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Recon: Trump Tariffs Target China-Made Drug Ingredients

Posted 04 April 2018 | By Ana Mulero 

Recon: Trump Tariffs Target China-Made Drug Ingredients

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In Focus: US In Focus: International 
  • Sofinnova raises €275M crossover fund to back late-stage firms (Fierce) (Endpoints)
  • Kymera pens new pact with GSK as protein degradation R&D continues to ramp up (Fierce) (The Pharma Letter)
  • Exclusive - Hospital contract disarray highlights challenges to Saudi healthcare reform (Reuters)
  • To be a global player, China plays by global standards (The Pharma Letter-$)
  • US may revoke special tariff if India continues pricing control on medical devices (Economic Times)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
  • Benefit of GenSight's gene therapy not so clear (BioPharma Dive) (Endpoints)
  • Déjà vu? PhRMA rolls drug cost ads, insurers push back—this time on costly coupon rules (Fierce)
  • How long are delays in cancer drug approvals outside the U.S.? (Drug Channels)
  • Amgen darkens the mood in new Repatha TV ads, warning of heart and stroke risks (Fierce)
  • Celgene, AbbVie extracted higher prices in Q4 as other pharmas netted less: report (Fierce)
  • Agilent pays $105 million to acquire DNA firm Lasergen (The Pharma Letter-$) (Press)
  • Volatility returns for big biopharma (EP Vantage
Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology: Study Results, Filings and Designations
  • Genomic analysis uncovers prevalence of RNA splicing mutations in 33 tumor types (Fierce)
  • NIH launches HEAL Initiative, doubles funding to accelerate scientific solutions to stem national opioid epidemic (NIH)
  • How CRISPR works, explained in two minutes (STAT)
  • Boehringer Ingelheim and OSE Immunotherapeutics Announce Global Immuno-Oncology Partnership to Develop a Pioneering Checkpoint Inhibitor for the Treatment of Advanced Solid Tumors (Press)
  • Cancer researchers push to relax rules for clinical trials (Nature)
  • Allergan notches third trial success for depression drug (BioPharma Dive)
Medical Devices
  • CVS Health eyes kidney patients for next expansion into care (ABC News)
  • MIT Ends Contract With Nectome, the 100% Fatal Brain Freeze Startup (Fortune)
  • Genomics Is on the Rise (MedPage Today)
  • Siemens wins FDA nod for Somatom Edge plus CT scanner (MassDevice)
  • Curetis wins FDA nod for respiratory infection diagnostic system (Drug Delivery Business News)
  • Boomers line up for joint replacements, and their expectations are high (STAT-$)
  • Nvidia's Project Clara Medical Imaging Supercomputer Will Speed Up Detection Of Deadly Diseases (Forbes)
US: Assorted & Government
  • Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards: Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump offered a 'bribe' to stop abortions (CNBC)
  • Amazon could do a lot to fix the U.S. health-care system — but Walmart could do more (CNBC)
  • Taxpayers bore the brunt of Trump’s ACA changes (Axios)
  • The politics of ACA rate hikes will be 2016 in reverse (Axios)
  • How Studying Sewage May Help Slow the Opioid Epidemic (Fortune)
  • U.S. Obamacare 2018 exchange enrollment drops 3 percent: CMS (Reuters)
  • Lab animal regulations can be simplified without weakening welfare standards (STAT)
  • Why Private Equity Loves Retail Healthcare (Forbes)
Upcoming Meetings & Events Europe
  • BiondVax preps for phase 3 universal flu vaccine trial in Europe (Fierce)
  • MA granted for drug tested in just 34 patients (The Pharma Letter-$)
  • Russia to start exports of innovative polio vaccine (The Pharma Letter-$)
  • Collaboration formed for development of novel IgE antibodies (EPM Magazine)
  • Field Safety Notice - 26 to 30 March 2018 (MHRA)
  • Abiomed wins CE Mark for Impella 5.5 (MassDevice) (Press)
  • EPO fee reduction takes effect as of 1 April 2018 (EPO)
Asia
  • Prioritise universal health coverage, healthier populations create more productive economies: WHO (Business Standard)
  • Curetis’ Unyvero BCU Blood Culture Application Receives Approval from Singapore Health Sciences Authority (Press)
  • SARS-like outbreak among pigs rekindles concerns virus could again strike humans (STAT-$)
  • South Korea has a sting in the tail for drinkers who mix wasps and soju (Channel NewsAsia)
India
  • Glenmark gets license to market Akynzeo in India (The Pharma Letter-$)
  • India waking up to a malnutrition crisis and its dire consequences (Qrius)
  • CDSCO move to choose notified bodies for medical devices hits wall as low fee structure drives away firms (pharmabiz)
Australia Canada
  • B.C. targets private health care with new penalties for extra billing (The Globe and Mail)
  • Glycovax Pharma Files a Patent Application for a New Semi-Synthetic Vaccine against Breast Cancers (Press)
  • Drug company knew Oxycontin was addictive and lied about it, says plaintiff in class action suit (CBC News)
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