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CDER Identifies Key Regulatory Science Needs and Strategies
By Angie Drakulich
FDA released this week a report from its Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) that identifies regulatory science needs that will guide CDER's strategic planning in the years ahead and allow it to fulfill its regulatory mission.
BMS to Acquire Amira for $325 Million
By Stephanie Sutton
Bristol-Myers Squibb has signed an agreement to acquire Amira Pharmaceuticals, a small-molecule company with a focus on treatments for inflammatory and fibrotic diseases, for $325 million.
WHO Predicts Flu-Vaccine Production Will Double by 2015
By Erik Greb
The global production of seasonal influenza vaccine will double to 1.7 billion doses by 2015, according to a World Health Organization presentation.
Foreign Scientists Welcome, Sort Of
By Amy Ritter
The age of globalized industry should result in fewer barriers between countries, but in practice it is rarely that straightforward, according to a report by ScienceInsider.
EMA Improves the Readability of Packaging Leaflets
By Stephanie Sutton
The European Medicines Agency has updated the template for package leaflets to make the information easier for patients to understand.
Week of July 25, 2011: AstraZeneca Receives FDA Approval for Brilinta; Sanofi Makes Several Senior Appointments; and More.
AstraZeneca Receives FDA Approval for Brilinta; Sanofi Makes Several Senior Appointments; and More.

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