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Genzyme Meets Consent Decree Deadline

Dec 2, 2010

Genzyme (Cambridge, MA) officially ended fill?finish operations at its Allston Landing, Massachusetts, plant for products sold in the United States, thereby fulfilling a requirement of a US Food and Drug Administration consent decree.

Novartis to Seek Innovation and Efficiencies

Nov 24, 2010

On Nov. 17, 2010, Novartis (Basel) disclosed its long-term business strategy, which emphasizes diversification in what the company described as high-growth healthcare segments.

GAO Evaluates FDA's Response to 2008 Heparin Crisis

Nov 18, 2010

During the 20 months before the crisis of contaminated heparin in early 2008, the US Food and Drug Administration did not inspect any Chinese heparin firms, according to a US Government Accountability Office, (GAO) report.

Product Differentiation: The Prize for the Winning Drug–Device Combination

Nov 17, 2010

To find out about the regulatory, formulation, and manufacturing considerations involved in developing a new device to deliver a drug, Equipment and Processing Report talked to Paul Wotton, CEO of Antares Pharma.

Lawmakers Question the Activities of FDA's Puerto Rico Office

Nov 11, 2010

The US Food and Drug Administration's Puerto Rico district office "may be having difficulty exercising oversight on the numerous pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities on the island," according to Rep. Edolphus Towns (D-NY), chair of the US House of Representatives Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.

GAO Says FDA Should Improve Its Rate of Foreign Inspections

Nov 4, 2010

From fiscal year 2007 to 2009, the US Food and Drug Administration increased the number of foreign drug inspections it conducted, but the agency still conducted fewer foreign inspections than domestic inspections each year, according to a recent report by the US Government Accountability Office (GAO).

Eli Lilly: the Pharmaceutical Industry's Everyman

Oct 25, 2010

Wall Street analysts gave Eli Lilly (Indianapolis, IN) executives the third degree last Thursday when the company presented its third-quarter results.

International Organizations Combat Online Sales of Counterfeit Drugs

Oct 21, 2010

During Oct. 5-12, 2010, more than 40 countries cooperated in an international week of action to combat the online sale of counterfeit and illegal drugs and to raise awareness of their associated health risks.

How to Remove the Paper Chase from Training Management

Oct 20, 2010

Jeffrey Hartry, director of quality systems and information at Cangene (Winnipeg, Canada), talks about his company?s conversion from a paper-based to an electronic training-management system.


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