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30-Oct-2015 - A protein in malaria could be used to deliver anti-cancer drugs to many types of tumours.
30-Oct-2015 - Hanson Research and Shimadzu have teamed up to combine their respective technologies into an automated online pharmaceutical testing system.
29-Oct-2015 - Younger women are less likely than younger men to be prescribed or fill their medication after a heart attack, new research shows.
29-Oct-2015 - Big pharma is adopting Google Glass-type tech to remotely advise and monitor manufacturing operators, says the company licensing the handsfree tech.
29-Oct-2015 - Pollution caused by pharmaceuticals in wastewater is a major challenge facing the industry, but researchers in Greece may have come up with a solution.
29-Oct-2015 - Researchers have taken a step closer to nanomotor-based drug delivery by creating a tiny motor to follow a chemical path towards target cells.
28-Oct-2015 - A team of researchers has modified a lectin protein found in bananas to diminish its inflammatory properties, potentially setting it on the path to use as an antiviral.
28-Oct-2015 - Irish scientists have completed the most comprehensive structural study yet of a PEGylated protein, giving greater insight into how such molecules improve injectable therapies.
26-Oct-2015 - A GlaxoSmithKline plant in China that was hit by an explosion in the summer has had its Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) certificate revoked by the UK medicines regulator.
26-Oct-2015 - The number of clinical trials given the green light in Russia has increased 13% in the third quarter of the year, which could be thanks in part to a reduction...
26-Oct-2015 - A nanoparticle that binds to immune cells in the body has been shown to tune down inflammation and offer a potential first-of-a-kind treatment for sepsis.
23-Oct-2015 - Pfizer has announced an extra 90 production jobs at Dublin’s Grange Castle biomanufacturing site, adding to the 40 hires it plans for its API facilities in Cork, Ireland.
22-Oct-2015 - Around 500,000 doses of unlicensed erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs have been seized by the UK’s Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).
22-Oct-2015 - AstraZeneca has opened a $224m manufacturing site in Russia it says is the largest foreign pharma investment in the country.
22-Oct-2015 - As pharma sells off manufacturing capacity and outsources to large and specialist CMOs, smart contract houses will have an opportunity to grab market share in a currently fragmented sector, say...
22-Oct-2015 - Biogen will cut around 530 US jobs as part of a restructuring plan it hopes will save $250m (€221m) in operating costs annually.
21-Oct-2015 - ‘Pharmerging markets’ have extended beyond Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRIC) and will be worth $500bn by 2020, according to Reva Pharma.
21-Oct-2015 - An advisor to the pharma industry on M&A says the current boom in pharma valuations will not last, and R&D cost pressures will reshape firms of the future....
21-Oct-2015 - Sanofi has reportedly issued a hiring freeze across its commercial team for its inhaled insulin product, Afrezza.
20-Oct-2015 - Medline Industries has recalled a lot of acetaminophen (paracetamol) tablets after they were wrongly labelled with a lesser dose.
20-Oct-2015 - The US FDA has issued an alert warning the public not to take drugs marked as sterile by compounding firm Qualgen.
20-Oct-2015 - EMD Millipore will offer drugmakers two-years of unlimited access to its suite of raw materials dossiers for 20,000€ as part of its enhanced portfolio offering.
20-Oct-2015 - Hovione will spend $10m refurbishing a plant acquired from a Portuguese generics company to create an oral and inhalation formulation site.
19-Oct-2015 - Problems with manufacturing have left Shire with a Complete Response Letter for its dry eye disease small-molecule integrin inhibitor lifitegrast.
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