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Allergy Shots in a Pill?

Allergy season’s dank fecundity might be welcomed in many parts of America this year. Anything that’s warmer. But the worst allergy sufferers might soon be headed back to the doctor’s office for another round of allergy shots. Or perhaps not. ALK-Abelló, a Denmark-based specialty pharmaceuticals company focused solely on allergy immunotherapy products, expects FDA to […]
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Deep Breadth: GSK Doubles Down on COPD and Asthma

Will GSK be able to maintain its position in COPD and asthma, post Advair/Seretide? Despite a patent expiry in 2010, generic versions of Advair aren’t expected to appear on the market for two more years. It took FDA eight years to develop a blueprint for how generics manufacturers might establish an acceptable bioequivalence for Advair, […]
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Witty Proposes Price Cap for Poor Nations

GlaxoSmithKline CEO Andrew Witty proposed Friday to slash drug prices in the world’s 50 poorest countries and reinvest 20 percent of the profits in bolstering local health care. In a speech at Harvard Medical School Friday, Witty said drug prices will be capped at 25 percent of what they cost in developed nations. He also […]
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