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Medicines Forum Africa is an open platform for exchange of views between policymakers and stakeholders that aims to enhance public private collaboration in the pharmaceuticals policy-shaping process and making sure that new policies related to access to medicines are goal-oriented, operational and comprehensive. The Forum operates on not-for-profit principles and is incorporated in the United Kingdom as a company limited by guarantee (ie does not have any shares or shareholders), and its surpluses are principally applied toward the promotion of the objects of the Forum.

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CATO SMS ACQUIRES NUVENTRA IN ORDER TO EXPAND ITS DRUG DEVELOPMENT OFFERING INTO CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY

Nuventra, CATO SMS | May 27, 2021

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CATO SMS, a global provider of regulatory and clinical research services, announced today the acquisition of Nuventra, Inc., to expand its offering into the critical area of clinical pharmacology. Nuventra, headquartered in Durham, North Carolina, is a leading company in clinical pharmacology science and services. The acquisition expands CATO SMS's portfolio of specialized solutions that help biopharmaceutical companies with drug development by providing a key set of skills targeted at signi...

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MOLECULIN ANNOUNCES NEW ANTIVIRAL DRUG CANDIDATES DEMONSTRATE IN VITRO ACTIVITY AGAINST HIV

Moleculin Biotech, Inc | October 07, 2020

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Moleculin Biotech, Inc., (Moleculin or the Company), a clinical stage pharmaceutical company with a broad portfolio of drug candidates targeting significant unmet needs in the treatment of tumors and viruses, announced preliminary new findings from its research collaboration with the Rega Institute in Leuven, Belgium, that demonstrate its drug candidates, WP1096 and WP1097, are showing significant in vitro activity in a range of infectious diseases. In addition to activity against SARS-CoV...

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AMARIN ANNOUNCES PLANS TO MAXIMIZE BLOCKBUSTER POTENTIAL OF VASCEPA® IN EUROPE

Amarin spurns | August 05, 2020

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Amarin's wild 2020 ride continues. Tuesday, the company said COVID-19 took a bite out of second quarter earnings, and it unveiled plans to launch its fish-oil derivative drug Vascepa in Europe without help from a bigger marketing partner. And that's on top of prepping for federal court this fall, where it will try to salvage Vascepa's key patents. Amarin positioned its European plans as a positive: It did receive multiple proposals from potential partners. But the significant sales o...

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NO SINGLE MANUFACTURER CAN MEET CORONAVIRUS VACCINE GLOBAL DEMAND, SAYS MODERNA CEO

Cnbc | May 13, 2020

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Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel said Tuesday that he hopes many coronavirus vaccines from multiple manufacturers will be approved to enter the market, because no single manufacturer can meet global demand. Regeneron CEO Leonard Schleifer, whose company is devel...

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BUSINESS INSIGHTS

CATO SMS ACQUIRES NUVENTRA IN ORDER TO EXPAND ITS DRUG DEVELOPMENT OFFERING INTO CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY

Nuventra, CATO SMS | May 27, 2021

CATO SMS, a global provider of regulatory and clinical research services, announced today the acquisition of Nuventra, Inc., to expand its offering into the critical area of clinical pharmacology. Nuventra, headquartered in Durham, North Carolina, is a leading company in clinical pharmacology science and services. The acquisition expands CATO SMS's portfolio of specialized solutions that help biopharmaceutical companies with drug development by providing a key set of skills targeted at signi...

Read More
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MOLECULIN ANNOUNCES NEW ANTIVIRAL DRUG CANDIDATES DEMONSTRATE IN VITRO ACTIVITY AGAINST HIV

Moleculin Biotech, Inc | October 07, 2020

Moleculin Biotech, Inc., (Moleculin or the Company), a clinical stage pharmaceutical company with a broad portfolio of drug candidates targeting significant unmet needs in the treatment of tumors and viruses, announced preliminary new findings from its research collaboration with the Rega Institute in Leuven, Belgium, that demonstrate its drug candidates, WP1096 and WP1097, are showing significant in vitro activity in a range of infectious diseases. In addition to activity against SARS-CoV...

Read More
news image

AMARIN ANNOUNCES PLANS TO MAXIMIZE BLOCKBUSTER POTENTIAL OF VASCEPA® IN EUROPE

Amarin spurns | August 05, 2020

Amarin's wild 2020 ride continues. Tuesday, the company said COVID-19 took a bite out of second quarter earnings, and it unveiled plans to launch its fish-oil derivative drug Vascepa in Europe without help from a bigger marketing partner. And that's on top of prepping for federal court this fall, where it will try to salvage Vascepa's key patents. Amarin positioned its European plans as a positive: It did receive multiple proposals from potential partners. But the significant sales o...

Read More
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NO SINGLE MANUFACTURER CAN MEET CORONAVIRUS VACCINE GLOBAL DEMAND, SAYS MODERNA CEO

Cnbc | May 13, 2020

Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel said Tuesday that he hopes many coronavirus vaccines from multiple manufacturers will be approved to enter the market, because no single manufacturer can meet global demand. Regeneron CEO Leonard Schleifer, whose company is devel...

Read More