Regulatory Recon: FDA Approves New Renal Cell Carcinoma Drug; Reduced ANVISA Fees for Some Due to Lawsuit (26 April 2016)

Posted 26 April 2016 By Zachary Brennan

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 In Focus: US

In Focus: International

  • A Dose of the TPP's Medicine (Foreign Affairs)
  • Chinese labs modify deadly fentanyl to circumvent ban on sales in US (STAT)
  • Gilead bags EU approval for next-generation HIV drug (PMLive) (Pharmafile)
  • It’s Past Time for a More Holistic Response to Malaria (PLOS)
  • Lawsuit in Brazil allows some manufacturers to pay reduced ANVISA fees sooner (Mass Device)
  • EU Symbols Standard For Devices Moves Closer To Being Harmonized (SCRIP-$)
  • Brexit: MHRA Grilling Gives A Regulator's View Of The Stakes (SCRIP-$)
  • Notice: Medical Device Single Audit Program (MDSAP) Transition Plan – Frequently Asked Questions (Health Canada)
  • Yellow fever vaccination essential for Angola, WHO reminds travelers (WHO) (Reuters)

US: Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology

  • Vaccines are among big pharma’s best-selling products (Financial Times-$)
  • GSK doubles down on Zymeworks’ platform technologies with $908M deal (FierceBiotech)
  • AstraZeneca sells U.S. gout drug rights to Ironwood for up to $265 million (Reuters) (GEN)
  • Bayer Profit Beats Estimates as Newest Drugs Buoy Demand (Bloomberg News)
  • Breaking barriers: Can continuous manufacturing prevail despite hurdles (In-Pharma Technologist)
  • Lessons from the biotech trenches (STAT)
  • Healthcare coalition targets PhRMA with drug-pricing plan (The Hill)
  • AZ’s Bevaspi Aerosphere approved in US (Pharmaphorum) (Pharma Times)

US: Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology: Clinical Study Results, Filings and Designations

US: Medical Devices

  • Questions surface about Palmaz Scientific’s fundraising (Mass Device)
  • Fecal Transplant Stool Banks Face Potential Regulatory Changes; May Affect Physicians, Patients (GenomeWeb-$)
  • Ortho after the Carlyle takeover: A Q&A with CEO Martin Madaus (FierceMedicalDevices)
  • Federal judge tosses out 150 vaginal mesh cases against Bard (FierceMedicalDevices)
  • Philips receives FDA 510(k) clearance of CT imaging solutions for lung cancer screening (PR)
  • AtriCure Receives FDA Clearance for New AtriClip Device (PR)

US: Assorted and Government

  • CMS final rule modernizing the Medicaid managed care regulations to reflect changes in the usage of managed care delivery systems (CMS) (Politico Pulse)
  • Daily Water Intake Among U.S. Men and Women, 2009–2012 (CDC)

Upcoming Meetings and Events              

Europe

  • Advertising investigations: March 2016 (MHRA)
  • Merck opens 55m Euro Irish plants supporting downstream consumables (BioPharma-Reporter)

India

  • Gujarat FDCA to work closely with USP to strengthen regulatory apparatus (PharmaBiz)
  • HC nod to desi cos' version of cancer drug, but with curbs (Times of India)

Zika

  • Senators Seek to Settle Zika Bill's Cost (Roll Call)
  • U.S. fight against Zika mosquito depends on local effort (USA Today)
  • Canada confirms its first sexually transmitted Zika case (Fox News)

General Health and Other Interesting Articles

  • The chemistry book: from gunpowder to graphene – 250 milestones in the history of chemistry (ChemistryWorld)
  • The building blocks of life weren’t that hard to put together (Washington Post)

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