With concerns rising about medicine availability during the global COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, European Pharmaceutical Review explores how the pharmaceutical supply chain is faring.
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A study comparing the V-Go device administering regular human insulin and rapid acting insulin analogues found they were equally effective and safe at controlling blood glucose.
Following the selection of a COVID-19 vaccine lead, Johnson & Johnson (J&J) aims to begin clinical trials in humans later this year while also scaling up its manufacturing facilities.
Researchers in China administered COVID-19 patients with a mesenchymal stem cell therapy that demonstrated success at treating the condition.
According to researchers, Zolgensma, made by Novartis, will lead the global spinal muscular atrophy market and generate billions in sales.
According to an outlet, the in-house manufacturing of biopharma products has been threatened by the COVID-19 outbreak, especially in China.
A study conducted in the US has revealed that the majority of medical marijuana dispensed in the US has THC levels of up to 15 percent.
The International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations has announced that the biopharma industry has responding swiftly to the COVID-19 pandemic and will further increase its efforts.
The survey indicates that almost all respondents were concerned about the COVID-19 pandemic’s effects on company performance, including supply and demand failures.
As the world rushes to identify the best coronavirus treatments and vaccines, John Cahill rounds up the latest developments in potential COVID-19 therapies.
With the growing trend of injection device use at home, the device optimisation is essential to increase patient safety during self-administration.
The US FDA will now approve biosimilars via a new regulatory pathway to help grow the competition between biologic products.
European Pharmaceutical Review explores how the pharmaceutical industry could develop its digital marketing and sales strategies to better align with physician expectations and needs.
Led by Sanofi and Regeneron, clinical trials to examine Kevzara (sarilumab) as an effective COVID-19 treatment will begin in the US.
According to CEPI, $2 billion is needed to progress coronavirus vaccines through development as quickly as possible, leading the organisation to call for donations.