Tag Archives: pharmaceutical company

Forbes India – We love buying brands, especially in the OTC space: Nandini Piramal

Nandini Piramal, Executive Director, Piramal Enterprises Ltd OOver the past few years, Piramal Group has focused on creating consumer attraction for its brands and aims to generate revenue of Rs 1,000 crore in three years from its branded product division. consumption. In an exclusive chat with Storyboard18, Nandini Piramal, …

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FDA approves more drugs that haven’t been shown to work

Melody Petersen | Los Angeles Times Los Angeles – Federal regulators are increasingly approving drugs before studies have shown they work, leaving patients at risk of taking prescriptions that might harm but not help them. Last year, 14 new drugs received so-called expedited approval, in which they did not undergo …

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Drug watchdog announces prices for locally produced drug Molnupiravir | Health

The companies are Boston Vietnam Pharmaceutical Joint Stock Company (Boston Pharma), Stellapharm Joint Venture Company (Stellapharm) and Mekophar Chemical Pharmaceutical Joint Stock Company (Mekophar), which respectively prepared Molravir 400mg, Molnupiravir Stella 400mg and Movinavir 200 mg. As a result, Molravir drug 400 mg in the capsule manufactured by Boston …

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Binghamton company working to develop treatment for COVID and arthritis

Michael Wilhelm, CEO of New Amsterdam Sciences (NAS) PHOTO CREDIT: NAS BINGHAMTON — During the COVID-19 pandemic, people became familiar with the process of developing drugs, especially vaccines, because it was in the headlines. Names like Pfizer and Moderna became part of everyday conversation as the pandemic continued. …

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Stocks that will see action today (February 10)

Tata Steel said on Wednesday that his branch had accepted a Letter of Attribution (LoA) for the acquisition of a 93.71% stake in Neelachal Ispat Nigam Ltd (NINL) and added that the buyout process is expected to be completed within next two years. month. On February 2, the Department of …

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Behind the scenes of the rebranding of pharmaceutical giant Sanofi | Marketing

As part of these changes, Sanofi’s sub-brands, which include Sanofi Pasteur and Sanofi Genzyme, will be united under the Sanofi brand. Internally, staff members will continue to work in one of four global business units: Pasteur is the vaccines business unit and Genzyme is the specialty care business unit. The …

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“The Empire of Pain”: Inside the Rise and Fall of the Sackler Family

The billionaire former owners of OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma are set to strike a deal that will massively increase their financial contribution to a US national opioid settlement, a new court filing reveals. The Sackler family agreed last year to pay $4.325 billion “to resolve private and public claims against …

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Ivermectin shows ‘antiviral effect’ against COVID, Japanese company says

The test tube with the Corona virus name label is seen in this illustration taken January 29, 2020. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register TOKYO, Jan 31 (Reuters) – Japanese trading and pharmaceutical company Kowa Co Ltd (7807.T) said on Monday that the antiparasitic drug …

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Health – a vital investment

Dr Audrey Derveloy, Managing Director of Novartis Pharmaceuticals Ireland and National President. What are your daily responsibilities? As Managing Director, I am responsible for the day-to-day operations of the pharmaceutical division. We have a broad portfolio spanning different therapeutic areas including Cardiology, Neurology, Oncology, Dermatology and Rheumatology. My role as …

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NHS officials took £70,000 bribes from pharmaceutical companies then ‘switched’ patients’ medications, court heard

NHS officials who took £70,000 in bribes to promote prescription drugs visited doctors’ surgeries to ‘change’ patients’ medications, a court heard on Thursday. Paul Jerram and Dr David Turner have been accused of arriving at surgeries pretending to be on official business and changing a patient’s medication – a practice …

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Sun Pharma and Lupine recall products in the US market

Major drugmakers Sun Pharma and Lupin are recalling products in the United States, the world’s largest drug market, for different reasons. According to the latest US Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) law enforcement report, Sun Pharma is recalling 696 bottles of pregabalin capsules (50mg), used for the treatment of epilepsy, …

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When can we expect a profit from Diurnal Group plc (LON: DNL)?

Daytime Group plc (LON: DNL) Perhaps a major achievement in his business is approaching, so we would like to shed some light on the business. Diurnel Group plc operates as a specialty pharmaceutical company worldwide. On June 30, 2021, the £ 107million market-capitalization company recorded a loss of £ 10million …

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Strengthening of the Covid pharmacy

A new year should be the time for a new start. But with the Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2 leading to a worldwide increase in cases, 2022 begins for the pharmaceutical industry with much the same, as it implements the skills gained over the past two years and “planned. in uncertainty …

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Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. (CSE: CURA) on the verge of turning from loss to profit

With the company potentially at an important milestone, we thought we would take a closer look Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. (CSE: CURA) future perspectives. Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. operates as an integrated operator of medical and wellness cannabis in the United States. With the latest loss of US $ 62 million and …

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What we have right and wrong

DeepMind CEO Demis Hassabis has had a big 2021. CNBC In December 2020, we published a list of 10 predictions about the world of artificial intelligence in 2021. With 2021 now drawing to a close, let’s revisit these predictions to see how things go. Actually exhausted. There is a lot …

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Can Johnson & Johnson put the shade of scandal behind this?

December 4, 2021 THENGO BEFORE the invention of stakeholder capitalism, a fundamental tenet — that the interests of customers, employees and society should be as high as or greater than those of shareholders — was set in stone at Johnson & Johnson’s corporate headquarters in New Brunswick, New Jersey. “Our …

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Sai Life Sciences Pharmaceutical API Manufacturing Site Receives Inspection Certificate from PMDA, Japan

Make the announcement, Krishna Kanumuri, CEO and Managing Director, said: “We are delighted to receive an official inspection certificate from PMDA, Japan. We have been a reliable supplier of Pharmaceutical APIs in the Japanese market for over five years and this certification is a reaffirmation of our commitment to the …

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The Merck Covid-19 pill “remarkably effective”

Pharmaceutical giant Merck announced on Friday that it had produced its first effective anti-Covid-19 pill. Credit: Pixabay / Wiki / CC0 German pharmaceutical company Merck announced on Friday that trials indicate it has produced the first effective antiviral pill to fight Covid-19. Its drug, called molnupiravir, will be submitted to …

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CytoReason and Summit Pharmaceuticals International Announce Introducing AI Platform at One of Japan’s Top Pharmaceutical Companies

TOKYO and TEL AVIV, Israel, September 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – CytoReason, an AI company that develops computational disease models for clinical drug discovery and development, and International Pharmaceutical Summit (SPI), a Japanese company providing services and products to the pharmaceutical industry (a 100% subsidiary of Sumitomo Corporation), today …

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New president unveiled in pharmaceutical company

X Sign up for free to receive the latest news straight to your inbox Register now The new chairman of pharmaceutical company Burton Clinigen was revealed this morning (September 1). Peter Allen will leave the company and will be replaced as President by Elmar Schnee. Schnee has recently served on …

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After struggling with his only drug for years, Marinus leverages positive data for European marketing deal – Endpoints News

After a series of painful setbacks, Marinus experienced something of a rebirth last year when he offered late stage positive insight into his only drug, ganaxolone, in a genetic condition that causes early epilepsy. Today, CEO Scott Braunstein associates that success with an NDA submission and working with Finnish pharmaceutical …

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Richter Profits Exceed Expectations – BBJ

Listed pharmaceutical company Gedeon Richter is beating analysts’ expectations for strong revenue and profit in the second quarter, according to business daily Világgazdaság. According to the VG consensus, analysts expected revenue of HUF 143.5 billion, while the pharmaceutical company made HUF 155.9 billion, 13.6% more than in the previous year. …

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Nkarta signs its name for an ambitious future with a manufacturing center for not one but several drugs marketed – Endpoints News

Straddling the science of Dario Campana’s famous laboratory in Singapore, West Coast biotechnology Nkarta has been a prominent entry in the race for the industry’s first natural killer cell therapy. Biotech, a thousand miles from potential approval, redoubles its ambition and sets up a manufacturing plant of the future well …

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Bluebird resumes marketing of gene therapy in Europe

Dive brief: Bluebird bio, a pharmaceutical company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, announced on Friday that it would resume sales of one of its gene therapies in Europe after voluntarily halting marketing in February over safety concerns. Known as Zynteglo, the treatment was conditionally approved in Europe about two years ago …

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Tenax Therapeutics to join the Russell Microcap® Index

MORRISVILLE, NC – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Tenax Therapeutics, Inc. (Nasdaq: TENX), a specialty pharmaceutical company focused on identifying, developing and commercializing products that treat cardiovascular and pulmonary disease with high unmet medical need, is expected to join the Russell Microcap® Index at the conclusion of the Russell 2021 Indexes’ annual …

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Man found dead in company water tank

A 30-year-old man was found dead in the water tank of a company in the Narhe district of Pune on Monday A 30-year-old man was found dead in the water tank of a company in the Narhe district of Pune on Monday. The man has been identified as Vitthal Ankush …

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What Vietnam Needs to Produce Licensed Covid Vaccines

Professor Thomas Preiss of the John Curtin School of Medical Research, Australian National University, said mRNA vaccine production is a new technology and involves several distinct steps. Preiss said mRNA is the basis of some Covid vaccines like those made by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna, while AstraZeneca uses viral vector technology. …

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Producing vaccines is not like making 2 minute noodles

Producing vaccines is not like making 2 minute noodles Sanjeev NayyarOn April 27, the Supreme Court asked the central government to explain the rationaleand basis for differential pricing of COVID-19 vaccines. He also asked the Center tohow he was going to respond to the sudden surge in demand for vaccines …

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NRx Pharmaceuticals, Inc. begins trading on Nasdaq as NRXP, following merger between NeuroRx, Inc. and Big Rock Partners Acquisition Corp (Nasdaq: BRPA)

NRx Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Begins Trading on Nasdaq as NRXP Tweet this As a Nasdaq-listed company, NRx will deploy public capital to further develop two investigational drugs: ZYESAMI â„¢, (Aviptadil Acetate), the first investigational drug named by the FDA as Fast Track, to be studied in patients. critically ill with respiratory …

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Pharmaceutical Fermenter Market Size and Share in 2021

The report, titled Pharmaceutical Fermenters Market, is one of the most comprehensive and essential additions to Reports Globe’s market research archive. It provides detailed research and analysis on key aspects of the Pharmaceutical Fermenters market. The market analysts who authored this report have provided detailed information on key growth drivers, …

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Duopharma to sign agreement for Sputnik V

The group worked closely with the RDIF and the Gamaleya Institute in response to the NPRA’s review for the conditional approval application. by LYDIA NATHAN / photo by TMR FILE DUOPHARMA Biotech Bhd has entered into supply agreements for Russian vaccine Sputnik V for Malaysian use and plans to execute …

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the future of pharmaceutical services

Phase 1, phase 2 and phase 3 – the three key stages in a drug’s journey to market – and each stage is marked by its own complex processes, strict regulations and logistical challenges, hence the need to issue a license an average of ten years to new products. , …

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