Pharma Business Line

Why you should continue to own Cipla shares

[ad_1] The share of pharmaceutical major Cipla has gained 28% from the current year low in mid-March 2021. The USFDA approval for the company’s generic Sumatriptan nasal spray in early March appears to have boosted the market. movement of actions. Positive developments around the company’s collaboration with foreign pharmaceutical companies …

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Think deeply about the things many ignore

[ad_1] If one were to come up with a list of exciting dinner topics, it’s reasonable to think veganism might take a look while climate change might get the nod for the second act. However, a topic that has an intrinsic connection to both of the above – agricultural chemicals …

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Two-thirds of Congress cashed drug campaign check in 2020

[ad_1] STAT’s tool allows users to view PAC spending for individual pharmaceutical companies, geographically mapped by each company’s US headquarters, as shown on its website. WASHINGTON – Seventy-two senators and 302 members of the House of Representatives cashed a check from the pharmaceutical industry ahead of the 2020 election – …

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ASCO: AstraZeneca details Calquence’s heart safety advantage over Imbruvica as the two prepare for BeiGene rival Brukinsa

[ad_1] Without any benefit in terms of effectiveness, AstraZeneca aims to deflect doctors from Imbruvica, the market leader of AbbVie and Johnson & Johnson, by touting a better safety profile for its rival, the BTK inhibitor, Calquence. In a controlled clinical trial for previously treated chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL), a …

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Nandakishore Harikumar, CEO and Founder, Technisanct, Health News, ET HealthWorld

[ad_1] Shahid Akhter, Editor-in-Chief, ETHealthworld, spoke with Nandakishore Harikumar – CEO and founder of Technisanct, to learn about the vulnerability of the healthcare sector to cyber-attackers. Trends in cyberattacks in the healthcare sector?Ransomware, DDoS attacks were the popular types of attacks that impacted the healthcare industry. Since the start of …

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Sensex is trading higher; Clever Tops 15 650

[ad_1] The benchmark Sensex stock index jumped more than 350 points early in Thursday, following the gains of index heavyweights Reliance Industries, HDFC and Infosys amid a largely positive trend in global markets. At 10:30 a.m., the 30-stock BSE index was trading 270.7 points or 0.52% higher to 52,120.18, and …

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Value e-commerce, the most promising growth segment of the online market: Kunal Bahl, CEO of Snapdeal

[ad_1] India’s $ 210 billion (non-food, non-pharmaceutical) retail market, which is growing 9-11%, represents a vastly untapped online opportunity. Currently, only 3 percent of valuable merchandise is sold online, enabling rapid growth in value e-commerce. Kunal Bahl, co-founder and CEO of Snapdeal, tells Activity area how the market, with its …

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What Vietnam Needs to Produce Licensed Covid Vaccines

[ad_1] Professor Thomas Preiss of the John Curtin School of Medical Research, Australian National University, said mRNA vaccine production is a new technology and involves several distinct steps. Preiss said mRNA is the basis of some Covid vaccines like those made by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna, while AstraZeneca uses viral vector …

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5 ways the pharmaceutical industry is changing

[ad_1] Traditionally, the pharmaceutical industry has been slow to adopt new technologies and new ideas. There are several factors behind this: cumbersome regulations, intellectual property issues, complexity of manufacturing, high profit margins, and general risk aversion across the industry. A single decision to adopt a new technology or leadership paradigm …

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Monoclonal antibodies: a promising pharmaceutical product

[ad_1] India, the “vaccine capital of the world” (despite the current shortage of Covid-19 vaccines), may become a world leader in another product: monoclonal antibodies. The pandemic has propelled India onto the launch pad for a leadership position in products such as ventilators and oxygen concentrators. Monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) join …

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Hospitals and smaller clinics face vaccine inequity

[ad_1] Vaccination at several small private hospitals and health care clinics in Chennai has been halted due to vaccine shortages and lack of clarity on its procurement from manufacturers. Several small and medium-sized private hospitals and clinics said they had either stopped vaccinations or had suspended them. “The previous system …

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Duopharma to sign agreement for Sputnik V

[ad_1] The group worked closely with the RDIF and the Gamaleya Institute in response to the NPRA’s review for the conditional approval application. by LYDIA NATHAN / photo by TMR FILE DUOPHARMA Biotech Bhd has entered into supply agreements for Russian vaccine Sputnik V for Malaysian use and plans to …

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Biden’s vaccine change has risky side effects

[ad_1] Joe Biden’s vaccine revolution risks creating lingering ailments. The US president’s decision to support the removal of intellectual property protections on Covid-19 jabs is a logical move, but practical difficulties mean that he may not do much to help countries ravaged by the pandemic. The danger is that Big …

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Letters to the Editor of May 10, 2021

[ad_1] The world now has vaccines in its arsenal to keep the Covid-19 pandemic under control, but the grim reality facing it is vaccine inequity. While the rich and developed world has accumulated vaccines, the poor countries have for the most part been left to fend for themselves. Their persistent …

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Online pharmacy is what the doctor ordered

[ad_1] The deadly second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic has not only shattered India’s health care system, but there is also widespread black-market marketing of drugs and equipment in demand. It is hoped that the ongoing pharmaceutical market research conducted by the Competition Commission of India (ITC) will lead to …

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US Covid aid for India reaches half a billion dollars

[ad_1] Less than a fortnight after President Joe Biden, in his conversation with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, pledged his country’s steadfast support for the Indian people, America responded with unprecedented financial assistance worth close to half a billion dollars. Biden spoke at length with Modi last month and expressed solidarity …

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Nifty can kiss 15,000 again

[ad_1] Indian markets are expected to open higher on Monday, thanks to positive global indices. The SGX Nifty, which currently settles at 15,006 (8 a.m. IST) on the Singapore Stock Exchange, indicates at least 130 spread opening points for Nifty futures, which closed Friday at 14,869.55. After a strong close …

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AZ’s Imfinzi targets the NSCLC first-line treatment market

[ad_1] AstraZeneca’s Imfinzi, PD-L1 inhibitory immunotherapy, prolonged the overall survival of patients with non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) when used with tremelimumab, an anti-CTLA4 antibody, and standard chemotherapy as the first-line treatment. However, questions remain as to whether the three-combination therapy will compete well in the first-line NSCLC treatment market …

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