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2012 Prescription Drug User Fees Announced
By Amy Ritter
FDA announced in late July the 2012 user fees collected under the Prescription Drug User Fee Act of 2007.
Merck Announces Further Restructuring, Job Cuts
By Patricia Van Arnum
Merck & Co. announced last week that it plans to reduce its global workforce, as measured by year-end 2009 levels, by an additional 12–13% by 2015. The company made the announcement as part of its second-quarter earnings release, which the company issued on July 29, 2011.
ISPE Publishes Guide for Process Gases
By Erik Greb
The International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering published a guidance document that defines current best practices in pharmaceutical manufacturing applications for handling gases that come into direct contact with the biopharmaceutical and pharmaceutical process steams.
Week of August 1, 2011: McNeil-PPC Lowers Maximum Daily Dose for Acetaminophen Products Sold in the US; Sanofi Names David-Alexandre Gros as Chief Strategy Officer; and More.
McNeil-PPC Lowers Maximum Daily Dose for Single-Ingredient Acetaminophen Products Sold in the US; Sanofi Names David-Alexandre Gros as Chief Strategy Officer; and More.
Regulatory Roundup: FDA Website Provides Information on Drug Shortages
FDA Website Provides Information on Drug Shortages.

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