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Fujifilm starts production of Avigan for the treatment of Ebola

21-10-2014

Japan’s Fujifilm says it has decided to start production of the anti-influenza drug Avigan (favipiravir)…

Anti-viralsAviganFujifilmPharmaceuticalProductionResearchToyama

GSK Ebola vaccine “too late” for current Ebola outbreak; more on Ebola

17-10-2014

UK pharma giant GlaxoSmithKline says any Ebola vaccine it produces will come too late for the current…

Anti-viralsAVI-6002GlaxoSmithKlinePharmaceuticalProductionResearchSarepta Therapeutics

AbbVie opens expanded manufacturing facility in Ireland

AbbVie opens expanded manufacturing facility in Ireland

03-06-2014

The chairman and chief of US drugmaker AbbVie, Richard Gonzalez, accompanied by other senior executives,…

AbbVieAnti-viralsFinancialIrelandPharmaceuticalProduction

Global Fund taps pharmaceutical expertise in China

02-04-2014

The Global Fund is deepening its partnership with China by tapping the expertise of Chinese pharmaceutical…

Anti-viralsAntibiotics and Infectious diseasesChinaGlobalMarkets & MarketingPharmaceuticalProductionRegulation

Brazil to produce atazanavir to supply SUS demand; strong pharma growth forecast for 2014

15-01-2014

Following the Official Gazette market application filling for the drug atazanavir sulfate, an HIV protease…

Anti-viralsatazanavirBrazilBristol-Myers SquibbFiocruzGenericsMarkets & MarketingPharmaceuticalProductionSouth America

One in five South African health care centers experience ARV stock shortages

29-11-2013

South Africa’s Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) has warned that the country’s HIV treatment program…

Anti-viralsHealthcarePharmaceuticalProductionRest of the WorldSouth Africa

GlaxoSmithKline and Abbott to start production in Ukraine

19-03-2013

UK pharma giant GlaxoSmithKline (LSE: GSK) and the USA's Abbott (NYSE: ABT) are considering launching…

Anti-viralsAntibiotics and Infectious diseasesEuropeGlaxoSmithKlineIndarPharmaceuticalProductionVaccines

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