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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.
Substandard and counterfeit drugs can negatively impact the pharmaceutical industry and patients. Here, we investigate counterfeits in south-east Asia and possible solutions.
Member countries of WHO have agreed to support pricing transparency for medicines, vaccines and other health products.
The Government of Malawi has launched the world’s first malaria vaccine which will be made available to children up to two years of age.
Researchers have discovered that an enzyme called UGT8 drives the progression of basal-like breast cancer...
Tenofovir disoproxil fumarate (TDF) does not significantly reduce mother-to-child transmission of hepatitis B virus when taken during pregnancy and after delivery.
Study is the first 'prevention of infection' trial conducted for tuberculosis, the world's leading infectious disease killer...
Clinical trial will compare three antiretroviral drug regimens...