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Pfizer Settles Patent Litigation with Mylan
By Jennifer Markarian
Pfizer and Mylan have agreed on terms by which Mylan may launch its generic version of Pfizer's Detrol LA (tolterodine tartrate) extended-release capsules, pending final approval by FDA.
Eli Lilly Receives FDA Warning Letter
By Stephanie Sutton
Eli Lilly has received an FDA Warning Letter because of a "misleading" image of a multicolored brain that appeared on the company's website for the diagnostic PET tracer, Amyvid.
CDER to Expand Office of Generic Drugs
By Susan Haigney
As a result of the passage of the Generic Drug User Fee Amendments Act, Janet Woodcock, director of the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, announced her plan to reorganize the Office of Generic Drugs (OGD) into a super office that would include subordinate offices. The new super office would report directly to Director Woodcock, with Greg Geba continuing his role as OGD director.
Despite Setbacks, PhRMA Awards Encourage Research into and Fight against Alzheimer's
By Angie Drakulich
Delaying the onset of Alzheimer's disease by just five years could reduce the cost for care of Alzheimer's patients by $447 billion a year by 2050, according to a new PhRMA report.
Just Announced: PhRMA's Research and Hope Award Recipients
By Angie Drakulich
John Castellani, President of PhRMA, talks to PharmTech about its 2012 Research and Hope Award recipients.
Week of September 10, 2012: Cambridge Major Laboratories Expands API Manufacturing Facility; Spectrum Completes Acquisition of Allos Therapeutics; and More
Cambridge Major Laboratories Expands API Manufacturing Facility; Spectrum Completes Acquisition of Allos Therapeutics; and More.

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