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WHO issues medical alert on falsified weight-loss, diabetic drugs

The World Health Organization has issued a medical product alert on falsified semaglutides, an active ingredient in Ozempic, a diabetic drug made by.

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Roche to pay $42 million to Ascidian to make RNA exon editing drugs

Ascidian Therapeutics, a US-based biotechnology company announced a $42 million research pact with Swiss multinational Roche AG for developing gene editing therapies.

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Israel’s Teva Pharmaceuticals sue Corcept, Optime over drug monoploy

Israel’s Teva Pharmaceuticals has sued US-based Corcept Therapeutics and Optime Care Inc., a specialty pharma, for monopolising the market for a drug used to.

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Genetic factors may help predict loss of X chromosome in older women

Researchers co-led by the US-based National Cancer Institute have found genetic variants in women that may play a role in promoting abnormal blood.

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FDA approves AstraZeneca’s type-2 diabetes drug in US market

AstraZeneca’s oral drug to treat type-2 diabetes in patients aged 10 years and above has got approval from the US drug regulator, according.

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FDA gives approval for Ispen, Genfit’s drug to treat chronic liver disease

The US drug regulator has granted accelerated approval for a drug to treat chronic inflammatory liver disease to Genfit, headquartered in Nord, France,.

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FDA advisers reject psychedelic party drug MDMA to treat PSTD in adults

The advisory committee of the US Food and Drug Administration has rejected a therapy using party drug MDMA, or ecstasy or molly to.

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AstraZeneca, Daiichi’s breast cancer drug trials show rise in survival

HQ Team June 3, 2024: An antibody-drug conjugate, jointly being developed by AstraZeneca and Daiichi Sankyo, has been shown in end-stage clinical trials.

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US reports a third human case of highly pathogenic avian influenza

A dairy farm worker in Michigan, US, has been infected with highly pathogenic avian influenza from sick cows —the third such case in America.

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Johnson & Johnson to buy Proteologix Inc., for $850 million in cash

HQ Team May 17, 2024: Johnson & Johnson will acquire Proteologix, Inc., a privately-held biotechnology company, for $850 million in cash, according to.

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