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statnews.com - Ed Silverman - A bellwether for biosimilars: Why the new competition for Humira matters to pharma, payers, and patients
A bellwether for biosimilars: Why the new competition for Humira matters to pharma, payers, and patients
STAT

After months of anticipation, the first biosimilar version of Humira will become available next week — a pivotal moment in the long-running debate about whether cheaper copies of pricey biologics can lower soaring U.S. health care costs. For…

wnd.com - WND News Services - Tucker Carlson: Big Pharma's lobbying of 'politicians' pays off
Tucker Carlson: Big Pharma's lobbying of 'politicians' pays off
WND

Advertisement - story continues below Fox News host Tucker Carlson said Thursday that Big Pharma's lobbying of “politicians” “pays off,” citing drugs being advertised directly to consumers and government vaccine…

orissapost.com - Post News Network - US pharma industry seeks R&D policy for India's pharmaceutical sector
US pharma industry seeks R&D policy for India's pharmaceutical sector
Orissa Post

Washington: Ahead of the Union Budget 2023-24, the US pharma industry has said that India should come out with a research and development policy for its pharmaceutical sector. Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is scheduled to table the…

gartner.com - Beyond ChatGPT: The Future of Generative AI for Enterprises
Beyond ChatGPT: The Future of Generative AI for Enterprises
Gartner

Venture capital firms have invested over $1.7 billion in generative AI solutions over the last three years, with AI-enabled drug discovery and AI software coding receiving the most funding. “Early foundation models like ChatGPT focus on the…

mmm-online.com - Jack O'Brien - Five things for pharma marketers to know: Friday, January 27, 2023
Five things for pharma marketers to know: Friday, January 27, 2023
MM+M - Medical Marketing and Media

Both sides of the aisle in the 118th Congress have their eyes set on drug company middlemen. The business practices of pharmacy benefit managers, or PBMs, have attracted the ire of community pharmacies, health care providers, drug companies and…

economictimes.com - USFDA gives exception to Glenmark Pharma to supply pneumonia drug from Baddi facility
USFDA gives exception to Glenmark Pharma to supply pneumonia drug from Baddi facility
Economic Times

Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd on Friday said the US health regulator has provided an exception, enabling it to supply Atovaquone oral suspension to the US market from its Baddi facility, which has been under an import alert. In a regulatory filing…

thelibertybeacon.com - Busted Big Pharma R&D Exec Claims He Lied About 'Mutating C-19'
Busted Big Pharma R&D Exec Claims He Lied About 'Mutating C-19'
The Liberty Beacon

When O'Keefe first approached him about his admission, Walker erupted in denial, exclaiming that “I was just lying to a person to impress them on a date.” He then lunged for O'Keefe and his staff in what appeared to be an effort to…

forbes.com - Dr. Charles Theuer - Author Post: New Buyers, New Motivations: Foreign Firms Join The US Biotech Buying Frenzy
Author Post: New Buyers, New Motivations: Foreign Firms Join The US Biotech Buying Frenzy
Forbes

getty The depreciated value of US biotechnology companies has not gone unnoticed by traditional pharmaceutical conglomerates looking to augment their pipelines at attractive prices. Merck (Imago), Johnson & Johnson (Abiomed) and Astra Zeneca…

thelibertybeacon.com - Senate Investigation Launched Into Big Pharma After Project Veritas' Undercover Video
Senate Investigation Launched Into Big Pharma After Project Veritas' Undercover Video
The Liberty Beacon

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) has fired off a letter to Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla to explain the revelations in Project Veritas' undercover video footage featuring Jordon Triston Walker, a Pfizer Director of Research and Development, Strategic Operations…

patriotpost.us - Pfizer's No Good, Very Bad Week
Pfizer's No Good, Very Bad Week
The Patriot Post

Does Pfizer, the world's third-biggest pharmaceutical company, really consider the COVID-19 plague, which has so far killed more than one million* Americans and nearly seven million people worldwide, “a cash cow for us for awhile going…

mediapost.com - Wayne Friedman - NBCU CEO's Ad Outlook: 'Stabilized,' But Still Weak For Early 2023
NBCU CEO's Ad Outlook: 'Stabilized,' But Still Weak For Early 2023
MediaPost

by Wayne Friedman, Yesterday Some TV advertising news that could potentially be positive comes from NBCUniversal CEO's Jeff Shell, who said during Comcast's fourth-quarter earnings call on Thursday the advertising market seems to have…

medicaldialogues.in - Ruchika Sharma - Macleods Pharma recalls 10000 bottles of anti bacterial medication in US over labelling error
Macleods Pharma recalls 10000 bottles of anti bacterial medication in US over labelling error
Medical Dialogues

Published On 2023-01-27 06:15 GMT | Update On 2023-01-27 06:15 GMT New Delhi: Macleods Pharmaceuticals is recalling around 10,000 bottles of generic antibiotic medication in the US market due to a labelling error, according to the US health…

cnbc.com - Jim Cramer - Jim Cramer's top 8 things to watch in the market Friday: Intel sinks, Salesforce board shakeup
Jim Cramer's top 8 things to watch in the market Friday: Intel sinks, Salesforce board shakeup
CNBC

My top 8 things to watch Friday, Jan. 27 1. Intel (INTC) catches multiple price target cuts on Wall Street after missing estimates with fourth-quarter earnings and revenue. Guidance was weak, too. Shares drop 10% early Friday, pressuring Nasdaq…

xtalks.com - Ayesha Rashid - Top 10 Pharma TV Ad Spenders in 2022 - Anti-Inflammatories and Diabetes Drugs Dominate
Top 10 Pharma TV Ad Spenders in 2022 - Anti-Inflammatories and Diabetes Drugs Dominate
Xtalks

Since 2018, annual US pharma industry advertising spending continues to register in at well over $6.5 billion. Pharma is the fourth-largest spender on TV ads in the country, after retail, financial & real estate and tech. While billions continue to…

telegraph.co.uk - Harry de Quetteville - The man on a mission to eliminate terminal cancer
The man on a mission to eliminate terminal cancer
The Telegraph

As far as life goals go, defeating cancer might be deemed one of the more fanciful. But for Dave Fredrickson, head of oncology at AstraZeneca, it's an entirely plausible prospect. Fredrickson, who has been running AstraZeneca's cancer business for…

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