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Hundreds of videos have been sent in by people interested in contributing to the future pandemic treaty proposed by the World Health Organization.
Drawing on lessons learnt from unprecedented interruptions to clinical trials over the past few years due to such things as the pandemic and the war in Ukraine, new advice has been issued on adjustments needed in clinical study reports to document these disruptions.
A modeling study, an analysis of a dozen clinical trials and a survey of 400 clinical trial executives all show how using decentralized elements in trials can result in faster, less expensive and more engaging research.
The Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission was the only applicant that made the grade for entry in a pilot program that was launched to assess countries that want to join the EU, US and Japan as full members of the 33-year-old Pharmacopoeial Discussion Group.
Experts who led PDA’s interactions with EU, PIC/s and WHO authorities on first-ever comprehensive revision of sterile drug product manufacturing guidance recently shared insights on implementation priorities with the Pink Sheet.
Pfizer is donating 100,000 doses of its COVID-19 antiviral product, Paxlovid, to kick-start test-and-treat programs in lower income countries that will eventually use generic versions of the product.
A therapy for wet age-related macular degeneration and a new drug for leukemia have become the first two products to be approved by all countries involved in the international Access Consortium.
As regulatory agencies around the globe work on initiatives to support decentralized clinical trials, the Decentralized Trials & Research Alliance says a shared language is needed to facilitate the global adoption of such trials.
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.
With resistance to insecticides growing, new medicines are urgently needed to tackle diseases transmitted by mosquitoes, such as malaria and dengue, particularly in lower- and middle-income countries.
The COVID-19 pandemic has underlined the need for less well-resourced countries to improve access to medicines, vaccines, medical devices and other health products by building their own production capacities.
An ICH guideline describes the “weight of evidence” criteria that in some cases may provide an adequate assessment of human carcinogenicity risk without the need for data from a two-year rat carcinogenicity study.
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