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EMA Seeks to Identify R&D Gaps in Pediatrics

Sep 3, 2012

The European Medicines Agency has launched a public consultation concerning its inventory of pediatric medicines with the aim of highlighting where further R&D efforts are required. The consultation is the first of its kind in this area.

Europe Hones in on Antitrust Violations

The European Commission remains vigilant in monitoring potential pay-to-delay deals.
Sep 2, 2012

The European Commission remains vigilant in monitoring potential pay-to-delay deals.

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Sep 1, 2012

Big Pharma Placed in Malpractice Spotlight and other news from across the globe.

European Commission Investigates Pay-to-Delay Deals

Sep 1, 2012

Following an inquiry in 2009 that suggested the launch of various generic drugs was being delayed by anticompetitive business practices, the European Commission (EC) has been closely monitoring deals for potential breaches of the EU's antitrust rules.

EMA Deals with Manufacturing Deficiencies for Cancer Medicine

Aug 27, 2012

The European Medicines Agency has recommended that the anticancer medicine DepoCyte be recalled from EU countries following the discovery of manufacturing deficiencies at Pacira Pharmaceuticals' San Diego site.

GlaxoSmithKline Divests Brands in Australia for $271 Million

Aug 22, 2012

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is selling the majority of its 'classic brands' in Australia to Aspen Global for approximately £172 million ($271.1 million) in cash.

AstraZeneca and Bristol-Myers Squibb Extend Diabetes Alliance

Aug 13, 2012

AstraZeneca has paid approximately $3.2 billion to extend its diabetes alliance with Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS), following BMS's recently completed acquisition of Amylin Pharmaceuticals.

UK invests in $12.5-million Stem-Cell Institute

Aug 10, 2012

The UK is to invest £8 million ($12.5 million) in a new center that will be dedicated to stem-cell biology and medicine, with the aim of developing new therapeutic approaches to illnesses that currently have no effective treatments.

Novartis in Cancer Collaboration with University of Pennsylvania

Aug 6, 2012

Novartis has entered into a global collaboration with the University of Pennsylvania in the US to research, develop and commercialise targeted cancer therapies.

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