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Allergan Offers to Pay Journos to Discuss Botox

Physicians aren’t the only ones getting paid to attend industry-sponsored events heavy on product discussions. For $250, “select” journalists can discuss facial aesthetics at an event sponsored by Botox-maker Allergan, on June 9 in New York City. Journalistic ethics can be checked at the door. The emailed invitation to attend Allergan’s Facial Aesthetics Advisory Panel, […]
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Pharma Feels Delayed Effects of Economic Crisis

A new study from the IMS institute for Healthcare Informatics reveals that the spending increase on prescription medication in 2010 was the second-lowest increase in more than half a century. According to the IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics, spending on prescription medications increased 2.3 percent in 2010 — a lower increase than the 5.1 percent […]
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Governor Howard Dean: Financing the Future of US Drug Innovation

Will it be More Good Pills — Or that Porsche? The Obama Administration’s signal achievement to date — passage of comprehensive health reform legislation — continues to inspire confusion and contradictions across the political spectrum. Despite its scope, the bill is dismissed by many Democrats for what it does not do, while the GOP references […]
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California Biotech — Good Governance Tops Wish List

New industry survey data documents a fraying investment base marked by a distant and unresponsive FDA as well as an unprepared work force complacent about hungry foreign competition. California’s biotech industry has taken its annual pulse of business conditions — and while the prognosis is not for putting the state on the policy equivalent of […]
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Innovators: Take a Leaf from the Generic Industry Book

No-one can accuse the European generic industry of indolence. It supplies huge quantities of medicines to European healthcare suppliers — its volume is estimated at around a half of the market. It is accounting for a growing share of marketing authorization applications in Europe. And its industry association, the EGA, has turned it from being […]
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