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Daiichi Sankyo seeks wider indication for Cravit in Japan

Daiichi Sankyo seeks wider indication for Cravit in Japan

03-10-2014

Japanese drug major Daiichi Sankyo has submitted a supplemental New Drug Application (sNDA) in Japan…

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Added indication for Daiichi Sankyo’s Lixiana in Japan

Added indication for Daiichi Sankyo’s Lixiana in Japan

29-09-2014

The Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has granted approval for domestic pharma major Daiichi…

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Japan marketing approval for Canaglu; vaccine license for Daiichi Sankyo

Japan marketing approval for Canaglu; vaccine license for Daiichi Sankyo

04-07-2014

Japanese drug major Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma has received approval to manufacture and market the SGLT2…

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FDA review of CV risks for diabetics taking olmesartan not conclusive

FDA review of CV risks for diabetics taking olmesartan not conclusive

25-06-2014

The US Food and Drug Administration has completed its safety review and has found no clear evidence of…

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Daiichi Sankyo launches blood thinner Efient in Japan

27-05-2014

Daiichi Sankyo said this morning that it has launched its anti-blood clotting drug Efient (prasugrel…

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Daiichi Sankyo files Savaysa for US approval; collaborates with Virtici and Celdara Medical

Daiichi Sankyo files Savaysa for US approval; collaborates with Virtici and Celdara Medical

10-01-2014

Japanese drug major Daiichi Sankyo has filed a New Drug Application for its investigational, oral, once-daily…

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Daiichi Sankyo submits edoxaban application to the EMA for stroke prevention

Daiichi Sankyo submits edoxaban application to the EMA for stroke prevention

08-01-2014

Japanese drug major Daiichi Sankyo (TYO: 4568) has submitted a Marketing Authorization Application to…

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Daiichi Sankyo files Ranmark to treat giant cell tumor of bone in Japan

29-08-2013

Japanese drug major Daiichi Sankyo (TYO: 4568) has filed an application for approval in Japan to manufacture…

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Japan vaccines briefs: Gardasil and Cervarix; Daiichi Sankyo files NDA

21-06-2013

The Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has decided to withdraw its recommendation for a vaccination…

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Daiichi Sankyo files for Japanese approval of Prasugrel

18-06-2013

Japanese drug major Daiichi Sankyo (TYO: 4568) says that it has submitted a New Drug Application to the…

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US FDA sets new PDUFA action date for Vifor's Injectafer NDA

08-04-2013

Vifor Pharma, a unit of Switzerland's Galenica Group (SIX: GALN), says that its US partner, Luitpold…

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Daiichi Sankyo updates on PRASFIT-Elective study, NDA filing

14-03-2013

Japanese drug major Daiichi Sankyo (TYO: 4568) says that the follow-up period for the Phase III PRASFIT-Elective…

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Daiichi Sankyo to file prasugrel in Japan next year, following strong results

25-09-2012

Japanese drug major Daiichi Sankyo (TYO: 4568) has announced data from the PRASFIT-ACS study, a double-blind…

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Daiichi Sankyo files denosumab in Japan for osteoporosis

26-03-2012

Japanese drug major Daiichi Sankyo (TYO: 4568) revealed on Friday that it has filed for approval in Japan…

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Additional indications in Japan for Diagnogreen and Sawacillin

22-02-2012

Japanese drug major Daiichi Sankyo (TYO: 4568) says it has received approval in Japan for a supplemental…

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European approval for Roche skin cancer drug Zelboraf

21-02-2012

Swiss drug major Roche (ROG: SIX) says that the European Commission has approved Zelboraf (vemurafenib)…

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Japanese approval for Regnite and Ranmark

18-01-2012

Japanese drug major Astellas Pharma (TYO: 4503) and USA-based XenoPort (Nasdaq: XNPT) revealed yesterday…

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Ranbaxy signs consent decree with US FDA over production practices

22-12-2011

India’s largest drugmaker Ranbaxy Laboratories (RANB: BO), which is 64% owned by Japan’s Daiichi…

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EMA recommends approval of Roche’s Zelboraf

19-12-2011

The European Medicines Agency’s Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) has recommended…

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Backing for Japanese approval of Regnite, Ranmark and Cancidas

05-12-2011

USA-based XenoPort (Nasdaq: XNPT) saw its shares rise 3% to $4.73 on Friday, when the company said it…

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