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AGA receives gift to support young investigators advance into neuroenteric disease research

AGA receives gift to support young investigators advance into neuroenteric disease research

The American Gastroenterological Association Research Foundation has received a generous gift from prominent San Francisco philanthropist Athena Blackburn, which will create new research opportunities for young investigators who are interested in neuroenteric disease. [More]
Hospira launches first biosimilar monoclonal antibody (mAb) InflectraTM (infliximab) in the UK

Hospira launches first biosimilar monoclonal antibody (mAb) InflectraTM (infliximab) in the UK

Inflectra is licensed for the treatment of inflammatory conditions including rheumatoid arthritis (RA), psoriatic arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, adult and paediatric Crohn’s disease, adult and paediatric ulcerative colitis and plaque psoriasis. [More]
Remsima (infliximab) now available in Europe for treatment of autoimmune diseases

Remsima (infliximab) now available in Europe for treatment of autoimmune diseases

Celltrion Healthcare has today announced the launch of Remsima (infliximab) in 12 European markets: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and the UK. [More]
Actavis files ANDA to market Budesonide Extended-release Tablets

Actavis files ANDA to market Budesonide Extended-release Tablets

Actavis plc today confirmed that it has filed an Abbreviated New Drug Application (ANDA) with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) seeking approval to market Budesonide Extended-release Tablets, 9 mg. [More]
RD Biomed to launch reflux diagnostic study in China

RD Biomed to launch reflux diagnostic study in China

RD Biomed, the Hull-based medical technology company, will launch a study with over 1,000 patients in China to measure the effectiveness of its reflux diagnostic device Peptest. [More]
‘Most’ cirrhotic HBV patients benefit from adding adefovir to lamivudine

‘Most’ cirrhotic HBV patients benefit from adding adefovir to lamivudine

Response-guided addition of adefovir to lamivudine-based therapy not only maintains long-term viral suppression in Chinese chronic hepatitis B patients with compensated liver cirrhosis, research suggests, but also improves liver function. [More]

Ferring announces European launch of CORTIMENT®MMX® (budesonide) for ulcerative colitis, and new data re-confirms safety and efficacy

Ferring Pharmaceuticals announced today the European launch of CORTIMENT®MMX® (budesonide), the first and only approved oral controlled release budesonide treatment for active mild-to-moderate ulcerative colitis (UC) where mesalazine (5-ASA) treatment is not sufficient. [More]
Tillotts Pharma announces results of new survey in UC, introduces UCandME toolbox at ECCO 2015

Tillotts Pharma announces results of new survey in UC, introduces UCandME toolbox at ECCO 2015

Tillotts Pharma announced today results from a new European survey that revealed more than 9 out of 10 people with ulcerative colitis (UC) have low to medium adherence to their medication, putting them at five times greater risk of relapse. [More]
Valeant Pharmaceuticals agrees to acquire Salix Pharmaceuticals

Valeant Pharmaceuticals agrees to acquire Salix Pharmaceuticals

Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc. and Salix Pharmaceuticals, Ltd. today announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement under which Valeant will acquire all of the outstanding common stock of Salix for $158.00 per share in cash, or a total enterprise value of approximately $14.5 billion. [More]
Actavis obtains final approval from FDA for generic Subutex

Actavis obtains final approval from FDA for generic Subutex

Actavis plc today announced that it has received final approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on its Abbreviated New Drug Application for a generic version of Reckitt Benckiser's Subutex (Buprenorphine 2 mg and 8 mg sublingual tablets). [More]
Possible cause of liver disease identified in adolescents with cystic fibrosis

Possible cause of liver disease identified in adolescents with cystic fibrosis

A professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine at the Anschutz Medical Campus and his colleagues have found a possible cause of liver disease in adolescents with cystic fibrosis. [More]
Actavis provides overview of standalone global pharmaceutical development pipeline

Actavis provides overview of standalone global pharmaceutical development pipeline

Actavis plc, during its Investor Meeting in New York, today provided a detailed look into its standalone global pharmaceutical development pipeline that supports the Company's long-term organic growth. The Company provided details regarding key development programs, including clinical data, development milestones and an overview of potential market opportunities, as well as an updated look at Actavis' world-class generics pipeline, which continues to hold an industry-leading position in First-to-File opportunities in the U.S. [More]
SLU researchers halt fatty liver disease in animal model

SLU researchers halt fatty liver disease in animal model

Doctors believe that up to 30 percent of the U.S. population may have fat accumulation in the liver, known as non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), that can lead to a range of damaging health consequences. [More]
Medics highlight underrepresentation of women in field

Medics highlight underrepresentation of women in field

Hosted by the Sheffield Women in Medicine Network (SWiM), ‘Building Your Future - SWiM dives in with the Entrepreneurs’, will be a unique opportunity for women to hear personal stories from a diverse group of successful entrepreneurs and share experiences. [More]
Rutgers patient gets second chance at life following liver transplant

Rutgers patient gets second chance at life following liver transplant

Mati Muñoz is 65 years old - filled with the enthusiastic energy that comes with a second chance at life. A decade ago, says Muñoz, who lives in Woodbridge Township, N.J., her liver was being destroyed by hepatitis C, a viral disease she believes she contracted as a girl in her native Cuba from a poorly sterilized needle used in a medical procedure. [More]
FOI Request by Bowel Cancer UK highlights big variation in tests for lynch syndrome

FOI Request by Bowel Cancer UK highlights big variation in tests for lynch syndrome

Bowel Cancer UK submitted the FOI request in November 2014 to every NHS trust in England, health board in Scotland and health and social care trust in Northern Ireland to establish the number of trusts/health boards which were implementing the testing for all bowel cancer patients under 50, as mandated by the Royal College of Pathologists. Lynch syndrome is responsible for around one in 12 cases of bowel cancer in people aged under 50. [More]
Actavis releases generic version of Pulmicort RESPULES

Actavis releases generic version of Pulmicort RESPULES

Actavis plc today announced that it has launched its generic version of AstraZeneca's Pulmicort RESPULES® (budesonide inhalation suspension) 0.25 and 0.5 mg vials following a ruling from the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey that (i) United States Patent No. 7,524,834 is invalid, and (ii) AstraZeneca's request for a permanent injunction is denied. [More]
Sanford Health wins LocumTenens.com's Best Places to Practice Locum Tenens contest

Sanford Health wins LocumTenens.com's Best Places to Practice Locum Tenens contest

Sanford Health, the nation's largest rural, not-for-profit healthcare system, has been named the winner of LocumTenens.com's Best Places to Practice Locum Tenens contest. [More]
Cumberland initiates clinical development of Boxaban (ifetroban) oral capsule for AERD treatment

Cumberland initiates clinical development of Boxaban (ifetroban) oral capsule for AERD treatment

Cumberland Pharmaceuticals Inc. today announced an expansion of its pipeline with a new Phase II development program. The Company has initiated the clinical development of Boxaban (ifetroban) oral capsule for the treatment of aspirin-exacerbated respiratory disease (AERD). [More]
Study supports more sustainable recovery for malnourished children

Study supports more sustainable recovery for malnourished children

Children treated for moderate acute malnutrition — a condition suffered by an estimated 35 million children worldwide — experience a disturbingly high rate of relapse and even death in the year following treatment and recovery. [More]
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