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30-Apr-2015 - Japanese drug firms eyeing international investments should not be put off by Daiichi Sankyo’s turbulent ownership of Ranbaxy according to an Indian delegation in Tokyo last week to seek collaborations....
30-Apr-2015 - The Indian government has announced a scheme to boost home-grown production of APIs and bulk finished drugs.
30-Apr-2015 - [View the story "Bracknell hosts earnest drug delivery tech discussion" on Storify]
30-Apr-2015 - As the cost of clinical trials continues to grow, Janet Woodcock, director of the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research at the FDA told Senators earlier this week that there...
29-Apr-2015 - Japan’s membership of the PIC/S international inspection and manufacturing scheme bodes well for patients in Japan and elsewhere according to the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare and Pharmaceuticals and...
29-Apr-2015 - Sponsors can license biosimilars for multiple indications without performing clinical studies for each area, the EMA and FDA agree.
29-Apr-2015 - Biotech giant Amgen has begun hiring about 100 more research scientists and production engineers as part of an expansion at its office in Cambridge, Massachusetts at the same time as...
28-Apr-2015 - Drug companies that want to support aid efforts in Nepal should donate cash rather than medicines according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).
28-Apr-2015 - Hospira has recalled one lot of the anaesthetic Bupivacaine after a customer discovered orange and black particles floating and embedded in a glass vial.
28-Apr-2015 - Mylan has rejected an unsolicited bid by Teva and upped its offer for Perrigo, as the ongoing saga in the generics space continues.
28-Apr-2015 - ‘Epoch making’ revisions to Japanese drug laws have provided a pathway for development of safer, more innovative drugs according to MHLW director, Haruo Akagawa.
27-Apr-2015 - Generic drug use in Japan has started to increase but 'brand loyalty' is still a considerable challenge according to industry experts.
27-Apr-2015 - Mylan has recalled eight lots of injectables after foreign particulate matter was observed during the testing of samples.
27-Apr-2015 - And microbiology awards to research scientists and Médecins Sans Frontières.
23-Apr-2015 - Pfizer reduced costs 40% without cutting jobs at a facility in Sweden using an alternative approach to organisational and cultural behaviour, and hopes to do the same at its newly acquired Austrian...
23-Apr-2015 - Agilent Technologies has launched a quadrupole-time of flight (Q-TOF) mass spectrometry system for applications including food safety and pharmaceuticals.
23-Apr-2015 - Technology transfer is the first step to bringing pharma investments to Africa, says the African Regulatory Network (ARN).
23-Apr-2015 - A small molecule combination therapy has shown promise in defeating breast cancers resistant to the usual treatments.
22-Apr-2015 - The world’s top pharma and biologics manufacturing and processing companies have come together in New York this week to showcase the latest in equipment and services.
22-Apr-2015 - Recipharm has begun negotiations to manufacture a prostate cancer drug-device candidate for Swedish pharma firm LIDDS.
22-Apr-2015 - The US FDA has hit cancer-drug API maker Yunnan Hande Bio-Tech with a warning letter citing concerns over potential manipulation of quality test data at a plant in China.
22-Apr-2015 - The pharma world is converging on Tokyo this week and so are we to bring the latest news and views from the World’s second largest pharma market.
21-Apr-2015 - A merger with Mylan would “transform the global generics space” says Teva, which has entered a $40bn bid as an alternative to the recently proposed Mylan-Perrigo deal.
21-Apr-2015 - Pfizer and Regeneron are in Cuba this week, scouting the country for business opportunities.
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