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Pfizer recalls migraine drug for possible microbial contamination

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Pfizer has recalled two lots of migraine drug Relpax after finding those lots “may not meet Pfizer’s in-house microbiological specification for the potential presence” of two kinds of bacteria.

Pharma innovation: Depends how you slice it

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The definition of pharma innovation isn’t always clear cut

Pharma in review: trending stories 8/16/19

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pharma manufacturing news in review

Sanofi wins appeal for Jevtana patent

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A federal appeals court affirmed the validity of Sanofi's first patent on prostate-cancer drug, Jevtana, and also overturned a ruling against a later patent on a method of administering it.

Ovarian cancer drug hits main goal in new study

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An AstraZeneca treatment scored an important victory in the quest to offer new treatments for ovarian cancer.

Top Novartis scientists exited company ahead of data scandal

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More details are emerging about the months leading up to Novartis’s admission that data results for its gene therapy Zolgensma were manipulated.

Safe & sterile powder transfer

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How the use of aseptic split butterfly valve technology can prevent contamination

Eli Lilly psoriasis drug bests J&J rival

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The drugmaker's Taltz beat out Johnson & Johnson's Tremfya at achieving total skin clearance after 12 weeks of treatment.

FDA expands Regeneron's Eylea approval

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The blockbuster eye med is now indicated for an Injection prefilled syringe, which will provide physicians with a new way to administer the treatment with fewer preparation steps.

2019 Pharma Innovation Awards

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Pharma Manufacturing's annual Pharma Innovation Award winners offer slices of innovation

Qualifying your cleanroom

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Revised GMP guidelines will strengthen emphasis on contamination control, impacting cleanroom performance qualifications

Amgen wins Enbrel patent protections — for now

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Amgen has fought off a patent challenge from Novartis to its blockbuster anti-inflammatory, Enbrel.

Regeneron drug boosts survival of Ebola to 90 percent

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A new study has shown that a pair of experimental treatments could dramatically increase the chances of surviving Ebola.

GSK announces leadership changes

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GlaxoSmithKline announced that Jack Bailey, President U.S. Pharmaceuticals, has decided to step down from his role at the end of the year.

Natco Pharma API plant hit with Form 483

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Natco Pharma has received a Form 483 with six observations from the U.S. FDA for the drugmaker's active pharmaceutical ingredient facility located outside Hyderabad, India.

Bayer pays $600M for stem cell therapy developer

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Bayer has acquired BlueRock Therapeutics in a deal valued at $600 million that will give the drugmaker a platform to research and develop new stem cell therapies.

Synthorx founder mysteriously leaves Scripps Research

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A lead scientist at La Jolla’s Scripps Research has left the biomedical institute

Funny Pharm: You Write the Caption & Win: August 2019

funny pharma cartoon caption contest

What are the Pharma Innovation Awards?

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The annual Pharma Innovation Awards are our brand's way of acknowledging the investment pharmaceutical equipment vendors put into developing and improving their products.

After several acquisitions, Cambrex is now on track to be bought

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One of the industry’s leading small-molecule CDMOs is being acquired for $2.4 billion.

Teva’s CFO resigns in the midst of ongoing financial woes

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Teva Pharmaceuticals announced this week that its chief financial officer is stepping down.

Novo Nordisk buys Purdue Pharma plant

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In an attempt to streamline its supply chain of diabetes drugs in the U.S., Novo Nordisk has scooped up a plant from Purdue Pharma.

FDA says Novartis gene therapy drug application contains manipulated data

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On May 24, the FDA approved Zolgensma, a gene therapy product intended to treat children less than two years of age with spinal muscular atrophy but was informed recently by the product’s manufacturer about a data manipulation issue that impacts the accuracy of certain data.

GSK drops Ebola vaccine development

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The vaccine candidates will be transferred to the Sabin Vaccine Institute in Washington

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