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Palatin licenses certain rights to Richter for bremelanotide

11-09-2014

USA-based Palatin Technologies and Hungary’s largest drugmaker Gedeon Richter have entered into a collaboration…

EuropeGedeon RichterLicensingPalatin TechnologiesPharmaceuticalWomen's Health

Levonorgestrel and ulipristal remain suitable emergency contraceptives, says EMA

24-07-2014

The European Medicines Agency has concluded its review of emergency contraceptives containing levonorgestrel…

EuropeLevonorgestrelNorLevoPharmaceuticalRegulationReproductiveulipristalWomen's Health

Highlights of EMA Pharmacovigilance committee July meeting

Highlights of EMA Pharmacovigilance committee July meeting

14-07-2014

The European Medicines Agency's Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee (PRAC) concluded two safety…

bromocriptineEuropeNephrology and HepatologyNeurologicalPharmaceuticalRegulationRiensoTakeda Pharmaceuticalvalproate Sodium InjectionWomen's Health

EMA/CHMP positive opinion for Teva’s Seasonique contraceptive

EMA/CHMP positive opinion for Teva’s Seasonique contraceptive

04-07-2014

The European Medicines Agency's Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) has issued a positive…

EuropePharmaceuticalRegulationReproductiveSeasoniqueTeva Pharmaceutical IndustriesWomen's Health

European Commission approves Gedeon Richter’s Esmya type II Variation

European Commission approves Gedeon Richter’s Esmya type II Variation

27-01-2014

The European Commission has granted marketing authorization to extend the use of Esmya (ulipristal acetate)…

EsmyaEuropeGedeon RichterPharmaceuticalRegulationWomen's Health

EMA pharmacovigilance unit calls for suspension of Protelos/Osseor

EMA pharmacovigilance unit calls for suspension of Protelos/Osseor

10-01-2014

The European Medicines Agency’s Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee (PRAC) has recommended…

Anti-Arthritics/RheumaticsEuropeOsseorPharmaceuticalProtelosRegulationServierWomen's Health

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