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IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics Issues Forecast for Global Medicine Use

Jul 16, 2012

Global spending on medicines is estimated to reach nearly $1.2 trillion by 2016.

ISPE Issues Guidance for Packaging, Labeling, and Warehousing Facilities

Jul 9, 2012

ISPE has issued a guidance that is intended to help companies meet cGMP requirements for packaging, labeling, and warehousing facilities and avoid problems such as product adulteration, product mix-up, label mix-up, and misbranding.

Hot-Melt Developments

Developments in hot-melt extrusion using twin-screw extruders to make solid-dosage drug forms.
Jul 2, 2012

Developments in hot-melt extrusion using twin-screw extruders to make solid-dosage drug forms.

35th Anniversary Special: Breakthroughs and Emerging Technologies in Manufacturing

Industry experts share their insight on solid-dosage and sterile manufacturing.
Jul 2, 2012

Industry experts share their insight on solid-dosage and sterile manufacturing.

Teva Wins Patent-infringement Lawsuit Protecting Copaxone

Jun 25, 2012

US court ruled in favor of Teva in its patent-infringement lawsuit against Momenta and Mylan's generic versions of Teva's Copaxone.

Finding Value in Single-use Systems

Time- and cost-savings benefits help drive increased use of single-use, disposable systems in biopharmaceutical manufacturing.
Jun 20, 2012

Time- and cost-savings benefits help drive increased use of single-use, disposable systems in biopharmaceutical manufacturing.

Pharma Associations Provide Update on Anticounterfeiting Initiatives

Jun 11, 2012

European and US associations call for continued vigilance against the threat of counterfeit medicines.

Human Genome Sciences Rejects GlaxoSmithKline's $2.6 Billion Offer

May 21, 2012

Human Genome Sciences rejects GlaxoSmithKline offer to acquire the company and issues a poison pill to prevent a takeover.

Ongoing Challenges in Continuous Manufacturing

Advances in process analytical technology and in defining lots for release are key for enabling use of continuous processes in solid-dosage manufacturing.
May 16, 2012

Advances in process analytical technology and in defining lots for release are key for enabling use of continuous processes in solid-dosage manufacturing.

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