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US FDA Wins Big In Shutdown-Averting Approps Bill

Agency would receive more than $268m in additional dollars for medical product and food safety as part of substantial FY 2019 increase.
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Collaboration And Pay For Performance Deals – The Way To Pay for One-Off Treatments

New payment models, registries and the Cross Border Healthcare Directive could help determine new ways to pay for potentially one-off treatments such as gene therapies in Europe.

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Immunomedics Dodges Manufacturing Site Specifics In Quest For Cancer Breakthrough Approval

Biotech firm chooses words carefully to wind its way through site inspection findings and CMC review concerns in hopes of winning its first FDA approval for a breakthrough breast cancer treatment.

Quality Manufacturing Complete Response Letters

Pricing Cures For Sickle Cell Disease: Sen. Cassidy Weighs In

Price decisions based on straight calculation of medical costs avoided may overestimate value of a cure, Cassidy warns.

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Generic Sensipar: Cipla Challenges Legality of Amgen/Teva Patent Settlement

Cipla, which previously settled with Amgen, alleges Sensipar's formulation patent is currently unenforceable due to ‘patent misuse,’ and brand sponsor’s deal with Teva following a brief generic launch violates federal antitrust law and California state law.

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Global Pharma Guidance Tracker – January 2019

Stay up to date on regulatory guidelines from around the world with the Pink Sheet's Guidance Tracker. The complete Global Pharma Guidance Tracker, with sortable and searchable listings going back to 2014, is available online.
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Pulse Of The Industry 2018: How Medtechs Will Create Value In The New Health Ecosystem

In the 12th edition of EY’s medtech report, The Pulse of the Industry, they examine the annual performance of the medical device industry in the context of the technological advances and rising customer expectations associated with the Fourth Industrial Revolution. To thrive in this transformative age, medtechs must adapt their business models to meet the increased expectations of consumers and other health care stakeholders.

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Checkpoint Inhibitors: US FDA Wants Consistent Adverse Event Definitions

Label writing is difficult because sponsors are collecting varying adverse reaction data, agency officials say.
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Recent And Upcoming FDA Advisory Committee Meetings

Recent and upcoming US FDA advisory committee meetings and a summary of topics covered.

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Australia Considers Identifying Drugs Filed For Approval

The Therapeutic Goods Administration wants to know whether, and how, it should disclose the fact that a medicine has been accepted for regulatory review. It has put several options to stakeholders, including disclosure for all medicines or only certain kinds, or keeping the current practice of “neither confirm nor deny.”
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Canada Decides Against Suffix-Based Biologics Naming System

Following a consultation with stakeholders, the Canadian regulator says identification of biologics using their brand and non-proprietary names has emerged as the most preferred option as it is consistent with current practice.
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EU Cross-Country Coalition Targets New Products For Joint Pricing Talks

The BeNeLuxAI initiative was among the many topics covered at the DIA Europe 2019 conference in Austria last week. The cross-country coalition has some new drugs in its sights for joint pricing talks and the conference was given an insight into the workings of the collaboration by a Belgian health department advisor close to the initiative.

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Ways And Means Drug Pricing Hearing Emphasizes Repetitive, Years-Old Questions

There was little on specific legislative proposals and a lot of time discussing broad questions that Congress has been asking for years about drug pricing.

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Big Pharma CEOs Get Ready To Testify: Preparing For A No-Win Situation

Here is what to expect from – and some free advice for – seven industry executives as they prepare for a hearing on drug pricing in the Senate Finance Committee.
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Real-World Evidence Takes Courage: A Conversation With IQVIA’s Nancy Dreyer

Emerging standards for regulatory use of RWE should resist the temptation to impose the standards and expectations of randomized clinical trials to a fundamentally different kind of evidence, Dreyer cautions.
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FDA's Real World Study On Adoption Of PD-1 Dosing Change Aims To Inform Reviewers

Study using US FDA’s Information Exchange and Data Transformation (INFORMED) program will focus on shift from weight-based to flat dosing for Opdivo and Keytruda.

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How Much Can Trump’s Childhood Cancer Funding Proposal Boost Drug Approvals?

President Trump’s 2019 State of the Union Address broadly touched on the themes of funding childhood cancer research, drug pricing and eliminating HIV.

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Puma Beats Most Of Stock Drop Suit Over Nerlynx Study Statements

Jury finds one comment in an investor call was false or misleading, limits damages award to $4.50 per share, or $64,000 for the lead plaintiff, a fraction of what was sought. Case suggests that sometimes taking a stock drop case to trial may limit liability.

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Poland Kick Starts 2019 With Three Rx-To-OTC Switches

Clotrimazole, pyrantel, and ciclopirox olamine have been switched from prescription-to-OTC status by Poland's national drug regulator.
Poland Prescription To Otc Switch

Dr. Kade Enters OTC Dermatology Space With Sirius Acquisition

German firm Dr. Kade moves into the OTC dermatology category with an all-share acquisition of Sirius, which owns and markets the Siriderma Med range of OTC neurodermatitis and psoriasis treatments in Germany and will remain an independent company operating from Monheim am Rhein.

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Deal On European SPC Manufacturing Waiver Is An Acceptable Compromise

A deal on the European supplementary protection certificate manufacturing waiver has been agreed by the European Council, Parliament and the European Commission, providing a concrete path for a regulation to move forward, albeit with compromises on several key provisions. Meanwhile, the European off-patent and brand industries remain at odds over the benefits of the waiver.

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FDA Proposes To Rely On Industry-Driven Consensus Quality Standards In New Drug Reviews

FDA’s drug center has proposed a new program that would allow pharmaceutical manufacturers to attest that drug products submitted for review conform to certain consensus quality standards. The agency said that such a program would improve drug quality, encourage the development of emerging technology and ensure smoother drug reviews.

 

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US Yes To Two More Countries Under EU Inspections Deal

The US drug regulator may now rely on a total of 22 EU member states whose inspection results can replace its own inspections.

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Pfizer Consumer Health True To Form Pending Move To JV With GSK

Pfizer consumer health sales up 4% to $3.6bn in 2018 as it prepares to move business into JV with GSK anticipated to close in the second half of 2019. Following 2% growth in 2017, a flat year in 2016 and a dip in 2015, Pfizer's view is confirmed of consumer health as a reliable revenue stream but not a strong growth driver.

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Biotene OTC Dry Mouth Competitor Remains On Market As GSK Litigates

Former Biotene owner Laclede ordered by US federal judge to stop using brand, now owned by GSK, to promote its competing line of Salivea dry mouth products. But judge rejected GSK’s request that the Salivea dry mouth product marketers are subject to a lifetime non-compete agreement.

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Poland Kick Starts 2019 With Three Rx-To-OTC Switches

Clotrimazole, pyrantel, and ciclopirox olamine have been switched from prescription-to-OTC status by Poland's national drug regulator.
Poland Prescription To Otc Switch
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