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Tuesday 11th December 2018

Sanner to present intelligent packaging portfolio at Pharmapack 2019

Packaging supplier Sanner has announced it will showcase its portfolio of active and intelligent primary packaging solutions and medtech products at Pharmapack 2019.

Biodose acquired by Dosecare

DoseCare has acquired Biodose, a monitored dosage system (MDS) that accommodates liquid and solid medication.

Monday 10th December 2018

Lonza to establish China base through GE Healthcare partnership

Biotechnology company Lonza has announced an initiative with GE Healthcare in which GE Healthcare will deliver a biologics facility to Lonza in Guangzhou, China (CN).

Friday 7th December 2018

Medicines supply could be disrupted by six months in no deal Brexit, Hancock says

Pharmaceutical companies must make additional plans to prepare for a ‘no deal’ Brexit, health secretary Matt Hancock has said.

£1.6bn investment for North of England life sciences

The life sciences sector in the North of England will receive £1.6 billion of investment over the next five years.

IQVIA welcomes UK minister to celebrate sector deal

To celebrate the announcement of the Second Life Sciences Sector Deal, healthcare company IQVIA welcomed the UK’s minister for Trade and Export Promotion, baroness Rona Fairhead to its London office, earlier this week.

Wednesday 5th December 2018

Norway Plus Brexit least damaging to pharma manufacturing, logistics expert says

A “Norway Plus” Brexit will be the least damaging to the pharmaceutical manufacturing sector, according to an industry logistics expert.

GSK announces major acquisition to bolster oncology pipeline

Pharmaceutical giant GSK has announced a major acquisition of the biotech company Tesaro to help bolster its oncology pipeline.

IQVIA announces major investment package for Life Sciences Sector Deal

The Life Sciences Sector Deal is being updated with a £46 million investment package as part of a collaboration with healthcare company IQVIA, the government has announced.

Tuesday 4th December 2018

Innovative cancer drugs not reaching patients fast enough, data shows

Innovative cancer drugs are taking longer to get to patients due to delays in clinical trials and regulatory red tape, new data shows.

Monday 3rd December 2018

Pioneering vaccine centre to open in UK

A pioneering UK vaccine centre dedicated to tackling deadly diseases such as Ebola is to be built in Oxford, the government has announced.

EU regulation leads to health sciences firm’s expansion

A health sciences and regulatory company is expanding its services to the European Union’s medical device, pharmaceutical and manufacturing industries.

Friday 30th November 2018

MHRA recalls blood pressure drug due to impurity

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MRHA) has announced a pharmacy level recall of a blood pressure drug made by Mylan and Teva.

Thursday 29th November 2018

NHS to receive share of £78m to reduce medication errors

13 trusts will be the first to receive a share of £78 million to support electronic prescribing and medicines administration (ePMA) to improve patient safety.

Wednesday 28th November 2018

Innovate UK awards CDMO £1.5m for advanced therapies project

Innovate UK has awarded £1.5 million to a contract development and manufacturing organisation (CDMO) focused on advanced therapy medicinal products (ATMPs).

Tuesday 27th November 2018

GE Healthcare announces new facility to improve purification

GE Healthcare has announced the opening of a new biotechnology centre in the UK to help improve the purification steps within manufacturing.

Monday 26th November 2018

NHS negotiates £300m saving on most expensive drug

The NHS has negotiated the biggest saving for a single drug after securing deals with five manufacturers.

Biotech company raises $31m to unlock biology behind major diseases

Biotechnology company Fluidic Analytics has raised $31 million to help it develop products that could provide insight into the way diseases develop.

Friday 23rd November 2018

Oxford BioMedica announces digital initiative for medicines

A leading gene and cell therapy group has announced a new digital framework initiative to help streamline the production of next-generation medicines.

Thursday 22nd November 2018

Hancock queried over UK's access to medicine in 'no deal' Brexit

Concerns have been raised over the government’s contingency plans for whether the UK can ensure a suitable supply of medicines in the event of a ‘no deal’ Brexit.

Cloud-based labelling system launches for improved efficiency

Global developer of label design software, NiceLabel, has launched a cloud label management system, developed to allow businesses to digitally transform their factory and warehouse labelling process.

Government funding to help bring medicines to patients faster

Patients could soon receive essential medicines faster thanks to the adoption of new digital technologies within manufacturing.

Wednesday 21st November 2018

New collaboration targets combination therapies for AMR

A new collaboration between the University of California, Los Angeles and biopharmaceutical company Helperby is looking to develop the next generation of combination antibiotics.

Insulin shortage puts millions at risk, study shows

In the next 12 years, half of those with type 2 diabetes won’t be able to receive potentially life-saving insulin unless access to the drug improves, new research shows.

Tuesday 20th November 2018

Brexit negotiations put patients at risk, industry says

Brexit negotiators have a duty to protect millions of patients on both sides of the Channel, a coalition from the UK’s health sector has said.

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