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Takeda to Acquire Nycomed
By Patricia Van Arnum
Takeda Pharmaceutical has agreed to acquire Nycomed, a Swiss pharmaceutical company for $13.5 billion, excluding Nycomed's US dermatology business. The deal is intended to increase Takeda's presence in European and emerging markets.
IMS Predicts Slowed Growth in Drug Spending
By Erik Greb
Global spending on medicines will total almost $1.1 trillion by 2015, according to an IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics study.
More Than 800 Medicines in Development for Diseases Affecting Women
By Amy Ritter
America's pharmaceutical research and biotechnology companies are developing 851 medicines for diseases that disproportionately affect American women, says a PhRMA report.
EMA Responds to Transparency Criticism
By Stephanie Sutton
Following recent accusations that the EMA puts companies' commercial interests ahead of public safety, the EMA has responded by emphasizing recent initiatives at the agency to improve data access.
Week of May 26, 2011: Company and People Notes: Almac opens new North American headquarters; Sanofi Pasteur appoints Damian Braga as senior vice-president of global commercial operations; and More.
Almac opens new North American headquarters; Sanofi Pasteur appoints Damian Braga as senior vice-president of global commercial operations; and More.
Regulatory Roundup: FDA holds meeting to discuss dosing information for OTC drugs containing acetaminophen
FDA held a joint meeting of its Nonprescription Drugs Advisory Committee and Pediatric Advisory Committee to discuss whether new dosing information for oral over-the-counter drug products containing acetaminophen should be added to the label for children under age 2.

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