Gilead has announced that the potential COVID-19 drug remdesivir will cost $390 per vial for developed countries, with treatment courses costing $2,340 per patient.
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Catalent's biologics facility will conduct large-scale, commercial fill-finish manufacturing of Moderna’s mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccine candidate.
The circuit of life: saving on manufacturing, waste and delivery-related supply chain inefficiencies
Many pharmaceutical companies have complicated supply chains that are inefficient and ill-equipped to deal with current demands. This article explores how digitalising the healthcare supply chain can address the pharmaceutical sector's increasing financial-, capacity- and waste-related strains associated with our ageing population and the soaring costs of new treatments.
How implantable systems and microparticle depot injections are meeting the needs of long-acting drug delivery
Implantable systems and microparticle depots are used in many areas of drug delivery to release medicines at a controlled rate within the body. The use of these long-acting dosage forms eliminates the need for frequent administrations via traditional routes of administration, which ensures patient compliance and results in improved outcomes.…
High data quality and integrity is critical to ensure successful manufacturing of a drug. This whitepaper discusses how utilisation of software systems such as SampleManager LIMS enables and promotes compliance with regulations for the manufacturing of a drug.
Indian authorities have given their first approval for the oral antiviral favipiravir for treatment of COVID-19 to Glenmark Pharmaceuticals.
In this issue is a discussion on the promise of virally vectored DNA and mRNA vaccines to combat COVID-19 as well as articles on how packaging could help to ensure patient adherence, regulatory issues for medicines and diagnostics during the pandemic and the benefits of digitalising the pharmaceutical supply chain.…
AstraZeneca plans to produce up to 400 million doses of the University of Oxford’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate, with deliveries to begin by the end of the year.
According to an expert, Indian pharmaceutical companies will have to price remdesivir cautiously to ward off generic competition in the near future.
Alina Dvoretskaya describes how 3D technologies are used in pharmacology and the benefits these offer to the healthcare industry.
A study that analysed QA/QC incidents at several biomanufacturing plants has revealed how companies can best hope to detect and mitigate virus contamination.
The company announces it has been task ordered by BARDA to assist in the US government’s efforts to deliver COVID-19 vaccines.
Advent announced it has manufactured and delivered the first 4,000 doses of the AZD1222 vaccine candidate for the University of Oxford clinical trial.
Exploring Operation Warp Speed, the Trump Administration’s program to expedite R&D, manufacturing and distribution of medical countermeasures for COVID-19.
Smita Deshmukh describes the current state of the global drug intermediates market, while suggesting how it will grow in the future.