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‘First liquid aspirin’ maker seeks licensing deal

Liquid aspirin is safer than effervescent competitors, its maker claims

01-Oct-2015 - Innovate Pharmaceuticals has launched what it claims is the world’s first shelf-stable liquid aspirin, and says it is on the look-out for a licensing partner for the “$500m” market.

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Teva adds an 'appy medium to its respiratory portfolio with Gecko buy

30-Sep-2015 - Teva has acquired Gecko Health Innovations, adding an inhaler app it says can help patients manage asthma and COPD.

Heptares awarded NIH grant to tackle cocaine addiction

29-Sep-2015 - Blocking the neuropeptides that regulate arousal and appetite could lead to a treatment for cocaine addiction, says Heptares which has received an NIH development grant.

Novartis extends Unilife deal for drug delivery device

29-Sep-2015 - Novartis has extended a deal with Unilife for the supply of an injectable drug delivery system for use with an early stage drug candidate.

Potential $1.25bn deal adds CEPT inhibitor to Amgen's cardiovascular offerings

22-Sep-2015 - Amgen could pay up to $1.25bn Dezima Pharma if its promising lead candidate - the cholesterol buster TA-8995 - is approved.

Glide and Cilian team to develop solid dose flu vaccine

22-Sep-2015 - Cilian has teamed up with Glide Technologies to develop a solid dose influenza vaccine to be delivered via a needle-free injector.


Sun Pharma eyes US ocular delivery expert

16-Sep-2015 - Indian generics company Sun Pharma has made a $48m offer for US eye drug maker InSite Vision and its delivery platform.

Biocon launches insulin pen, fully 'made in India' from new device plant

16-Sep-2015 - Biocon has begun commercial manufacturing at its Bangalore devices facility to support the launch of its insulin pen product, Basalog One.

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