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ePatient Connections: Highlights from This Year’s Summit

This month’s ePatient Connections Summit in Philadelphia, PA, saw biopharmaceutical firms, medical device companies, and patient advocates discuss best practices for engaging patients online and in social media settings. Two main themes arose from the conference: online patient engagement and patient centricity. For the highlights of the event, read Moe Alsumidaie’s Applied Clinical Trials blog […]
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EFPIA Promises Stronger Ties with China

The European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA) reports that it has “strengthened its commitment in China”. Federation delegates are this week concluding a visit to Beijing to establish “a better understanding of the numerous healthcare reforms underway in China … and explore closer paths of cooperation in global drug development between China and […]
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EuropaBio’s Most Innovative Biotechs 2014

EuropaBio, the European Association for Bioindustries, has announced its “top five biotech SMEs in Europe”. The companies will compete to win the 5th annual Most Innovative EU Biotech SME Award, to be awarded during European Biotech Week (October 8) in Brussels, Belgium. Shortlisted are: 
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From the Generic to the Supergeneric Era

By Adeline Siew, Pharmaceutical Technology. Generic drugs save patients and European healthcare systems approximately EUR 35 billion (US$46bn) each year, according to the European Generics Association (EGA). Of the 16 health-related recommendations made by the European Commission for 2014–2015 to EU member states, 11 concerned cost efficiency in the healthcare sector. But, speaking at the EGA […]
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BIO 2014 Takeaway: The Peace Dividend

A surprising take away from the BIO International Convention in San Diego last month is the stark contrast between cooperative industry engagement and an unstable geopolitical order marked by xenophobia, drift and active, often violent government disengagement from the hard work of building common ground. While BIO held 29,000 partnering meetings over four days, convened […]
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