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Genzyme Expands

Jun 14, 2007

Cambridge, MA (June 7)-Genzyme Corp. is growing, with a new biomanufacturing plant planned and other expansions nearing completion.

EFPIA Urges Adoption of Anticounterfeiting Measure

Jun 14, 2007

Brussels (May 30)-The European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA) called for the pan-European and industry-wide adoption of 2-D barcode technology to combat the increase in counterfeit drugs in Europe.

Bavarian Nordic Receives $1.6-Billion Contract from HHS

Jun 7, 2007

Kvistgard, Denmark (June 4)-Bavarian Nordic received a $1.6-billion contract from the US Department of Health and Human Services to manufacture and deliver 20 million doses of its smallpox vaccine "Imvamune."

FDA to Take Action Against Companies Marketing Unapproved Guaifenesin Products

May 31, 2007

Rockville, MD (May 25)-The US Food and Drug Administration issued a statement announcing its intention to take action against companies that market unapproved timed-release drug products that contain the expectorant guaifenesin.

FDA Issues Draft Guidance for Labeling Prescription Drugs

May 17, 2007

Rockville, MD (May)-The US Food and Drug Administration issued a draft guidance, "Labeling for Human Prescription Drugs-Determining Established Pharmacologic Class for Use in the Highlights of Prescribing Information."

Amylin Expands Manufacturing Facility in Ohio

May 10, 2007

Hamilton, OH (May 2)-Amylin Ohio LLC, a subsidiary of Amylin Pharmaceuticals, is expanding construction at its manufacturing facility in West Chester, Ohio. The expansion increases the company?s total investment to approximately $400 million.

Cardinal Plans to Use RFID in California

May 10, 2007

Dublin, OH (May 3)-In preparation for California?s new pedigree legislation, Cardinal Health plans to integrate radio frequency identification (RFID) technology into the operations at its pharmaceutical distribution center in Sacramento by fall 2007.

New Hope for Worldwide Influenza Vaccine Supply

May 3, 2007

Geneva, Switzerland (Apr. 27)-A meeting of the World Health Organization and the Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use's approval of Novartis's new cell culture-derived influenza vaccine offered new hope that sufficient numbers of vaccines could be produced in case of a pandemic.

Evaluating Impact of Personalized Medicines on Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

Apr 27, 2007

Interphex2007, New York, NY (Apr. 26)-As focus shifts away from "one-size-fits-all" medicines and begins centering on personalized medicines, many companies begin to wonder how they can manufacture such drugs economically. Mark Hirschel, chief scientific officer of BioVest International, addressed that issue in his presentation, "A Bioreactor System Designed for Production of Personalized Therapeutics," at Interphex on Thursday.

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