Global mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity last year was expected to decline from 2019 levels, mainly due to the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting uncertainty around the global economy, trade tensions between the US and China, and the presidential election in the US. However, James Baillieu from Bird & Bird reveals…
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A preliminary analysis suggests the COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca was 74 percent effective after the first dose and 82 percent effective with a 12-week inter-dose interval.
Interim analysis shows AZD1222 vaccine is effective at preventing COVID-19, with no severe cases or hospitalisations reported more than 21 days after first injection.
Pharma executives are committed to bringing drugs to market to improve the lives of patients but is the industry too introspective to be truly innovative?
The RECOVERY trial has stopped enrolment for the hydroxychloroquine arm after data revealed the drug had no meaningful benefit for hospitalised COVID-19 patients.
Researchers have found that only 41 percent of trials reported their findings with a year after completion and suggest that over $4 billion in fines could have been collected in just 12 months.
The researcher Sir Peter Ratcliffe and two others have been jointly awarded the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine 2019.
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Poor quality medicines threaten us all, but have the greatest impact on vulnerable populations in countries with inadequate medicine laws and regulation. Keeping patients safe and ensuring that the benefits of modern medicine are delivered to those in need are the key goals of a wide range of organisations which…
A pioneering academic conference will bring together, for the first time, people from all over the world dealing with the problem of poor quality medicines and their impact on public health...