All news articles for September 2019

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FDA aims to speed naloxone generics to market

By Ben Hargreaves

US FDA follows up the first generic approval of naloxone nasal spray by encouraging companies to apply with generic applications amid the North American opioid crisis.

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Ranitidine recalls sweep globe

By Ben Hargreaves

US, Canadian, South Korean, and Indian authorities recommend the recall of certain ranitidine medicines due to cancer-causing impurity.

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Torrent expands recall of losartan products, again

By Ben Hargreaves

Torrent announces that it will recall batches of losartan tablets for the sixth time, after the detection of NMBA exceeding acceptable daily intake levels in latest recall.

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How invested is pharma in sustainability?

By Ben Hargreaves

As a day of climate strikes unfolds across the world, we ask how far pharma is engaged on the issue, as well as noting recent innovations that suggest companies are looking at what can be done.

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Darmerica recalls API lots due to label mix-up

By Vassia Barba

Darmerica recalls two lots of product labeled as quinacrine, a compound used as a sclerosing agent, which were instead found to contain a treatment for malaria.