expert
dispatches from technopharm

Personalised meds to deliver bigger market for oral film technologies says expert

Flexible inkjet printing and personalized medicine will grow the market for orodispersible delivery technologies according to experts...

Complex regs and unknown markets top API shippers' logistics headaches
Pre CPhI Special

Complex regs and unknown markets top API shippers' logistics headaches

The world is getting larger, at least it is in terms of the pharmaceutical industry, according to...

How green was my Valium? Not very, despite industry claims
Pre CPhI Special

How green was my Valium? Not very, despite industry claims

Making active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) is a dirty business and you’d have to be pretty green to...

WHO welcomes industry response to Ebola crisis but calls for new drugs

WHO welcomes industry response to Ebola crisis but calls for new drugs

The Pharma industry has responded to the Ebola crisis in West Africa with developmental vaccines and aid...

Say ‘cheese’: database collects pill photos

Say ‘cheese’: database collects pill photos

The US National Institutes of Health (NIH) is collecting photos of pills and tablet in a database...

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