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Sun Pharma, Lupin Recall Products In US Market, Says USFDA

New Jersey-based Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Inc, a unit of the company, has initiated the Class III nationwide (US) recall of the 10-count blister packs on October 12 this year.

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Insurers, Drugmakers Sail Into Unknown With COVID Vaccine Rollout

Pharmaceutical companies normally manage the risks of transporting their products through buying insurance or relying on an in-house insurer, known as a "captive" insurer.

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Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine Deliveries Could Start 'Before Christmas'

Global shares rose as the trial results countered concerns around the soaring infection rate. Pfizer shares were up 1.6% while BioNTech jumped 3.8% in the United States. Moderna shares fell 3.6%.

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Takeda-Led COVID-19 Plasma Treatment Enters Clinical Trial With First Patient

The phase 3 trial by the group, known as the CoVIg Plasma Alliance, aims to enroll 500 adult patients from the United States, Mexico and 16 other countries

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Gilead To Pay $97 Million To Settle U.S. Kickback Probe

Gilead's actions enabled the Foster City, California-based drugmaker to boost revenue, ran from June 2007 to December 2010, and violated the federal False Claims Act, the department said.

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Vaccine Makers Including Moderna Must Hit US Timing Goals For Full Payments

Moderna also receives $600 million when it can demonstrate it has built out industrial-scale manufacturing capabilities for its vaccine, even if that happens before the drug is authorized by regulators, the filings show.

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Next Big COVID-19 Treatment May Be Manufactured Antibodies

Scientists are still working out the exact role of neutralizing antibodies in recovery from COVID-19, but drugmakers are confident that the right antibodies or a combination can alter the course of the disease that has claimed more than 675,000 lives globally.

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Cadila Aims To Complete Trial Of Coronavirus Vaccine By March

Cadila's vaccine candidate, known as ZyCov-D, is one of dozens being developed around the world to fight the coronavirus pandemic.

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Novartis Pays $729 Million To Settle US Kickback Charges

The $678 million payout includes $591.4 million in damages to the U.S. government, a $38.4 million forfeiture for violating an anti-kickback statute and $48.2 million to U.S. states.

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Inovio Gets $71 Million From U.S. Defense Dept For COVID-19 Vaccine Device

Inovio said a previous version of the device has been used in clinical trials to safely dose more than 2,000 patients

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Lilly, Junshi Biosciences Plan To Start Human Trials Of COVID-19 Antibody In Q2

Lilly and several other drugmakers such as Gilead Sciences, Pfizer Inc and Merck & Co Inc are racing to develop treatments or vaccines for the fast-spreading respiratory illness caused by the novel coronavirus.

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Moderna, Switzerland's Lonza Strike Deal On Potential COVID-19 Vaccine

Moderna got a $483 million funding from a U.S. government agency to accelerate its COVID-19 vaccine development.

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Dr Reddy's Fourth-quarter Profit Falls 19% On US Headwinds

Revenue from the generics business in North America, its biggest market, dropped 6 percent to Rs 14.49 billion due to price erosions and increased competition

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Branching Out

Lately, the pharma sector in India is focusing on OTC products besides working on its usual fare. A move that could be win-win for both businesses and consumers

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[email protected]: Drug Makers Seek Freedom From Dependence On Chinese Imports And Unforeseen Regulatory Changes

No lapses can be greater than the loop holes in the country’s medicine making and distribution market

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