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3D pill printing firm Aprecia leases Forest Labs site as production hub

3D printing firm buys old, new Forest plant

02-Mar-2015 - 3D drug printing firm Aprecia Pharmaceutical has leased an old Forest Labs facility sold following the firm’s $28bn takeover by Actavis last year .

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Sosei, so good: Heptares' collaborations to continue post takeover

26-Feb-2015 - Sosei's takeover will not impact Heptares's antibody tech collaboration with Morphosys according to the UK membrane protein specialist.

Salix latest purchase by Valeant after Dendreon deal

26-Feb-2015 - Valeant has signed a $14.5bn deal to acquire GI drugmaker Salix days after agreeing to purchase Provenge-maker Dendreon.

Syringe reuse not clever: WHO advocates use of "smart" syringes to stop disease spread

23-Feb-2015 - ‘Smart’ syringes that can’t be reused should be the drug and vaccine delivery technology of choice for healthcare programmes according to the WHO, which says needle reuse is spreading deadly infectious diseases.

Drug delivery tech’s shares skyrocket as it helps Novo Nordisk clear Phase II hurdle

23-Feb-2015 - A potential Type 2 diabetes drug from Novo Nordisk has met the primary endpoint of a Phase II trial and shares of Emisphere Technology, which helped to formulate the oral version of semaglutide, jumped by as much as 70% on Friday.

Lupin plans to take on GSK’s Advair and Forest Labs’s Aerochamber in the US

18-Feb-2015 - Lupin will co-develop a rival to GSK’s Advair in the US and has licensed rights to an inhaled drug delivery tech competitor for Forest Labs’s Aerochamber.

Targeting stem cell cilia could prevent obesity and yield new cancer and arthritis drugs say researchers

17-Feb-2015 - Having shorter hair stops you becoming fat…at least it does if you are a stem cell say researchers who claim restricting the growth of hair-like cilia found on such cells could yield new treatments for obesity.

Suboxone sales down as opioid addiction drug market intensifies

12-Feb-2015 - Opioid addiction drug Suboxone lost market share in 2014 according to newly independent Indivior, whose management says it is not intimidated by increased competition.

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Third time's a charm: Pfizer to buy Hospira for $17bn
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Third time's a charm: Pfizer to buy Hospira for $17bn

Pfizer has entered into a definitive merger agreement to buy Hospira for $17bn.

Vertellus buys antiretroviral API reagent plant from Dow

Vertellus buys antiretroviral API reagent plant from Dow

Specialty chemicals firm Vertellus will continue to supply antiretroviral drugmakers sodium borohydride following its takeover of a...

ScinoPharm: profits fall on higher costs, an idle plant and lower Qsymia sales

ScinoPharm: profits fall on higher costs, an idle plant and lower Qsymia sales

ScinoPharm was hurt by weak US demand for the weight loss pill Qsymia, higher raw material prices...

Analyst: Pfizer's withdrawal from Repligen deal "not smart" amid growing Big Pharma interest in SMA

Analyst: Pfizer's withdrawal from Repligen deal "not smart" amid growing Big Pharma interest in SMA

Pfizer must act fast to convince investors it can compete with Roche and Biogen Idec for a...

MUGAS-funded Tamiflu analysis included fewer studies than Cochrane review

MUGAS-funded Tamiflu analysis included fewer studies than Cochrane review

Researchers claiming Tamiflu cuts flu symptom duration and hospitalisations analysed less than half as many studies as...