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Lean Documentation 1: GLP, GCP, GMP, SOP, too many documents ?

09 Jul 06

Pharmaceutical companies are renowned for exhaustive pages of regulatory reports and documentation procedures. An enormous amount of effort goes into creating and maintaining these documentations, usually by people for whom it is only a small part of their job. Another problem is that complexity exists in such documents and may be due to an excess of information or to inappropriate structure. Again, historically there may have been a drive to put every little detail into the procedures, in t
PharmiWeb Field Reporter -Joanna Hills

Biomarin advance novel antihypertensive...Researchers identify novel molecular target for the treatment of sepsis

07 Jul 06

Todays Headlines from across the DailyUpdates network (July 7th, 2006) - In today's edition we highlight Biomarin's development of the novel antihypertensive 6R-BH4 and new research describing a promising molecular target for future sepsis therapeutics.
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Phase 2 testing commences on Abiogen's anxiolytic ABIO 0801...Novel drug delivery technology facilitating the use of therapeutic macromolecules

05 Jul 06

Todays Headlines from across the DailyUpdates network (from DailyUpdates 5th July)- Although press releases are quite thin on the ground today because of the July 4th holiday in the US, Abiogen have released important information regarding the start of phase 2 testing of the company's anxiolytic, ABIO 08/01. In addition we feature a review describing a potentially groundbreaking drug delivery technology. This technology harnesses protein transduction domains (PTDs), endogenous peptide sequences
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Biologics driving growth to 2010

29 Jun 06

The leading pharmaceutical companies have historically focused on developing small molecules to drive their bottom line growth. However, this is set to change, with around 60% of revenue growth for 'Big Pharma' companies forecast to come from biologic products. In fact by 2010, annual sales of biologics will have increased by $26 billion, compared to a $13 billion increase for small molecules.
Datamonitor

New clinical data on Vasogen's heart failure candidate...Johnson and Johnson publish on potential asthma candidate

27 Jun 06

Todays Headlines from across the DailyUpdates network - Today we feature news from Vasogen on their candidate treatment of chronic heart failure plus new data from Johnson & Johnson on a new integrin antagonist that may underly a future treatment of asthma
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Depression sufferers still reluctant to see physician

27 Jun 06

While the number of individuals with major depressive disorder (MDD) is set to grow only minimally in next two decades, the condition still represents a key health risk, for both society and the individual. For example, MDD is a leading cause of disability and under-diagnosis remains a problem. Furthermore, the leading classes of MDD drugs have been linked to increased suicidality.
Datamonitor

ArQule moves forward with their cell cycle modulator...Wyeth develops selective GABA(A) alpha2/alpha3 subtype agonists as candidate anxiolytics

21 Jun 06

Todays Headlines from across the DailyUpdates network (20th June, 2006): We highlight research from Merck who are developing a novel approach to anxiety and news from ArQule on their oncology candidate
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Micromet develops new lymphoma therapeutic...KD-247, a promising HIV-neutralizing antibody

20 Jun 06

Todays Headlines from across the DailyUpdates network (19th June - 2006): Today we feature over 60 breaking journal articles including our featured study discussing the development of a new antibody being developed for HIV-1. In addition we highlight news from Micromet on their antibody therapy for the treatment of NHL
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Cell Therapeutics' Xyotax holds much promise for few patients

19 Jun 06

Cell Therapeutics has announced positive phase III data for Xyotax in non-small cell lung cancer, with the drug significantly increasing survival in pre-menopausal female patients with high estrogen levels. However, with such a limited patient population, Xyotax will struggle to compete with Sanofi-Aventis' Taxotere, Eli Lilly's Gemzar and genericized paclitaxel in cost-constrained markets.
Datamonitor

CD40:CD40L as a target for Alzheimers...A new candidate oncology therapeutic to enter the clinic

19 Jun 06

In today's edition of DailyUpdates we report on CD40:CD40L. Traditionally a target for autoimmune/transplant therapeutics, we highlight a study supporting the development of blockers of CD40:CD40L as candidate treatments of Alzheimer's disease. We also highlight a new oncology candidate in development by Lorus
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