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Device Brand Names Unnecessary In Open Payments Database, Industry Says

Listing device brand names as part of physician payment disclosures to the Open Payments database would be difficult, and not meaningful, AdvaMed suggests. CMS has proposed updating its regulations to require device brand names to be included in Suns...

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Online advertising: Using competitors' brand name as a keyword can backfire

Buying keywords of a popular competitors' brand names on search engines such as Google and Bing can backfire according to a new study. Firms often buy brand names of better-known rivals' to reach buyers looking for rivals' products or to be seen in t...

Label For One: FDA Explores Taking Reservations For Brand Names

Request for information indicates agency’s approach to allow sponsors to hold proprietary names pre-approval may still be too tepid for industry.

How businesses can maximize revenue when introducing new products

(University at Buffalo) Companies should use existing brand names and add new, sub-brand names to maximize revenue when introducing new products to market, according to a new study from the University at Buffalo School of Management.

China proposes use of generic names for medical devices

A draft rule issued by the China Food and Drug Administration would prohibit the use of personal, company or brand names to l -More- 

L’Oreal, Avon Are World’s Most Valuable Cosmetics Brands – Brand Finance

“Unrivaled marketing focus and investment” have helped make L’Oreal the sole cosmetics brand worldwide valued at over $10 billion, according to Brand Finance, whose ranking puts Avon at No. 2, based on signs of a “remarkable recovery” at th...

HSN, Inc. Names Bill Brand President of HSN

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., July 8, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Interactive multichannel retailer HSN, Inc. (Nasdaq:HSNI) announced today the promotion of Bill Brand to President of HSN, effective immediately. Mr. Brand will retain his role as Chief Marketing Officer of HSNi and will continue to report directly to HSNi CEO Mindy Grossman. Mr. Brand is also an Executive Officer of the company....

China Draft Device Naming Rule Bans Brands

The China FDA has released for public comment a strict new medical device naming regulation that bans the use of brand names or trademarks, requiring instead the use of general ‘generic’ names.

Neural Correlates of Affective Experience in Men and Women

Are women more emotionally intense and expressive than men, as is often assumed -- or is it that their subjective affective experiences differ in their neural correlates? Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience

Hurricanes with female names more deadly than male-named storms

In the coming Atlantic hurricane season, watch out for hurricanes with benign-sounding names like Dolly, Fay or Hanna. According to a new article, hurricanes with feminine names are likely to cause significantly more deaths than hurricanes with mascu...

Study: Hurricanes with female names more deadly than male-named storms

In the coming Atlantic hurricane season, watch out for hurricanes with benign-sounding names like Dolly, Fay or Hanna. According to a new article from a team of researchers at the University of Illinois, hurricanes with feminine names are likely to c...

Pharmaceutical Executive Magazine names COPAXONE therapy as 2014 "Brand of The Year"

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., today announced that COPAXONE (glatiramer acetate injection), the #1 global therapy for relapsing multiple sclerosis, has been named the 2014 "Brand of The Year" by Pharmaceutical Executive Magazine, a leading pri...

Brand tourism effect: When do lower status consumers boost luxury brands?

When people purchase luxury items like expensive watches and high-end automobiles, they often consider themselves members of a select group of consumers. According to a new study, when outsiders show an interest in a luxury brand, they help improve i...

Using competitors' brand name as a keyword can backfire, INFORMS study finds

(Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences) Buying keywords of a popular competitors' brand names on search engines such as Google and Bing can backfire according to a new study in the Articles in Advance section of Marketing Scie...

[Articles] Serotype-specific effectiveness and correlates of protection for the 13-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine: a postlicensure indirect cohort study

PCV13 provides significant protection for most of the vaccine serotypes. Although use of the aggregate correlate of protection of 0·35 μg/mL has enabled the licensing of effective new PCVs, serotype-specific correlates of protection vary widely. Th...

Valsartan improves the electrophysiological characteristics of left ventricular hypertrophic myocardium in spontaneously hypertensive rats

ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering: Brand-new journal launches in 2015, names editor

The American Chemical Society (ACS) announced today that David L. Kaplan, Ph.D., will head the brand-new, web-only journal ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering as editor-in-chief. With the first issue slated for publication in January 2015, the n...

BASi Names Names New CFO and VP Bioanalytical Operations

Bioanalytical Systems, Inc. (BASi) today announced the appointment of Jeffrey Potrzebowski as Chief Financial Officer and James S. Bourdage, Ph.D., as Vice President Bioanalytical Operations.Read more about BASi Names Names New CFO and VP Bioanalytic...

Brand-specific television alcohol ads predict brand consumption among underage youth

(Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health) The researchers found that the relationship between consumption of a brand and advertising exposure for that brand was significant, and that the relationship was strongest at lower levels o...

Brand Names For Devices Need To Be Disclosed In CMS Open Payments

Proposed revision to Sunshine rule would bring reporting for devices in line with drugs and biologics, rather than allowing for general disclosures for Rx manufacturers.

Docs to FDA: Biosimilars should have different names than branded drugs

Yesterday, Fierce Biotech highlighted a letter written by more than 10 medical associations and 20 individual specialists to FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg saying that biosimilars “must have distinguishable nonproprietary names. The FDA...

Potent driver of metastasis identified

Protein Correlates with Breast, Bladder, Melanoma, and Thyroid TumorsAn international team of researchers led by scientists at The Wistar Institute have discovered and defined LIMD2, a protein that can drive metastasis, the process where tumors sprea...

ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering: Brand-new journal launches in 2015, names editor

(American Chemical Society) The American Chemical Society announced today that David L. Kaplan, Ph.D., will head the brand-new, web-only journal ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering as editor-in-chief. With the first issue slated for publication in...

Hurricanes With Female Names Have Been Deadlier

MONDAY, June 2, 2014 -- If an oncoming hurricane has a female name, it may be time to take storm preparations seriously. That's because hurricanes with female names seem to be deadlier than those with male names, according to new research. That...

Comment on Medicare Data Raises Questions About Drug Costs by Larry Shoemaker

The brand vs generics argument. Cost vs benefit. Of course, CMS knows all, sees all. That's why they know that generics work as well as brand drugs. Maybe. Are there guidelines for the use of generic or brand drugs; besides cost or "waste"? Might brand drug's formulation differ enough to produce better (cost effective) outcomes?


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