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Nathan Jessop is a columnist for Pharmaceutical Technology Europe.
August 01, 2013
Orphan drugs for rare diseases are a major area of investment for pharmaceutical companies, but are they becoming too expensive for Europe to afford them?
July 01, 2013
As the dreaded patent cliff continues to haunt the pharmaceutical industry, some companies are resorting to desperate measures to delay generic drug entry into the market.
January 01, 2013
Vaccine manufacturing was predicted in 2008 to be on the cusp of a golden era, but instead the industry has experienced cost pressures, high-profile liability cases and production setbacks.
October 01, 2012
EMA has been increasing its interactions with other regulatory agencies across the globe. The agency's most talked about collaboration is with FDA, but EMA has also been intently focused on bolstering its relationship with its counterparts in Japan, India and Russia.
September 01, 2012
Regulators in both the EU and the US have attempted to stimulate paediatric-drug development with incentives offering extended periods of patent protection, but are these actions having the desired effects?
August 01, 2012
Germany has shifted from a market where the pharmaceutical industry could enjoy considerable pricing freedom to a sensitive market influenced by cost-containment policies.