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From 20 October, a free online platform will allow registrants attending the digital Global Generics & Biosimilars Awards 2020 to participate in two weeks of dedicated networking activities ahead of the ceremony on 3 November.
Teva, Sun and the AAM are among those urging the CMS to rescind its proposal to reimburse Part B drugs approved under section 505(b)(2) as multiple source products. The proposal would target one relatively small but growing part of Medicare Rx spending and reflects CMS’ ongoing concern with fast rising costs in the program.
Avenue’s two-stage deal with an arm of Cipla faces uncertainty following a US Complete Response Letter for its intravenous tramadol. The US firm says it is "very surprised" with the potential safety concern raised and plans to seek a meeting with the agency at the earliest to resolve the issue.
Teva’s innovative asthma device, Aermony RespiClick (fluticasone propionate inhalation powder), will be accessible to over 3.8 million affected asthmatic patients in Canada in three dose options.
Six firms will compete to be crowned Company of the Year at the Global Generics & Biosimilars Awards 2020, after the shortlist of finalists was revealed.
Stada's Britannia Pharmaceuticals has acquired Sweden's Lobsor and its Lecigon gel formulation which is already approved in the Nordics and combines levodopa, carbidopa and entacapone infused via a lightweight pump. Meanwhile, Stada has also formed an alliance with MediPharm Labs for medical cannabis.
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