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Actavis challenges Multaq and Colcrys patents

02-03-2014

Ireland-headquartered generic drugmaker Actavis revealed on Friday (February 28) that French pharma giant…

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EMA Pharmacovigilance unit updates on Iclusig, diacerein and acipimox

EMA Pharmacovigilance unit updates on Iclusig, diacerein and acipimox

09-11-2013

At its November 4-7 meetings, the European Medicines Agency’s Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee…

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Amgen and Astellas link up on drugs for unmet medical needs in Japan

29-05-2013

World leading independent biotech firm Amgen (Nasdaq: AMGN) has joined forces with Japanese drug major…

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News briefs: Pfizer's filiburvir; Sanofi's Plavix; EMA sued over transparency

11-03-2013

Among a batch of news reported over the weekend, US drugs behemoth Pfizer (NYSE: PFE) has halted development…

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Merck & Co highlights pipeline progress; plans eight US filings in 2012-

11-11-2011

US pharma giant Merck & Co (NYSE:MRK) hosted an upbeat R&D and Business Briefing yesterday, where it…

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EMA says risk-benefit of ARBs positive; acts on Advagraf and Protelos/Osseor

21-10-2011

In a flurry of late news yesterday from the European Medicines Agency and its Committee for Medicinal…

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German pharma hails progress against heart disease and rheumatism

13-10-2011

Cardiovascular disease is the most common cause of death in Germany, with 60,000 people dying of a heart…

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