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Pfizer Baby Boom? Pfizer's Official Statement

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About nine months from now, a new phenomenon may appear at a hospital near you: the Pfizer baby. Why? The drugmaker has taken the embarrassing step of recalling 1 million packets of birth control pills due to a packaging error. Hear EVP and CMO, Freda Lewis-Hall's read Pfizer's official statement.

Pfizer Recalls 1 Million Birth Control Packs for Error That Could Cause ...

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Pfizer Inc. is recalling 1 million packets of birth control pills due to a packaging error that could raise the risk of an accidental pregnancy by leaving women with an inadequate dose. The problem affects 14 lots of Lo/Ovral-28 tablets and 14 lots of generic Norgestrel and Ethinyl Estradiol ...

News from ISPE Annual Meeting: MedImmune Named Facility of the Year

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ISPE, a global not-for-profit association of 22,000 pharmaceutical science and manufacturing professionals, announced during the Keynote Session at its 2011 Annual Meeting in Grapevine, Texas, USA, that MedImmune’s Frederick Manufacturing Center (FMC) Expansion Facility is the Overall Winner of ...

News: Pregnant Problem: FDA Orders Recall of Oral Contraceptives Due to ...

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Qualitest Pharmaceuticals issued a nationwide, retail-level recall of multiple lots of oral contraceptives because a packaging error may result in the daily regimen for these products being incorrect and could leave women without adequate contraception, and at risk for unintended pregnancy.

News: Brands Push For Biosimilars Fee Trigger, Could Lead To Separate Approps

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The brand-name drug industry is urging FDA in back-room negotiations to advocate that biosimilars user fees should only be utilized once a set level of appropriated dollars is spent by the agency on these products, a position that could effectively create a separate spending account for the ...

News: PEW Report: Pharma Still Vulnerable to Heparin-Like Disasters

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Released this week, this PEW report examines counterfeiting and the distribution of substandard intermediates and medications, scopes the problem and offers some solutions.

News: Barcodes Turned Into Art?

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Package design has become so artful, it has come to this: Even the barcode, the style runt of product labeling, is getting gussied up. Products are now sporting barcodes that integrate famous buildings, blades of wheat and bubbles into the ubiquitous black and white rectangle of lines and ...

Apotex Resumes Shipping to the U.S.

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Apotex, one of the largest generic pharmaceutical manufacturers in the world, announced it will soon resume shipments of its oral solid dose products to the U.S. market.

News: J&J Typo Results in Another Recall

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A GSK Christmas Carol

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The career of Jean-Pierre Garnier at GlaxoSmithKline was over: to begin with. There is no doubt whatever about that. His retirement package had been approved by the GSK Board and his successor, Ebenezer Leonard Witty signed it: and Witty's name was good upon Change, for anything he chose to put ...

GSK To Pay $750M For Manufacturing Fraud

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GlaxoSmithKline has agreed to pay a whopping $750 million fine to settle charges over numerous production problems, contaminated meds, mislabeled packaging and incorrect dosages, at a facility in Cidra, Puerto Rico. Pharmalot reports.

J&J, Baxter, BMS, Allergan on Newsweek's 2010 Green Rankings

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Finally, some good news for J&J, as it tops other drug makers in the 2010 rankings, and places 4th overall. Eight pharma companies, including J&J, Baxter, BMS, Allergan, and Pfizer, also make the top 100.

Lilly Manufacturing Facility Shutting Down, 140 People Affected

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A manufacturing facility on the campus of ImClone Systems is being idled, leaving about 140 employees to earn new positions with the company or take severance packages.

Voters Trust Drugs Made in USA, But Few Are

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More than three out of four voters are confident that prescription drugs made in the USA are free from contamination, while fewer than one in 10 feel confident about medications made in India or China, according to a poll released today by the Pew Charitable Trust's Prescription Project. Yet, ...

NextPharma Receives PAT Award: Determining Moisture in Granulation Processes

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NextPharma, a European provider of product development, contract manufacturing and cold chain and logistics outsourcing services to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, is pleased to announce that it has received an award from PharmInd for a Process Analytical Technology (PAT) ...

AAIPharma Services Announces A New Stability Services Transfer Program

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AAIPharma Services has expanded its offerings especially in the areas of Mass Spectrometry and Stability Management.

NanoGuardian and Capsugel Announce Global Anti-Counterfeiting Collaboration

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NanoGuardian, a division of NanoInk that delivers brand protection solutions to defend against illegal diversion and counterfeiting, announced on Feb. 22 that it entered into a license agreement with Capsugel, a division of Pfizer and the global leader in providing capsule-based drug delivery ...

EMA Releases Road Map Through 2015

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The Agency's most recent plan maps out policies for the next five years.

Lilly Transfers Funds, Technology to Aspen in TB Partnership

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Eli Lilly furthered its partnership with South Africa's Aspen Pharma in their collaboration on tuberculosis medications.

Emerson and Optimal Join Forces to Produce a Full PAT Solution for Life ...

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Emerson Process Management and Optimal Industrial Automation Ltd have formed an alliance that integrates Optimal’s synTQ PAT data management package with Emerson’s PlantWeb digital plant architecture. The alliance delivers a Process Analytical Technology (PAT) solution that leverages existing ...

2010 Facility of the Year Awards (FOYA) Winners Announced

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Five pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities constructed in Singapore, Ireland, and the USA have been selected as Category Winners in the sixth annual Facility of the Year Awards (FOYA) program sponsored by ISPE, INTERPHEX, and Pharmaceutical Processing magazine.

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