07-Jul-2015 - Even if claims about Kumdang-2 are real, access to the drug and other pharmaceuticals in North Korea is limited to those who can pay black market prices according to a UK-based defector.
News in brief
- Suspect Viagra pills seized in EU-wide swoop on organised crime gang
- Dutch pharma policy NGO Health Action International opens Brussels office
- EMA PSUR database fit for purpose
- Sobi terminates talks with unnamed suitor
- Indian industry group calls for clearer expiry date labelling rules for topic drugs
07-Jul-2015 - The European Commission last week officially added Israel and Brazil to a list of countries outside the EU that have standards of manufacture and supervision of APIs equivalent to those of the EU.
07-Jul-2015 - The EU has launched a €5m ($5.5m) programme across six facilities for characterising European nanomedicines.
06-Jul-2015 - Indian CRO Quest Life Sciences has been hit with a Notice of Concern (NOC) after the WHO questioned the data integrity of its clinical records.
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06-Jul-2015 - Toronto-based Attix Pharmaceuticals has received a US FDA warning letter after an inspection from November and a lack of corrective actions in the company’s response to the FDA.
News in brief
02-Jul-2015 - More evidence linking fake pharmaceuticals and organised crime emerged today with Dutch police seizing suspicious Viagra pills along with cocaine, MDMA and burglary tools.
02-Jul-2015 - The UK health minister has announced plans to label all British prescription medicines with their cost to the taxpayer.