The World Health Organization (WHO) has released new reports which state that a lack of innovation in new antibiotic development is undermining efforts to combat drug-resistant infections.
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The report reveals practical regulatory reforms that could move the globe closer to the UN’s goal of achieving universal health coverage by 2030.
A trastuzumab biosimilar has been pre-qualified by WHO, marking its first, to improve access to the breast cancer treatment.
The EMA will collaborate with other medicine regulatory bodies globally in a pilot programme to inspect sterile medicine manufacturers.
Drug safety is a huge concern for big pharma and tampering and counterfeiting in the market is dangerous for both consumers and brands. In this article, Prakash Shetty shares the latest innovations in packaging design and highlights how tamper proofing and developments in technology can protect all concerned.
Active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) are important compounds used in the manufacture of pharmaceutical drug products. Eric Ciappio discusses the potential of vitamins and n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) as APIs, with a focus on their clinical relevance.
Kenya has become the third African country to introduce the world’s first malaria vaccine into the country, in a phased pilot programme.
The Joint Pharmaceutical Analysis Group (JPAG) held a stability meeting at the Royal Society of Chemistry’s headquarters in London earlier this year. Attended by 65 delegates, its focus was on developments in stability testing and evaluation. Here follows a summary of the presentations made at the meeting.
The efficient handling of information and resources is key for achieving success within a commercial organisation. Against the backdrop of ICH Q10 – the International Conference on Harmonisation of technical requirements for registration of pharmaceuticals for human use – Christian Rack discusses five things you can implement right now to…
A recent report has predicted that the cervical cancer vaccine market will increase to $6bn by the end of the forecast period.
The Philippines is considering re-introducing a dengue vaccine whose use was ceased because of links to several deaths.
Rising temperatures will likely accelerate the spread of vector-borne diseases, resulting in an increased demand for vaccines. European Pharmaceutical Review investigates a Morgan Stanley report on the pharmaceutical beneficiaries of climate change.