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China uncovers 500,000 food safety violations in nine months

China – rocked in recent years by a series of food safety scandals – uncovered as many as half a million illegal food safety violations in the first three quarters of 2016, an official said.

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Slayback Pharma announces the final approval and launch of Generic Zovirax (Acyclovir) Ointment 5%

Slayback Pharma announced the launch of Generic Zovirax Ointment (Acyclovir Ointment) 5% by its out-licensee, Sandoz (Fougera). Slayback developed the product and out-licensed the sales and marketing rights to Sandoz.

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FDA approves first drug for SMA

The U.S. FDA approved Spinraza as the first drug to treat children and adults with spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), a rare and often fatal genetic disease.

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Migraine drugs may repeat RA success

Four pharma heavyweights – including Amgen Inc. – and smaller drug developer Alder Biopharmaceuticals Inc. are racing to bring their migraine biologics to market.

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Listerine may hold promise in fight against gonorrhea

Antiseptic mouthwashes may someday be a tool in the fight against the sexually transmitted infection known as gonorrhea, but more research is needed, according to a new study from Australia.

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Cardinal Health Reaches Civil Settlement With DOJ

Cardinal Health reached a settlement resolving the outstanding civil penalty portion of the company’s 2012 administrative settlement with the U.S. DEA.

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Over the counter painkillers linked to hearing loss

Regular use of pain relievers over many years may increase the risk of hearing loss, a recent study suggests.

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natrel launches new branding initiative based on award-winning Bilateral Branding process

natrel introduced the rebranding of this pharmaceutical advertising agency with the launch of a completely new website – – and redesigned social media pages.

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Angola declares end to world’s worst yellow fever epidemic in decades

Angola declared the end of the world’s worst yellow fever epidemic in a generation after a U.N.-backed vaccination campaign of 25 million people that resulted in no new cases in six months.

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China to relax foreign investment rules for aged care: State Council

China is set to relax regulations for foreign elderly care firms in an effort to attract investment, the State Council said in a statement.

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