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09:49 EDT 24th June 2017 | BioPortfolio

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High Rejection Rate of Proposed Brand Names On EMA Radar

In March, the number of proposed new drug brand names rejected by the European Medicines Agency exceeded those that were...&#...


Patheon Names Madras Brand Solutions Global Brand Agency Of Record

Global pharma services company taps always-on agency following review NEW YORK, April 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --Patheon, a leading global provider of pharmaceutical development and manufacturing ser...

AML study correlates gene mutations with 34 disease subgroups

A large, new study of adults with acute myeloid leukemia (AML) correlates 80 cancer-related gene mutations with five subtypes of AML, which are defined by the presence of specific chromosomal abnormalities. The findings might help guide mutation testing and treatment decisions in the future.


Lannett Company, Inc. (LCI) Downgraded by Zacks Investment Research to Hold

According to Zacks, "Lannett, Inc. manufactures and distributes pharmaceutical products sold under generic names and historically has manufactured and distributed pharmaceutical products sold under its trade or brand names. In addition, the Company contract manufactures and private labels pharmaceutical products for other companies.

Lannett Company, Inc. (LCI) Downgraded to Hold at Zacks Investment Research

According to Zacks, "Lannett, Inc. manufactures and distributes pharmaceutical products sold under generic names and historically has manufactured and distributed pharmaceutical products sold under its trade or brand names. In addition, the Company contract manufactures and private labels pharmaceutical products for other companies.

Zacks Investment Research Downgrades Lannett Company, Inc. (LCI) to Hold

According to Zacks, "Lannett, Inc. manufactures and distributes pharmaceutical products sold under generic names and historically has manufactured and distributed pharmaceutical products sold under its trade or brand names. In addition, the Company contract manufactures and private labels pharmaceutical products for other companies.

Zacks Investment Research Lowers Lannett Company, Inc. (LCI) to Hold

According to Zacks, "Lannett, Inc. manufactures and distributes pharmaceutical products sold under generic names and historically has manufactured and distributed pharmaceutical products sold under its trade or brand names. In addition, the Company contract manufactures and private labels pharmaceutical products for other companies.

New study correlates 80 cancer-related gene mutations with 34 AML subgroups

A large, new study of adults with acute myeloid leukemia (AML) correlates 80 cancer-related gene mutations with five subtypes of AML, which are defined by the presence of specific chromosomal abnormalities. The findings might help guide mutation testing and treatment decisions in the future.

The Norman Awards Announces Winners of Best Company and Product Names for 2016

First-ever award to recognize ingenuity, imagination and excellence in brand naming SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Mar 1, 2017) - Movies have the Oscars®, music Read more...

FDA's NDA And BLA Approvals: Jadenu Sprinkle

Original new drugs and biologics recently approved by US FDA.   

Do you look like your name? People can match names to faces of strangers with surprising accuracy

If your name is Fred, do you look like a Fred? You might—and others might think so, too. New research published by the American Psychological Association has found that people appear to be better than chance at correctly matching people's names to their faces, and it may have something to do with cultural stereotypes we attach to names.

Coca-Cola brings back ‘Share a Coke’ campaign with more names, flavors

David Salazar For the first time this year, the campaign, which put names on the labels of Coca-Cola products, will see labels with last names on 20-oz. soda bottles. read more

Getinge establishes a new brand structure and becomes a single-brand company

WAYNE, N.J., March 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Getinge today announced that it has unified all its current brands under the single brand of Getinge to better convey its customer offering. As part of this new brand structure, the Company has rolled out a new brand identity, which all its products will carry in the future. The rapid growth of what was previously known as Getinge Group over the las...

Researchers Just Uncovered a Simple Way to Help Combat the Opioid Epidemic

(Vox) – There’s another type of prescription drugs, besides opioid painkillers, that’s involved in thousands of drug overdose deaths in the US every year. The drugs are benzodiazepines, which are widely known by their brand names Xanax and Valium and … Read More

Research Says Veggies with Fancy Names Are More Appealing

Researchers found that vegetable dishes with deliciously descriptive names helped college students eat more of the good stuff.

The creative science of coining drug names

The names of new prescription drugs sometimes sound strange. Yet most are created by name development professionals with specific marketing goals in mind.

Does your name match your face?

People tend to associate round names such as 'Bob' and 'Lou' with round-faced individuals, and they have an inherent preference for names and faces that go well together.

New research shows that a well-matched name and face can win a politician more votes

People tend to associate round names such as "Bob" and "Lou" with round-faced individuals, and they have an inherent preference for names and faces that go well together. This is according to David Barton and Jamin Halberstadt of the University of Otago in New Zealand. In the journal Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, published by Springer, they investigated the so-called "bouba/kiki effect." It refer...

Diabetes drug gets FDA warning due to amputation risk

(HealthDay)—The type 2 diabetes prescription drug canagliflozin (brand names Invokana, Invokamet, Invokamet XR) appears to increase the risk of leg and foot amputations, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration says.

Dollar General names Vitamin Shoppe exec EVP, chief merchandising officer

David SalazarJason Reiser, most recently Vitamin Shoppe’s EVP and COO, brings with him to Dollar General more than 30 years’ experience in retail management, private brand sourcing and regulatory affairs. read more

Coty names new creative agency for Max Factor brand

David SalazarCoty’s VP creative and integrated communications, Sam Southey, said that selecting a new creative agency is part of Coty’s strategy to drive a new level of insights and consumer engagement in the aftermath of the company’s merger with Procter &  Gamble’s specialty beauty business.  read more

Immune correlates of protection against HIV infection and how to elicit them

Health Highlights: June 20, 2017

Here are some of the latest health and medical news developments, compiled by the editors of HealthDay: Rawhide Dog Chew Products Recalled Rawhide dog chew products sold in the United States under a variety of brand names are being recalled due to...

Rejigging The Benefit-Risk Balance For Advanced Therapies In The EU

The European Medicines Agency’s Committee for Advanced Therapies has revealed its priorities for addressing the challenges ...

Data Integrity Problems Remain FDA Investigators' Focus

US FDA official warns the pharmaceutical industry that investigators will continue to look for data integrity problems during...


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