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FDA Issues Guidance for Industry Direct-to-Consumer Television Advertisements
By Jennifer Markarian
On Mar. 12, 2012, FDA released a draft guidance document for industry direct-to-consumer television advertisements that describes FDA's plans for implementing predissemination review.
GE Healthcare to Acquire Xcellerex
By Amy Ritter
On Mar. 7, 2012, GE Healthcare announced an agreement to acquire Xcellerex, a supplier of manufacturing technologies for the biopharmaceutical industry, for an undisclosed amount.
EMA Announces Electronic Applications Pilot Program
By Stephanie Sutton
The European Medicines Agency has launched a pilot program for submitting centralized marketing authorization applications electronically.
Excellence United Strategic Alliance to Make North American Debut at INTERPHEX 2012 in New York
By Christopher Allen
Excellence United, an alliance of six specialty equipment companies, will make its first North American appearance at INTERPHEX 2012, held May 1–3 at the Javits Center in New York.
GSK Launches UK Apprenticeship Program
By Stephanie Sutton
GlaxoSmithKline is launching a new program that will create apprenticeships in several areas including manufacturing and R&D at the company's United Kingdom sites.
Week of Mar. 12, 2012: AstraZeneca Files Suit Against FDA; Pfizer, Biocon Terminate Biosimilar Alliance; and More
AstraZeneca Files Suit Against FDA; Pfizer, Biocon Terminate Biosimilar Alliance; and More.

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